Available courses

Nurse Assistant Complete Skills Workshop---$500

This workshop is for those that have already passed a CNA course previously and needs a refresher in the 23 skills for long term care. This is an 20 hours hands on workshop for Mississippi residents.  After the workshop, you will have access to skill videos on our website.

INCLUDES--

  • 2 1/2 days---20 hours
  • all 23 skills
  • All skills will be hands on practice and passing off with instructor
  • Access to skill videos on our website
**This is a skill only workshop, not a college course.

REQUIREMENTS----

Must be able to attend in person and

  • Previously passed a CNA course (proof required) in the last 2 years but did not take the Mississippi certification exam or
  • Previously passed a CNA course (proof required) in the last 2 years but failed skill portion of Mississippi certification exam or
  • Previously was certified as a CNA in any state and is ready to challenge the Mississippi certification exam again and does not need the written portion taught 
  • Passed our Personal Care Aide self study or Hospice Aide self study
The 23 skills for the state of Mississippi are taught and practiced. 

Commission on Proprietary Schools and College Registration has not reviewed nor needs to approve these workshops or CEUs. 


Nurse Assistant Refresher Skills Training Workshop---$225

This workshop is for those that have already passed a CNA course previously and needs a refresher in 16 out of 23 skills for long term care. This is an 8 hour, 1 day hands on workshop for Mississippi residents.  After the workshop, you will have access to skill videos on our website.

INCLUDES--

  • 1 day---8 hours
  • only 16 skills
  • Some skills will be demonstration only and others will be hands on for time allowed
  • Access to skill videos on our website

**This is a 1 day refresher workshop, not a college course.

REQUIREMENTS----

Must be able to attend in person and

  • Previously passed a CNA course (proof required) in the last 2 years but did not take the Mississippi certification exam or
  • Previously passed a CNA course (proof required) in the last 2 years but failed skill portion of Mississippi certification exam or
  • Previously was certified as a CNA in any state and is ready to challenge the Mississippi certification exam again and does not need the written portion taught 

The 16 skills taught are:

Skill 1 - HAND HYGIENE (WASHING)

Skill 2 - APPLIES ONE KNEE-HIGH ELASTIC STOCKING

Skill 3 - ASSISTS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT

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AssignmentSkill 3 - ASSISTS TO AMBULATE USING TRANSFER BELT

Skill 4 -ASSISTS WITH USE OF BEDPAN

Skill 5 - CLEANS UPPER OR LOWER DENTURE

Skill 8 - DOWNING AND REMOVING PPE (Gown and Gloves)

Skill 9 - DRESSES CLIENT WITH AFFECTED WEAK RIGHT ARM

Skill 11 - GIVES MODIFIED BED BATH 

Skill 14 - MEASURES AND RECORD WEIGHT FOR AN AMBULATORY CLIENT

Skill 15 - PERFORMS MODIFIED PASSIVE RANGE OF MOTION (PROM) FOR ONE KNEE/ONE ANKLE

Skill 16 - PERFORMS MODIFIED PASSIVE RANGE OF MOTION (PROM) FOR ONE SHOULDER

Skill 17 - POSITIONS ON SIDE

Skill 18 - PROVIDE CATH CARE TO A FEMALE 

Skill 19 - PROVIDES FOOT CARE ON ONE FOOT

Skill 21 - PROVIDES (PERI-CARE) PERINEAL CARE FOR FEMALE

Skill 22 - TRANSFERS FROM BED TO WHEELCHAIR USING TRANSFER BELT

Skill 23 - BLOOD PRESSURE WITH A  MACHINE

****Some skills will be demonstration only and others will be hands on for time allowed

Commission on Proprietary Schools and College Registration has not reviewed nor needs to approve these workshops or CEUs. 

Intravenous Therapy Certification Workshop--Fee: $600 

An additional $25 late registration fee is charged if registering within the 7 days prior to workshop.
Private Workshops are only taught in groups of 3 to 5 participants starting at $3000. Each additional participant's fee is $600. Workshops must be booked and paid at least 2 weeks in advance. For more information call 877-741-1996 or email info@medical2.com .

  • Intense 1-day, 100% hands-on seminar, which is held for approximately 8 hours.

  • Designed to teach the serious individual how to start, care and maintain, and discontinue a peripheral IV or enhance their skills from previous training. This is not a central line course, nor a pharmaceutical IV course.

  • A home study module is required of the participant outside of the clinical workshop. This home study may be completed before or after the day of the program.

  • Participants will be taught the proper handling, and concept of the procedure then proceed to the practice area, and finally will prove competency on  specially designed manikins.

  • Does not consist of written exams. Our "exams" are practical examinations.

Upon successful completion of the Workshop, the participant will receive a national certification*

Prerequisites: Must be at least 18 years of age. LPN/LVN, RN, or other qualified medical professional. Non-licensed healthcare professionals are expected to have previous venipuncture skill and knowledge and will be required to submit documentation verifying they are working under a physician’s license.

*Excludes Mississippi and Colorado, at this time. Transferable into Ohio and Missouri. Mississippi nurses may call about the online video training and written exam. 

Medical2 does not provide nor guarantee jobs. We provide CE Hours and skill enhancement services only. Continuing Ed Providers License Number:15509. "Provider approved by the California board of Registered Nursing." Because workshops are provided by Medical2 National Certification Agency, the MS Commission on Proprietary Schools and College Registration has not reviewed nor needs to approved these workshops or CEUs.

Workshops must be booked and paid at least 2 weeks in advance. For more information call 877-741-1996 or email info@medical2.com .

Phlebotomy Certification Workshop with EKG--  2022 Fee: $600 

An additional $25 late registration fee is charged if registering within the 7 days prior to workshop.
Medical2 teaches this workshop in public workshops and private workshops. Click "Schedule/Register" for the list of public workshops.
Private Workshops are only taught in groups starting at $3000 for 5 or less students. Each additional participant's fee is $600. Workshops must be booked and paid at least 2 weeks in advance. For more information call 877-741-1996 or email info@medical2.com .

