Interested in a job in healthcare? Medical assisting may be for you. Medical assistants work alongside doctors, and usually work in outpatient medical offices and clinics.
Certificate in Medical Assisting
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Following graduation, Allied Health students work in various clinical health roles as certified nursing assistants (CNA), respiratory therapists, dental hygienists, clinical medical assistants, and emergency medical technicians (EMT). They also work in non-clinical support services such as health information coding and billing.
The teachers help you walk step-by-step through the program. Even if you're not sure what you want to do with Allied Health, it's a good program to do because you can get your foot in the door.Erin Elner, Allied Health Graduate
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