Medical assistants can be certified or registered health care workers who perform the administrative and clinical tasks that keep the offices of licensed health practitioners running smoothly. They should not be confused with physician assistants. The term "medical assistant" may have legal status in some nations, whereas elsewhere they may be a loosely defined group.
Most medical assistants have postsecondary education such as a certificate. Others enter the occupation with a high school diploma and learn through on-the-job training.
Most medical assistants work in physicians’ offices and other healthcare facilities. In 2012, more than half of all medical assistants worked in physicians’ offices.
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1. Is there room for advancement?
2. If I was to be picked for externship how many hours would I be working a week?
3. What software is used?
4. What are the job duties of this position and as far as starting what would be my first duty as an employee?
5. How much do you enjoy your job?
6. What is the next step after the interview process?