This is your chance to be a part of something big every single day.
In every operation, you have the worker bees who support the main event. You have the cameramen who film the talent, the assistants who schedule every appointment and the maintenance workers who keep functionality a priority. These are the ones who carry a huge part of the process but aren’t quite as recognizable as the famous actors, the remarkable physicians or the talented athletes.
In the medical field, you have the same kind of workers. The ones who are vital to operations and procedures but who are underestimated in the entire process. For example, medical assistants.
There is a quote by Jane Goodall that resonates with me, “You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” From the time I was a small child I had always known I wanted to help people. As I grew older, I realized exactly what that meant for me. I wanted to make a difference. But how? And what does that mean? I have always been very determined and passionate about what I believe in. So, how could I make a difference and use my passion and determination for good? Of course! Take care of people. Working in healthcare has been my life for the past 17 years.READ MORE
Have you ever wondered what you wanted to be when you grew up? Maybe despite the fact that you are already an adult? I know that I have.READ MORE
I decided to become a medical assistant later in life; I think some people call it a “second career”. I had already tried my hand at a myriad of things including corporate accounting, property management, retail management, benefits administration, and even car sales.READ MORE
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Medical Assistant Careers are projected to increase by 29% from 2012-2022!READ MORE