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    Medical Assisting The healthcare field is not for the faint of heart. It is messy, confusing, nerve-wracking, intimidating, and sad. It is exhausting, mentally and emotionally, as it is a job that never really ends. But it is also a very rewarding job for those with hearts big enough to care for others. Setting aside their own personal cares and concerns, healthcare professionals work to establish and maintain excellent patient care. They do so in numerous ways, despite the countless career differences, all working together to uphold the high quality of care that is valuable to our society. Medical assistants are an integral part of this healthcare system, and by understanding what their career entails, a greater respect will be given to those who sacrifice for the needs of humanity.…

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    run a doctor’s office smooth and easy different personal with different jobs are crucial to satisfied and meet all the necessities of the patient. One of the most important personal in a doctor’s office is a medical assistant. There are two type of medical assistant: the administrative and the clinical. Both of these type of medical assistants must have excellent characteristics, ethical and morals behaviors. A medical assistant’s job might seem easy, but lots of education and knowledge is…

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    The medical field is a fast growing field, which has a great variety of available job opportunities. Medical assisting is one of the nation’s fastest growing careers, according to United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. Medical Assisting is one of the best medical area to be in if willing to further your medical education. Medical Assistants are trained in both administrative and clinical work, and are relied on for their knowledge and abilities. This combination of routine administrative and…

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    while until I knew what I needed to do. In the process of the two-year break, I became a Certified Medical Assistant. It is with the experience I have gained during the work as a Medical Assistant that I know I have a passion for helping others and caring for them and I know that nursing is what I want to do for…

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    Medical Assistant The career in healthcare that I’m interested in pursuing will be Medical assistant. This career is really interesting to me because being a medical assistant is being able to help people that need special care and support, also I will be able to work duties at medical offices and clinics. Medical assistants perform a clinical routine and duties under the direct supervision of a physician or other health care professional. They are mainly in outpatient or ambulatory care…

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    NEO Project The majority of people tend to gloss over the role of physician assistants in a doctor’s office. Physician assistants meet with patients and provide assistance for physicians as the name suggest. They have an array of different responsibilities around the office, they can meet with patients to treat and or diagnose them, or they can assist surgeons during operations. PA’s are vital in making the workload manageable around the office and are currently in huge demand due to the…

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    A career can begin with a dream, and determination can help achieve that dream. As science and technology rapidly progress, the field of medicine grows daily. The newest medical treatments of today may well become obsolete tomorrow. I desire to become a member of this rapidly growing community. Becoming a medical assistant would give me the opportunity to join the medical field while assisting others with their health care needs. I feel it is important to begin a career that will be…

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    “A medical assistant may practice in the United States without either certification, but most employers today require at least one certification” (Adams, 2014). By a medical assistant being certified it shows employers that this person has been through a program that has taught them the essentials to perform their job and be successful at that job. By being nationally certified it makes you a more sought after candidate for the position. “A medical assistant with formal training is almost always…

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    Observing the PAs providing optimal care their patients with integrity and compassion, taking the extra time to both anticipate and thoroughly answer any questions and listening to the patients speak very highly of the approachability of the PA struck a chord in my heart making me very fond of the profession. I also admired the amount of medical decision making that a PA has which is in line with my original dedication to provide a more comprehensive care, a far cry from my childhood pastime of…

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    Four Navy corpsman were the first to graduate from the Duke program and start this profession. Just like my predecessors, I want to use my current knowledge, and expand it to help those in need. My Navy experience help me grow from a youth to a man. Learning ethics and core values such as honor, courage, commitment, and teamwork shaped me to become better as a man. In Japan (2007-2009, 2010-2013), my role as a corpsman was to be a dental technician and a emergency medicine technician. As a…

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