Fremont MOA Program

Medical Office Administration Classes
in Fremont, CA

About the MOA Program at Fremont

Our MOA program in Fremont, California, will provide you the skills and knowledge to succeed as a Medical Office Administrator (MOA). Here, you will gain Medical Office Administration training through our eight-course program. Altogether, these courses cover a myriad of topics, including the basics of healthcare, medical terminology, medical office procedures, and patient interaction. Insurance forms and regulations are covered as well.

Through our MOA program, you can effectively prepare for employment at local hospitals, clinics, and laboratories. You may also find work at private offices or nearby healthcare facilities. From our smaller class sizes to our esteemed faculty of veteran instructors, our MOA program will set you on the path to a successful career in healthcare.

Fremont MOA Program
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What You’ll Learn

At Fremont, you will learn how to perform the following Medical Office Administrator responsibilities:

  • Perform opening and closing office procedures
  • Manage medical records
  • Create electronic health records
  • Assign insurance codes for medical diagnoses and procedures
  • Process insurance claims
  • Perform entry-level bookkeeping and accounting procedures

Our program also places a particular emphasis on communication, which is a critical skill for Medical Office Administrators. MOA students at Fremont will learn the importance of possessing qualities such as accuracy, attention to detail, integrity, analytical thinking, and interpersonal skills like empathy active listening.

Admissions Requirements for the Fremont MOA Program

Our enrollment requirements include the following for Fremont:

1 Meet for career planning

2 Complete an admissions interview

3 Submit proof of high school
education/equivalent

4 Assessment exam

5 Admissions application

6 Enrollment agreement

MOA Program with a Career-Driven Curriculum

Our Medical Office Administration program is a great step toward gaining a rewarding career in healthcare. Across many hospitals and clinics, Medical Office Administrators are often the first people you come in contact with. Part of their job is to interact with patients, their families, and their insurance representatives.

The Medical Office Administration program in Fremont will allow you to pursue your MOA career in as little as 9 months. Both college first-timers and experienced career changers can benefit from this accelerated program.

In addition to being efficient and convenient, our MOA students have access to certification advisement. In fact, our Fremont graduates may be eligible to take several certification exams. These include the Electronic Health Records Specialist exam, the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant exam, and the Medical Billing and Coding Specialist exam. Such credentials are not required to graduate but can be of value depending on your particular career goals.

This school has some of the best teachers I have ever experienced. The curriculum is challenging and they recognize those who work hard.

- Darnesha M. (2020 MOA Program Graduate)

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The Fremont Campus

Medical Office Administrators interact with countless patients. Because of this, it is imperative they feel comfortable engaging with their communities. Our Fremont campus is located near several highways, public transportation, and a growing community. It features diverse cultures and multiple generations. If you complete your training in Fremont, you will have the opportunity to gain firsthand experience with this community.

Our Fremont location will also provide you with employment assistance through our career services team. The career services team specializes in preparing graduates for future job employment and career advancement.

Real-World Experience

At Fremont, there are numerous externship opportunities for MOA students. The externship is a field experience requirement you will complete as the final course in the program. You will have the opportunity to work in a real-world environment and practice the skills you acquired in school. In addition to applying your course-knowledge during the externship, you will have the opportunity to demonstrate your teamwork, professionalism, and initiative.

Accessible Clinical Sites

Our Fremont campus is also located near several clinical partners. Some of these sites are even within walking distance. Combined with nearby public transit, our clinical partners have become widely accessible to students like you.

The staff are angels, helpful, and have your back to make sure you stay on the right track.

- Scarlett P. (2019 MOA Program Graduate)

Campus Location

Framed by sunny skies and gradual mountainous views, our Fremont campus is located in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area. It lies near the arterial I-880 highway at 4670 Auto Mall Parkway. In addition, our campus sits in a safe area of the city with several nearby establishments. These include a performing arts studio, a fitness center, and several eateries.

Fremont Campus
Phone: (888)-775-1514
4670 Auto Mall Parkway
Fremont, CA 94538

California is generally known for its ideal temperatures, and sunny Fremont is no exception. Our students can expect to enjoy dry summers and mild winters. Not only does this create a pleasant learning environment, it often translates to less traffic, less interruptions, and less supplies (i.e. umbrellas, rain jackets, car preparation, etc.).

Fremont is one of the most populous cities in the San Francisco Bay Area. It directly borders Silicon Valley, which has likely contributed to its expanding tech industry. The city of Fremont is also known for its inviting parks, museums, and varied eateries.

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Commonly Asked Questions

Our Fremont campus is usually open 8:00am to 10:50pm on weekdays. This is because some of our programs host morning, afternoon, and evening sessions, as we strive to accommodate busy schedules. However, MOA schedules can vary depending on the teacher and session.

Classrooms are equipped with computer workstations for each student, which have access to specialty billing, coding, medical records, and office administration software. You will also have access to one of our medical labs while learning CPR, first aid, and patient vital signs.

Our Medical Office Administration program can be completed in as little as 9 months. In other words, you have the opportunity to start a new career within the year.

Generally, there is not a wait list for this program. Please speak with an admissions representative for the most up-to-date information.

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