CREATING YOUR OWN REAL-WORLD SUCCESS
40 Weeks to a New Career!
Do you want to see your passion for your work reflected in the health of the patient community you can serve as a medical assistant? If you’re ready to pursue medical assistant training in Salem, the Institute of Technology can prepare you for a career in this exciting health care field in less time than you think.
IOT’s real-world medical assistant coursework can be applied to your first day in your work setting. Curriculum emphasizes the following areas:
- Body structures and functions
- Medical terminology
- Technical medical assisting skills
- Universal precaution techniques
We believe school should work for you, which is why our classes are:
Learn new skills and take control of your career through hands-on vocational training and real-world education that moves you forward.
We offer support with tutoring and instructors with many years of experience in the industry.
Fit school into your life with evening classes, accelerated programs, and hybrid learning that can be completed in as little as 9 months.
IOT FAST FACTS
- Aging baby-boom population will continue to spur demand for preventive medical services
- MA jobs are expected to grow 29% by 2022*
- IOT pays for graduates of the program to take the National Certification Exam
- Externship opportunities
WHERE CAN I WORK?
As a medical assistant you can serve in a wide range of care settings such as:
- Insurance companies
- Nursing homes
HOURS OF INSTRUCTION/PROGRAM LENGTH
This program is 860 hours and 47.5 quarter credit hours. Classes are held Monday through Thursday for 40 weeks. An Independent Study component is included. See your admissions representative for available class times.
This program is 860 hours and 55 quarter credit hours. This is a hybrid program with classes held online Monday through Sunday with one on-campus day required each week. For available class times, please speak with Admissions!
Institute of Technology offers placement support and assistance to all graduates regardless of how long they have been out of school. If you are a recent graduate or graduated years ago, our Career Services Team is here to help you!
WHERE CAN I LEARN?
IOT offers this program at the following locations:
For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the programs,
and other important information, visit https://www.iot.edu/about-us/disclosures/.
What Program Graduates Say
“The Institute of Technologys’ PMA program has greatly assisted me in commencing my medical career. I’d like to not only thank IOT, but additionally express my gratitude towards my PMA instructor Ms. Megan for not only pushing each and every one of her students to become the best, but also providing us with the knowledge, skills, and training. Within my 9 months in the program, I not only acquired clinical and administrative skills, but I was able to gain knowledge on how to portray excellent patient care and rapport. I am now working at an Urgent Care at 3 different clinics in California. Thank you Institute of Technology and Ms. Megan!”
Maddison Moffitt – PMA, Class of 2021
WHY ACCREDITATION IS IMPORTANT
Accreditation is the process of evaluating a school or educational training program to determine whether it meets standards set up by an accrediting organization. When you attend an accredited institution, you are attending a school that has undergone a rigorous process that evaluates educational quality. It’s not easy to become or remain an accredited institution. The rules and regulations are strict, precise and designed to protect students. Here are some of the benefits:
• A reliable indicator of quality
• Approved program of study
• Qualified instructors