In this article, you will be able to find Hawaii medical assistant schools that provide the education and training required to get hired and earn a living.

Not only will we list the schools themselves, but we’ll provide a brief summary of the program and let you know how much tuition may cost, as well as course length and certification options you may have.

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Do note that this is a listing that we will update every so often, so please feel free to check back once and again.

At Heald, students are able to work hard in school to either earn a diploma in Medical Assisting, or they can stay in school longer to receive an Associate’s degree. A degree is great, because it help you land a job that ranges from a Lab Medical Assistant to a Clinical Medical Assistant or even a Patient Services Representative.

At Kapi’olani, new students are accepted in both the spring and fall semesters. At this community college, you can earn either a certificate or an Associate’s degree. The certificate will require 40 credit hours, while the degree is 65 credit hours.

Kapi’olani will prepare you to become a clinical medical assistant or an administrative medical assistant.

If you’re interested in knowing more details as it pertains to the certificate program, here it is. The certificate program will take 48 weeks to complete, although it certainly can take students longer.

As for cost, students should be expected to approximately $3,953 for tuition, as well as an additional $1,000+ for books and supplies.

33 South King Street, Suite 223
Honolulu, HI 96813

The medical assistant program at Med-Assist School in Honolulu was created in 1974 and is still running strong. This program, accredited by the ABHES, lasts for approximately 925 hours. That time is spent between learning in the classroom (625 hours), 100 hours of internship work, and 200 hours pertaining to practicum work that happens at an externship site (a clinic, physician’s office, etc).

Med-Assist promises students small class sizes and the ability to become a medical assistant in nine months.

Med-Assist also suggests that, while becoming certified through the American Medical Technologists (to be technical, the AMT registers their medical assistants, while the AAMA certifies them, but it all means the same thing), it is encouraged for anyone interested in being able to find a job on the mainland.

For more information, we encourage you to check in often with Medical Assistant Professional to find out if there are more schools in Hawaii providing training for medical assistants.

Disclaimer: All information, statistics, data, guidelines, and requirements regarding each school or program listed above was originally found on the respective school or program’s official website in 2014 and can often be estimates.   Any or all schools or programs can change their information, statistics, data, guidelines, or requirements at any time without warning.  While we do our best to keep information on this page up-to-date, some or all information listed above may have changed or may no longer be accurate.  Please do you own due diligence and research before inquiring about or applying to any school or program.