Today’s healthcare industry provides a unique blend of challenges and opportunities. Belmont’s Medical degree and certificate programs are designed to help you meet the challenges and seize the opportunities as you forge your career path.

It takes a team to deliver quality patient care. Belmont can help you qualify to become a critical part of  that team with the learning you need for the profession you choose. Explore each of our programs and you might just discover your future.

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Allied Health Administration 

This program can lead to a bachelor’s degree or the start of a career.
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Laboratory Technician

Prepare to take your place alongside other key medical professionals.
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Medical Assisting

2+2 Options
Gain the administrative and clinical skills to be a key member of a team.
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Massage Therapy

Learn the skills you need to be a trained and responsible therapeutic massage provider.
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Medical Assisting Certificate

Gain the administrative and clinical skills to be a key member of a team.
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Medical Coding

Learn the skill set hospitals depend on to ensure accurate reimbursement.
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Phlebotomy Technician

This program prepares you to work as a Phlebotomy Technician and take the Certified Phlebotomy Technician Exam.
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Amanda Piegan, CMA, MPA
Coordinator Medical Assisting, Phlebotomy, and Coding Program

Faculty Spotlight

Amanda Piegan

I’m committed to creating a community of competent and caring health professionals.

Amanda is a proud graduate of Belmont College’s Medical Assistant program and holds the credentials of CMA (AAMA). She continued her education at Ohio University earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Technical and Applied Sciences and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration. She has completed the Certificate in Effective College Instruction through the Association of College and University Educators and the American Council on Education. Amanda has been teaching in Belmont’s Medical Assisting program for over a decade. Her goal is to create a safe learning environment for all students which supports a diversity of thoughts, perspectives, experiences,      and honors all student identities (including race, gender, class, sexuality, religion, ability, etc.).