Medical Assisting Technologies

Students prepare for three certifications and numerous healthcare employment opportunities in Medical Assisting, Phlebotomy and State Tested Nurse Aide. Certifications include Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) and Registered Phlebotomy Technician (RPT) through American Medical Technologists (AMT); and Ohio State Tested Nurse Aide (STNA). Gain experience and employer connections through externships.
  • Enrollment/employment options are limited for students with felonies/recent criminal charges.  Students must meet with MACC to discuss BEFORE STARTING CLASS!

Why Choose MACC?
• Three certifications in one program!
• Students have several employment options and flexibility in the workforce
• Choose a day or evening program
• Hands-on instruction and practice
• Externships = experience (students receive support in obtaining externships)
• Employer connected program!
• Instructors with real-world experience
• MACC assists students in finding jobs
• 2021 AMT passage rate 91% (national avg. 73%)
• Fees include books, supplies, uniforms, stethoscope, certifications and career services 

Where Can I Work?
• Hospitals
• Doctor’s & Specialty Offices (eyes, feet, etc.)
• Red Cross
• Outpatient Labs & Clinics
• Insurance Companies
• Traveling Agencies
• Therapy Facilities
• Insurance Companies 


M,T,W,Th (4:30pm - 9:00pm)
8/7/23 - 9/14/24 (end date includes externship window)
9/18/23 - 4/9/24 (end date includes externship window)

10/18/23 - 12/8/23
W,Th,F(9:15am - 3:15pm)
1/23/24 - 12/15/24 (end date includes externship window)
M,T,W,Th (9:15am - 3:15pm)

* Students with a current Ohio STNA certification will receive credit for hours and fees.
* Students may complete earlier than scheduled pending externship rotations.
*On a space-available basis, students may enroll in the STNA
or Phlebotomy/EKG sections of the program, but will not
qualify for Title IV financial aid. Call 419.589.6363 for details.

Program Expectations

  • Students must maintain 90% attendance and a 2.0 (C or better) Grade Point Average.  
  • Professional, respectful behavior in all classroom and lab learning experiences.
  • Scrubs are required uniform and included in the price of the program. 
  • Students must maintain attendance and grade requirements specific to each program section.
  • In order to graduate and be eligible for certification, students must complete ALL sections and ALL clinical/externship hours. 

Additional Enrollment Requirements

(in addition to the regular Enrollment Requirements)
  • Complete/Sign Risk Advisory Form & Questionnaire
  • Proof of MMR vaccination (for students under
    50 years of age)
  • Complete background/drug screening (more
    information given at orientation)
  • Employment options are limited for persons with
    felonies or other recent criminal charges and may
    affect a student’s enrollment and/or certification
  • Student must be able to lift 50 pounds


 Fees (840 Hours)
 Tuition $7,560
* Fees $1,822
 Program Total $9,382
 *Fees include assessments, certifications, 4 sets of scrubs, books, lab fees, uniforms, stethoscope, background/drug screening, and career services.

Articulation Agreements

North Central State College
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Kelly Clements, RN
Medical Assisting Instructor
Phlebotomy Instructor
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Whitney Shopbell, RMA, RPT, STNA
Administrative Medical Assisting Instructor
Tim Stahle Phlebotomy Instructor, CPT
Tim Stahle, CPT
Phlebotomy Instructor
Marie Williams, RN, ADN
Marie Williams, RN, ADN, Train the Trainer
Clinical Outreach
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