Do you want to be in a helping profession? Are you interested in the medical field? Have you considered medical assistant school? If so, Seacoast’s Professional Medical Assistant program may be a good fit for you.
Professional Medical Assistants are an important part of a professional medical team. Most medical assistants perform both clinical tasks and administrative tasks. They work directly with patients, handling duties such as taking vital signs, reassuring a patient before a procedure, or administering medications. Medical assistants may also be responsible for office work such as scheduling appointments or keeping patient records.
There are a number of work settings for medical assistants. You may work at a private medical office, clinic, outpatient center, hospital, surgery center, or other medical facility.
Medical assistants serve as an important link between the patients and doctors, and help to keep medical offices running efficiently. As a professional medical assistant, you will play a meaningful role in serving patients and assisting doctors. What's more, the program at Seacoast will help you prepare for national certification exams. If you want the satisfaction that comes with helping others, you may want to consider the Professional Medical Assistant program at Seacoast.
Career Description: Professional Medical Assistant
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Sample Courses: Professional Medical Assistant
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Career Services: Professional Medical Assistant
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