7 Reasons to Consider Medical Assisting School
December 11, 2018
December 11, 2018
A Career in Medical Assisting Can Be Challenging and Rewarding
Medical Assistants perform clinical and administrative tasks for health care providers and play an important role in helping them run efficiently while providing the best care possible for their patients. Most Medical Assistants work in physicians’ offices and other healthcare facilities, including outpatient or ambulatory care facilities, clinics, and for specialists such as podiatrists and chiropractors.
Every year, U.S. News and World Report publishes its “100 Best Jobs” survey. Medical Assisting was named #71.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates demand for medical assistant jobs will grow by 23% by 2028.
Some Medical Assistants specialize in administrative, some on the clinical side. The Medical Assistant training at CCNN includes hands-on education in both areas, which can make you a more hireable employee.
Demand for qualified Medical Assistants is rising all over the country, so no matter where you live, job openings are likely.
Medical Assistants make a difference in people’s lives every day by interacting with patients and their families.
Medical assistants see and take part in situations that people in most professions never will.
The responsibilities include administrative and clinical tasks, and there’s always an opportunity to learn and acquire more training.
You can complete the Associate of Occupational Studies (AOS) degree in as little as 16.5 months.
You’ll get individualized attention from instructors when you need it.
We offer day and evening classes to fit your busy lifestyle.
They are industry professionals who care about your education and will give you the hands-on training you need.
If you qualify, financial aid is available.
Our representatives will help you with resumes, interview strategies and job search.
The Medical Assistant Program at CCNN includes hands-on education that will prepare you to succeed in a rewarding career in the healthcare industry. For more information about the Medical Assisting Coding School at CCNN, call 775-241-4445.