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Medical assisting is a versatile, in-demand health care career where you positively affect the lives of patients. Medical assisting is a stepping stone to many other health care professions.
Medical billers and coders track patients' diagnoses based on lab procedures, signs and symptoms. The field is evolving so quickly, specialists now, more than ever, need training.
Dental assisting careers offer flexibility and ongoing opportunities to work with cutting edge technology. You'll perform a wide variety of tasks to assist dentists and help patients improve their health.
Veterinary technicians assist during medical procedures, conduct tests and perform diagnostic evaluations. You'll have a positive impact on the lives of animals, while enriching your own.
It takes a steady hand to be a good phlebotomist. Giving blood can be challenging, but you'll put people at ease, prepare specimens for the lab, and keep the equipment sterilized.
Health care requires skilled managers to keep things running smoothly. Three of the top administrative areas in health care include office management, health services and information management.
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As a physical therapist, you'll help patients better their lives and overcome injuries and disabilities by teaching them how to strengthen muscles and improve mobility.