You say the tuition is affordable, how is it so?
CES College, a non-profit school, wants to make education possible for you by making it accessible and affordable.
If you qualify for financial aid, your tuition, books, uniforms, equipment will be covered by Federal Pell Grant.
That means that you will have no payments while in school and when you graduate you will have no loans to pay back, so you graduate debt-free.
Furthermore, our tuition is very affordable.
Please compare our tuition to other schools in the area:
CES College – Total Cost: $5,745
School A: Total Cost: $14,995.00
School B: Total Cost: $17,017.50
School C: Total Cost: $17,130.00
What will I do as a Medical Assistant?
Medical Assistants perform administrative and certain clinical duties under the direction of a physician.
Medical Assistants greet patients in medical offices or other medical settings where they help doctors with examinations and treatments. They run routine lab tests such as urinalysis and blood counts. They may take blood pressure readings and take temperatures. They may give injections or perform ‘finger sticks’ to draw small amounts of blood if they are properly trained. Assistants may instruct patients about medication and self-treatment. They prepare treatment rooms for patient examinations and sterilize and arrange instruments and equipment used in treatment and diagnosis. They check office and lab supplies and keep the waiting, consulting, and examination rooms neat and orderly.
Where will I work?
Medical Assistants work in doctor’s offices, clinics, hospitals, insurance companies, government agencies, pharmaceutical companies, and educational institutions.
What Wages and Benefits can I expect?
The median wage in 2012 for Medical Assistants in California was $31,586 annually, or $15.19 hourly.
The median is the point at which half of the workers earn more and half earn less.
Source: EDD/LMID Occupational Employment Statistics Survey, 2012 Wages do not reflect self-employment.
Benefits normally include paid vacation, holiday, and sick leave. Many Assistants also enjoy employer-paid health and dental insurance, and retirement plans.
What is the job outlook?
Medical Assistants are one of the fastest growing occupations in California.
Employment growth is expected because of the increase in the number of group practices, clinics, and other healthcare facilities that need greater numbers of support personnel, particularly the flexible Medical Assistant who can handle both administrative and clinical duties. Because many health care employers prefer a trained staff, job prospects should be best for Medical Assistants with formal training or experience.
Program Information Disclosure
Program is accredited by COE and WASC ACS.
|O*Net Occupation Titles||Soc Code||Links to Occupational Profiles on O*Net|
|Medical Assistant: Medical Assistant, Certified Medical Assistant (CMA), Doctor’s Assistant, Medical Office Assistant, Optometric Assistant, Clinical Assistant, Ophthalmic Technician, Optometric Technician, Outpatient Surgery Assistant||31-9092.00||http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/31-9092.00|
|Medical Secretaries: Medical Secretary, Receptionist, Unit Support Representative, Office Manager, Medical Receptionist, Patient Relations Representative (PRR), Front Office Manager, Health Unit Coordinator, Medical Office Specialist, Patient Coordinator||43-6013.00||http://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/43-6013.00|
CA STRF: $3
Total Cost: $5,745
The higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) requires institutions of higher education who receive federal financial assistance (including private institutions), to the maximum extent practicable, and in a manner of the institution’s choosing, to disclose textbook information. All textbooks at CES COLLEGE are included in the cost of the program and are distributed at the beginning of each program/course/module and/or level, depending on the program. Textbooks, once distributed, are the property of the student.
School Performance Fact Sheet