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 »

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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 »

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A medical support assistants ensure the smooth running of a medical facilities. They are in charge of assisting the physicians in medical procedures and have various administrative responsibilities. Medical support assis... More »

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 »

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 »

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Medical assistants need to perform a variety of clinical and administrative tasks, such as taking medical histories, explaining treatments to patients, answering telephones, updating records and filling out insurance for... More »

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As of 2015, the majority of medical assistants work in physicians offices, but there are some who work in other health care facilities, such as clinics, group practices and primary care. The expansion of federal health l... More »

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