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What are an entry-level Medical Assistant’s duties?
Working as a medical assistant is a popular career choice for many people looking to start working in healthcare. In a U.S. News & World Report Best Healthcare Support Jobs rankings, the position ranked #18.
But what does an entry-level medical assistant do?
Here’s a quick overview of the common job duties and responsibilities you can expect when you start working as a medical assistant.
Your work as an entry-level medical assistant will vary according to the type of medical facility where you’re hired and the split of administrative and clinical duties and responsibilities. With this in mind, you can expect to perform some or all of the following job duties and responsibilities:
An entry-level medical assistant can expect to find work at any of the following medical facilities:
Additionally, there’s a growing opportunity to work outside of a medical facility, accompanying a physician to provide mobile healthcare at patient’s homes.
A medical assistant plays an important and versatile role in providing people with quality healthcare, helping patients feel at ease and relieving physicians from many clinical and administrative duties. They are the ‘face’ of today’s healthcare team. Now that you’ve learned some of the duties and responsibilities for this crucial healthcare support worker – can you see yourself as that person?
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