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Provide quality training and education to your employees

The demand for trained and qualified medical assistants is expected to grow by 29% through 2026.¹ With the aging baby-boomer generation increasing the need for preventative care, physicians offices and clinics need more trained and skilled assistants to handle administrative and clinical work. Offering a career pathway for dedicated employees at your medical practice can help your business grow and improve patient care while preparing employees with industry certification and increasing retention rates. Penn Foster’s flexible, online Medical Assistant Associate Degree program allows your employees to gain the skills and knowledge to be an asset to your practice, all around their work schedule.

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    Trusted training provider for over 125 years to thousands of education, government, staffing, and industrial businesses
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    Quality training can be developed around your budget and delivered at scale
  • On-demand
    Online, mobile-friendly coursework is built for the working learner and allows them to study at their own pace, anytime and anywhere
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    Our unique combination of technology, training content, and services allows us to meet the specific needs of each customer and employee

Online Allied Health Training Programs

Your medical practice or clinic can take advantage of flexible, customizable allied health training programs offered through Penn Foster’s workforce division. We can also create training programs built based on the needs of your business and employees.

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¹ Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Medical Assistants, on the Internet here (visited June 06, 2019).