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A medical assistant helps health care professionals with daily activities to ensure everything runs smoothly. The assistant's job responsibilities vary depending of the type of care and location. More »

A medical assistant job description generally includes details about administrative duties, such as updating medical records, greeting patients and answering telephones. It also includes clinical duties, such as helping ... More »

A state-tested nursing assistant (STNA) works in an entry level medical position in a number of settings including hospitals, retirement homes and as a home care provider. After fulfilling the state requirements for cert... More »

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Many employers prefer medical assistants to have postsecondary education such as a certificate from an accredited health care institution or an associate's degree, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Medica... More »

A medical assistant job description generally includes details about administrative duties, such as updating medical records, greeting patients and answering telephones. It also includes clinical duties, such as helping ... More »

Become a medical assistant instructor by obtaining your medical assistance certification and working in the field to obtain practical experience, then locating instructor positions through job hunting sites, such as Simp... More »

To get a job with a medical assistant agency, visit the agency's website and perform a search for medical assistant jobs. Submit an online application for available jobs. The exact process varies depending on the agency,... More »