Oxnard Institute of Allied Health

Four week (CCMA) Program

As a medical assistant, you will work directly with doctors and patients. There are two types of medical assistant positions: administrative and clinical. You may do one or the other, or possibly both, depending on the needs of the facility in which you work. Below is a brief listing of job summaries of both positions. Keep in mind, this list is not exhaustive.            

  • Greeting patients
  • Answering phones
  • Accounting and bookkeeping duties, including billing
  • Coding insurance forms
  • Corresponding with insurance companies
  • Updating patient records
  • Scheduling procedures and surgeries
  • Obtaining pre-authorization for procedures
  • Clinical:
  • Taking patient history
  • Recording vital sign information
  • Drawing blood
  • Performing simple tests such as EKGs
  • Running basic laboratory tests
  • Assisting doctors or nurses during exams
  • Removing sutures
  • Dressing wounds
  • Advising patients of how to take medications
Tuition cost: $1000.00 Payment plan available with $500.00 down payment

Why us?

  • Our success promises—This program for certificate courses secures your education
  • Quality education—Our education quality summary shows you how we ensure the quality of your education
  • Career skills you can market
  • Career support to navigate the job-market
  • Student-focused service

We are different than other schools! Oxnard Institute of Allied Health offers valuable career education and typically costs less than community colleges and traditional

universities. We even have option for students to work one on one up with teachers.

Classes are on Saturday's and Sunday's only

Nationally Accredited by NHA