Graduates of the Medical Office Specialist program will be ready for employment in all related positions; typically in Doctor’s offices and /or hospitals, as well as clinical laboratories within medical centers or standalone facilities, insurance companies, or billing/coding companies. Students will be able to work as a Phlebotomy Technician or EKG Technician, Medical Assistant, Medical Front Office Assistant or Medical Information Clerk, or Patient Concierge. They could as well apply their skills learned during their course of study to work in related areas such as a Pharmacy Clerk, Office Clerk, Physical/ Massage Therapist, etc.; those wishing to take the optional National Certification Examination (NCCT) may become nationally certified as a Certified Medical Assistant (CMA). The program provides a foundation for graduates interested in all types of settings listed above.