You will find that in Alaska there are two accredited medical assistant programs, according to the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). Upon graduation, hopeful CMAs will be eligible to take the National American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) exam. In the table below, you will find the medical assistant programs in Alaska.
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Medical Assistant Schools in Alaska
|Medical Assistant Programs in Alaska||Accreditation Status|
|University of Alaska Fairbanks Community & Technical College|
|University of Alaska-Anchorage|
Aspects to Consider in CMA Schools in Alaska
There are certainly a number of considerations when selecting medical assistant schools. Here is a short listing of a few of the most important factors to remember as you look for your medical assistant university:
- Size of the CMA School
- Pass-rates of the CMA (AAMA) exam
- Class room and clinical facilities
- Program prices and likely possibilities for financial support
- Program admission requirements
As you take these medical assistant school aspects into thought, it can be worthwhile to speak with current college students as well as students of the CMA schools of curiosity. Also, talking to companies who have actually worked with these students might supply you further insight to each school’s strong points & weak points.