MEA 235 - Clinical II
Prerequisite: Successful completion of
Description: Covers the competencies required of a medical assistant in the clinical setting, including pathophysiology of disease and disorders of the 11 body systems including diagnostic tools and treatments. Includes assisting with clinical procedures for different medical specialties, positioning for exams, charting and documentation, screening for hearing and vision abnormalities, ambulatory aids, and preparing the patient for examinations and tests. The scope of practice of the medical assistant, as well as learning how to work as part of a team in the medical office will be emphasized throughout the course.
Lecture Hours: 1
Lab Hours: 6
Notes: This course will be retired in Fall 2020-21 academic year.
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