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Certified Medical Assistant Bootcamp Registration

Register online to attend the Certified Medical Assistant Bootcamp in preparation for the CMA exam.

To be a Certified Medical Assistant you MUST pass this mandatory exam. Students are urged to attend and take advantage of the classes in preparation for their exam.

The comprehensive three-day bootcamp session will cover all Medical Assisting-related courses and will be held at 81 Willoughby St (Brooklyn Campus) from February 10-12, 2014.

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APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED NO LATER THAN OCTOBER 1, 2014

BOOTCAMP DETAILS

DATE: FEBRUARY 10, 2014 TO FEBRUARY 12, 2014
LOCATION: 81 WILLOUGHBY STREET ROOM: W-208
SEE DETAILED CLASS SCHEDULE BELOW

YOU MUST SUBMIT AN APPLICATION TO ATTEND THE CMA BOOTCAMP. BECAUSE SEATS ARE LIMITED, ALL APPLICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO REVIEW.

APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED NO LATER THAN JANUARY 31, 2014

For any inquiries, please contact Prof. Zulaybar.

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