Medical Assistant Training in Indiana
Lincoln Tech’s new Medical Assistant school in Indiana can prepare graduates to sit for the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) exam. The eligibility is earned when a Lincoln Tech Medical Assisting student satisfactorily completes their program coursework. After passing this exam, graduates are eligible to pursue entry-level positions as Registered Medical Assistants, as well as Office Medical Assistants, EKG Technicians, or Unit/Ward Clerks in hospitals. Changes in managed healthcare and the expansion of private group practices require well-trained Medical Assistants that possess clinical, administrative, and laboratory skills. These in-demand skills can be earned at Lincoln Tech.
While our Indiana campus has offered automotive and skilled trades career-focused education programs for more than 60 years, we added Medical Assistant training to help meet the growing demand for these skills.
At Lincoln Tech’s Medical Assistant school, the training program culminates with a 160-hour clinical externship. This is designed to give students valuable real-world experience before they graduate.
Highlights of the Medical Assistant Training Program
- Classes in Anatomy and Physiology.
- In-depth instruction on the administration and management of digital health records.
- Instruction in Phlebotomy, Pharmacology and use of an array of medical equipment.
- Preparation for licensing exams.
Learn more about how Lincoln Tech’s Medical Assistant training in Indianapolis can help you begin a career that’s patient-focused, flexible, and rewarding. Call to schedule a tour or request more information today.
** Career growth projections can be found at onetonline.org for the years 2018-2028. Ranks reflect comparisons among 48 continental U.S. states. Salary information is based on median salary information collected for the year 2019. Data is current as of January 2021.
The following career training program is offered at Lincoln Tech's Indianapolis, IN campus: