Monday, August 21, 2006

New Medical Assistant Site

With vocational training so readily available everywhere, salaries climbing, working conditions improving, and the demand for medical assistants in all disciplines (clinical and administrative areas) on the rise, it’s a good time to enter into this exciting career.

Medical assisting is an interesting and rewarding occupation. Job training and career development programs prepare medical assistant students to work in a wide variety of health care environments including medical offices, clinics, laboratories, blood banks, state health facilities, and many more places where licensed health care practitioners need a helping hand.

If you want information about planning your medical assistant career along with brief articles about different avenues and requirements to enter into this rewarding career then you came to the right place. One website we highly recommend is the recently launched Medical Assistant Site. Individuals interested in the medical assistant career easily find all sorts of useful information, especially for those who want to dig deeper into the following topics of interest:
  • Medical Assistant Pay
  • Medical Assistant Job
  • Medical Assistant Exam
  • Medical Assisting Students
  • Bridging the Gender Gap
  • Medical Assistant Training Approaches
  • Regional Educational Programs
  • Programs that Lead to Certification
  • Alternate Routes to Certify
  • Medical Assistant Resume Worksheet
  • Medical Assistant CEU
Another great feature of the site are a list of featured online schools to prepare for the medical assistant or medical coding and billing career where those who are too busy to attend traditional job training and career development programs on campus can learn and achieve their professional goals via online distance education from home.

To learn more about educational requirements, and practical tips for handling emergencies, and proper documentation visit Medical Assistant Net on the Web. There is lots of additional "scope of practice for medical assistants" info at that web site.

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