Clinical Medical Assistant (CMA) Training Program
Christ Health trains men and women for careers as Certified Medical Assistants through a partnership with the Woodlawn Foundation and M-Power Ministries.
Students participate in Alabama's Ready to Work program as part of their CMA program enrollment through partnership with M-Power. With successful completion of RTW (required of all students to complete CMA program), students will earn National Career Readiness Certificate and Alabama Certified Worker Certificate.
Students will receive CPR training including BLS for Healthcare Provider Certification and all students who successfully complete the program will be eligible to sit for the National Healthcareers Association Certified Clinical Medical Assistant exam.
The program offers free childcare for moms enrolled in the program on an as-needed basis.
- Woodlawn Foundation
- M-Power Ministries
- Mike & Gillian Goodrich Foundation
- Wells Fargo
Program Director & Contact Info
For any questions please call (205) 380-9455 or email Juliana Hodges at [email protected].
If you have additional questions about applying for the program or wish to provide support please contact the CMA Training Program Director, Juliana Hodges at [email protected].
Equal opportunity & ADA statement: Christ Health is committed to providing equal educational opportunity to qualified persons without regard to race, color, creed, ancestry, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, or veteran status. It is our policy, while striving for optimum utilization of ability and capability of all individuals, to base our academic selection process on program-related standards of past performance, experience, education, training, and interpersonal strengths and abilities. Academic accommodations for students with disabilities are available. Students may request testing for accommodation needs or provide an accommodation letter by scheduling a meeting with the program director.