Medical assistants provide support both in the front and back of medical offices and clinics. The duties required of medical assistants include recording patient information and history, measuring the vital signs of pati... More » Business & Finance Careers Career Aspirations

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Auxiliary nurses are also referred to as health care assistants, and they provide assistance to doctors and nurses in hospitals, doctor's offices, nursing homes and medical clinics. Duties of an auxiliary nurse include d... More » Business & Finance Careers Career Aspirations

Medical assistants perform a combination of administrative and clinical duties in outpatient or ambulatory care facilities, medical offices, clinics and patient homes. Medical assistants work as patient liaisons, helping... More » Business & Finance Careers

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