***  Covid19- All students participating in a Medical2 Phlebotomy Certification workshop until further notice will be required to bring and wear a face-mask in the room where the workshop is taking place. We are too close during practice and live sticks to not be safe. Also, all students may have temperature checked at the beginning of the day for fever. If you present with fever, you will be asked to come back at a later date for training. 
  • Intense 1-day, 100% hands-on seminar, which is held on a Saturday or Sunday, typically running for approximately 8 hours.
  • Proven to provide you with the basic proper and necessary skills used in the field of phlebotomy including: evacuated systems with straight needle, finger/heel lancet sticks, and butterfly needles.
  • Designed to teach the serious individual how to draw blood, from the ground up or enhance their skills from previous training. 
  • Discussion on how to perform an electrocardiogram.
  • Does not consist of book work or written exams. Our "exams" are practical examinations.
Participants will be taught the proper handling, and concept of the procedure then proceed to the practice area, and finally will prove competency on our specially designed manikins and live draws. Upon successful completion of the Workshop, the participant will receive a National Certification for phlebotomy with EKG.
Prerequisites: 
  • At least 18 years of age 
  • high school diploma or GED
  • medical background such as medical/healthcare/science/dental or related-- courses, field work, training, or volunteering in these fields
Fee: $600 as of February 8, 2022.
- includes all workshop material. An additional $25 late registration fee is charged if registering within the 7 days prior to workshop. For questions call 877-741-1996 or email info@medical2.com.
Medical2 does not provide nor guarantee jobs. We provide CE Hours and skill enhancement services only. Continuing Ed Providers License Number:15509. "Provider approved by the California board of Registered Nursing." Because one workshops are provided by Medical2 National Certification Agency, the MS Commission on Proprietary Schools and College Registration has not reviewed nor needs to approved these workshops or CEUs. 
Notice; Medical2 also provide Phlebotomy Technician Certification online exam for phlebotomist already working in a field as a phlebotomist .


PRIVATE GROUPS ONLY ---Phlebotomy Certification Workshop--

Fee: Please contact Medical2 for the quote. Fee is paid at least 2 weeks in advance.  Starting at $3600. For more information call 877-741-1996 or email info@medical2.com .

Phlebotomy only workshops are reserved for businesses or groups. ( Private groups can pick their own dates) . For individual participants, see Phlebotomy with EKG workshops.  Call us at 877741-1996 for cost.

  • Intense 1-day, 100% hands-on seminar, which is held on a Saturday or Sunday, typically running for approximately 8 hours.
  • Proven to provide you with the basic proper and necessary skills used in the field of phlebotomy including:  evacuated systems, finger/heel sticks, and butterfly needles.
  • Designed to teach the serious individual how to draw blood, from the ground up or enhance their skills from previous training. 
  • Does not consist of book work or written exams. Our "exams" are practical examinations.

Participants will be taught the proper handling, and concept of the procedure then proceed to the practice area, and finally will prove competency on our specially designed manikins and live draws. Upon successful completion of the Workshop, the participant will receive a national certification.

Prerequisites: The Medical2 Phlebotomy Workshop is open to those who are at least 18 years of age high school diploma or GED, medical background such as medical/healthcare-related courses, field work, training, or volunteering in a medical/healthcare setting. For questions call 877-741-1996 or email info@medical2.com.

Medical2 does not provide nor guarantee jobs. We provide CE Hours and skill enhancement services only. Continuing Ed Providers License Number:15509. "Provider approved by the California board of Registered Nursing." Because workshops are provided by Medical2 National Certification Agency, the MS Commission on Proprietary Schools and College Registration has not reviewed nor needs to approved these workshops or CEUs. 


Pharmacy Tech  program is a self study  program. $995

The Pharmacy Tech curriculum is designed to create the standard of knowledge to work effectively with pharmacists and provide excellent patient care and services. This course provides students with solid coverage of the information they need to be successful. Students learn the laws and regulations governing pharmacies and drug distribution. Other objectives include effects of prescription and illegal drugs, pharmacy math calculations, and drug classifications. The curriculum covers all aspects mapped to the National Pharmacy Technician Certification Examination Curriculum.

 

The program is takes approximately 8 weeks to complete but Medical2 allows a full year to complete this self study and the final exam. 

Requirements for Pharmacy Tech --

  • Must have a high school diploma or GED
  • Must not have any felonies on record



















Course Objectives---

·         Discuss advances in drug therapy and vaccinations

·         Describe the different between opiates and opioids

·         Calculate infusion and drop rate

·         Apply pharmaceutical calculations 

·         Classify drugs using the drug schedules under the Controlled Substance Act (CSA)

·         Understand primary symptoms of conditions associated with each body system

·         Explain the absorption, distribution, metabolism, elimination, and bioavailability of drugs in the body

·         Communicate properly with customers

·         Understand laws and ethics in the pharmacy field 


COURSES INCLUDE---

Pharmacy Tech Textbook 

Pharmacy Tech Workbook

Pharmacy Math Calculations Textbook

Pharmacy Tech Exam Review Textbook


Cost $995
The MS Commission on Proprietary Schools and College Registration has not reviewed or approved any CEU or Workshops offered through Medical2 National Certification Agency.

Personal Care Aide-Online Self Study Program--$300
Learn about Personal Care Aide at home without spending a lot of time and money through the Medical2 self study program with online activities and exams. This program is designed to teach all the fundamentals of the Personal Care Aide who assist the elderly and/or those with disabilities with everyday tasks. Personal Care Aides may work in assisted living facilities or come to the person's home. Personal Care Aides provide companionship along with assisting the person with hygiene, running errands, household chores, and ensuring the person takes their medication. 

The program and exam will cover the topics such as :

  1. Medical terminology
  2. Hygiene
  3. Infection control
  4. Simple first aid or emergency
  5. Dementia

How the Program Works : Register, Read your book, complete online activities and exam. If you choose the complete home study program, your books and study guides will be sent out within 3-5 business days. You have a one year maximum assist to the online activities and exam.

