Medical Assisting Program Graduate
Many people are training as medical assistants to find steady employment and to make a meaningful impact on the lives of others. Medical assisting is a fast-growing profession, and it will allow you to provide for your family while exploring a career in the healthcare sector. Now it is your turn to begin training here at our Medical Assistant School in New Jersey for this entry-level healthcare position.
There has never been a better time to pursue a healthcare career. This high-growth field offers many possibilities for skilled medical assistants. Through your hands-on training, you will develop relevant, practical skills that you will use to improve the health of people in your community.
At Fortis, we are dedicated to preparing students for rewarding, long-term careers. Our Lawrenceville, NJ Medical Assistant School has the same commitment, offering valuable training to aspiring medical assistants.
At Fortis’ Medical Assistant School in New Jersey, you will gain the necessary skills to:
Throughout your Fortis coursework and training, you will learn from knowledgeable local instructors and explore the wide array of career opportunities available within the healthcare sector.
Medical Assisting Program Graduate
Fortis is proud to have a school campus in Lawrenceville, NJ, where education is so highly valued. The township is home to The Lawrenceville School, one of the nation’s most prestigious prep schools, and Rider University, which is ranked on the U.S. News and World Report's Best Colleges list. If you are ready to pursue your education, you will be in good company here in Lawrenceville.
Beyond education, the healthcare sector is also prominent here in Lawrenceville. The Capital Health network has locations in the township, and Mercer County’s health system has a surgery center here. Lawrenceville’s population has a median age of 51.4 (2020 Census), making healthcare a stable local industry. There is also a growing number of modern senior housing and retirement communities for individuals 55+.
Given Lawrenceville’s older population, healthcare services are in high demand. To meet the need for healthcare services, doctors and medical professionals rely on medical assistants in healthcare settings throughout the city. When you complete your medical assistant training in New Jersey, you will graduate with the required skills to fill entry-level jobs. You might even choose to specialize in gerontology to help serve retirees and seniors in your community.
While here in Lawrenceville, be sure to explore the walking trails at Loveless Nature Preserve to experience why this township is “Where Nature Smiles for 22 Miles.” Then, grab a fresh local snack at Cherry Grove Farm.
Job opportunities that may exist for graduates of Fortis’ Medical Assistant Program in New Jersey include:
With training from Fortis, you will gain the necessary skills to become an entry-level medical assistant, one of the most versatile positions in the medical field. We will prepare you for various kinds of on-the-job responsibilities, and our career services department will help you plan the future of your healthcare career.
Fortis’ Lawrenceville, New Jersey Medical Assistant Program is conveniently located in the heart of Mercer County, making it accessible from all major roads. You will find our campus near the intersection of Interstates 95/925 and US Route 1.
From Lawrenceville: Get on US-206 S and exit at Darrah Ln. toward Magnetic Dr./Marrow Ln. Proceed to our campus on Brunswick Pike.
From Trenton: Utilize the US-1 N before exiting at Magnetic Dr./Marrow Ln. in Lawrence Township. Our campus is on Brunswick Pike.
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.
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 Representative 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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