Medical Assisting with Phlebotomy Certificate

Medical Assisting with Phlebotomy Certificate - Certification Program

Get Equipped for the Medical Field as a Medical Assistant with a Phlebotomy Certification

The Medical Assisting Certification with Phlebotomy Program gives students practical job training in our hybrid training course, preparing them for a career in the medical field in about 48 weeks.

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Program Format

Hybrid. The majority of the coursework can be completed online, with minimal in-person classroom days at our Sacramento campus. Learn more.

Medical Assisting with Phlebotomy Certification Program at Campus, formerly MTI College, in Sacramento, California

With a variety of work in a variety of work environments, Medical Assistants have many career options. Add Phlebotomy training to the mix, and you open even more doors. Our hands-on job training is fast-paced by design because your time is valuable. Campus, formerly MTI College, gives you the real-world experience you need to enter the medical field as a certified Medical Assistant and certified Phlebotomist. Review our course and industry information to see if our Sacramento Medical Assistant school is right for you. Fill out an information or tour request form to get started today.

What do Campus Medical Assisting with Phlebotomy classes cover?

Medical Assisting with Phlebotomy courses cover the practical skills and knowledge you need to pass the licensing exam and successfully work in the industry. Read more for an overview of each topic.

  • Comprehensive training in clinical and laboratory procedures
  • 200 hour medical externship at a Sacramento doctor's office or clinic
  • Anatomy and physiology
  • Medical terminology, medical records, and medical coding
  • Administrative office duties and computer skills
  • 40-80 hour phlebotomy externship at a Sacramento laboratory or hospital
  • General phlebotomy techniques & specimen preparation
  • Infection control and safety
  • Medical Ethics, legal Issues & communication
  • Pharmacology, problem solving, and much more

For more information about certified medical assistant school at Campus, formerly MTI College, fill out the easy Request Information form today!

Next Start Dates:

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Demand for Medical Assistants

The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects Medical Assistant employment will grow around 18% between 2020 and 2030.

Note: The data provided above are from a source unaffiliated with Campus, are for informational purposes only and represent the employment field as a whole. They are not solely specific to Campus graduates and, by providing the above information, Campus makes no representation, direct or implied, or opinion regarding employability.

What drives the demand for certified Medical Assistants with Phlebotomy training?

Two major factors contributing to this growth are:

  • Physicians need assistants to help manage the increasing number of primary care patients.
  • The increased number of healthcare facilities means an increased need for support staff.

The need for skilled healthcare professionals with a medical assistant certification is good news for future medical assistants looking to join a growing industry.

If you think it is time to start a rewarding new career in the medical field, call today to learn about our exciting Medical Assistant and Phlebotomy courses!

Medical Assistant Training Sacramento

Campus Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy Program and Campus Info

Campus Address5221 Madison Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95841
Course Length48 weeks
Program TypeHybrid; Mostly online, some on-campus
Financial AidFinancial aid is available for students who qualify.
AccreditationMTI College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC).
Medical Assistant CertificationNationally Certified Medical Assistant (NCMA)
Phlebotomy CertificationNational Certified Phlebotomy Technician (NCPT)
Phlebotomy License EligibilityCPT I (California)

Medical Assisting with Phlebotomy Job Description

What does a Medical Assistant do in Sacramento, California?

Medical Assistants are respected healthcare team members. They support physicians, clinics, hospitals, and laboratories with all day-to-day tasks. Often the first medical professional a patient meets, Medical Assistants play an important role in creating a great healthcare experience.

What does a Phlebotomist do in Sacramento, California?

Licensed Phlebotomists draw blood and collect patient samples. They prepare and package samples for analysis, ensuring they follow safety procedures that reduce the chance of spreading infection. Phlebotomy is a specialized medical role and the need for Certified Phlebotomists is expected to grow 22% between 2020 and 2030.

Where can I work as a certified Medical Assistant or licensed Phlebotomist in Sacramento, California?

Most medical professionals and medical facilities depend on Medical Assistants and Phlebotomists. The range of options continue to grow as the need for specialized healthcare centers increases.

  • Doctor's offices and clinics
  • Emergency care centers
  • Laboratories and blood donation centers
  • Nursing homes

What are the important qualities of a Medical Assistant with a Phlebotomy license?

  • Passion for helping others
  • Attention to detail and ability to stay organized
  • Uncompromising concern for safety
  • Ability to use computers, phones, and other office equipment
  • Enjoying fast-paced work

What are common tasks for a Medical Assistant with a Phlebotomy license?

  • Operating front desk and greeting patients
  • Reviewing and entering patient data
  • Drawing blood and processing samples for analysis

As you can see, becoming a Medical Assistant can be a great way to enter the medical field. Complete the Request Information form or call our Admissions team to learn more today!

Endorsement and Certifications

National center for competency testingThe California Certifying Board for Medical AssistantsAmerican medical technologists

Why choose the Medical Assisting with Phlebotomy Certification program at Campus?

We are proud members of the

  • American Medical Technologists association
  • National Center for Competency Testing

We prepare Campus graduates for the

  • Nationally Certified Medical Assistant (NCMA) Exam
  • Certified Phlebotomy Technician exam

Learn More

If you have questions, we have answers. Call at (916) 339-1500 or use the Request Information form today.

Complete the online application and an admissions advisor will walk you through the application process.

We look forward to helping you start your healthcare career.

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Program Length

Estimated Length: 48 weeks

*Estimated program length assumes a student does not have prior transferable course credit and successfully completes a full course load each term. Actual program length may be longer or shorter depending on factors including, but not limited to, prior academic credit, class availability, academic performance, and attendance.

Program Courses

MO126 – Medical Terminology with Anatomy and Physiology
MO130 – Medical Office Practice
MO136 – Introduction to Medical Insurance and Coding
MO171 – Clinical Assisting
MO181 – Laboratory Assisting I
MO186 – Laboratory Assisting II
MO550 – Medical Externship
PH100 – Phlebotomy
PH500 – Phlebotomy Externship

Program Costs

Grants and other forms of tuition assistance are available to those who qualify. To find out what you’re eligible for, contact an admissions advisor today!

Tuition and Fees

Admissions Registration Fee: $50
Tuition: $17,000
Books and Supplies: $3,476
Total: $20,526

Additional Expenses (Monthly)

Living with Parent
Housing: $0
Food: $817
Personal/Misc: $451
Transportation: $199

Not Living with Parent
Housing: $1,637
Food: $1,277
Personal/Misc: $552
Transportation: $218

Admissions Process

For admission to Campus, formerly MTI College, applicants must –

  • Interview with an admissions advisor
  • Provide proof of graduation from high school or GED equivalent
  • Complete an application for admission
  • Take a placement assessment

The first part of the application process may be completed online.