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Programs

Bay Area Medical Academy is the premier talent pool for medical facilities in the Bay Area.  As the student, you are at the center of our model of service.  Our instructors, talent coaches, counselors and employers become your partners on the path to successful entry into the healthcare workforce.

Every student is unique and comes to us with a different level of preparedness as well as specific obstacles. However, all come to BAMA with the goal to obtain the skills needed to start a career in health care (Medical Assisting Program, Pharmacy Technician) or to move up the career ladder by taking one of our continuing education programs (Phlebotomy, EKG Technician, CPR).

Medical Assistant With Phlebotomy

Our nine (9) month Medical Assistant Program is intended to provide entry-level students with a comprehensive foundation in clinical and administrative skills necessary for successful entry into the medical field. Our Program prepares students for three (3) certifications.

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Pharmacy Technician

This seven and a half month (840 hour) program prepares students for entry-level work in retail and hospital pharmacies.  Students who complete this program are prepared to take national certification exams offered by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB).

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Phlebotomy Technician (Cont. Ed)

Our Phlebotomy Program is one of only two programs in San Francisco approved by the CA Department of Public Health for CPT-1 certification.  It consists of two segments: classroom training, including both lecture and lab, and clinical externship.

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EKG Technician (Cont. Ed)

Our comprehensive 60-hour ECG / EKG Technician Certification Program provides students with the critical skills required to function as ECG / EKG Technicians and prepares them to take the National Electrocardiograph Technician Certification exam.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

The CNA Program is a 6 week program designed to prepare individuals to provide services to long-term care patients.  The program is approved through the Department of Public Health.

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CPR

This American Heart Association course is intended for healthcare providers taking BLS CPR for the first time, or those whose certification has expired.

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