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The Medical Assistant AAS degree at Sullivan prepares individuals for work in doctors’ offices, medical centers, clinics and other health care facilities. Students will learn how to perform routine administrative and clinical tasks which allow these facilities to run efficiently. In addition to core liberal arts & sciences courses, students will study medical office administration and procedures as well as acquire the more specialized medical knowledge and skills needed to assist with many facets of patient pre-treatment. Most office administration courses are offered during the first two semesters of study while specialized medical skills courses, including a medical assistant externship, are required in the third and fourth semesters.

Graduates of Medical Assistant – AAS will be prepared to work in doctors’ offices, clinics, and other health care facilities and do the following

[These last topics will be stressed repeatedly in multiple courses throughout the Medical Assistant Program.]