MEDA 123: Clinical Medical Assisting II

Credits 2 Class Hours2 lecture

This course introduces basic specimen collection techniques including the preparation and examination of samples for diagnostic purposes. Advanced techniques and procedures for specialty examinations in the ambulatory care setting will also be included.


“C” or higher in MEDA 120 and MEDA 176.

Corequisite Courses
Semester Offered Spring
Course Student Learning Outcomes (CSLOs)
  1. Describe selected advanced specialty examinations and procedures.
  2. Describe the preparation of clients for advanced specialty examinations and procedures.
  3. Describe specimen collection and selected office based tests.
  4. Discuss client education related to office based tests and speciality examinations and procedures.