Rhode Island College
600 Mt. Pleasant Avenue - East Campus, Bldg. 8
Providence, Rhode Island 02908
Main Phone: (401) 456-8698
Fax: (401) 456-8582
Recruitment Phone: (401) 456-8902
ESOL Recruitment: (401) 456-4754
Recruitment Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Medical Assistant certificate program prepares students for a career as a medical assistant. Skills sets gained are medical assisting, clinical skills, clerical and administrative procedures including reception and scheduling, medical terminology, electronic charting, clinical testing, basic pharmacology, HIPAA training, and CPR certification.
This program runs for 24 weeks, with students completing up to 30 hours per week, depending on their individualized plan.
Includes internship and job search
Monday-Friday 9AM - 3PM
Classes are given twice annually in September and January.
Fall 2017 classes begin on September 18.
Spring classes begin on January 16, 2018.
Phone: (401) 456-8698
Who is eligible?
- High School Diploma or GED
- Pass a BCI background check
- Students motivated to learn new skills for an entry level position
-Advanced ESL proficiency is a pre-requirement for this course. Outreach provides the necessary comprehensive ESL services and foundational courses in math and English to assure student success. These services are supported by the RI Department of Education, and are provided free of charge to qualified applicants.
Please call to discuss financial options:
This program includes comprehensive training in:
An internship in a healthcare setting is included. Job search, coaching, and support services are provided to employee and employer.
All course textbooks and materials are included with your tuition.
RIC Outreach Programs are available to qualified students in need of training and employment, including clients of the Rhode Island
Department of Labor & Training (DLT), the Department of Human
Services Family Independence Program (DHS), and the Office of
Rehabilitative Services (ORS). Other potential funding sources may apply.
Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act funded training may be provided only to individuals who qualify for the program, and only if funds are available.