The program, administered by the Office of Professional and Community Education, is designed for people interested in working in a physician’s office or clinical setting. Upon completion of the program, students are prepared to help the doctor carry out procedures, care for patients, perform basic lab tests and administer medications.
To register for the information session or for program details, call (856) 691-8600, ext. 345
Cumberland County College and Salem Community College have joined
together to form a Workforce Education collaboration. Some of our
continuing education classes will be held at Cumberland, some at Salem, and some at both locations.
Despite the economic conditions, healthcare careers have continued to grow. Over the next decade, thousands of new jobs will be created and thousands more will be replaced as workers retire.
Employment of medical assistants is expected to grow more than 35% through the year 2016 as the health services industry expands. Increasing utilization of medical assistants in the rapidly growing healthcare industry will result in fast employment growth for this occupation.
Ophthalmic Medical Assistants
Cardiology Medical Assistants
Urology Medical Assistants