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Medical Administrative Assistant Career Diploma

Train Online to Become a Medical Administrative Assistant

Take the first step towards a new career as a medical office assistant with accredited training from Penn Foster Career School. With our online, self-paced Medical Administrative Assistant training program, you can study when you want, where you want, and at the pace you want.

Prepare to take the CMAA and CEHRS exams with confidence.

Our regionally and nationally accredited online Medical Administrative Assistant training can help you prepare for the National Healthcare Association¹ CMAA (Medical Administrative Assistant Certification) as well as the CEHRS (Electronic Health Records Specialist Certification) exams.
Prepare to take the CMAA or CEHRS certification exams
Why Choose Penn Foster Career School?
Self-Paced
Start and study when you want
Open enrollment means you start when you and ready and with our mobile-friendly learning platform you can study at home or on the go.
Accredited
Dedicated Success Coaches
Our Success Center is made up of Certified Instructors and Success Coaches, Teaching Assistants and Student help Staff all working to help you succeed.
Affordable
On-Demand Learning
Do not wait for a class to start — you decide when to begin with our on-demand learning platform.
Supported
Set your goals and pace
With our progress-tracking and goal-setting tools, you can customize your study and exam schedule to help meet your personal goals.
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Proven Reputation
With over 45,000 graduates across our High School, Career School, and College in 2016, as well as our stable accreditation, you can know you are in good hands!
Personalized
Connect with other students
Connect in real-time with your peers in your career area in our Penn Foster Community.
Why become a Medical Administrative Assistant?
Medical administrative assistant and secretary jobs are expected to increase 21% over the next several years according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.² Now is a great time to get the medical office assistant training that will help you prepare to enter this booming career field with Penn Foster.
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Student Experience
A Digital Learning Experience
With interactive, mobile-friendly courses, progress-tracking and goal setting, and personal coaches to help you succeed, the Penn Foster Online Learning Experience (PFx) is designed to help you succeed!
Medical Administrative Assistant Course Details
Our Medical Administrative Assistant courses cover topics such as office procedures, body systems/terminology, basic pharmacology, and more to help you succeed in a medical office setting.

Penn Foster Medical Administrative Assistant Curriculum

Important State Requirements: Be sure to check here for the requirements in your state.

Tuition
With flexible, affordable payment options, you can get started on your medical administrative assistant training online today.
Penn Foster was the one school that I found where I could work at my own pace while being a mom with a busy and active schedule, and holding down employment. I was able to take my courses with me when I traveled or went to the library. It was nice not to be stuck in a classroom.
Lauri T.
Medical Administrative Assistant Graduate
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² Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-17 Edition, Secretaries and Administrative Assistants, on the Internet here. Statements found in the United States Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook are not a guarantee of any post-graduation salary, in part because the data used to create the Occupational Outlook Handbook includes workers from differing educational backgrounds, levels of experience, and geographic areas of the country.
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