Medical Assistant Program
The Medical Assistant Program prepares students to work in the health care field as assistants to physicians and other professionals in a variety of ambulatory care settings. The responsibilities of a medical assistant include administrative and clinical duties. The College's program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education under recommendation of the Medical Assisting Education Review Board.
Over the past five years, the Medical Assisting program at Delaware County Community College has a job placement rate average of 69 percent for associate degree students and 67 percent for certificate students, a retention rate of 82 percent for the associate degree and 74 percent for the certificate of proficiency, and a certification exam passing rate of 72 percent for the degree and 69 percent for the certificate.
|Degree/Certificate||Year||Retention||Placement||Exam Participation||Exam Pass||No. of Grads|
|Associate Degree||Five-Year Avg.||82.48%||69.37%||95.51%||71.76%||111|