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    Benefits of Becoming a Medical Assistant

    At our Florida Career College schools we offer a diploma program and an associate’s degree program in medical assisting. These programs equip students with the knowledge and experience required to excel in the healthcare industry. Here are a few of the benefits that you could experience by becoming a medical assistant.

    Working in a Comfortable Environment Most medical assistants are employed in physicians’ offices, hospitals, and the offices of health practitioners. Medical facilities are generally clean and well-lit environments to work in. In addition, medical assistants get the chance to constantly interact with others and can form close bonds with their patients and co-workers.

    Excellent Job Prospects According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the current and future job opportunities for medical assistants are excellent. The amount of jobs available to medical assistants is projected to grow by 34% between 2008 and 2018. Becoming a medical assistant will provide you with superb career opportunities and great job security.

    Involvement in Medical Care A job in the healthcare industry can bring the satisfaction that comes with helping others. Medical assistants make patients more comfortable and can even help save lives. As a medical assistant, you will interact directly with patients and perform medical procedures such as laboratory tests, blood drawing, and the removal of sutures.

    If you are interested in the medical industry, becoming a medical assistant will expose you to a wide range of healthcare topics and techniques. You can also be trained to assist physician’s in particular medical fields, such as podiatry or endocrinology. For those interested in other healthcare jobs, becoming a medical assistant will provide you with the opportunity to gain valuable experience and help you form relationships with medical professionals.

     

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