Norton Healthcare’s training program for medical assistants prepares individuals with little to no medical background to deliver safe, patient-centered care in ambulatory care settings. This is a paid training program that is 40 hours per week and will last approximately six weeks. Successful completion of the program will result in full-time employment as a medical assistant at Norton Healthcare.
The program will provide education on topics including:
- Anatomy and physiology
- Medical terminology
- Medication math
- Clinical skills
- Administrative skills
Learn more about the medical assistant training program by downloading this FAQ.
New cohort opportunities are being added. Please continue to check back for new opportunities to apply for the program.
If you have experience as a medical assistant or have completed formal medical assistant education, apply for any of our medical assistant openings at Norton Healthcare.
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A Typical Day for a Medical Assistant at Norton Healthcare
Medical assistants perform administrative and clinical duties under the direct supervision of a medical provider (physician, physician assistant or nurse practitioner) in the medical office setting.
Examples of administrative duties:
- Greeting patients
- Scheduling appointments
- Answering phones
- Clerical/computer work
- Prior authorizations
- Disability/Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) paperwork
- Billing and coding
Examples of clinical duties:
- Taking patients to rooms
- Obtaining vital signs
- Assisting with medical procedures
- Performing phlebotomy
- Obtaining lab specimens
- Calculating and administering medications/vaccinations
- Maintaining patients’ electronic medical records (EMR)
- Adhering to safety and infection guidelines