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Marie Williams, RN, ADN, Train the Trainer
This 720-hour training program offers students a variety of healthcare employment options and certification opportunities. Students will be eligible to complete the STNA (State Tested Nurse Aide) Certification, CPC-A (Certified Professional Coder Apprentice) Certification through AAPC (American Association of Professional Coders), and RPT (Registered Phlebotomy Technician) Certification through AMT (American Medical Technologists).

Students enrolling in this 720-hour program will receive training in:

  • Nurse Aide Theory/Lab
    Mandatory Ohio Department of Health (NATCEP) curriculum includes: safety; infection control; personal care; mental health; care impaired; residentsí rights; communication; data collection; basic nursing skills; role and responsibility; disease process; and older adult growth. In addition students gain valuable skills through hands-on lab experience taking vital signs/blood pressure; dressing/feeding dependent residents; catheter care; abdominal thrusts; basic activity planning/dosage calculation/medical terminology; safe transfers using walkers, gait belts and mechanical lifts. Students must obtain 80% to pass.

  • Nurse Aide Clinical Experience
    Gain hands on experience in a long term care facility putting into practice skills successfully demonstrated in Nurse Aide Theory/Lab. Students must obtain 80% on skills clinical check-off in order to pass.

  • Healthcare Provider CPR
    Learn basic life support (adult/child/infant) and AED in a variety of healthcare settings.

  • First Aid
    Manage illness and injuries within the first few minutes of their occurrence. Students will receive a Pass or Fail grade and a course completion card upon passing.

  • Medical Terminology
    Learn prefixes, suffixes, word roots, common abbreviations and pharmaceuticals used in medical language. Topics include medical vocabulary terms that relate to the anatomy, physiology, pathological conditions and treatment of selected systems. Upon completion, students should be able to pronounce, spell, and define medical terms as related to selected body systems and pathological disorders.

  • Clinical Medical Assisting
    This course instructs students in hands-on patient care. Students learn nutrition; patient education, history, interviews and documentation; vital signs and measurements; basic physical exams/assisting; instruments, sterilization and reprocessing; minor office surgery prep.; emergencies and basic clinical assessment; medical asepsis, infection/disease control, health promotion, rehabilitative medicine and therapeutic modalities. Clinical skills required for a variety of physician specialty offices will be identified.

  • Medical Assisting Externship
    Students apply clinical, lab, and administrative skills in a medical facility under the supervision of facility personnel or the instructor. Emphasis is placed on enhancing clinical and administrative skills necessary for effective patient care and professional communications and interactions. Students complete a total of 180 hours of externship between STNA clinical experiences, Phlebotomy and Medical Assisting externship.

  • Orientation to Medical Assisting
    Learn the history of medicine; roles/duties of the medical assistant; professionalism, human relations, attitudes and behaviors expected in healthcare; and types of facilities that employ medical assistants.

  • Anatomy and Physiology
    Learn the structure and function of the human body. Gain understanding of tissues and organs that make up body systems; body systems, functions, diseases and symptoms, diagnostic tests, disorders, diseases, treatments, medications and wellness.

  • Medical Law and Ethics
    This course covers legal relationships of physicians and patients, contractual agreements, professional liability, malpractice, medical practice acts, informed consent, and bioethical issues. Emphasis is placed on scope of practice, legal terms, patient's rights, liability, code of ethics, documentation, consent, HIPAA, release of information and standard of care as they apply to medical assisting.

  • Pharmacology for Medical Assisting
    Learn preparation, dosage calculation and various methods of administration of medications; proper documentation; identifying, spelling, and recognizing adverse reactions/interactions of the commonly used medications in a physician's office.

  • EKG
    Students are introduced to and practice EKG terminology, lead application and procedures on an EKG MAC/5000 Machine. Functions of this particular machine and EKG results/interpretation and the cardiovascular system are also covered.

  • Administrative Office Procedures
    This course introduces medical office administrative procedures and the office environment. Topics include patient reception, appointment processing, telephone procedures, documentation and reporting, medical records management, HIPAA regulations, written and oral communications, patient orientation, screening/processing mail, office equipment and supply inventory and safety.

  • Medical Insurance, Billing, and Coding
    Learn insurance terminology, government programs, general insurance procedures, practice finances, coding and bookkeeping principles. Students should be able to successfully complete patient registration, insurance forms, and simulate various types of claims processing and have an understanding of HIPAA.

  • Phlebotomy
    An intense course in which students study: documentation; specimen handling and transportation; phlebotomy/venipuncture procedures; collecting capillary blood specimens; arterial, intravenous and special collection procedures; elderly/home/long-term care collections; urinalysis, body fluids/other specimens; forensic, toxicology, and workplace testing; infection control; safety; blood collection equipment and complications; and pediatric procedures.

  • Phlebotomy Externship
    Students complete 100 hours of externship through OhioHealth MedCentral Mansfield Hospital and OhioHealth Shelby Hospital and outreach facilities.


  • Class meets Monday through Thursday from 4:30 - 8:30 p.m.


  • Enrollment/Employment options are limited for persons with felonies and/or recent criminal charges. If applicable potential students must meet with MACC; contact the Ohio Department of Health and AMT regarding barriers to enrollment/certification before class.

  • Prior to class students must complete a background check and the first of 3 Hepatitis B vaccines (Details given upon enrollment). A negative drug screen is required prior to Phlebotomy/EKG section, Spring, 2015.

  • Students must maintain 90% attendance and a 2.0 (C or better) Grade Point Average.

  • Students must complete ALL hours of clinical/externship time and act in a respectful, professional manner in all classroom, clinical or externship hours.

  • Scrubs and lab coats are required on lab/externship days

  • Failure to maintain any of the above, may result in program dismissal

*Estimated Fees include: books, lab fees, drug/PPD testing, certification exams, and career/personal counseling services. Fees may change before class begins.
Fees (840 Hours)

Tuition $5,880

*Fees $1,889

Program Total $7,769
Debra Ruckman

State Board

Articulation Agreements
Franklin University - 24 credit hours
(Bachelor of Science in Applied Healthcare Management degree)

North Central State College - 21 credit hours
(Associate in Health Services Technology degree)

Admission Requirements:

  • Must have proof of high school diploma or G.E.D.
  • Must have Workkeys score of 4 in Locating Information assessment*
  • Must have WorkKeys score of 3 in Applied Mathematics assessment*
  • Must pass successful drug test (administered just before entering phlebotomy training)
  • Students can not have a felony record
  • Must complete 2-step TB test (before Nurse Aide clinicals and before phlebotomy clinicals)
  • Must have 1st of 3 Hepatitis B vaccinations (before phlebotomy clinicals)


Contact Director:
Sonja Pluck

600 Esley Lane

Mansfield, OH 44905

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