Medical Assistant Technology Training at Lincoln Tech

MEDICAL ASSISTANT TECHNOLOGY TRAINING

Learn what it takes to become a qualified practitioner in office administrative skills and direct patient care. Lincoln Tech’s Medical Assistant Technology training prepares you for the Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) certification exam, and you can earn your Associate degree* in Medical Assisting Technology in about a year.

BOOST YOUR CAREER

Learn from experienced instructors to practice patient preparation by taking vital signs and patient histories, and master injection techniques and sterilization procedures.

Lincoln Tech’s Medical Assistant Technology training program offers:

  • Software and other medical assistant computer programs.
  • Doctor’s Office Classrooms (DOC) to simulate professional medical offices.
  • Computerized simulation mannequins to teach students how to interact with real patients.

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CAMPUSES OFFERING MEDICAL ASSISTANT TECHNOLOGY TRAINING

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over 20 locations

Lincoln has over 20 campuses across the United States, each featuring select programs.

Free Application

We’re waiving our application fee! Apply now to take advantage of this limited-time promotion.

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20 Million Dollars

In 2024 Lincoln Schools are awarding more than $20 million in grants and scholarships to qualified students nationally—you could be next!

LAUNCH YOUR CAREER AT LINCOLN TECH

If you’ve got the dream and drive to work with your hands in a fast-moving career field, then it’s time you turn to Lincoln Tech. Auto, Diesel, Skilled Trades, Healthcare, Cosmetology or Culinary Arts—our campuses have the training and connections you need to make it a reality.

STUDENT TESTIMONIAL

“Lincoln has excellent professors and administrative team and provide students with all the equipment, material, and help they need to achieve their goals.”

Karina Feliz | Medical Assistant Graduate