Prepare to take the AAMA Exam and become a Certified Medical Assistant.
Prepare for the CPT I Exam and become a Certified Phlebotomist.
1,191 Clock Hours
Monday through Friday
Up to 8 hours per day
Interested in this scholarship? The first step is to apply for admission.
The Medical Assistant Program introduces students to a comprehensive medical assisting program with an introduction to the medical profession and the fundamentals of administrative responsibilities and includes training in the competencies essential to success in the career. This includes skills necessary to relate well to patients, employers, and peers. SUI’s program follows an accurate, detailed MA Scope of Practice and procedures that are approved and recommended by the Medical Board of California and the ABHES for Medical Assistants. Protection of the patient, the assistant, and Physician, is emphasized throughout the program with a focus on the Practice of Standard Precautions to prevent the spread of disease. The curriculum prepares students with entry-level competencies in medical assisting and phlebotomist professions.
"I highly recommend the Sacramento Ultrasound Institute for their consistency and dedication to development."
“My daughter loves everything about this school. She has achieved noticeable maturity since attending and developed a skill set that she can utilize in the business world! This is a credible school with a SOLID fundamental influence on education and growth. The staff are very active with communicating to their students and among each other. I highly recommend the Sacramento Ultrasound Institute for their consistency and dedication to development.”
Parent of current student
"The students are given tremendous support by the administration and the instructors"
As a student there I can attest to the quality, thoroughness and difficulty of the curriculum. The students are given tremendous support by the administration and the instructors. The Instructors are all multi-discipline ARDMS certified sonographers. Several are doctors.I am a current student and find the coursework very fast paced and challenging. Maybe Chelan B was overwhelmed by the difficulty of the program and failed, I don't know. As for Sima Dermishyan the director/CEO, She too is a multi discipline ARDMS and knows of which she speaks, I experienced an unfortunate series of family tragedies and Sima bent over backward to accommodate my leaves of absence and she personally facilitated my return. The school has worked hard to obtain their ABHES accreditation and is always upgrading student services, the course material both online and publications. The Davies SPI study program is available online. The ultra sound lab has expanded with new equipment added. Everything is made available for you to succeed. You only have to do your part,
"The admin and instructors actually cared about who I was"
I graduated from the DMS program a few years ago and was quickly offered a position at my externship site. Passed the ARDMS exam on my first try thanks to the workshops and tutoring they offered for free to all students.
The admin and instructors actually cared about who I was and did everything they could to help me succeed. Honestly, kind of felt more like a big family than your typical college.
"I've learned so much at a fast pace"
“Been a student here for a couple months now and I can personally vouch for the balanced difficulty level and the overall curriculum. My instructors are fair, but make sure they aren't too lenient. I've learned so much at a fast pace and I'm sure it will feel like I EARNED my degree when its time to graduate!!”