My Journey To Become A Medical Assistant

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MY JOURNEY TO BECOMING A MEDICAL ASSISTANT

I remember when I first walked through the doors of Sanford Brown College in January of 2011. I was on a journey to do more with myself and my life. I choose Sanford Brown
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A medical Assistant (MA) job is never done, I feel to become a good MA you should always put other people’s feelings before yours. Try trading places with those in need, the elderly or just people in general who don’t have what you may have. Life is short, so make the best out of it and be kind in your journey you never know what may come your way. One of the highlights of medical assisting is the diversity of the career. The training a MA receives in both the clinical and administration areas makes a versatile employee. As the average age of health care workers and the general population rises, the need for the trained health care providers also rises. I believe that I have chosen the perfect field to join because wherever I go there will always be a job. Medical Assisting is a career path with so much potential. One of the biggest reasons I choose the medical field is it’s a field filled with compassion and a career I’m sure to be proud of at the end of my journey. Although by law it’s not a requirement for medical assistants to be certified, a large percentage of them opt to get certified. Imagine me going to work each day to work alongside doctors, imagine assisting them as I help take care of patient’s. It’s a career that …show more content…
Highly skilled MA’s, which could play a vital role in smooth running of wide range of different heath care organizations, hospitals etc.. CMA”S must pass a rigorous examination that requires a thorough, broad and current understanding of health care delivery. CMA’S must renew the credential side of it every sixty months. This means keeping abreast of new developments in the health care field. The recertification requirements can be meet by continuing education with employment. A certified clinical MA has more training than a clinical medical assistant; this means that the CMA is testing while medical assistants are actually doing there job. This is largely due to the fact that most employers require some form of medical assistant certification, and to add to this, carrying out specific duties in some states like drawing blood and x-rays you need to have certification. A medical assistant certification requires one to graduate from a medical assistant program which is accredited either by the AMERICAN BUREAU OF HEALTH EDUCATION SCHOOLS (ABHES) or the COMMISSION OF ACCREDITATION OF ALLIES HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAMS (CAAHEP). Some states have incorporated a national certification into their licensure programs, such as arrangements, however it does not

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