Professional Development

Clinical Medical Professional

What does a Clinical Medical Professional do?

Clinical medical professionals provide essential services to the day-to-day functions of medical practices while ensuring that offices and clinics run smoothly. As a clinical medical professional, duties you may be responsible for include: updating patient records, handling laboratory specimens, taking and recording patient vitals and stocking exam rooms with supplies.

Where Can You Work?

Clinical medical professionals work in hospitals, clinics, physician’s offices, and other healthcare facilities.


36 Weeks


Training Materials Provided



Clinical Medical Professional


Healthcare employment is projected to grow by 13% from 2021 to 2031, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. This means that over the next decade there will be nearly 2 million new positions available for those interested in healthcare.

Skills Learned

Upon completion of this training, you’ll be able to:

  • Administer medications and assist with minor procedures
  • Collect blood and non-blood specimens for testing and analyzing in a clinical laboratory
  • Use diagnostic cardiac testing to include electrocardiograms, Holter monitors, and assist cardiologists with stress testing
  • Comply with HIPAA/HITECH, OSHA, CMS, and other healthcare regulations and laws as they apply to patient information

Courses - 36 Weeks

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Clinical Medical Professional Job Possibilities

Laboratory Assistant


$26,000 – $49,000

Clinical Medical Assistant


$24,000 – $46,000

Medical Technologist



Certification Information

Upon completing your training, you’ll be qualified to earn the following credentials through the National Healthcareer Association:


Certified Clinical
Medical Assistant

The Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) certification can help you stand out in the world of medical assistants and allows you to join the workforce with an advantage.


Certified Medical Administrative Assistant

The Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) certificate helps you gain the skills to provide administrative support in a medical setting. Demonstrate your expertise in the field and become qualified for a number of administrative duties, as well as direct contact with patients in clinical settings.


Certified EKG Technician

The Certified EKG Technician certification prepares you to complete EKGs on patients, an in-demand skill in the field of electrocardiography. Students wishing to sit for the Certified EKG Technician exam will be required to complete a minimum of 10 EKGs on a live person.


Certified Phlebotomy Technician

The Certified Phlebotomy Technician certification helps you gain the skills to collect blood and non-blood specimens for testing. This program has a clinical requirement of 30 venipuncture and 10 capillary sticks on live individuals to sit for their certification exam.

Issuing Authority

Payment Options

Credit Card

Pay in full using any major credit card, PayPal, or Venmo. Select “credit card” as your payment option.


Short-term Loan

Apply for PayPal Credit and pay zero interest if your balance is paid in full within 6-months. Complete a quick application and you’ll receive a credit decision within seconds.

Program Comparison

Emerge Education
Community College
Program & Tuition Cost
$4,000 average
Up to $20,000
Exam Fees, Books & Materials
Up to $750
Job Ready In
3–6 months
24–48 months
Schedule Flexibility
On-demand 24/7
Set class schedule
Travel Requirements
None: 100% online
On-campus classrooms
Student Support
Personal Advisors: text, call and email access
Professors: scheduled office hours
Career Coaching
Exam-tailor + soft-skill training to build well-rounded careers
Exam-based + prerequisites and electives to meet credit
Content Delivery
3D animations, immersive environments, interactive activities, game-based learning
Professor lectures

Meet Your Training Specialist

Lauren Holubec is your Training Specialist. She is here to help you understand the program, payment options and succeed! Get in touch with Lauren to learn more about the program and how to achieve your career goals. If you are a manager interested in group enrollment, please contact Lauren directly so she can assist you with the enrollment process.


How long does it take to become a Clinical Medical Professional?

You will complete the courses in this program over 36 weeks, making students job-ready in 8.5 months. The program is flexible, allowing for assignments to be completed anytime, from anywhere, 24/7.

Do these courses count for college credit?

No, these courses do not count for college credit

Is the Clinical Medical Professional training program online?

Yes, our training program is fully online and asynchronous.