A Medical Scribe is a personal assistant to the physician; performing
documentation, gathering information for the patient’s visit, and
partnering with the physician to deliver efficient patient care.
August 29, 2019 - November 21, 2019
Time: 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. CST
36 Hours Live Sync Instruction 44 Hours Online
Exam: December 5, 2019
Cost $1,999 Including Exam
You may Register for Our Next Class by:
Phone 800-371-2963 Option 1
Financing available through MyCAA, WIOA, Campbell Strong, Vocational Rehabilitation, Sallie Mae Student Loans, Personal Payment Plan
If you prefer a live classroom but don't like driving to campus and parking, our LIVE
Online classes are for you! This course is designed specifically for practicing Allied Health Professionals in
the field of medical scribing. The course provides a simulated practice of recording
verbal communication encountered during patient-doctor interaction and the recording
of clinical events as they unfold. It also includes a study of procedures related
to the retrieval of diagnostic test results. Procedures used in scheduling diagnostic
tests, follow-upappointments, etc., are discussed and practiced. An emphasis is placed
on professional and
ethical behavior in a clinical healthcare setting. Students who complete this comprehensive course will receive a Noncredit Certificate of Training Completion and are eligible to sit for the AHDPG National Certification exam.
Prerequisite: Current Medical Assistant certification and completion of the ProTrain Medical
Scribe Readiness Assessment (MSRA) with a score of 80% or higher.
- Tuition: $1,999 (Includes Exam) — Affordable Financing Options Available
- Total Hours of Instruction: 44 Online/36 LIVE Online
For More Information: Call 1 (800) 371-2963, ext. 112 or email us at mmyers@ProTrainEdu.org.
- Median Pay: $41,460 per year
- Typical Entry-Level Education: Postsecondary nondegree award
- Work Experience in a Related Occupation: Experience in the allied health field
- On-the-job Training: None
- Number of Jobs: 200,140
- Job Outlook through 2024: 13% (Faster than average)
*United States Bureau of Labor Statistics