Medical assistants will learn skills allowing them to work in a variety of health care settings. Most often found in medical clinics, medical assistants work alongside doctors, nurses, patients, patient’s family, and the entire healthcare staff.
- Appointment scheduling, creating and maintaining medical records
- Medical billing and coding
- Examining patients
- Checking and recording vital signs
- Giving injections
- Drawing blood
- Preparing lab samples
- Administering medication
- Communicating with patients and their families
- Laboratory Procedures
- Patient Care
- Health Sciences
- Medical insurance
- Medical Billing, Coding, and Bookkeeping
- Cardiopulmonary and Electrocardiography
- Endocrinology and Reproduction
- Medical Law and Ethics
- Externship/Internship – Clinical Trial
To learn more about what medical assistants should know, read our lists of medical assistant duties and view our images of medical assistants working in a variety of healthcare facilities here on this page.
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