Medical Administrative Assisting Technology Program
Create Your New Future
Medical Assisting Technology Program Details
A Medical Administrative Assistant works as a liaison between the physician’s office and the patient, fulfilling a vital role in providing a personal and professional connection with others to ensure the best customer service. As this job doesn’t require a bachelor’s degree, it is appealing to those who do not wish to enroll in a traditional four-year university but would still like to work as part of a healthcare support team. Program applicants can benefit from our relatively quick, and effective training program.
If you are ready to pursue a career in healthcare, South Texas Vocational Technical Institute can help. Our Medical Administrative Assisting Technology program helps provide you with the proper tools and education to secure your healthcare future. Our curriculum emphasizes preparing students for everyday tasks and situations in the front office workplace, such as keeping patient records up to date, processing payments, and coordination of exams. STVT is proud to offer the medical administrative assisting technology program. This program is offered at both our Brownsville and Weslaco campuses to ensure convenience for our students.
Diploma: 41.5 Credit Hours, 7-8 Months. Brownsville and Weslaco, TX.
*STVT cannot guarantee job placement, salary or employment
*STVT does not guarantee third-party certifications. Certification requirements for taking and passing certification examinations are not controlled by STVT but by outside agencies and are subject to change by the agencies without notice to STVT. Therefore, STVT cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to take certification examinations, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.
Along with classroom education, students at STVT will get the opportunity to participate in hands-on training to strengthen their skills.
- Processing insurance and other payments
- Preparing medical records for analysis
- Medical records management
- Operation of complex and HIPAA-compliant software
- Financial records maintenance
- Patient administration and registration
- Appointment scheduling
- Coordination with doctors and nurses for examinations and tests
- Performing patient interviews and verifying case history
Our Medical Administrative Assisting Technology program can be completed in as little as 7 months, depending on your scheduling availability and workload capabilities. We provide flexible options to help our students have the a great chance of succeeding in our front office programs. At South Texas Vo-Tech, we strive to provide our students with a well-rounded education.
We teach you not only the professional tools but also the personality traits that will help you to thrive in this people-focused field. People skills are just as important as technical ones in this career, and we will help you learn to interact confidently with doctors, nurses, members of the medical office staff, and patients.
Enroll at South Texas Vo-Tech Today
At South Texas Vo-Tech, we understand the evolving demands of the healthcare field. We want to ensure the success of our students seeking a career in medical front office. With our hands-on, customized approach, you’ll appeal to potential employers and enter the workforce confidently. A medical administrative assisting technology training program can open numerous doors to a long-term, fulfilling career in the healthcare field.
Ready To Enroll?
Start at STVT to begin the healthcare career training you’ve been dreaming of. Our flexible scheduling and affordable options make it a great place for you to pursue your degree in Medical Administrative Assisting Technology. Talk to an admissions representative today.
What our Graduates are saying
“I wasn’t sure if I can do it, come back to school since I had been out of school for so many years, for over 20 something years. And this is a decision that I made, not just for myself, for my family as well. And so I took that leap. And I did have a lot of support from our instructors, from everyone here. We consider ourselves our family. And I did have that support, not just at home, but here as well. Through that support, I was able to accomplish a lot.”
“I love the one-on-one. Since it’s a small classroom, the teachers are more focused on their students, rather than again, like other colleges you have the hundreds, and they don’t really get that one-on-one action that they really need. I love that they can stay behind. So if you need tutoring, they’ll tutor you. And I love that they push us to try and do our best.”
“STVT is like my second home. It was like my second home, because I would come here every day. I loved it, spending time with my instructor, my friends, learning more and more. If I had any questions, I would stay for tutoring, extra help. It was like my second home.”
“It was a pretty easy enrollment. After I walked around the campus and did the interview, she told me it wouldn’t take long. It would just be two weeks to get started for orientation. And once orientation started, Monday came and I was in class. And it was the first time that I did on campus school. Most of the schools that I’ve applied to or gone to, it has always been online.”