Prerequisites

  • Must be 17 years old or older with a passion for helping others. 
  • Must be able to pass a federal background check. (extra charge).
  • Must have attempted high school (transcript to prove attendance), a diploma, or GED

Call 877-741-1996 if you have any questions.

Program Cost : $300  includes book or Kindle book, online activities, and exam 


Medical Office Assistant Complete Certification Program----$1495


Self Study with National Certification Exam


The program is a self study program that includes books, simulations, practice exams, and certification exam.

REQUIREMENTS---

  • Must be at least a high school graduate or passed GED.
  • A computer, tablet, or phone with internet services.

Medical Office Assistant is designed to give students the basic knowledge and skills necessary to work in a medical office setting. The Program includes the front office skills required for a smooth flow including scheduling, receiving, and discharging patients. Medical records, insurance claims, collections, purchasing and management is also emphasized. Medical Administrative Assistant graduates will find job opportunities are in physician's offices, hospitals, outpatient clinics, and other types of healthcare facilities.


Includes: 

Medical Office Administration- A Worktext

Simchart Simulation Code

Exam Practice Exercises

Simulation Exercises

A Day in the Clinic Practice Simulation 

2 attempts to pass Medical Office Administration National Certification Exam


Employment Opportunities-----Medical Administration Assistant, Medical Secretary, Medical Receptionist, Medical Office Specialist, Office Manager, Medical Records Clerk


This is special donation course. Please do not set any price for it. 

OB Tech Complete Home Study Program---$1295


Earn your National OB Tech Certification at home without spending a lot of time and money through Medical2 home study program with online exam. This program is designed to teach all the fundamentals of the Obstetric Technician who assists during labor and delivery, operating room, as well as many other OB/GYN procedures.  

The program and exam will cover the following topics:

  • Maternity Nursing
  • Assisting with Patient Care inside and outside of the OR
  • Surgical Instruments
  • Operating Room Technique
  • General charting

Provides an in depth review of maternity on a Registered Nurse's level to the OB Technician, as the OB Tech reports to and works directly with the RN in this position.


How the Program Works : Register, Study and prepare for exam. Take your exam anytime within one year maximum of the registration or when you get your books. If you choose the complete home study program, your books and study guides will be sent out within 3-5 business days.


Prerequisites : CNA, Patient Care Technician, Surgical Technician or Technician, EMT, Medical Assistant, Nursing Assistant, etc...Call 877-741-1996 if you have any questions.


Program Cost : $1295 Complete Home Study Program with two free OB Tech Certification exam, and if you fail the 2nd exam too, $50 per exam thereafter.

** If you are already a working OB Tech, or OB Surgical Tech and need certification only, you can now take the online certification exam anytime day or night! Go to OB certification exam on our website. The OB Tech Certification exam only without the complete program, cost is $150 for each attempt.


NO REFUNDS OR CANCELLATIONS FOR THIS PROGRAM. NO RETURN OR REFUND FOR BOOKS.


The MS Commission on Proprietary Schools and College Registration has not reviewed or approved any CEU or Workshops offered through Medical2 National Certification Agency.








Phlebotomy in-home Certification Program -- 

This is a hands-on, in-home study with online workshop.

Fee: $600 including the kit with insertion pad, manuals, online instructional training, .

·         Intense, 100% hands-on and online study with training videos.

·         Proven to provide you with the basic proper and necessary skills used in the field of phlebotomy including draws with evacuated systems, finger/heel sticks, and butterfly needles.

·         Designed to teach the serious individual how to draw blood, from the ground up or enhance their skills from previous training. 

·         Does consist of book reading, videos, online written exams, and submitted practical videos.

Participants will learn the proper handling, and concept of the procedure then proceed to the videos, and finally will prove competency on our specially designed manikins and live draws. Upon successful completion of the Workshop, the participant will receive a national certification.

Course starts with downloading or printing your manuals. You follow through the curriculum one step at a time. Printing instructions, watching videos, following instructions for practice with your equipment in your kit, taking online exams, and submitting videos of your practice then live sticks. You must pass all online exams and submitted videos to successfully completion of the course. There are no live online classes to attend. Student will have up to one year to complete the course

Prerequisites: The Medical2 Phlebotomy certification course is open to those who are at least 18 years of age with a high school diploma or GED, and medical background such as medical/healthcare-related courses, field work, training, or volunteering in a medical/healthcare setting. For questions call 877-741-1996 or email info@medical2.com.

Completion time: Up to 12 months, Kit is not shipped until Medical2 is paid in full $600. 

Kit includes practice pad, lancets, straight needles, butterflies, tourniquets, vacutainer hubs, tubes, and other necessary equipment to draw blood. 

Medical2 does not provide nor guarantee jobs. We provide CE Hours and skill enhancement services only. Continuing Ed Providers License Number:15509. "Provider approved by the California board of Registered Nursing." Because workshops are provided by Medical2 National Certification Agency, the MS Commission on Proprietary Schools and College Registration has not reviewed nor needs to approve these workshops or CEUs. 


Patient Care Technician Certification Exam--

This exam was devised for those individuals who have already acquired the proper training and experience required for a career as a Patient Care Technician. You must have completed a patient care technician program and provide us with proof by emailing help@medical2.com or faxing 407-233-1192 to be eligible for the exam. This is a multiple choice exam, covering all aspects of clerical procedures , with emphasis on medical ethics, communications, phlebotomy, electrocardiograms, clinical care, hospital care, pediatrics, and elder care.


 A Certified Patient Care Technician certificate will be awarded to those who successfully pass the exam.


Each certification exam is 100 questions with a passing score of 70 or greater as of December 28, 2020. A time limit of 3 hours is allowed. The exam is taken on our website with your login information provided at registration. It may be taken at your convenience 24/7. Your score is provided at the completion of the exam. Only one attempt per payment. Certificates are mailed within one week of completion but may be printed from the website also.


The exam cost is $125 per attempt.

Contact Medical2 with any questions at 877-741-1996 or by email at info@medical2.com .


Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam--

This exam was devised for those individuals who have already acquired the proper training and Pharmacy Technician experience required. According to the 2020 requirements, a candidate must provide proof they have completed a pharmacy technician program including externship or work experience as a pharmacy technician for a  minimum of 500 hours. Certificate/diploma from completion of the course or a letter from a pharmacy supervisor stating position, length of employment, and hours worked must be provided to us by emailing help@medical2.com or faxing 407-233-1192 to be eligible for the exam. 

This is a multiple choice exam, covering all aspects of regulations, clerical, and medication procedures of a technician in a pharmacy.  A national Pharmacy Technician certificate will be awarded to those who successfully pass the exam.

The following is the topics covered within the exam:

Pharmacy Regulations, Technician Duties, Pharmacy Process, Quality Assurance, Inventory Control, Billing and Reimbursement, Pharmacology

Drugs, Controlled Substances, Compounding, and Safety

Each certification exam is 100 questions with a passing score of 70 or greater as of December 28, 2020. . A time limit of 3 hours is allowed. The exam is taken on our website with your login information provided at registration. It may be taken at your convenience 24/7. Your score is provided at the completion of the exam. Only one attempt per payment. Certificates are mailed within one week of completion but may be printed from the website also.

The exam cost is $125 per attempt.

Contact Medical2 with any questions at 877-741-1996 or by email at info@medical2.com .


Medical Administrative Assistant Certification Exam--

This exam was devised for those individuals who have already acquired the proper training and experience required for a career in Medical Administrative Assistant. You must have completed a medical adminstrative assistant program and provide us with proof by emailing help@medical2.com or faxing 407-233-1192 to be eligible for the exam. This is a multiple choice exam, covering all aspects of clerical procedures , with emphasis on medical ethics, communications, basic billing and coding. A Certified Medical Administrative Assistant certificate will be awarded to those who successfully pass the exam.


Each certification exam is 100 questions with a passing score as of December 28, 2020  of 70 or greater. A time limit of 3 hours is allowed. The exam is taken on our website with your login information provided at registration. It may be taken at your convenience 24/7. Your score is provided at the completion of the exam. Only one attempt per payment. Certificates are mailed within one week of completion but may be printed from the website also.


The exam cost is $125 per attempt.

Contact Medical2 with any questions at 877-741-1996 or by email at info@medical2.com .


Intravenous Therapy Certification Exam--


This exam was devised for those individuals who have already acquired the proper training and experience required to insert, maintain, and discontinue Intravenous Therapy. You must have acquired previous training and experience for this exam and provide us the proof in order to take this online certification exam. This is a written exam, covering all aspects of Intravenous Therapy (basic and advanced), with Calculations. A Certification Certificate will be awarded to those who successfully pass the exam.


The following topics are covered within the exam: Anatomy & Physiology, Arterial Lines, Equipment, Blood Transfusion Therapy, Calculations, Central Lines, Fluids & Electrolytes, History of Intravenous Therapy, Infection Prevention & Control, IV Therapy Basics (i.e. Concepts, Medical Terminology, etc.), IV Therapy Technique, Parenteral Nutrition Therapy, and Uses of IV Therapy.


Each certification exam is 100 questions with a passing score of 70 or greater as of December 28, 2020. A time limit of 3 hours is allowed. The exam is taken on our website with your login information provided at registration. It may be taken at your convenience 24/7. Your score is provided at the completion of the exam. Only one attempt per payment. Certificates are mailed within one week of completion but may be printed from the website also.


The exam cost is $125 per attempt.

Contact Medical2 with any questions at 877-741-1996 or by email at info@medical2.com .

Medical Assistant Certification Exam--


This exam was devised for those individuals who have already acquired the proper training and experience required for a career in Medical Assisting. You must have completed a medical assistant program and provide us with proof by emailing help@medical2.com or faxing 407-233-1192 to be eligible for the exam. This is a multiple choice exam, covering all aspects of clerical and clinical procedures (basic and advanced), with emphasis on assisting in specialties, emergencies, and office surgical procedures. A Certified Medical Assistant certificate will be awarded to those who successfully pass the exam.

The following is an outline of the topics covered within the exam:

10% Standard Billing, Coding, and Payments

10% Medical Records

15% Labs and Diagnostics

10% Emergency and Surgical Procedures

10% Injections, Pathology Math, and Medicines

15%Assisting in Specialties, General Practice, and Infection Prevention

5% Communication, Laws, and Ethics

10%Assessment of the Patients

15% A & P

Each certification exam is 100 questions with a passing score as of December 28, 2020 of 70 or greater. A time limit of 3 hours is allowed. The exam is taken on our website with your login information provided at registration. It may be taken at your convenience 24/7. Your score is provided at the completion of the exam. Only one attempt per payment. Certificates are mailed within one week of completion but may be printed from the website also.

REQUIREMENTS:

To take the Medical Assistant certification exam, the Candidate must have completed a MA or nursing program. Proof must be sent to Medical2 for approval by emailing medical2.com or faxing 407-233-1192 before registering for the exam. 


Just attending a nurse program without completion or on the job training does not meet the requirements.

The exam cost is $125 per attempt.

Contact Medical2 with any questions at 877-741-1996 or by email at info@medical2.com .

OB Tech Online Exam--

This exam is offered to those who are already OB Technician, or the equivalent thereof, with at least six (6) months of clinical experience. Proper documentation of this experience is required. Provide proof of eligibility by emailing help@medical2.com or faxing 407-233-1192 .A Certified OB Technician certificate will be awarded to those who successfully pass the exam.

The exam will cover the following topics:

Maternity Nursing

Assisting with Patient Care inside and outside of the OR

Surgical Instruments

Operating Room Technique

General charting

Provides an in depth review of maternity on a Registered Nurse's level to the OB Technician, as the OB Tech reports to and works directly with the RN in this position.


Each certification exam is 100 questions with a passing score of 70 or greater as of December 28, 2020. A time limit of 3 hours is allowed. The exam is taken on our website with your login information provided at registration. It may be taken at your convenience 24/7. Your score is provided at the completion of the exam. Only one attempt per payment. Certificates are mailed within one week of completion but may be printed from the website also.


