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Upon successful completion of the Executive Medical Assisting Associate degree program, Lincoln College of New England graduates should be able to:
- Demonstrate desirable ethical attitudes and work habits, verbal and written communication skills, problem solving skills, self-reliance, team cooperation, commitment to life-long learning, and support of diversity
- Perform clinical skills such as phlebotomy, routine laboratory tests, obtain vital signs, conduct EKGs, use sterile technique, change wound dressings and remove sutures, and assist the physician with diagnostic tests and procedures
- Perform administrative skills such as obtaining a medical history, patient record management, scheduling appointments, utilizing the medical computer system for information retrieval, insurance interactions, and electronic billing and posting
- Function as a competent medical assistant, maintaining patient confidentiality, being aware of the importance of cultural diversity, and having the ability to adapt to individual medical facility requirements as needed
- Sit for the National Certification Exam offered by the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) in order to earn the credential of Certified Medical Assistant (CMA)
- Secure an entry-level position in various health care settings utilizing both the administrative and clinical skills learned in class on the internship rotation
Lincoln College of New England is no longer accepting applications for the Executive Medical Assistant program.