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Medical Assisting & Phlebotomy: Medical Assisting Courses

Guide for the Medical Assisting program at Central Penn College

Medical Assisting & Phlebotomy Certificate program requirements

The Associate in Applied Science Medical Assisting program requires 21 credits of general education and elective coursework in addition to core courses, totaling 60 credits.   Below are the core courses for the Medical Assisting program.

The Phlebotomy Technician Postsecondary Certificate is part of the Medical Assisting program.  The required courses for the Phlebotomy Technician Postsecondary Certificate are: ALH108 Medical Terminology & Pharmacology, ALH112 & ALH122 Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology I & II, ALH145 Allied Health Procedures, ALH255 Medical Law & Ethics, & ALH310 Medical Laboratory. ALH 255 is not required for the Medical Assisting program but is for the Phlebotomy Technician Certificate.

ALH108 Medical Terminology & Pharmacology books & ebooks

ALH112 Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology books & ebooks

ALH115 Medical Insurance books & ebooks

ALH122 Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology II books & ebooks

ALH145 Allied Health Procedure books & ebooks

ALH180 Medical Administrative Procedures books & ebooks

ALH208 Clinical Procedures books & ebooks

ALH208 Other resources

ALH210 Clinical Techniques books & ebooks

ALH230 Disease & Diagnostic Methods books & ebooks

ALH255 Medical Law & Ethics books & ebooks (required for Phlebotomy Certificate)

ALH310 Medical Laboratory books & ebooks

ALH350 Medical Seminar books & ebooks

ALH350 Other Resources