The exam cost is $150 per attempt.

Contact Medical2 with any questions at 877-741-1996 or by email at info@medical2.com .


Phlebotomy Certification Exam--

Earning a certification is a great way to advance your career in phlebotomy. Although certification isn’t required in most states, employers are inclined to hire phlebotomists with proper certification. This exam was devised for those individuals who have already acquired the proper training and experience required for a career in Phlebotomy.


Why take a Medical2 exam?

1. You do not travel to a special location. Medical2 exams are taken online with any computer by logging into the medical2.com website.

2. You do not wait for an assigned testing date. Medical2 exams are taken at anytime of day since it is an online exam. 

3. You do not feel like someone is watching you. Medical2 exams are proctored by recording using the computer camera.

4. You have a 3 hour time limit to complete 100 multiple choice questions.

5. Results are available immediately after completing the exam.

6. Upon successfully completing the exam, your certification is immediately available for printing.


Requirements:

1. Must be 18 years old or more.

2. Provide proof of 30 or more completed venipunctures, plus 10 or more completed lancet finger or heel sticks. This could be documented paperwork or if sticks are undocumented, a letter from employer stating your position, job description, and length of employment. The length of employment must at least be 3 months. This must be emailing help@medical2.com or faxing 407-233-1192. 

3, Access to a computer with internet and a camera.


This is a multiple-choice exam, covering all aspects of phlebotomy (basic and advanced), with emphasis on Safety Techniques and Special Procedures.

The following is an outline of the topics covered within the exam: Standard Venipuncture, Order Forms/Requisitions, Equipment, Labeling of Specimens, Tubes, Order of Draw, Procedural Issues, Vein Selection, Site Selection Finger sticks, Possible Complications, Medical Terminology, Infection Prevention & Control, Safety Techniques, Common Transmittable Diseases, Special Procedures: Butterflies, Bleeding Time Tests, Glucose Tolerance Tests, Arterial Draws (Blood Gases), Cold Agglutinin Tests, Blood Cultures, Fibrin Degradation Products (with knowledge of Thrombo-Wellco Test), Burn Victims, and Pediatrics.

Each certification exam is 100 questions with a passing score of 70 or greater. A time limit of 3 hours is allowed. The exam is taken on our website with your login information provided at registration. Since the exam is web-based and may be taken from any device with internet and video access. It may be taken at your convenience 24/7. Your score is provided at the completion of the exam. Only one attempt per payment. Certificates are mailed within one week of completion but may be printed from the website also.

Requirements must be met to attempt exam. The exam scoring is electronic. The Director is designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies or reconsiderations. Medical2 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nation origin, sex, disability, sexual orientation, or age.

 

Three attempts to pass the exam per person is allowed. The exam cost is $125 per attempt.

As of January 2021, 422 candidates have attempted the exam with 197 currently certified. 


Renewal of certifications are annual. The follow are the requirements to renew:

a.      A fee of $75 per year is required. Additional years may be purchased at one time. If the expiration date has past, a late fee of $25 is added the 10th day or $50 is added the 90th day after the expiration date. Fees may be made by logging into the website or by calling 877-741-1996 with a debit\credit card payment.

 

b.     In addition, the certified party must supply Medical2 will one of the following:

     I.        A letter from employer or supervisor stating the person’s position, job description, and length of employment or start date to prove experience in the last 3 years. If the employer is no longer in business, a coworker may supply the information. 

     II.        Photo of badge stating the employer, position of the person, and a date within the last 3 years.

    III.        Check stub stating the employer, position of the person and a date within the last 3 years.

    IV.        A letter stating the person’s number of volunteer hours, date of volunteer work, and with whom the volunteer work was completed. This must have been done in the last 3 years with at least 8 hours completed.

    V.        If not employed in the field of certification in the past 3 years, the person must complete and supply Medical2 with 2 CEUs in a field related to their certification field.

   VI.        If the party has been employed but the first three steps are unobtainable, the certified person must supply a notarized attestation may be presented in place of the letter from employer.

c.     If a certification has expired more than one year, an additional exam is required and $125 is fee charged. If the party has not been employed, volunteered, or obtained CEUs in the last 3 years, an additional exam is required and a$125 fee is charged.


 A Reciprocal Certification may be issued to replace the previous or similar certification if the candidate passed an equivalent exam. Their exam must have been given by a respected accredited certification agency.


          If you have any questions, contact Medical2 at 877-741-1996 or help@medical2.com .



Medical Billing and Coding Program--$4500--Learn from home--May live anywhere in Mississippi!

Medical Billing and Coding is all online instructor led courses with externship in a medical office near you.

The program is approximately 650 hours (32 weeks-8 months) and Externship of 40 hours(1 to 2 weeks) in a medical office near you. Students watch videos, complete homework, print powerpoints, practice simulations, and complete exams on our website according to the daily schedule at any time of day, on any device with internet connection. Twice a week from 8pm to 9pm, all course students will be in live class with an instructor to discuss course work with question and answer session.

Requirements for distance education---
  • A computer, tablet, or phone with internet capability
  • Internet services
  • Any program with video watching capability
  • A printer, optional

REQUIREMENTS---

  • Must be a resident of Mississippi.
  • Completed college application in the school office or on our website.  You will receive an email confirmation.
  • Copy of photo ID as proof you are least 18 years of age by the first day of externship.
  • Copy of your high school transcript, diploma, GED, or signed attestation as proof of completion.
  • Must be physically able to perform the employment skills of the program. Only if pre-existing conditions restrict and/or limit your abilities, a written statement from a physician stating limitations is required. The Director will inform the student if attending the program will not lead to employment due to limitations.
  • Interview with Director-considerations are ability to benefit, reason student wants to enter the program of choice, understanding the requirements of employment in the program of choice, ability to pass the courses, ability to pay fees.
  • Must have reliable internet connect
  • Program fees paid in full before externship

The Medical Billing and Coding Program is designed to give students the basic knowledge and skills necessary to verify medical bills are correctly and completely coding for electronically filing with medical insurance companies This program includes billing the insurance companies electronically and manually then posting payments from patients and insurance properly. Medical records, collections, and communication is also emphasized. The program is 32 weeks distance education online study courses then 40 hours externship. Graduates will find job opportunities are in physician's offices, hospitals, outpatient clinics, and other types of healthcare facilities.


