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Enrolling in an accredited medical assistant program will not only prepare you for certification, but it can also provide you with access to a placement counselor to help you secure employment upon graduation.
In an effort to speed up the process to employment, some colleges are offering a condensed medical assistant program to allow students to graduate in just one year.
Research indicates that healthcare is the fastest growing industry in the United States. The increasing need for allied health professionals is resulting in a very high demand for graduates of medical assistant programs.
Schools that intertwine different levels of medical education with active clinics can provide medical assistant students with a highly immersive and rewarding program experience.
Providing school employees with medical clinic access can save an institution money in the long-term by reducing the need for sick leave, while ensuring a more consistent education for students at the same time.
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