Certified Medical Assistant Clinical Skills Review Program

Certified Medical Assistant Clinical Skills Review Program

Methodist College is now offering a clinical skills review program for current Medical Office Assistants or Medical Office Clerks with more than three years of medical assisting experience. Following this virtual, 12-week course, participants will be prepared to take the RMA exam and become nationally certified in Medical Assisting. (During this program, one in-person clinical day will be required on a Saturday.)

This course is a review of the clinical and administrative knowledge and skills that prepare individuals to sit for credentialing exams. The clinical skills review course is designed for students who have worked in the field of medical assisting for a minimum of three years full time in both the clinical and administrative areas.

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Requirements to Enroll in the Clinical Skills Review Program

To participate in the clinical skills review program, students must:

  • Hold a valid CPR card and provide a copy to the college. 
  • Have 3 years of work experience in medical assisting.
  • Provide a letter of confirmation from your employer confirming length of employment prior to the start of the course.

Become a Nationally Certified Medical Assistant

Following the 12-week course, students will be prepared to take the RMA exam offered at the end of the program. (The RMA test must be taken at a Pearson VUE testing center.) If the exam is passed, the student is considered nationally certified! If the RMA exam is failed, the student should take the full Medical Assisting Program at Methodist College. The 12-week, clinical skills review program can only be taken once.

Cost of the Clinical Skills Review Program

The cost for each student to participate in our 12-week skills review program, and to take the RMA exam is $575. Methodist College works with employers who offer tuition reimbursement.

Get Started, Enroll Today

Get started by applying to Methodist College today, or learn more about admissions and next steps here.

For more information, contact:

Dr. Amber Schappaugh, Medical Assistant Program Director - aschappaugh@methodistcol.edu

Methodist College Admissions Department - admissions@methodistcol.edu

Financial Aid Department -financialaid@methodistcol.edu

The Medical Assistant Program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (www.caahep.org) upon the recommendation of Medical Assisting Education Review Board (MAERB).