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MEDICAL ASSISTING CERTIFICATION EXAM BOOT CAMP

Monday, February 8th and Tuesday, February 9th

The 2-day Medical Assisting Certification Boot Camp will be held during the 2nd week of the semester break. As part of the registration process, please construct a 250-word essay on the importance of the CMA certification. Please submit application no later than Friday, February 5, 2016.

Email your essay to Dr. Sedhom (nsedhom@asa.edu), or submit the application form in Room P-309 in the Brooklyn location Pearl street building or in Room M-625 Manhattan campus.

Download Application

Download Bootcamp Application Here.

Day 1   Monday, February 8, 2016

FROMTOACTIVITYINSTRUCTOR

ROOM

8:459:00Registration

M 610

9:0011:00Lab1 and Lab2 and MicrobiologyDr. Sedhom

M 610

11:0012:30Medical terminologyDr. Hassan

M 610

12:301:00Lunch Break
1:003:00Anatomy and PhysiologyDr. Cometa

M 610

3:004:30Med. ReimbursementMs. Gaonkar

M 610

Day 2    Tuesday, February 9, 2016

FROMTOACTIVITYINSTRUCTOR

ROOM

8:459:00Registration

M 610

9:0010:00Law and EthicsMs. Zulaybar

M 610

10:0011:30Financial ManagementMS. Zulaybar

M 610

11:301:00Administrative ProceduresMs. Miller

1:001:30Lunch Break
1:302:30PharmacologyDr. LibbyM 610
2:303:30COPDr. Afroz

M 610

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