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Get the Skills to Become a Medical Assistant

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The WellSpring healthcare programs are designed for adult learners, meaning you can fit training into your busy life

Medical Assistant Programs in Kansas City, MO

Do you enjoy helping others? Looking for a way to get ahead while you balance family, work and/or other responsibilities? If that sounds like you then it’s time to explore the healthcare training opportunities at WellSpring School of Allied Health.

The WellSpring healthcare programs are specifically designed to fit the needs of busy adult learners. With convenient part-time schedules, you could pursue a rewarding career helping others in as little as 10 Months.* Get the skills and certification you need to become a qualified medical professional in a supportive community that understands your needs.

Next Program Start Dates

  • Feb 27thMedical Assisting Degree (AOS): WellSpring School of Allied Health (Kansas City, MO) Earn your Associate of Occupational Science Degree for advanced Medical Assisting and Clinical Office Management training. Graduates will be able to deliver higher level skills that help a medical business operate effectively.https://wellspring.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Medical-Billing-Coding-Professional.jpgWellSpring School of Allied Health
  • Feb 27thMedical Assisting Certificate: WellSpring School of Allied Health (Kansas City, MO) Learn how to assist physicians in the examination and treatment of patients, as well as perform routine office tasks. Hands-on learning during lab classes lets you practice your skills so you’ll be ready for your career the minute you graduate.https://wellspring.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Medical-Assistant-hero.jpgWellSpring School of Allied Health
  • Mar 13thMedical Assisting Degree (AOS): WellSpring School of Allied Health (Springfield, MO) Earn your Associate of Occupational Science Degree for advanced Medical Assisting and Clinical Office Management training. Graduates will be able to deliver higher level skills that help a medical business operate effectively.https://wellspring.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/Medical-Billing-Coding-Professional.jpgWellSpring School of Allied Health
  • Mar 13thMedical Assisting Certificate: WellSpring School of Allied Health (Wichita, KS) 600 South Tyler Road Wichita KS USA 67209 Learn how to assist physicians in the examination and treatment of patients, as well as perform routine office tasks. Hands-on learning during lab classes lets you practice your skills so you’ll be ready for your career the minute you graduate.https://wellspring.edu/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Medical-Assistant-hero.jpgWellSpring School of Allied Health

A Promising Career Outlook

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics states “Employment of healthcare occupations is projected to grow 18 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations, adding about 2.4 million new jobs. Healthcare occupations are projected to add more jobs than any of the other occupational groups.” This anticipated growth is largely due to an aging baby boomer population, who’ll place a greater demand on healthcare services.*

Medical Assisting Options

Is a Rewarding Career in Medical Assisting Right for you? Take the Wellspring "Medical Assisting Career Training Readiness Quiz"

This fun, online quiz takes 3 minutes to complete and you’ll get a personalized report. Identify your strengths and social style plus the training and positions you’re best suited for. Get your Medical Assisting Career Training Readiness score now!

Students learn real skills that they'll use in the medical field like how to draw blood, and set-up surgical trays

Is WellSpring School of Allied Health Right For You? Get More Info…

If you’re interested in learning more about careers in Healthcare and exploring if WellSpring School of Allied Health is right for you, fill out the form on this page to receive more information.

For immediate questions, call 1-816-523-9140

*Bureau information reflects national statistics and may not represent job growth in a specific region.