Posted:

August 3, 2020

Century College Medical Assistant Diploma Program was recently awarded Editor’s Pick among the Best Online (Hybrid) Options for 2020-21.

From front-office admissions and patient prep, to providing home care instructions and scheduling follow-up visits, medical assistants are often the first and last people patients see when going to the doctor. It’s no surprise that healthcare providers have come to rely on their MAs to keep the business running and the patients happy.

In a role this demanding, there’s nothing like an accredited formal training program to prepare for the job. We wanted to make it a little easier for future MAs to find the best programs available, so we did a deep dive to review every entry-level CAAHEP- and ABHES-accredited medical assistant program in the U.S. In the end, we identified a short list of outstanding programs we could feel good about recommending to our readers.

When we came to the Century College Medical Assistant Diploma, it was clear we had a winner.

Offering flexible start dates and scheduling options, and backed by a track record for exceptional graduate outcomes, the Century College Medical Assistant Diploma easily earns its place on our list of Top Picks for the Best Online Medical Assistant Programs for 2020-21!

"This was an unexpected recognition, but we feel that it reinforces the quality of our faculty, students and facilities," states Michelle Blesi, Medical Assistant Program Director. "Students that enroll in the Medical Assistant program at Century College are going to receive a high-quality, affordable education that will prepare them for a rewarding, high-demand career."

The Medical Assistant program at Century College is designed for career opportunities as a professional, multi-skilled person dedicated to assisting in patient care management. The medical assistant performs clinical, laboratory, and administrative skills in clinics, doctor offices, and other health care agencies.

The Medical Assistant program offers daytime and online classes during the fall and daytime, evening, and online classes during the Spring. The program is accredited and only requires 51 credit hours total along with an unpaid 300-hour externship under the supervision of a physician. Graduates are eligible to take the Certification Exam of the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA).

Learn more about the Medical Assistant program.