Take the First Step Toward Your Health Care Career Now!
School is about more than a certificate to hang on the wall – it’s about getting a great job that you love. As part of the NTI family, you’ll be fully supported from the first day you inquire about our career school right through graduation and beyond. As an NTI student you receive personalized advice and ongoing support from dedicated Job Placement professionals.
Programs of study offered at Northeast Technical Institute are designed to provide students with a variety of career-oriented training. Our real-world training programs help prepare graduates to gain national certification or license and to enter highly competitive career fields. The educational training provided by NTI, coupled with employment possibilities, affords our graduates opportunities to develop and advance in their chosen professions.
Medical Assistants play an important role in our medical system. Professionals in this field perform both Administrative and Clinical tasks to keep a medical office running smoothly. Medical Assistants interact with a wide variety of people in a pleasant office environment and they have the satisfaction of knowing their job helps others to live well.
Administrative Training: The Medical Administration portion of the training involves Computer Applications, Coding & Billing, Office Procedures, the role of the Clinical Medical Assistant, and more.
Hands-On Instruction: Our Lab portion of this program provides hands-on lab and lecture training in the procedures and skills necessary to assist physicians.
Individuals with our Maine-based Medical Assisting training may pursue a variety of entry-level medical positions, including:
Professionals in this field work in physicians’ offices, outpatient care centers, hospitals, chiropractors, nursing homes, and more.
Medical Billing and Coding professionals provide an essential service to the healthcare industry while most often working in a calm and comfortable office environment. Professionals in this field create and manage important medical documentation. In a Medical and Coding position, your accurate records ensure individuals receive the best care and the proper insurance.
If you’re looking for a professional office career that offers meaningful, rewarding work opportunities, Medical Billing and Coding could be an excellent career path for you.
Successful graduates of this program are qualified to pursue entry-level Medical Coding & Billing positions in a variety of interesting medical environments, including:
As a graduate of this program, you’ll enter the professional world with self-confidence, secure in the knowledge that you have the necessary skills to serve clients/patients and impress employers. In this program you’ll learn important medical billing and coding skills, including:
This program is designed to develop skills in ICD, CPT, HCPCS, computerized billing, and reimbursement procedures.
Medical Office Assistants, sometimes called Medical Front Office Professionals, are important members of the Healthcare system. Professionals in this field perform administrative and clinical tasks to keep the offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, and other health practitioners running smoothly.
Medical Office Assistant/Administrative positions are also available in research and care facilities, pharmaceutical firms, medical supply firms and related service businesses.
Graduates of the Medical Office Assistant program will have the knowledge and ability required to pursue entry-level employment in the health administrative assistant field. Professional Medical Office Assistants may work in a variety of interesting medical settings, including:
As the need for cross-trained healthcare professionals increases, NTI has created the Maine-based Phlebotomy EKG Technician Program. Through our phlebotomy training, we place emphasis on the safe practice of collecting adequate and correct blood specimens by capillary or venipuncture in adults, children and newborns.
Specific duties may include performing venipuncture by vacutainer, butterfly, and syringe methods, capillary blood collection, electrocardiography with basic interpretation, and infection control. Students must demonstrate successful specimen collection with venipunctures, skin punctures, and EKG tracings.
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