Start Your Medical Career Today

The medical field can be demanding and stressful, but you can do things to be prepared for your medical career. One of the best things you can do is attend a reputable and trustworthy medical assistant school. CyFair Career Institute helps prepare our students so that they can be ready for the first day of their medical job. We’re located in Houston, TX, so contact us today to learn more.

Learn about the different programs we have below and see why the medical field is the perfect option for you.

Medical Assisting Program

Medical assistants are the professionals who ensure medical offices run smoothly whether in a large clinical setting or smaller private practice. They are responsible for taking patients medical history, vitals, and at times, labs. Depending on the setting, they may also be asked to schedule appointments, update and file medical records, amongst other tasks, but no matter the duties assigned, a medical assistant’s main responsibility is to contribute all they can to their workplace and improve the overall patient experience displaying compassion, care, and knowledge.

Job Outlook:

Employment of medical assistants is projected to grow 29 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations.

Career Possibilities:

You could work in private practices, community clinics, or physician groups. Remember, employment isn’t guaranteed for students in our school or graduates. Also, know that your individual results and circumstances may affect your program completion time.


Patient care and communication, Clinical assisting, Electronic health records, Medical insurance and record keeping, Basic laboratory procedures, Biology and anatomy, Externship which allows students to practice their skills in an actual medical setting.

Medical Administrative and Billing Program

Every office needs administrative staff, and in the medical field, the most in-demand administrative role is that of the billing and coding specialist. They prepare and review medical records for accuracy, assign proper diagnosis and procedure codes for insurance billing, and in some cases, assist with collections. It is important that these professionals are well trained, have a close attention to detail, and are knowledgeable on a number of topics.

Job Outlook:

Employment of health information technicians is projected to grow 13 percent from 2016 to 2026, faster than the average for all occupations.

Career Possibilities:

As a medical administration worker, you can work in private practices, hospitals, community clinics, physician groups, insurance companies, or billing and coding companies. How you take to complete this program varies depending on your individual results and circumstances. Keep in mind that you don’t have a guaranteed career as a student or a graduate.


Medical terminology, Introduction to medical coding, Medical records management, Practice Management Software, Computerized insurance and billing, Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) coding, International Classification of Diseases (ICD) coding, Externship which allows students to practice their skills in an actual medical setting.

Phlebotomy Technician Program

Phlebotomy technicians are the medical professionals who draw patients blood, administer other labs, and deliver specimen to the labs for testing. As one if not the only lab professional to have contact with the actual patients, techs are a very important members of the clinical laboratory team and are expected to be both wonderful “sticks” and patient, compassionate communicators.

Job Outlook:

Employment of phlebotomists is projected to grow 25 percent from 2016 to 2026, much faster than the average for all occupations.

Career Possibilities:

Phlebotomy technicians can work in laboratories, hospitals, private practices, or donation centers. As a disclaimer, you won’t have a guaranteed job at any of these places as a student or a graduate. Also, your individual circumstances and results may affect your program completion time.


Terminology, Anatomy, Phlebotomy (Venipuncture, Urinalysis, Centrifuging and Processing), Externship which allows students to practice their skills in an actual medical setting.

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While it’s true that you shouldn’t have to spare any expense when investing in yourself, we’d still like to save you some money.


We’re a team of doctors, office managers, and medical professionals who know what you truly need on day one of the job and have built a curriculum that assures you enter the workforce ready to go.


Our programs range from 6 weeks to 6 months long meaning that in less than a year, you’ll be ready for the medical field. As we often like to say though, the better question is if it’ll be ready for you.

CyFair Career Institute
11706 Fallbrook Dr.,
Houston, TX 77065

P: 281-955-3171

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