MBC program
Admin  Tuition   Books   Total   TOTAL PD  Fee Due
Administrative Fees  $        225  $        225  $        225 Registration
MA1-CAREER DEV  $        150  $        150  $        300  $        525 5 Days Before
MA2-MED OFFICE  $        200  $        200  $        725 Beginning 3rd wk
MA3-EMR TERM  $        300  $        125  $        425  $    1,150 Beginning 6th wk
MA4-BILLCODE  $        300  $        300  $    1,450 Beginning 10th wk
MAA1-BILLCODE2  $        200  $        200  $    1,650 Beginning 14th wk
MA6-A&P  $        425  $        100  $        525  $    2,175 Beginning 18th wk
MBC1-BILLCODE3  $        750  $        750  $    1,500  $    3,675 Beginning 21st wk
MBC2-AUDITCODE  $        500  $        225  $        725  $    4,400 Beginning 29th wk
MBC3-Externship  $        100  $        100  $    4,500 Beginning 33rd wk
 $        225  $    2,925  $    1,350  $ 4,500    

OTHER FEES: Scrubs, and solid color closed toe shoes, $32 for federal background check

 

Delivery Model------ Distance Education Courses for 650 hours and Externship of 40 hours. Approximately 32 weeks plus externship.

 

Course Objectives---

  • Use basic procedural and diagnostic ICD-10 codes
  • Perform billing and collections procedures
  • Process insurance claims
  • Post payments from patient and insurance company along with adjustments
  • Create bank deposit
  • Prepare all claims in an ambulatory setting to be filed
  • Distinguish among Medicare Parts A, B, C, and D
  • Understand coding for diseases, diagnostics, and infections within different specialties areas.
  • Understanding of difference in outpatient and inpatient coding
  • Demonstrate ability to audit and code inpatient procedures
  • Demonstrate ability to audit and code physicians care inpatient and outpatient follow ups

Employment Opportunities--- Medical Billing and Coding, Medical Secretary or Receptionist, Medical Billing, Medical Coding, Medical Records Clerk, Accounts Receivables


Employment Outlook--Walk-in clinics, hospitals, physical therapy facilities, specialists, nursing homes, etc... All medical facilities must bill and code claims to insurance companies giving students many opportunities for employment.  The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that employment of medical records personnel is projected to grow 15 percent from 2014 to 2024, much faster than the average for all occupations. The demand for health services is expected to increase as the population ages. These changes have resulted in an ever-increasing demand for qualified medical coders.

 

Average Salary--Credentialed coders are on average paid more than the non-credentialed coder. According to the 2016 AAPC Salary Survey (which was the latest available upon publication of this text) the average annual salary for an AAPC member is $49,872. CPC®, the physician outpatient certification, pays on average $52,690, while members with specialty credentials have an average salary of $57,524.

 

Certification and Job Placement--To become certified, the graduate must pass a national exam. The student is responsible for the exam fee and transportation to/from testing center. Medical2 Career College will be working with employers to place as many graduates as possible. Medical2 Career College does not guarantee employment for any students.

 

COURSES INCLUDED ARE---

Career Development and Life Skills                                                            Anatomy and Physiology 

Medical Records and Terminology                                                             Medical Billing and Coding I

Medical Billing and Coding II                                                                       Medical Communications

Medical Terminology                                                                                    Medical Billing and Coding III

Advanced Auditing and Coding                                                                  Externship


Medical 2 Inc is licensed by the Mississippi Commission on Proprietary School and College Registration, Certificate No. C675 and Mississippi Department of Health. Approved to DBA...Medical2 Career College.



Patient Care Technician Program----$1525 plus $125 for certification exam 

Classroom classes in Tupelo.   *** First, a CNA class must be completed in the last 5 years. 

The Patient Care Technician Program provides the student with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide personal care to patients, perform an electrocardiogram, phlebotomy, and urinalysis. The course also covers emergency care, patient assessment, wound care, OB care, pediatric care, surgical care, mental health, and hospice. The program consists of Medical Terminology, and Patient Care Tech. After CNA graduation, the student has a three-week online course for Medical Terminology. The student will be completing the quizzes and exams at their convenience on any internet device by the deadline. The PCT portion includes 4 weeks online course then students are in the classroom from 1p to 5p on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in the last 2 weeks. 


REQUIREMENTS---

  • Certificate of Completion of a CNA program in the last 5 years
  • Must be a resident of Mississippi
  • Completed college application in the school office or on our website. You will receive an email confirmation. 
  • Copy of photo ID as proof you are least 18 years of age.
  • Copy of your high school transcript, diploma, GED, or signed attestation as proof of completion.
  • Must be physically able to perform the employment skills of the program. Only if pre-existing conditions restrict and/or limit your abilities, a written statement from a physician stating limitations is required. The Director will inform the student if attending the program will not lead to employment due to limitations.
  • Interview with Director-considerations are ability to benefit, reason student wants to enter the program of choice, understanding the requirements of employment in the program of choice, ability to pass the courses, ability to pay fees.
  • Program fees paid in full at the end of each section. 

Payments are $300 down and $150 a week for 9 wks

Admin  Tuition   Books   Total 
Administrative Fees  $        250  $        250
MT1-MTINTRO  $        200  $        150  $        350
PCT - PCT  $        650  $        275  $        925
PCT Certification Exam  $        125  $        125
 $        375  $        850  $        425  $    1,650



Course Objectives---

ü  Ability to care for residents’ or patients’ personal needs while assisting the nursing staff by notifying them of physical, emotional, or mental changes.

ü  Ability to perform blood and specimen draws then processing them.

