Being a healthcare professional means more than a paycheck. It’s a rewarding career that comes with intangible benefits (and tangible ones too). Here are six reasons medical assistants love their jobs.
1. You have a diverse range of job opportunities.
my first interview for a medical assistant job is tomorrow 😬— mal (@malloryadavis) April 14, 2016
and just got a call for another interview tomorrow 😅😅😅😅— mal (@malloryadavis) April 14, 2016
2. It’s a career to be proud of.
After much hard work I am officially #nhacertified and I couldn't be more proud of myself with a 433 out of 500 and the fact that I will be graduating with a 4.0 gpa. To everyone who has pushed me to do great, I thank you, for always believe in me and helping me strive for greatness. And to everyone who thought I couldn't do it, thank you for letting me prove you wrong. #ccma #finallycertified #medicalassistant #pediatrics #firstinstitute #cma #phlebotomy #honorstudent #proud #nha #medical #motivation #classof2016
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3. Your team becomes an extended family.
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4. Scrub selfies.
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5. Every day is different.
6. You help change lives.
It has been so crazy busy at work today!!! 24 patients in 4 hours!! Best part is that I was still able to talk to 3 amazing people about changing their lives 😍 gosh I love this business!! #ItWorks #crazylife #bossbabe #workingwhileatwork #businesswoman #changinglives #watchmeorjoinme #icanshowyouhow #iknowyouwantto #inlove #crazylady #medicalassistant #walkinclinic #haventevenhadlunch #sohungry
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Without a doubt, the biggest reward of being a medical assistant is knowing that you’re making a life-changing difference in a patient's life. If you’re considering starting your medical assistant journey, here are five signs you’d make a great candidate.