Your Schedule

Your Schedule

Self-paced courses and flexible training hours allow you to fit learning into your life where it makes sense for you.

Your Career

Your Career

Start a successful healthcare career knowing you’ve been well prepared.

Your Future

Your Future

Make a difference in your community with a rewarding, fulfilling career.


How Our Medical Assistant Bootcamp Works

Health Tech Academy’s Medical Assistant Bootcamp prepares you for a successful, rewarding career in one of healthcare’s most demanded roles. We pride ourselves on helping you achieve your career goals by focusing on skills and knowledge relevant to today’s healthcare landscape.



1:1 Career Coaching
& Mentorship

Learn Clinical Skill

Learn Clinical Skill & Competencies

Get Certified

Get Certified

Start Your New Career

Start Your New Career

Learn about Medical Terminology, Clinical Procedures, Lab Sample Preparation, and Patient Records in EHRs.


Medical Assistant Bootcamp Learning Experience

Instructor Led Courses


Self-Paced Instructor Led Courses

Mentoring Sessions


Mentoring Sessions

Career Services


Career Services

Health Tech Academy works with healthcare leaders and industry experts to curate up-to-date content focused on in-demand skills and proficiencies.


Your Learning Track

Program Features

Online Medical
Assistant Bootcamp

Duration Immersive bootcamps are 12 weeks long. 16 weeks
Mentor Sessions Meet live with your mentor for guidance, discussion and deeper learning. 5x 1:1 sessions
Career Support Capstone projects will demonstrate the skills and knowledge you learned throughout bootcamp. 6-month post-completion access
CCMA Certification Exam Prep & Voucher
Optional Apprenticeship
Annual Program Access
$5,450* *Pay in Full Discount Available
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Admissions Process

Complete Free Career Assessment

It only takes 5 minutes and there’s no fee! Our admissions team will review your assessment and contact you as soon as possible.

Start Your Free Career Assessment

Submit Your Application

While our team reviews your career assessment results, tell us a bit more about you. Submit your application to expedite your admissions process.

Interview with an Admissions Advisor

You’ll interview with an Admissions Advisor to make sure our Medical Assistant Bootcamp is the right fit for your skills and career goals. We’ll also review the payment and financing options and answer any questions or concerns you may have.

Enrollment & Learning Materials

Before starting your bootcamp, we’ll finalize your enrollment documents and send you access to course materials, including e-books.

Start Bootcamp

You’re ready to get started! With our flexible, self-paced coursework, you can start anytime and learn when it’s most convenient for you.

Career Services

Career Services

Flexible Payment Options

Flexible Payment Options

Learn on Your Schedule

Learn on Your Schedule

On-the-Job Training

On-the-Job Training


Career Services

Get the knowledge and skills to land an entry-level healthcare job as a Medical Assistant. Health Tech Academy’s career services include resume building, mentoring, and mock job interview sessions to help you land your first job in healthcare.


Career Coaching

Get 5 30-minute sessions with a mentor.

Get 5 30-minute sessions with a mentor.


Interview Prep

Make a great first impression. Our career coaches will help prepare you to ace the interview.

Make a great first impression. Our career coaches will help prepare you to ace the interview.


Resume Building

Stand out from other applicants with the help of our career coaches.

Stand out from other applicants with the help of our career coaches.


Boost Your Earnings and Advance Your Career

Here are some potential medical assistant roles and salaries according to location.


Career Possibilities for Clinical Medical Assistants

Clinical medical assistants are in high demand, with job opportunities growing every day. Health Tech Academy’s medical assistant bootcamp prepares you to work in physician’s offices, hospitals, outpatient clinics, and a variety of other healthcare facilities.

Medical assistant measuring patient vital signs in doctor’s office

Physician Offices and Medical Clinics

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Physician Offices and Medical Clinics

Medical assistants working in physician’s offices assist doctors and nurses with scheduling patient appointments, collecting patient information, and recording vital signs. More than half of all medical assistants work in this setting.

Average Annual Salary: $37,610

Medical assistant registered a hospital patient


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For individuals who thrive in high pressure situations or require schedule flexibility, working in a hospital may be the right fit. Medical assistants working in hospitals will often perform both clinical and administrative tasks, including urgent patient care.

Average Annual Salary: $39,550

Medical assistant supporting patient recovering from surgery

Outpatient Care Centers

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Outpatient Care Centers

Medical assistants in outpatient care centers may assist with minor surgeries and procedures, perform lab tests, or provide mental health care depending on the facility.

Average Annual Salary: $44,680

Medical assistant caring for patient in an OBGYN practice

Other Healthcare Facilities

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Other Healthcare Facilities

Medical assistants are also needed in a variety of healthcare settings, including pediatrics, OB-GYN, chiropractic, diagnostic laboratories, and clinical research. These roles may require additional training or certification and may include either clinic or administrative tasks or both.

Average Annual Salary: $38,190

*All salaries according to 2021 estimates released by U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

What Will I Learn?

