Medical2 Career College

  • 1830A North Gloster Street, Tupelo, MS 38804. Two miles south of the Mall at Barnes Crossing. Beside Planet Fitness.
Why choose Medical2 Career College?

  • Private College
  • Numerous class times
  • Work keys exam not required by the school
  • Payment plans available

Programs ---

  • Certified Nurse Assistant- 3 class times. 6, 8,  or 11 weeks of which 16 hours is clinicals.
  • Medical Assistant- 6 months on line, 5 weeks in class for skills, then 4 weeks externship.
  • Medical Administrative Assistant- 13 weeks on line then 2 weeks externship. 
Complete application online. You will receive a call to set up personal interview. Call 877-741-1996 for questions.

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.


FEES: 

$1575    Administration, Educational, and Technology

$2925   Tuition

$4500   Total 

 
Payment Plan- $565 monthly for 8 payments on AutoPay 

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.



Pharmacy Technician Program----$2900 Learn from home

CVS pharWalgreens

May live anywhere in Mississippi!

Pharmacy Tech  program is an all online  instructor led program with externship at WALGREENS OR CVS or another pharmacy near you with possible employment opportunities.

The program is approximately 450 hours (21 weeks-5 months) and Externship of 160 hours(4 to 8 weeks) in a Walgreens or CVS or another pharmacy , no matter where is Mississippi you are located. 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 7pm to 8pm, 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.
  • Complete criminal background check with no felonies
  • Program fees paid in full before externship

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 student 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.

 

FEES

$ 725    Administration, Educational, and Technology

$2175   Tuition

$2900   Total 

 

Payment Plan- $580 for 5 monthly payments on AutoPay


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

 

Delivery Model------ Distance Education, online courses for 450 hours and Externship of 160 hours. Approximately 21 weeks (5 months) plus 160 hours externship.                                                                                                  

 

Employment Opportunities--- Pharmacy Technician

 

Employment Outlook--- Pharmacies are popping up on every corner giving students many opportunities for employment. The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that employment of pharmacy techs will increase 12% from 2016 to 2026. The number of reported jobs in 2016 was 402,500.

 

Average Salary--- According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median pay for pharmacy technicians in 2017 was $15.26 per hour or $31,750 per year.

 

Certification and Job Placement --- For Mississipppi residents, you must be start registered before externship. 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. Employment opportunities with Walgreens or CVS after externship are possible, but not guaranteed.


Course Objectives---

ü  Discuss advances in drug therapy and vaccinations
ü  Describe the different between opiates and opioids
ü  Calculate infusion and drop rate
ü  Apply pharmaceutical calculations 
ü Classify drugs using the drug schedules under the Controlled Substance Act (CSA)
ü  Understand primary symptoms of conditions associated with each body system
ü  Explain the absorption, distribution, metabolism, elimination, and bio-availability of drugs in the body
ü  Communicate properly with customers
ü  Understand laws and ethics in the pharmacy field 


COURSES INCLUDE---

Introduction to Pharmacy Tech                                            Pharmaceutical Math

Pharmacy Practice                                                                  Pharmacology

CPhT Exam Review                                                                  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----$2500 

Classroom classes in Tupelo. Coming soon to Cleveland and Greenville.

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 consist of the Certified Nurse Assistant program with 96 hours in the classroom. This may be done with the 6 week Monday through Thursday 9am-1pm morning class, the 8 week Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 5p-9p night class, or 12 week Saturday 8a-4:30p class. 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 brings students back into the classroom from 1p to 5p for 3 days a week for 6 weeks. 


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.
  • 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.
  • Complete criminal background check with no felonies
  • Negative findings on state abuse CNA registry
  • Negative TB test results
  • Proof of an influenza vaccination if clinicals are between October 1 and March 31
  • Program fees paid in full at the end of each section. 


FEES

$350     CNA - Administration, Educational, and Technology

$650     CNA - Tuition

$525     PCT - Administration, Educational, and Technology

$850     PCT - Tuition

$125     Choice of Phlebotomy Certification Exam or Patient Care Tech Certification Exam

$2500   Total 


CNA portion - $200 down and $135 per week for 6 weeks. 
PCT portion  - $170 per week for 9 weeks



 ****If you have already passed a C.N.A. program in the last 5 years, you do not retake CNA portion and may deduct $1000 from the total cost.

