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West Virginia Junior College - Morgantown

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Medical Assistant

Clinical Medical Assistant A.A.S.

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WVJC can provide students with a wealth of benefits as part of its medical assistant programs. These include:

Being career-ready in months
Convenient locations and online options
Qualified instructors
Interactive labs
Externships
Career services
A quality, affordable education
Become a Clinical Medical Assistant and work with doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals to help examine and treat patients. And you can earn your Clinical Medical Assistant Associate Degree or a Medical Assisting Diploma in a matter of months. Students who receive their clinical medical assistant training from WVJC will gain the knowledge and skills needed to:

Obtain patient’s vital signs
Assist Physician or providers with physical exams
Perform visual acuity test
Obtain laboratory specimens
Perform capillary punctures for glucose testing
Perform CLIA waived testing
Perform phlebotomy
Sterilize medical equipment to achieve medical asepsis
Assist with minor office procedures and surgeries
Perform injections
Perform EKG
Medication preparation
Conduct medical research and writing
Review law and medical ethics

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Medical Assisting Diploma Program

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WVJC can provide students with a wealth of benefits as part of its medical assistant programs. These include:

Being career-ready in months
Convenient locations and online options
Qualified instructors
Interactive labs
Externships
Career services
A quality, affordable education Students who receive their medical assisting training from WVJC will gain the knowledge and skills needed to:

Obtain patient’s vital signs
Assist Physician or providers with physical exams
Perform visual acuity test
Obtain laboratory specimens
Perform capillary punctures for glucose testing
Perform CLIA waived testing
Perform phlebotomy
Sterilize medical equipment to achieve medical asepsis
Assist with minor office procedures and sugeries
Perform injections
Perform EKG
Medication preparation
Conduct medical research and writing
Review law and medical ethics

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Office Administration A.A.S.

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Medical office administrators are the members of a medical team who make healthcare facilities run smoothly for doctors and patients. If you want to have a positive impact on people’s lives, medical office administration may be the career for you!

In our Medical Office Administration degree program, you will earn an associate degree in Medical Office Administration and acquire the skills to work in a hospital, doctor’s office, clinic, and other healthcare facilities.

Our Morgantown campus can prepare you for this vital career. For thorough medical office manager training that can help you stand out to employers, choose WVJC Morgantown! WVJC’s medical office administration degree program is designed to teach you practical skills that you will use in your future career.

This means that we don’t require you to pay for extra courses that don’t have applications to your chosen career path, saving you money and time.

In our medical office administration courses, you will learn how to:

Perform basic coding
Maintain electronic health records
Handle billing
Schedule appointments for patients
Understand medical terms
Work with medical records
Transcribe (write out) a doctor’s notes
Protect patient privacy
Use computers and medical software to perform office tasks
One aspect that sets our program apart from those offered at some other medical office administration schools is our inclusion of medical billing and insurance courses.

This medical billing and insurance training will help you stand out among other job applicants after graduation.

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Medical Office Administration Diploma Program

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Medical office administrators are the members of a medical team who make healthcare facilities run smoothly for doctors and patients. If you want to have a positive impact on people’s lives, medical office administration may be the career for you!

In our Medical Office Administration degree program, you will earn an associate degree in Medical Office Administration and acquire the skills to work in a hospital, doctor’s office, clinic, and other healthcare facilities.

Our Morgantown campus can prepare you for this vital career. For thorough medical office manager training that can help you stand out to employers, choose WVJC Morgantown! WVJC’s medical office administration degree program is designed to teach you practical skills that you will use in your future career.

This means that we don’t require you to pay for extra courses that don’t have applications to your chosen career path, saving you money and time.

In our medical office administration courses, you will learn how to:

Perform basic coding
Maintain electronic health records
Handle billing
Schedule appointments for patients
Understand medical terms
Work with medical records
Transcribe (write out) a doctor’s notes
Protect patient privacy
Use computers and medical software to perform office tasks
One aspect that sets our program apart from those offered at some other medical office administration schools is our inclusion of medical billing and insurance courses.

This medical billing and insurance training will help you stand out among other job applicants after graduation.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Nursing, A.A.S.

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There are many ways to give back to your community and help others, but there’s nothing quite like becoming a registered nurse.

That’s one reason why West Virginia Junior College is proud to announce the approval of the Bridgeport campus to start a Nursing program. West Virginia Junior College also has nursing programs at our Morgantown and Charleston campuses.

Earning an associate degree in nursing can allow you to work as a travel nurse, school nurse, or psychiatric nurse provided you pass the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses’ (NCLEX-RN).

Before you can become a nurse, you need to receive well-rounded, specialized nursing education to help prepare you for the variety of patient challenges and medical situations you may encounter throughout your career. Once you make the decision to earn an associate degree in nursing, it’s time to find the right nursing program and school to fit your needs.

West Virginia Junior College (WVJC) provides a structured nursing program that will teach you the necessary information and skills to help you in your future career. West Virginia Junior College’s Morgantown campus associate degree nursing program was ranked the second best nursing program in the state by registerednursing.org, in their 2019 List of the Best Nursing Schools in West Virginia.

Our nursing program is a direct admission program, which means you won’t waste time and money taking classes only to find out later that you are not accepted into the program.

With our program, you can earn your Nursing degree in just 18-19 months*, allowing you to take your licensing exam and enter the workforce sooner. This also means that we don’t add unnecessary courses to your nursing training. The courses you’ll take relate to your future career.

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Information Technology Industry

IT Support Specialist

Information Technology A.A.S.

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From working in IT to protecting the integrity of data systems, there are a variety of interesting career paths that are perfect for graduates of this program.

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Information Technology Diploma Program

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Have you always been interested in computers but lacked the skills to be an information technology professional? At WVJC, we offer students like you the chance to fine-tune your skills with our high-quality IT training.

The world of technology is exciting, fast-paced, and constantly changing. If you are someone who enjoys technology and could see yourself working in the sector for a living, an information technology diploma may be your answer!

In this IT program, you will take a variety of information technology courses where you will learn to troubleshoot computers and understand how they work. As a further component of your IT training, you will manage networks, learn business management skills that employers are looking for, and much more. Students looking into information technology programs can count on the IT training from WVJC as a resource to jumpstart their careers in a growing field. Within the program, students can expect to learn how to do the following:

Manage computer networks
Build computer systems
Diagnose and troubleshoot issues
Advise online security and privacy issues
Perform computer maintenance
Build, network, and manage servers

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Contact Phone Number

304-296-8282

Address

148 Willey St.
Morgantown, WV 26505
United States