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Certified Allied Health Courses Online  

    Certified Medical Assistant 

 A Medical Assistant, also known as a "clinical assistant" or healthcare assistant in the USA is an allied health professional who supports the work of physicians and other health professionals,. Medical Assistant program is accompanied with the Electronic Health Records Certification 

   Certified Phlebotomy Technician

Phlebotomists,  draw blood for tests, transfusions, research, or blood donations.. The Phlebotomy Technician, confirm a patient or donor's identity, label drawn blood for testing or processing, and enters patient information into a database, or Lab Information System,. 

             Certified EKG Technician

EKG Technicians administer a variety of cardiovascular tests, including the electrocardiogram (EKG) which measures the electrical activity of your heart through small electrodes. The EKG records your heart’s activity and provides doctors with important information about the health of your heart. 


COVID 19 Virus increases the need for Allied Health Professionals. 

The COVID 19 Virus has increased the need  for Allied Health Support Professionals. It is imperative that we immediately mobilize        students  in response to this public health crisis. Allied Health Professionals  can be useful in the applying clinical assistance as support staff to Physicians and Nurses. COVID 19, is overwhelming our healthcare systems' ability to provide the best care, thereby creating untenable patient loads. This is why it is essential to leverage our Allied Health support staff to meet this immediate need and beyond. Our organization is prepared to train and deploy Allied Health Professional resources, to assist medical organizations meet their needs in facilitating patient care, laboratory and technology.

                                                                  The Allied Health Workforce of the 21st Century

The needs of patients in the coming century, requires that Allied Health Professionals are trained and proficient in a variety of skill sets. Inefficient and 

ineffective health care delivery,  has been of recent concern to most stakeholders in the process. Care provision systems will improve when care providers 

are educated to function as team members and to demonstrate competencies required for practice in diverse, demanding, and ever-changing environments. 

Our Allied Health Program contains  Interdisciplinary curriculum needs design which fosters the achievement of common competencies essential for success in the healthcare ecosystem of the 21st century and beyond.