ü  Ability to perform electrocardiogram

ü  Assist or perform patient assessments

ü  Knowledge of emergency care

ü  Knowledge of care for the surgical patient

ü  Knowledge of wound care, pressure ulcers, rehabilitative and restorative care

ü  Knowledge of special care concerns for pre and post birth of mother and child

ü  Knowledge of care of the older adult and end of life care

ü  Knowledge of patients with mental health needs and chronic conditions


Patient Care Technician---Medical Terminology and PCT Portion


Medical Terminology is a three week online course. You will be completing the quizzes and exams at your convenience on any internet device by the deadline given. The PCT portion is six weeks online courses. During the last 4 weeks online courses, you also will be  in the classroom from 1pm to 5pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays in the last 2 weeks.

You will also need-----

First day---

Small notebook, Pen and Highlighter

Textbooks

A copy of your high school diploma, GED, or transcript if need 

Internet access 

Photo ID

Signed admission paperwork


The last 2 weeks---

Scrubs (Scrubs Elite and Scrubs & Company give 25% for Medical2 Career College students----wear to classroom & clinicals)

Stethoscope and Watch with second hand(can purchase as scrub store, Walmart, or drug store)

 

  

OTHER FEES: Scrubs, stethoscope

 

Delivery Model------Intro to Medical Terminology is an online course for 3 weeks, Distance 45 hours. Last, is PCT course which is Residential 24 hours and Distance 63 hours. 


Course Objectives--- 

ü  Ability to care for residents’ or patients’ personal needs while assisting the nursing staff by notifying them of physical, emotional, or mental changes.

ü  Ability to perform blood and specimen draws then processing them.

ü  Ability to perform electrocardiogram

ü  Assist or perform patient assessments

ü  Knowledge of emergency care

ü  Knowledge of care for the surgical patient

ü  Knowledge of wound care, pressure ulcers, rehabilitative and restorative care

ü  Knowledge of special care concerns for pre and post birth of mother and child

ü  Knowledge of care of the older adult and end of life care

ü  Knowledge of patients with mental health needs and chronic conditions

 

COURSES INCLUDE----

Previous - Certified Nurse Assistant

Medical Terminology

Patient Care Tech


Employment Opportunities--- Patient Care Technician, Phlebotomist, EKG assistant, Specimen Collections, Patient Assessment, Certified Nurse Assistant, Nurse Assistant, Personal Care Giver, Surgical Care Assistant, Obstetrics Care Giver.  Potential employers are nursing homes, hospitals, or home health agencies.

 

Employment Outlook--- From specialists to nurse practitioner’s walk-in clinics, Tupelo, Mississippi is the core of medical care facilities for North Mississippi giving students many opportunities for employment. The Bureau of Labor Statistics states “Employment of healthcare occupations is projected to grow 18 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations, adding about 2.4 million new jobs. Healthcare occupations are projected to add more jobs than any of the other occupational groups.” The U.S. Department of Labor projects the growth for Patient Care Technician jobs to increase 11% by 2026.

 

Average Salary--- PCTs earned an average salary of $26,590 in 2016, and employment of PCTs is expected to grow 11 percent through 2026.

 

Certification and Job Placement ---Certified Nurse Assistants must graduate and pass the CNA state exam to become eligible for employment in a long term care facility. To become PCT certified, the graduate must pass a national exam. The graduate may also take the phlebotomy national certification exam. Medical2 Career College will be working with employers to place as many graduates as possible. Potential employers are nursing homes, hospitals, or home health agencies.

 

Medical 2 Inc is licensed by the Mississippi Commission on Proprietary School and College Registration, Certificate No. C675 and Mississippi Department of Health. Approved to DBA...Medical2 Career College.


CNA Program--$1200-- All classes beginning after April 1, 2022 the price of the CNA program is $1200.


The Certified Nurse Assistant program provides the necessary skills for employment in the medical community. The program includes lectures, discussions, and exams on basic nursing. Also, included is 23 CNA step-by-step skills such as denture care, feeding, bathing, cathcare, vital signs, pericare, and more. 


Class times--see Schedule for Start Dates-----


  •  40 online live hours (10-4hr classes) on Mon, Tues, and Thurs
  • approx. 16 hours online out of class exams/video/power point hours
  • 16 hours (2-8 hour days) in person classroom skill check offs
  • 16 hours (2-8 hour days) in person clinical hours at an area long term care facility

  1. Day class---  9am to 1pm live instructor led online classes for 3 weeks then Monday. Tuesday and Thursday in the 4th week both 8 hour days for skill training and checkoffs followed by Saturday/Sunday both 8 hour days for clinicals.    
  2. Night class---5:30-9:30pm live instructor led online classes for 3 weeks then Monday. Saturday/Sunday the 3rd weekend both 8 hour days for skill training and checkoffs followed by Saturday/Sunday both 8 hour days for clinicals.    


REQUIREMENTS for CNA program---

  • Must be a resident of Mississippi
  • Completed college application in the school office or on our website.  You will receive an email confirmation.
  • Copy of photo ID as proof you are least 17 years of age. If 17 years of age, provide a signed parental consent form is required.
  • Copy of your high school transcript as proof you attempted high school by did not complete it, diploma, GED, or signed attestation.
  • Must be physically able to perform the employment skills of the program. Only if pre-existing conditions restrict and/or limit your abilities, a written statement from a physician stating limitations is required. The Director will inform the student if attending the program will not lead to employment due to limitations.
  • Interview with Director-considerations are ability to benefit, reason student wants to enter the program of choice, understanding the requirements of employment in the program of choice, ability to pass the courses, ability to pay fees or financial aide, if available.
  • Complete federal criminal background check
  • Negative findings on state abuse registry
  • Proof of 2 Covid vaccination injections
  • Negative TB test results before clinicals
  • Proof of an influenza vaccination before clinicals if clinicals are between October 1 and March 31
  • Proof of Hep B and Tetanus is up to date before clinicals (not during COVID)
  • Program fees paid in full by graduation


FEES: 

$350    Administration, Educational, and Technology  

$850    Tuition

$1200  Total  


Tupelo- $350 down and $170 a week for 5 weeks



OTHER FEES:  Scrubs, stethoscope, $32 federal background check, TB test,  Covid vaccination 

                        MMR, Hep B, and Tetanus vaccinations up to date (not during COVID), and influenza vaccination (Oct 1 to March 1)

Delivery Model------Residential (classroom) 72 hours and Clinicals in long term care facility 16 hours, Exams, skill and chapter videos are on website-May be viewed or completed out of class


Course Objective---CNAs take care of residents’ or patients’ personal needs while assisting the nursing staff by notifying them of physical, emotional, or mental changes in the resident or patient. Certified Nurse Assistants must graduate and pass the CNA state exam to become eligible for employment in a long term care facility.


