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✔ 6-month Medical Assistant classes starting soon (program lengths may vary)
✔ No college experience required
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Why Choose Medical Assisting
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average median salary of a medical assistant is about $33,610 per year with an average pay rate of $16.16 per hour.
This is a fast growing field and attending a great medical assistant program can make a world of difference in your being hired after you graduate.
A way to start a more specialized nursing career
Should you choose to do so. You could study on to become a registered nurse (RN) or you could specialize in fields such as surgery or pediatric
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Medical assisting is a vital part of any healthcare setting. Medical assisting is a fantastic job that has a wide range of different duties to perform and skills that make them stand apart from other medical professionals. With the right medical assistants, an office can run smoothly, efficiently, and effectively so that patients are in and out quickly and their medical records are clear and concise.
A great job outlook!
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average median salary of a medical assistant is about $33,610 per year with an average pay rate of $16.16 per hour. Salary may vary based on where you are located and the corresponding cost of living. Medical assistants are always needed and employment prospects for this career are high. This is a fast growing field and attending a great medical assistant program can make a world of difference in your being hired after you graduate.
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My name is Katelyn, I have been a nurse for over 7 years, and I became a nurse after getting a Medical Biology Bachelor of Science. I was always caring for my friends and family. It took me a while to find nursing and when I did it just clicked, nursing was my calling, and it was what I was meant to do. Katelyn H.