Before you take your National American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) Exam to complete your CMA Certification you have to complete and graduate from an accredited medical assistant program. Below is Nevada’s Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) accredited medical assistant schools.
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Medical Assistant Schools in Nevada
|Medical Assistant Programs in Nevada||Accreditation Status|
|College of Southern Nevada|
Las Vegas, NV
Aspects You Should Know About CMA Schools in Nevada
There are a handful of concerns when identifying medical assistant programs. Here’s a short listing of a number of the most important aspects to consider as you look for your medical assistant school:
- Size of the CMA School
- Passing-rates of the CMA (AAMA) exam
- Classroom and lab features
- School expenses and likely opportunities for financial assistance
- Program admittance criteria
While you bring these medical assistant school factors into thought, it might be helpful to talk with current university students as well as recent graduates of the CMA schools of interest. Also, talking to employers whom have employed these students might provide you additional information to each school’s benefits & weaknesses.