Medical Assisting Program Graduate
Medical assisting is a fantastic career option for compassionate and community-oriented individuals looking to begin a career in healthcare, one of the fastest-growing industries in the nation. By training at our Medical Assistant Program in Florida, you can develop sought-after technical skills, build a stable career, and explore future opportunities in the healthcare field.
At Fortis, we empower our students through hands-on training that prepares them to perform the important administrative and clinical tasks that keep offices and clinics running at an optimal level.
By training at our Cutler Bay Medical Assisting Program, you will also gain valuable skills that support doctors in addressing patients’ needs. Medical assisting will not only allow you to provide a good living for you and your family, but also make a positive impact on the health of your community
Through our Medical Assistant Program in Florida, Fortis will train you how to rise to the challenge in a variety of healthcare environments. Our career services team will help you discover the many possible paths you can take within the medical field.
Medical Assisting Program Graduate
Fortis is proud to be one of two colleges in the Cutler Bay area preparing students for high-growth careers such as healthcare. When you graduate from Fortis’ Medical Assistant School in Florida, you will be well-positioned to find employment in the healthcare field as an entry-level medical assistant and start giving back to this local community.
You could pursue employment at a local healthcare center, such as Cutler Ridge Medical Center or Cutler Bay Medical Center, or pursue one in a neighboring community, including Baptist Health Homestead Hospital in Homestead or Jackson South Community Hospital in Palmetto Bay.
As a resident of Cutler Bay, you can take advantage of its location near scenic Biscayne Bay. The area is also known for great dining and shopping options, as well as being the home of Zoo Miami. Cutler Bay is a suburb of Miami with temperatures in the high 70s and 80s nearly all year long, which makes it a pleasant place to live and work.
Should you need the amenities of a bigger city like Miami or Coral Gables, both are easy to reach by car in less than 40 minutes.
Throughout your training at our Medical Assistant Program in Florida, you will build the valuable medical skills required for various healthcare settings. Upon graduation, you will leave Fortis feeling prepared for a variety of possible career paths in this high-growth field.
Come visit our Florida Medical Assistant Program campus so you can experience firsthand all that we have to offer. Our campus is located between West Perrine and Goulds, near the Palmetto Golf Course.
From Westchester: Take FL-826 S to FL-874 S to Caribbean Blvd. in Cutler Bay. Take exit 12 from the Ronald Reagan Turnpike. Follow Caribbean Blvd. and US-1N to our campus on S Dixie Hwy.
From Naranja: Take US-1N and then turn left onto Belview Ln. Turn left and our campus will be on your right.
Programs vary by state and campus. Not all programs are offered at all locations. Contact local campus for accreditation information.
To learn more about medical assisting, we suggest you read several of our blog articles including Career Development for Allied Health and Medical Assisting Students, How to Choose Your Medical Assisting Niche, and Medical Assisting: Three Reasons This Might the Career For You.
You can begin the admissions process right now by completing our online Information Request Form or by calling us at 855.436.7847. You will be able to talk with an admissions advisor who can help you.
Our instructors are experienced and knowledgeable professionals who truly care about your success. They not only deliver a comprehensive curriculum, and may also share stories about their work as medical assisting professionals to help students learn more about the career they are preparing to enter.
Most of our programs are eligible for Title IV funding. Financial Aid is available to those who qualify. During the admissions process you will meet with a Financial Aid Advisor who can help you.
Yes! Our Career Services department works with every student on their job search. We work as a team to empower our graduates with the skills necessary to approach a job interview ready for success.
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