Medical/Clinical Laboratory Assistant
Are you looking for a career with real growth potential? At Ultimate Medical Academy, you can train to be a Medical/Clinical Laboratory Assistant (MCLA) in under a year. Our hands-on, Clinical Lab Assistant training program is designed to turn you into a job-ready professional with the skills employers are looking for. MCLA is part of the fast-growing Medical Assistant profession, which is expected to add over 150,000 new jobs in the next ten years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Medical/Clinical Laboratory Assistants are a key part of the healthcare team
Medical/Clinical Laboratory Assistants work closely with nurses and physicians to perform tests that help them diagnose and treat patients. They help provide the information that doctors use to keep their patients healthy. Their responsibilities include:
- Performing a variety of laboratory tests
- Collecting samples from patients
- Measuring and dispensing drugs
- Assisting with patient recordkeeping and office management
Train for a new career as a Medical/Clinical Lab Assistant in under a year
At Ultimate Medical Academy, Medical/Clinical Lab Assistant training is a stimulating mix of classroom and laboratory training followed by a hands-on externship in a healthcare facility. You’ll learn a variety of clinical skills, laboratory procedures, pharmacology, medical office management and more before being placed into a real-world medical facility to put your training into action with actual patients.
Upon graduation, you’ll receive a diploma and be qualified to seek employment in a range of healthcare facilities. In the period leading up to graduation, UMA’s Career Services department will work with you to find potential job opportunities that fit your skills and goals, either at your externship location or with one of our many partners in the healthcare field.
Looking for more information about UMA's Florida Clinical Medical Assistant training? Contact UMA today!
MCLA is part of the fast-growing Medical Assistant profession, which is expected to add over 150,000 new jobs in the next ten years.
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