Employment Outlook---Within a 60 mile radius of Medical2 Career College in Tupelo, MS, there is 13 hospitals according to the Directory of Mississippi Facilities. The Directory also list 45 long term care nursing facilities, 33 assisted living homes, and numerous home health agencies and hospice care. According to the most current Department of Labor statistics reported in May 2015 for Mississippi, CNAs and Home Health Aides total more than 20,000 employed.


Employment Opportunities--- Certified Nurse Assistant, Nurse Assistant, or Personal Care Giver. Potential employers are nursing homes, hospitals, or home health agencies.


Average Salary---The typical annual salary for a Certified Nurse Assistant in Mississippi is $21,278, based on $10.23 per hour at 40 hours a week for 52 weeks. In 2022, the typical starting salary for a Certified Nurse Assistant in Mississippi is $13.00 per hour.


Medical2 Career College Graduates---Stats are provided from graduates from 7/1/15 to 6/30/16

Graduates employed in the field 77.4%

Graduates attempted certification 71.13%

Of the attempted, passed certification 79.7%


Certification and Job Placement ---Certified Nurse Assistants must graduate and pass the CNA state exam to become eligible for employment in a long term care facility. The student is responsible for transportation to/from testing center. Medical2 Career College will be working with employers to place as many graduates as possible. Potential employers are nursing homes, hospitals, or home health agencies.


Medical 2 Inc is licensed by the Mississippi Commission on Proprietary School and College Registration, Certificate No. C675 and Mississippi Department of Health. Approved to DBA...Medical2 Career College.

CAREER DEV--Career Development and Life Skills

Students will learn test-taking strategies, the history of medicine, types of medical healthcare facilities, and the types of facility staff members. Students will have the opportunity to learn the importance of professionalism and listening skills. This course provides strategies for finding employment opportunities completing a correct resume, interview techniques, and the art of negotiating the job. Life skills of conduct, appearance, and professionalism not only to obtain employment but to also retain employment.


Graduates will be able to:

  • Implement strategies to assist with test-taking

  • Understand the history of medicine

  • List the types of medical healthcare facilities

  • Describe the types of facility staff members

  • Apply the importance of professionalism and listening skills

  • Perform the essential requirements for employment, such as resume writing, effective interviewing, dressing professionally, time management, and following up appropriately

  • Exercise life skills of conduct, appearance, and professionalism, not only to obtain employment but to also retain employment

  • Explain what continuing education is and how it is acquired

  • Describe current employment outlook for the medical assistants

  • Compare allied health professions with their relation to medical assisting

  • Understand the medical assistant requirements for credentialing, the process and importance to obtain the credentials


Basic Medical Billing and Coding, Basic Health Insurance, Colllections

Medical Billing and Coding II 

Students will be instructed in the advanced concepts to billing and coding. Both procedural and diagnostic ICD-10 codes will be included for the student to properly process insurance claims in an ambulatory setting.  Association with the insurance companies including Medicare and Medicaid are emphasized. In addition, the student gains knowledge to collect from the past due accounts.


Graduates will be able to:

  • Prepare all claims in an ambulatory setting to be filed

  • Verify all coding is correct

  • Correct any coding as needed

  • File claims

  • Apply insurance payments

  • Communication with all insurance companies

  • Collect past due accounts


MED OFFICE--Medical Office Procedure

The front office procedures include telephone techniques, scheduling appointments, proper communication skills with patients during greeting, admitting, and discharging patients are taught. Computer concepts with written communication and mail processing are emphasis also. Administration duties are designed to provide the student with obtaining the correct finance records, human resources knowledge, and customer service issues.


Graduates will be able to:

  • Describe how a computer works, networking systems, and how the computer has helped streamline the medical office

  • Demonstrate the correct telephone techniques

  • Schedule appointments

  • Exercise professional verbal communication skills with patients during greeting, admitting, and discharging patients, including patients with abnormal behavior patterns, cultural differences, or terminal illnesses

  • Maintain proper inventory of supplies and asset list of equipment

  • Become a Team player to attain optimal patient health outcomes

  • Use professional written communication with patients

  • Explain the importance of Administration finance records

  • Control issues, conflicts, and communication between staff members for a smooth work environment

  • Understand the supervision duties and human resource management

  • Deal with customer service issues

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the core competencies for Interprofessional Collaborative Practice; deliberately working together

    with the common goal of building a safer and better patient-centered healthcare system

  • Exhibit compliance with HIPAA guidelines, the ADA Amendments Act, and the Health Information Technology (HITECH) Act, Code of Ethics, local, state, and federal regulations related to the medical field


EMR TERM--Medical Records & Terminology

Whether it is the paper medical record or the electronic record system, students will learn how to use the patient's record to process sick or well patients in an ambulatory setting. Medical terminology is introduced to students proper charting. Simulation of EMR system will be used for exercises.

Graduates will be able to:

  • Navigate electronic health records systems and practice management software

  • Preform basic computer skills

  • Schedule appointment and process new patient’s forms

  • Admit patient when arriving

  • Process patient’s personal information into a chart

  • Prepare Certificate to Return to Work, appointment reminders, Medical Records Release Form, Incident Report, Referral Form, and Prior Authorization Request Form

  • Complete Office Inventory Form

  • Update Patient Demographics and Complete Advance Directive

  • Send missed appointment email

  • Understand the basic medical terminology

  • Build and dissect medical terminology from roots and suffixes to understand the word element combinations

Introduction to Medical Assistant Profession

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