OTHER FEES: Scrubs, stethoscope, $32 federal background check, TB test, and influenza vaccination (Oct 1 to March 1)

 

Delivery Model------CNA portion is Residential 80 hours, Distance 15 hours, and Clinicals in long term care facility 16 hours during your choice of 6, 8, or 12 week program. Intro to Medical Terminology is an online course for 3 weeks, Distance 45 hours. Last, is PCT course which is Residential 72 hours and Distance 15 hours. It is held 3 days a week 1pm to 5pm for 6 weeks.

 

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----

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----$1000 

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 24 CNA step-by-step skills such as denture care, feeding, bathing, cathcare, vital signs, pericare, and more.


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.


Day classes are 9am to 1pm Monday through Thursday for 6 weeks in Tupelo and soon in Greenville


Evening classes are 5pm to 9pm Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays for 8 weeks in Tupelo and Cleveland and soon in Greenville


Weekend classes are 8am to 4:30pm, Saturdays for 12 weeks 


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 17 years of age. If 17 years of age, provide a signed parental consent form is required.
  • Copy of your high school transcript, diploma, GED, or signed attestation. For C.N.A. program, high school transcript as proof you attempted high school.
  • 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
  • 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
  • Program fees paid in full by graduation


FEES: 

$350    Administration, Educational, and Technology  

$650    Tuition

$1000  Total  (Payment plan will discussed in interview)


Tupelo- $200 down and $135 a week for 6 weeks

Greenville and Cleveland - $500 down and $100 a week for 5 weeks


OTHER FEES:  Scrubs, stethoscope, $32 federal background check, TB test, Hep B and Tetanus vaccinations up to date, and influenza vaccination (Oct 1 to March 1)

Delivery Model------Residential (classroom) 80 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 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.


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.

Medical Administrative Assistant Program----$1900  Learn from home

May live anywhere in Mississippi!


Medical Administrative Assistant program is all online instructor led courses with externship in a medical office near you.


The program is approximately 330 hours (16 weeks - 4 months) and 40 hours (1 to 2 weeks) externship .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.
  • 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 
  • A copy of your high school transcript, diploma, GED, or signed attestation.
  • A 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.
  • Must be physically able to perform the employment skills of the program. Only if any 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.
  • All fees paid in full before externship

Medical Administrative Assistant is designed to give students the basic knowledge and skills necessary to work in an administrative or 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. Included in the program is a 16 weeks distance education program all online study courses then 40 hours externship. Medical Administrative Assistant graduates will find job opportunities are in physician's offices, hospitals, outpatient clinics, and other types of healthcare facilities.


FEES: 

$ 550       Administration, Educational, and Technological Fees 

$1350     Tuition

$1900     Total


Payment Plan- $475 for 4 monthly payments on AutoPay


OTHER FEES:   Scrubs and closed toe shoes for externship

Method of Delivery--330 hours Distance Education and 40 hours Externship


COURSES INCLUDE---

Career Development and Life Skills                                     Medical Office Procedures

Medical Records and Terminology                                       Medical Billing and Coding I

Medical Billing and Coding II                                                 Medical Communications

Externship


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


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. According to the most current Department of Labor statistics reported in May 2015 for Mississippi, Records and Health Information Tech, Healthcare Support Occupations, and Healthcare Support Workers total more than 35,750 employed.


Average Salary---The average annual salary in Mississippi is $23,420, based on $11.26 per hour at 40 hours a week for 52 weeks. The top of the range of wages is $50, 148 based on $24.11 per hour.

Medical 2 Inc is licensed by the Mississippi Commission on Proprietary School and College Registration, Certificate No. C675.

Medical Assistant Program - $6200 


Learn from home the first 3 months then add Friday in classroom the next 5 1/2 months followed by 160 hours externship in a medical clinical ! 


The program is approximately 670 hours (37 weeks-8 to 9 months) and Externship of 160 hours(4 to 8 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

Admission REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be a resident of Mississippi.