Gain foundational knowledge in medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, administrative and clinical procedures, and laboratory techniques. Learn how to assist with patient exams, take vital signs, prepare patients for procedures, and how to use electronic health records (EHRs).

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there will be a 16% in job opportunities through 2031 because of the growing demand for medical assistants.

Take advantage of the growing demand for medical assistants with Health Tech Academy’s Bootcamp. In just a few months, you’ll be prepared to earn the industry-recognized CCMA certification and land a job.

No college degree or previous experience is required.

Anatomy & Physiology

Learn about the structure and function of the human body, including the skeletal, muscular, nervous, cardiovascular, respiratory, and digestive systems. You’ll also learn about common medical conditions, diseases, and disorders that affect these systems, as well as how to identify symptoms and assist in the diagnosis and treatment of these conditions.

Medical Terminology

Become familiar with the specialized language and terminology used in the medical field, including prefixes, suffixes, and root words and the different medical abbreviations, acronyms, and symbols used in medical charts and records. You’ll also learn about the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) codes and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes, which are used to document and bill for medical services.

Medical Law & Ethics

You’ll learn the laws related to patient privacy and confidentiality, including HIPAA standards and informed consent. Plus, the ethical principles that guide healthcare decision-making and the medical assistant code of conduct and professional standards for medical assistants, such as maintaining patient confidentiality, providing safe and competent care, and avoiding conflicts of interest.

Human Relations

As a medical assistant, it’s important to learn the interpersonal and communication skills you need to effectively interact with patients, families, and other healthcare professionals. You’ll also learn about cultural competency and sensitivity, such as understanding and respecting different cultural beliefs, customs, and practices related to health and healthcare.


You’ll learn about the importance of medication safety and how to ensure accurate medication administration, including medication records, potential drug interactions, and informed consent for medication administration. Additionally, you will learn about the different types and classification of drugs, their indications, contra-indications, side effects, dosages, and routes of administration.

Administrative Processes

Learn how to schedule appointments, manage patient flow, maintain accurate patient records, verify patient insurance coverage, submit insurance claims, and bill patients for services. You’ll also learn the basics about office operations including computer skills, word processing, and electronic health record (EHR) software.

Clinical Procedures

Learn how to take and record patient vital signs such as blood pressure, temperature, pulse, and respiratory rate and perform basic physical exams, such as measuring height and weight, and visual acuity testing. Additionally, how to assist with basic laboratory tests, such as collecting and preparing blood and urine samples for lab analysis. You will learn the basic principles of asepsis and infection control, PPE, and wound care.


Medical Assistant Bootcamp Certification

This bootcamp prepares you for the industry-recognized CCMA exam through the National Healthcareer Assocation (NHA).

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Learn from Industry Experts

Our instructors have years of experience in healthcare and medical assistance. We’ll help guide you through the foundational knowledge and skills you need to become a certified medical assistant and launch a successful, rewarding career.

  • Erin Newton Erin Newton Medical Assistant Instructor

Hofstra University Bootcamp FAQs

What kind of bootcamps do you offer?

We offer medical assistant, patient care technician, dental assistant, and pharmacy technician bootcamps.

Do I have to stop working to join a bootcamp?

No, our self-paced courses provide you the flexibility to learn when it’s convenient for you without sacrificing your professional and personal commitments.

What equipment do I need to complete the bootcamp?

You’ll need a computer with web browser and internet access to log into the learning portal.

What are the program costs?

Bootcamps are $5,450. We offer a $450 discount when you pay in full. We also offer flexible payment options through our financing partners. See Payment Options

Do you offer scholarships or financial aid?

We do not offer scholarships or financial aid currently. We’re proud to offer low and no cost state and military funding options for those who qualify. We encourage you to speak with our admissions team to check your eligibility. Call Us

How long does it take to complete a healthcare bootcamp?

On average, bootcamps take between 3 to 6 months to complete.

Are there travel requirements?

No, the bootcamp is 100% online. If you choose to participate in an optional apprenticeship or on-site job training, travel may be required.

Do I need a college degree?

No, our bootcamps require students to be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED.

Can I get a job in healthcare after completing a bootcamp?

Yes! Our bootcamps are designed to prepare you for an entry-level healthcare career. Additionally, our career services team will help you find and land a job.

How many mentoring sessions are included?

Our bootcamps include 5 30-minute mentoring sessions throughout your program.

Do you offer career counseling?

Yes! Our career coaches will help you with resume building, mock interviews, and apprenticeship and job opportunities.


A Faster Path to a Meaningful Career in Healthcare

Our team is here to help you accelerate your path to a well-paying healthcare career. Let us help you choose the program that’s right for you by matching your skills, goals, and requirements.

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More About Erin Newton

Erin is a highly skilled healthcare professional with 20+ years of experience. She has extensive experience in education roles for healthcare systems, as both an assistant professor and core clinical instructor. She earned a MS in Nursing Education from Walden University, a BS in Nursing from St. Luke’s College of Nursing and is currently pursuing a Family Nurse Practitioner Certified at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

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