Nursing only Open House Wednesday, November 22nd @ 12:00pm
Open House Tuesday, November 21st, 10:00am to 7pm
Want to make a difference in the lives of others while working as part of a team in a dynamic healthcare environment? Attending a medical assistant school in New York City, such as Swedish Institute, is the first step to reaching this goal. Swedish Institute offers a Clinical Medical Assistant certificate program and a Clinical and Administrative Medical Assistant degree program that can provide you with the education and practical skills necessary for entering this in-demand field. Swedish Institute can help you prepare for your new career in as little as 15 months. Just click on the program you’re interested in below to learn more.
Hours of clinical externship experience in various medical offices, clinics and hospitals
Years of experience educating individuals for health and fitness careers
Guidance for career services to all graduates seeking employment
Classes Begin Tuesday, January 16
Classes End Saturday, April 28
School is closed for Holiday: Martin Luther King- Monday, January 15
Classes Begin Monday, October 30th
Classes End Friday, December 22
School is closed for Holiday: Thanksgiving – Thursday, November 23 and
Friday, November 24
Classes End Tuesday, April 3
School is closed for Holiday: Martin Luther King Jr. Day- Monday, January 15
Classes Begin Thursday, October 5
School is closed for Holiday: Thanksgiving- Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24
Welcome Fellow Allied Health Professionals:
Thank you for your interest in the Clinical & Administrative Medical Assistant (CAMA) and
Medical Billing & Coding program (MBC) at Swedish Institute. We are excited that you have chosen one of these programs for becoming a medical professional in this field.
As a medical assistant, you will be trained to work both in the front and back office of a medical clinic, performing duties such as managing patient registration, scheduling appointments, verifying insurance, triage, and working directly with doctors assisting in patient medical history and examination, phlebotomy, measuring vital signs and EKG, sterilizing instruments for minor surgery, and performing common laboratory procedures.
Once the didactic portion of the program is completed successfully, you will undergo 200 hours of clinical externship either in a medical office, clinic, or in a local hospital affiliated with the program. Furthermore, you will be provided with course materials that will help support your journey to preparation for the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) certification examination provided by the American Medical Technologists (AMT).
The MBC program at Swedish Institute is designed to provide you, the student, with the appropriate didactic theory and skills required to begin an entry-level career in billing and office administration. You will also be provided with course materials to assist in preparation for your National Health Career Association (NHA) Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) certification examination.
Swedish Institute will prepare you to navigate the real world medical environment. We have passionate and experienced instructors who actively work in the field to assist you towards meeting your goals. We welcome you with open arms.
Dr. Sharmalan “Sam” Sathiyaseelan
CAMA & MBC Program
Thomas Silvera is living proof that confidence and determination can help overcome obstacles and lead to fulfilling your dreams. At 42 years old, this graduate of Swedish Institute is launching a new chapter in his life by becoming a surgical technologist and setting his sights on a cutting-edge future......read more
From being interviewed by Lucy Lou from Admissions, guided by Dr Sam, to being prepped by all the instructors, and then helped by Mrs Rodriguez to land a job, everyone helped me bloom into who I am professionally. By far exceeded all expectations!