  • A completed college application in the school office on on our website. You will receive an email confirmation.
  • Attest to criminal background check with no felonies
  • 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
  • A copy of your high school transcript, diploma, GED, or signed attestation.
  • A 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.
  • Must be physically able to perform the employment skills of the program. If any 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.

Addition Requirements before Externship

  • Hepatitis B vaccine, Negative TB test results, and Vaccination shot records
  • Program fees paid in full
  • Criminal background check with no felony convictions
  • If accepted, understand Mississippi law requires background checks for individuals seeking employment in a health care facility providing direct patient care that are regulated by the Mississippi Department of Health. You will be responsible for the cost and delivery of the results to Medical2 Career College.


The Medical Assistant – Clinical & Administrative Program is designed to give students the basic knowledge and skills necessary to work as a team member in a health care setting. Emphasis is placed on both back office clinical as well as front office administrative skills. The Clinical portion of the MA Program is designed to prepare the student to guide patients through an ambulatory setting such as a doctor's office or medical clinic beginning with obtaining vital signs and assessment, phlebotomy, exam room assistance, EKGS, administering medicines, assigning and preparing patients for procedures, and sterilizing equipment. The administrative portion of the MA 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. The program of study includes distance education online courses for 510 hours, classroom lab training for 160 hours, and 160 hours of hands externship. 

The program is an average of 37 weeks plus 160 externship hours.  

FEES: 

$1450   Administration, Educational, and Technology

$4750   Tuition

$6200   Total 


Payment Plan- $775 monthly for 8 payments on AutoPay 

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

Method of Delivery-- Distance education online courses for 510 hours, Classroom lab training for 160 hours, and 160 hours of hands externship.----TOTAL 830 HOURS 


COURSES INCLUDE---

Career Development and Life Skills                                                 Medical Office Procedures

Medical Records and Terminology                                                   Medical Billing and Coding I

Anatomy and Physiology                                                                   Introduction to Medical Assistant

Medical Terminology                                                                          Basic Fundamentals for Clinical MA

Assisting with Medical Specialties                                                    Diagnostic Procedures

Assisting with Office Emergencies and Surgical Procedures       Externship

Diploma and Job Placement---Medical Assistant student must meet all requirements to graduate and receive your diploma. To become national certified, the graduate must pass the national MA exam. The student is responsible for the exam fee and transportation to/from testing center. M2CC will be working with employers to place as many graduates as possible. The MA graduates will be eligible for clinical or clerical entry level medical assistant position in the medical field. M2CC does not guarantee employment for any students.


Employment Opportunities---According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the skills the graduate will receive, the medical assistant graduate may be prepared to meet the requirements for various

occupational titles, including:

• Medical assistant (MA)

• Certified medical assistant (CMA)

• Registered medical assistant (RMA)

• Administrative medical assistant

• Clinical medical assistant

• Chiropractor assistant or technician

• Podiatric medical assistant

• Medical records technician

• Medical insurance coding specialist or coder

• Medical secretary or executive assistant

• Medical reception or receptionist

• Physician’s assistant

• Medical office assistant

• Electrocardiography technician

• Phlebotomist


Employment Outlook----According to the Department of Labor statistics Quick Facts:

The job outlook is much faster than average for all occupations. Employment of medical assistants is projected to grow 23 percent from 2014 to 2024. The growth of the aging baby-boom population will continue to increase demand for preventive medical services, which are often provided by physicians. As their practices expand, physicians will hire more assistants to perform routine administrative and clinical duties, allowing the physicians to see more patients.

Since MA is a national certification, we looked at the national employment numbers. The number of jobs in 2014 was 591,300 is the United States. Medical Assistants in the Tupelo area has used at the hospital, OBGYN offices, Dermatologist, Acute or Urgent Care facilities, Cardiology, Rural Clinics, and more.


Average Salary----According to the Department of Labor statistics Quick Facts: Medical Assistants 2015, Median Pay is $30,590 per year, Entry level $14.71 per hour. Salaries typically start from $20,390 and go up to$38,280. According to allhealthcare.monster.com, Mississippi is in the bottom 10 states with Medical Assistant wages at an average of $14.30.


Medical 2 Inc is licensed by the Mississippi Commission on Proprietary School and College Registration, Certificate No. C675.