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Students can call 561-868-3980 or visit the PBSC Counseling Center website.

Faculty and staff should call the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) hotline at 800-272-7252

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Medical Assistant Program

Information Sessions

Attendance at one session to satisfy program registration requirements

Summer 2018

Application Deadline:  April 6, 2018

Program Start Date:   May 14, 2018

Topics will include:

  • Program details & requirements
  • Limited Access Program Application
  • Tuition and other related costs

Sessions start promptly and have a 90 minutes duration.

Please sign in 10 minutes before start time.

Medical Assisting students

 

Info Session Schedule
  Wednesday Feb 7, 2018 4:30pm Room: ETA 257
  Wednesday Feb 28, 2018 4:30pm Room: ETA 257
  Wednesday Mar 14, 2018 4:30pm Room: ETA 257
  

Contact Information:

Barbara Kalfin

Medical Assisting Program Director

Ph: 561-868-3562

Email: kalfinb@palmbeachstate.edu

Location:

Education & Training Center (ETA) Building

Lake Worth Campus

4200 Congress Avenue, Lake Worth Fl 33461

Financial Aid:

Apply now

Financial Aid assistance: 561-868-3330


Attend an Information Session to learn about one of the nation's fastest growing careers and...

  • Meet our medical faculty
  • Discover our low tuition & financial aid opportunities
  • Tour unique medical office learning environment
  • Receive info on courses and requirements
  • Ask questions--and get answers!


Top 10 reasons why Palm Beach State's Medical Assisting program is your best training option:

  1. Nationally accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), preferred by doctors' offices.
  2. You'll be eligible to take the American Association of Medical Assistants' Certified Medical Assistant exam for your CMA (AAMA) credential--required for the best jobs.
  3. Very Affordable Tuition. Because we're a state college, tuition is a fraction of what private schools cost.
  4. You'll receive expert instruction by physicians and industry-credentialed professionals.
  5. All students do externships with local Internal Medicine practices and health care facilities.
  6. Lab classes are held in a simulated medical office, featuring current technology and equipment.
  7. Small class sizes. You'll get individual attention every day.
  8. Credits from this certificate program may transfer to an A.S. degree in Health Information Management.
  9. You'll be prepared for both the administrative and clinical responsibilities performed by a medical assistant.
  10. Job search support. Graduates of our program are sought after by local health care practitioners and facilities!

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