Medical Assistant Training in New Jersey

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Our Medical Assistant training program is designed to prepare you for entry-level employment.

  • We provide students with the necessary hands-on experience, knowledge and skills required by health care employers.
  • You receive 200 hours of practical experience in a real medical setting.
  • HTI’s medical assistant training curriculum will help prepare you for your Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) exam as well
  • Get your Medical Assistant certification in NJ.
  • Upon completion of your externship, our career placement services will assist you in obtaining a job in a clinical setting.

Medical Assistant Training Program

Medical assistants play a crucial role in assisting doctors treat patients in the healthcare and medical fields. New Jersey residents can attend the Healthcare Training Institute, a medical assistant school in NJ. Our institute has developed comprehensive medical assistant training programs taught by instructors with years of experience in their fields. We have equipped them with current technology to provide lab and classroom instruction for every one of our students. That is because today’s medical assistants must be able and ready to integrate as productive members of a healthcare staff from day one.

The Medical Assistant Program is designed to prepare the Medical
Assistant (a vital member of the healthcare team) who is expected to perform clinical and administrative duties in a medical office.

While this requires intensive instruction, it is imperative for a medical assistant training program like ours to provide flexible scheduling that allows students to create a fulfilling school/life balance. That’s why when it comes to choosing among medical assistant programs in NJ, career-path oriented students choose to enroll at the Healthcare Training Institute.

The Medical Assistant Training Program is designed to generate the medical assistant, a vital member of the healthcare team who is expected to perform clinical and administrative duties in a medical office. At Healthcare Training Institute, the objective of the program is to prepare the graduate to apply for entry-level medical assistant positions such as medical assistant technician, medical office clerk, medical receptionist, front desk administrative assistant, and medical laboratory technician.

  • The medical assistant is trained to carry out clinical procedures, conduct routine office lab procedures, assist in minor surgery procedures, and perform routine office diagnostic procedures.
  • Other duties include assisting with medical billing procedures, EKG’s, preparing the patient for physical exams, and taking vital signs.
  • The medical assistant can demonstrate knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, medical billing, EKG, phlebotomy, and pharmaceutical procedures.
  • In addition, they handle administrative office procedures including computer operation, filing, billing, writing reports, preparing protocol, scheduling, and insurance claims.

Employment Opportunities for Medical Assistants

Many medical assistants work in physicians’ offices and other healthcare facilities. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that medical assistant employment growth will increase 29% between 2012 and 2022, much faster than the industry average.

Medical Assistant Technician Program Outline

Section -I Medical Terminology 45
Section -II Anatomy & Physiology 120
Section -III The Healthcare Team 60
Section -IV Administrative Procedure 60
Section -V Electronic Health Record 60
Section -VI Phlebotomy 60
Section -VII EKG 60
Section -VIII Medical Insurance Principle 90
Section -IX Pharmacy 55
Section -X Clinical Procedure 90
Section -XI Externship 180

Call (908) 851-7711 to learn more about HTI and how to enroll in one of the best medical assistant schools in New Jersey. Or fill out our Request Information form and we’ll get in touch with you shortly.

A certificate is awarded to students upon successful completion of all medical assistant graduation requirements listed in the student catalog. Note: Student does not meet graduation requirement if he/she receives an unsatisfactory grade on skills evaluation upon completion of the externship clinical rotation from the externship site.


Monday – Thursday:
AM Classes: 8:15 – 2:45 PM
PM Classes: 6:00 – 9:30 PM
Choose either our AM or PM schedule.

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Program Length:
AM Classes – 9 months
PM Classes – 13 months

Telephone: 908-838-9899

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