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City College - Altamonte Springs

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Medical Assistant

Allied Health, Medical Assisting, A.A.S.

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Earning an Associate of Science in Medical Assisting from City College, graduates will have all the necessary tools and skills to be prepared to take the National Certified Medical Assistant (NCMA) and/or the Phlebotomist Certification Exam.

Of all of the professions in the healthcare field, Medical Assisting is one that is growing higher than the average rate and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 19% growth in these positions through 2029**, much faster than other careers. Medical Assistants are trained in both organizational and clinical duties and perform tasks such as assisting physicians with exams, preparing patients and rooms for examinations, maintaining patient records as well as other administrative duties.

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Nursing, A.A.S.

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Graduating with an Associate of Science degree in Nursing from the ACEN accredited City College program, students will have all the necessary tools and skills to apply to sit for the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX), which is required to become a Registered Nurse. Upon completion of the Associate degree program, students will have the freedom to specialize in a path that is right for them, whether itÕs trauma, pediatrics, geriatrics, and more.

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Surgical Technologist

Surgical Technology, A.A.S.

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The Associate of Science in Surgical Technology program from City College prepares students with all the vital knowledge and tools to apply to sit for the Certified Surgical Technology exam (CST) issued by the NBSTSA (National Board of Surgical Technology and Surgical Assisting).

Like many careers in the medical field, jobs for surgical technologists are growing at a faster than average rate and are predicted to increase as much as 7% by 2029**. The OR is always going to be full of unexpected challenges and Surgical Technologists are not just passing the scalpel; they are literally holding the tools that could save a life.

A surgical technologist provides essential support before, during and after surgeries. Fundamental duties include; preparing and sterilizing all surgical instruments, organizing surgical instruments according to the surgeonÕs preferences, collecting used instruments, preparing the operating room for surgery, post-op bandaging and monitoring patient vital signs. The City College Associate of Science in Surgical Technology program is designed to provide students with the training and skills that play a crucial role in the intense environment of the OR.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Services, A.A.S.

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City CollegeÕs Associate of Science in Emergency Medical Services encompasses both Emergency Medical Training and Paramedic courses. Helping students acquire a much broader range of skills and knowledge preparing them for the EMT and Paramedic national licensure examinations.

EMTs provide advanced life support services to patients being transported to hospitals. The demand for skilled EMTs is high and expected to increase by as much as 6% by 2029**, making it an exciting field of study. The Associate of Science in Emergency Medical Services program is designed to prepare students to provide potentially life-saving medical treatment as first-responders in a variety of emergency situations.

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Emergency Medical Technician Diploma Program

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Earning an EMT Basic Diploma from City College gives graduates the critical necessities to become a certified EMT. Not to mention, graduates emerge certified in Basic Life Support. This program will also help students prepare for the EMT and Paramedic licensure examination. Once a student completes the program, they will be eligible and prepared to apply to take the EMT Certification.

When every second matters, trained Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) bring a range of skills to the situation. They think and act quickly, working as a team to care for patients in emergency situations. The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects a 6% growth in EMT positions through 2029** Ð faster than average. This means many exciting opportunities in this fast-paced field. City College helps prepare students with skills and competencies ranging from giving basic life support to responding with professionalism and respect in the most stressful situations.

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Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
United States