Join Dr. Mizani and other Student Services Department Team in their monthly interview of a designated residency program coordinator, as they dissect the positive attributes of a successful candidate - and how skills of an advanced medical assistant applies to their program.
At Advanced Colleges of America, our Advanced Medical Assisting (AMA) programs offer an expanded focus on externships in both primary care and sub-specialties in a variety of clinical site setting options, as well as Student Services that include career development, placement assistance and medical residency admission advice. Click the title to read more...
The process of residency entry can be a long and arduous process for International Medical Graduates (IMGs), during which time many will consider research, U.S. clinical experience, paid and unpaid healthcare jobs; some will even consider going back to school – which can be an excellent or a terrible idea. Click the title above to watch!
Advanced Medical Assisting programs at ACA consist of up to 5 months of hands-on clinical externships in multiple states and in various specialties to enhance the learning experience in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Students will have the opportunity to work directly with physicians during externships, and have an opportunity to secure a letter of recommendation from a healthcare professionals.
The President of Advanced Colleges of America (ACA) speaks about ACA’s student body populations who are primarily International Medical Graduates (IMGs), the benefits of Advanced Medical Assisting as taught at ACA, and draws the viewers attention to his personal history as an IMG, and how ACA can offer a training program that may be just right for their future career in healthcare.
Technology has illustrated that the classroom does not need to be the nucleus of learning, as networked multimedia are able to extend the teaching and learning experience. Advanced Colleges of America combines a online instruction with face-to-face clinical externships, providing our students with opportunities to explore real-world issues through authentic learning experiences within collaborative learning environments.
What is Advanced Medical Assisting (AMA)?
Learn more about the advanced practice of medical assisting, required skills and relevant continuing education.
Advanced Medical Assisting is based on the most rigorous of competencies. 456 hours of externships in Family Medicine, Internal Medicine & Pediatrics will prepare you for a medical assistant career in primary care.
Advanced Medical Assisting with Extended Externships enables its students to get 288 more hours (total 21 weeks) of externships in medical fields of their choice. Job placement assistance upon graduation.
Are you, or do you know of an International Medical Graduate (IMG)? The student body of ACA is composed primarily of IMGs. The right training and a career in medical assisting may just be what your future needs.