Medical Assistants Recognition Week 2018
Every year, for a week in October, the medical community celebrates Medical Assistants Recognition Week. This year, we celebrate Medical Assistants Recognition Week 2018 from October 15th through 19th. Medical Assistants Recognition Week 2018 is a chance to highlight all the hard work and dedication Medical Assistants put forth on a daily basis. Here at Dorsey Schools, we think it is important to celebrate our Medical Assistant students from the past and the present. All of us here at Dorsey Schools would like to thank every Medical Assistant. Without all of your hard work and the compassionate care you provide, the medical industry would not be the same. In celebration of Medical Assistants Recognition Week 2018, we have selected some of our favorite Medical Assistant blogs. Check them out!
Are you thinking about training to become a Medical Assistant? Maybe you are training now to become a Medical Assistant. You may be wondering What Can You Expect in Your First Week as a Medical Assistant? In this blog, our very own Ms. Kim Knapp shares some helpful info about starting your medical assistant career. Ms. Knapp shares the importance of applying the knowledge and skills you have learned as a Medical Assistant. She also advises new MAs to be humble and stay ethical. Want to learn more? Read the full blog by clicking here.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a Medical Assistant? Our Medical Assistant Skills Checklist blog talks about some of the key skills a great Medical Assistant should possess. This includes the ability to take vital measurements, drawing blood, and providing basic wound care. Obviously, there are many skills a great MA should possess, but we will explore some of them in this post. Read more about these Medical Assistant skills by clicking here for the whole article.
If you are thinking about becoming a Medical Assistant, you are probably thinking about training. You may be wondering what Medical Assistant Training will be like? In our blog, What to Expect in Your Medical Assistant Training, we sat down with Ms. Lana Sherwin here at Dorsey Schools, and discussed some things students should expect during their medical training. Topics you are likely to cover include both clinical skills as well as administrative skills. Do you want to learn more? Click here for the full article.
We know Medical Assistants are an important part of the healthcare system. You may be wondering though, What Does a Medical Assistant Do on a daily basis. In this blog, we talk about some common duties of a Medical Assistant. We also talk about how to become a Medical Assistant. Does this sound interesting? Check out the full blog by clicking here!
The Medical Assistant training program at Dorsey Schools could be the bridge that connects you to the chance of working side by side with doctors and patients. In our Medical Assistant program, you have the chance to learn a unique set of skills that are necessary for employment in a medical office, clinic, hospital or other healthcare facility.
The Medical Assistant diploma program is offered at the following Dorsey Schools Campus locations:
- Dorsey Schools – Madison Heights, MI Campus (Main Campus)
- Dorsey Schools – Dearborn, MI Campus (A branch campus of Madison Heights)
- Dorsey Schools – Roseville, MI Campus (A branch campus of Madison Heights)
- Dorsey Schools – Saginaw, MI Campus (A branch campus of Madison Heights)
- Dorsey Schools – Southgate, MI Campus (A branch campus of Madison Heights)
- Dorsey Schools – Waterford – Pontiac, MI Campus (A branch campus of Madison Heights)
- Dorsey Schools – Wayne, MI Campus (A branch campus of Madison Heights)
Do you want to learn more about Medical Assistant training? Here at Dorsey Schools, we are ready to speak with you and help you get on your way. Contact us today to learn more. You may call us at 888-422-1188. You may also request info online.
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