2011-2012 M E DIC A L ASS ISTANT www.tulsatech.edu For general program information call 918-828-5200 Campus Location Additional Requirements Health Sciences Center Prior to the start of the clinical practicum, students must: • Undergo a criminal background check including sex Occupational Focus offender registration as required by the Oklahoma Child • Provide hands-on care to people of all ages Care Facilities Licensing Act that requires individuals • Learn to give injections, perform EKGs & draw blood providing care to children under the age of 18 to be free samples of any criminal history that would indicate a potential • Train for jobs in medical offices, chiropractor offices, for violent abuse against another person. There is a fee urgent care clinics, & many other medical facilities for adults and no charge for high school students. • Provide verification of immunizations through For information concerning working conditions, physical vaccination records, titer (blood test) results, or requirements, employment and job outlook please refer to declination statements. A list of specific immunizations the Occupational Outlook Handbook (OOH), 2010-11 Edition may be obtained through the Health Sciences Center by at http://www.bls.gov/oco/. calling 918-828-1216. Salary information can be found at The Occupational • Have a current American Heart Association CPR for the Information Network (O*NET) Resource Center at Healthcare Provider card. http://www.onetcenter.org/. O*NET-SOC Code: 31-9092.00 • Provide transportation to clinical sites. • Adult students must pay a liability insurance fee for Who Can Attend clinicals.This fee is charged for each Tulsa Tech fiscal year High school seniors / Adults (July 1st to June 30th). • Adult students must pay a drug screening fee for Scheduling & Completion Time clinicals. The drug screening is required for all students H.S. / 1 school year: August - May and will be completed sometime before clinicals. H.S. sessions: 7:45 - 10:45a / 11:50 - 2:50p • Adult students must pay a fee to participate in the online Adults / 6 months immunization tracking system. Adults session: 7:45a - 2:50p NOTE: Fees associated with the requirements above are included in tuition/ Check with Admissions Office at 918.828.5260 for start dates. fees/books section. Note: Certification Exam Requirement Option -- 100 hours College Credit Tuition/Fees/Books College credit may be available through TCC, RSU, or OSU- • Adult Students Tuition: $1,575* Institute of Technology. For more details call the college • Required Costs: $803 (Adult), $275 (H.S.) relations office at 918-828-5205. All college credit is awarded by the college/university. • Optional Fees: $64-$160 *High school students living in the Tulsa Tech school district are not Career Majors charged tuition, fees & books. Required costs: books, fees, tools, uniforms/scrubs & supplies. Basic Medical Assistant (High School only) Students in this major will learn the role of the basic medical assistant. They will learn a brief history of medicine, the Entrance Requirements characteristics needed to be a medical assistant, how to gather • High school senior information for the patient history, and patient assessment, and • Adult students how to assist in minor office procedures. Curriculum content will • Basic computer literacy also include methods of practicing good ethical behavior, communication skills, phlebotomy, and other basic skills related to • In this career major, students that do not currently assisting in a medical office. Students will be provided the have Medical Terminology and Anatomy & Physiology opportunity to use the theory content in practical clinical credit will begin Medical Terminology and Anatomy & experiences. In this Career Major, Core Medical Terminology and Physiology classes approximately 6-8 weeks prior to Anatomy and Physiology are taught. beginning the rest of their career major classes. Contact Basic Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy (Returning 2nd Year the Health Information Line at 918-828-1216 for exact Student & Adult) dates and times. Students in this career major will learn the role of the medical assistant, as well as advanced phlebotomy techniques, preparing them to sit for both the AAMP’s (American Association of Medical Personnel) Registered Phlebotomy Certification exam, as well as the Registered Medical Assistant examination. Tuition, career majors, courses and hours are subject to change without notice. Tulsa Tech does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, 08.26.11 gender, age, marital or veteran status, or disability. 2011-2012 M E DIC A L ASS ISTANT www.tulsatech.edu For general program information call 918-828-5200 Credentials/Industry Certifications Courses Graduates of this program must be 18 years of age or older Basic Medical Assistant and have a HS Diploma or GED are eligible to sit for the Pharmacology Registered Medical Assistant examination. Upon passing this Anatomy and Physiology I examination, they may use the initials RMA after their name. Introduction to Medical Office Clinical Procedures - Part I Graduates of the program who are 18 years or older are eli- Introduction to Medical Office Clinical Procedures - Part II gible to sit for the Registered Phlebotomist examination. Core Medical Terminology Anatomy and Physiology II Career Opportunities Introduction to Medical Assisting Medical Assistant Medical Assisting Clinical Experience Career Placement Services Basic Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy Pharmacology Tulsa Tech’s Career Placement Services team builds Anatomy and Physiology I partnerships with Tulsa area businesses & industry to create Introduction to Medical Office Clinical Procedures - Part I opportunities for work-based experiences and job Core Medical Terminology placement. Job search assistance is provided before and after Introduction to Medical Office Clinical Procedures - Part II graduation. Services include with employment information, Anatomy and Physiology II resume building, refining interview skills and life-time access Advanced Phlebotomy Techniques I to the Tulsa Tech Job Connect database. Advanced Phlebotomy Techniques II Call Career Placement Services at 918-828-5270 or visit www. Introduction to Medical Assisting tulsatech.edu/jobconnect / email firstname.lastname@example.org. Medical Assisting Clinical Experience 2009-2010 year completion & placement data: • Total Enrolled: 98 • Completion: 88% • Completed on-time: 100% • Job Placement: 71% • Returning Students: 0% • OPE ID: 005311 / CIP: 51.0801 Financial Aid & Scholarships Financial assistance is available through several options at Tulsa Tech. For the most up-to-date information, call 918-828-5280 or visit www.tulsatech.edu. Some career majors are eligible for federal financial aid. To apply, go to: www.fafsa.ed.gov. Admissions Process Apply ON-LINE at www.tulsatech.edu/apply. Applications can also be obtained in the counseling offices on any of the campuses; at the Career Services Center located on the Memorial Complex; or by calling 918-828-5200. Tuition, career majors, courses and hours are subject to change without notice. Tulsa Tech does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, 08.26.11 gender, age, marital or veteran status, or disability.
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