Medical Assistant Program Graduate
Caring and service-oriented people like you are choosing to pursue careers in the healthcare field to make a meaningful impact on the well-being of their community. Training to become a medical assistant with basic x-ray operation skills is a great way to break into the field. Medical assisting is one of the most versatile positions in healthcare, and when combined with basic knowledge of x-ray machines, you will be a vital part of a patient's journey, assisting doctors who use x-ray results to diagnose and treat illness. You can train locally to become a Medical Assistant With X-Ray skills at Fortis’ Westerville, OH campus, just outside of Columbus.
Healthcare is a growing field filled with opportunities for medical assistants with the right set of skills. At Fortis, our curriculum prepares you to perform basic medical assisting skills as well as limited types of x-ray procedures that are commonly performed in doctors' offices or walk-in medical clinics.
When you join our Westerville Medical Assisting with Basic X-Ray Operation Program, you will train as a medical assistant and learn about basic x-ray operation. Ultimately, after graduation and passing your licensure exam, you will have the opportunity to become an indispensable member of a healthcare team. Medical Assistants with X-Ray Tech skills have the ability to earn a stable income to support themselves and their loved ones.
Fortis’ Medical Assistant and Basic X-Ray Machine Operator Program in Westerville will help you gain the required skills for today's healthcare environment. You will learn:
Fortis’ comprehensive program will prepare you for entry-level employment as a medical assisting x-ray technician, basic x-ray technician, or basic x-ray machine operator. No matter the path you choose, our career services team will support you every step of the way.
Medical Assistant Program Graduate
Fortis is proud to have a campus in Westerville, in the Columbus region of Ohio, where education is so highly valued: the area is home to an estimated 52 colleges and universities. Our Medical Assisting with Basic X-Ray Operation Program includes an ideal balance of traditional classroom instruction, small-group learning, and laboratory modules to help you train to become a Medical Assistant With X-Ray Tech experience or a Basic X-Ray Machine Operator.
Westerville is a great place for aspiring students looking to start a career in healthcare. In fact, healthcare is one of the city’s top five industries. Prepare to gain a foothold in the industry by training to become a medical assistant with basic x-ray skills.
After graduating from Fortis and passing your licensure exam, you can apply for employment at one of Westerville’s major healthcare centers, such as the OhioHealth Westerville Medical Campus or the Oakstone Health Center for Children. Beyond Westerville, there are additional hiring opportunities for medical assistants with x-ray experience in Columbus, approximately 20 minutes from our campus.
Westerville is a popular place to live and work due to its suburban feel and numerous outdoor recreation areas. There are also ample shopping opportunities, including everything from small boutiques to antiques, and an array of local museums, galleries, and theaters.
Your Fortis education will prepare you to work in a variety of different medical settings as a Medical Assistant With X-Ray Tech or a Basic X-Ray Machine Operator. In your chosen entry-level medical assistant role, you will have the satisfaction of knowing you are making a meaningful impact on the health and well-being of your community.
Fortis’ Westerville campus is located off the 1-270, between Sunbury Woods and Woodstream, just minutes from Big Walnut Creek and Blendon Square.
From Westerville: Get on OH-3 S/N. State St. and exit at S. Sunbury Rd. in Blendon Township. Use exit 30 from 1-270 S and proceed to S. Sunbury Rd. to reach our campus on Executive Pkwy.
From Downtown Columbus: Get on I-670 E and exit at S. Sunbury Rd. in Blendon Township. Use exit 33 from 1-270 N and proceed to S. Sunbury Rd. to our campus located on Executive Pkwy.
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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