Train to become a

Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant & Phlebotomy Program

Are You Dreaming of a Hands-On Medical Career?

Compassionate people who enjoy helping others are great candidates for a Medical Assisting career! Can you see yourself wearing scrubs and a stethoscope, working as part of a medical team? Or how about working as a Phlebotomist drawing blood for different kinds of medical laboratory testing?

Medical Assistants work with doctors and other healthcare professionals to provide quality care for patients. They take vital signs, draw blood, and perform lab tests. They also file patients’ medical records, fill out insurance forms, answer telephones, and schedule patient appointments.


Classes available Full-Time Days or Part-Time Evenings!

Finish in as soon as 7 months full-time!

We are enrolling!

Days: 30 Week Program (900 Hours)
Evenings: 75 Week Program, including 13 Week Internship (900 Hours)

27 Credits by US Dept. Of Education Method
31 Credits by ACCSC Method

  • Be a better Medical Assistant with the ability to earn Phlebotomy & EKG Certificates
  • Prepare to Take Exams to Earn RMA / RPT Certifications
  • Learn Clinical Management of the Patient/Vital Signs
  • Learn Medical Terminology/Anatomy & Physiology/Nutrition & more

Medical Assistants are in High Demand

Employment is expected to grow much faster than average**, with excellent job opportunities. Students in the Medical Assistant program learn high demand skills that encourage employers to hire them for entry-level positions in doctors’ offices, urgent care settings and community health centers.

Train For A New Career in Seven Months

Graduates can be qualified for Medical Assisting careers following short-term training. Students who attend the full-time program five days a week complete in seven months; those attending three nights a week complete the program in fifteen months. MTTI cannot guarantee employment but Career Services representatives are available to assist you with your internship and employment search.  

Small Classes Provide More Personal Attention

Classes of only 15-18 students enable Instructors to support individual learning needs. MTTI students practice hands-on skills on actual volunteers in our clinical lab setting. You’ll become a well-rounded clinical and administrative Medical Assistant, with the background to pursue many career paths.


Graduates are eligible* to sit for the Registered Medical Assistant Examination & the Registered Phlebotomy Technician Examination offered by the American Medical Technologists (AMT). The RMA is a highly respected (voluntary) credential, recognized by medical practices throughout the United States. Students also have the opportunity to earn Certificates of Completion for EKG, Phlebotomy, EHR, Keyboarding, HIPAA training plus Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification in CPR & First Aid, upon successful completion of the program. 

*Please see an Admissions Representative for full qualifying information

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Applicants to the Medical Assistant program and encouraged to apply for an AMT (American Medical Technologists) Scholarship here: In addition, our Financial Aid team will meet with you to discuss other possible grant or financing options that you may qualify for. 

“Job Shadowing” and Internship

The 160-hour Medical Assistant Internship helps students transition from the classroom into the workforce. Students get real life experience, and earn a positive reference for future employment. Students may also receive an offer of employment at the internship site.

Students “shadow” (observe) medical professionals twice during their program to prepare for internships. Sites include physician’s offices, group practices, hospitals and urgent care settings.

Tool Bonus

Each student receives a Littmann Stethoscope upon documenting training-related employment within 90 days after graduating.  The Tool Bonus Policy is outlined in the Student Orientation Booklet.  Please see an Admissions Representative for complete details on this tool policy.

Faculty & Staff

MTTI Instructors are highly experienced health care professionals that meet the standards of approval by the Massachusetts Office of Private Occupational Schools within the Division of Occupational Licensure (DOL) and the ACCSC (the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges.) MTTI Instructors and Staff work together with Career Service Specialists to assist students in pursuing their career goals.

Additional Information

Our Admissions Representatives welcome all your questions! Contact MTTI today to learn more about the Medical Assistant program.

Costs for 2022-2023 tuition, fees and supplies, before any Title IV funding loans are applied are listed on the Consumer Information Page for this program.

To view graduation rates, median debt of graduates completing this program and other important information, please visit the Program Consumer Information page.

**Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Medical Assistants,
at (visited June 19, 2023).

MTTI is a family-owned and operated School, that has a main campus located in Seekonk, MA (on the border of Seekonk and East Providence), with an East Providence, RI Campus for the Electrician program.

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