Theres a school that offers Medical Receptionist and Medical Office Assistant. Whats the difference? Is there better pay in one of them? Is one more demanding for jobs than the other? Anyone in the field perferablly please answer.
I am thinking about getting a certificate in medical office assistant, but don't know if it's worth it. College really isn't for me, but I need a job that offers insurance and doesn't require a lot of training/schooling. Are there other jobs in the medical field that don't take a lot of training? I've been searching around online but not getting too far.
I am going to school for Medical Office Assistant and I was starting to look at the jobs that would be available to me. I see both Medial Office Assistant as well as Medical Assistant, so my question is, what/ if there is a difference between the two.
What do you have to have to be an MEDICAL OFFICE ASSISTANT? I have no college hours or anything?
I really need a job fast and I want to work at an office doing somethin? Although I do have a high school diploma and I have computer skills
im not asking if i can go to college bastards! I cant I have a 1 yr old and im due in march and my hubby is locked up when he gets out were going together !
I want to possibly move to the UK in about 2 years. I am starting my medical office assistant with health unit clerk specialty program in about 3 weeks. The program is a year long. I am currently in Alberta, Calgary. What I am asking is if I take the course in Canada, will the diploma certification be valid in the UK if I went to get a job there? Please any help would be appreciated, thanks.
I am going into a medical office assistant program and have been looking up the pay but I found 2 different names with similar job attributes. Are they the same?
OK/..so from my understanding the pay is about 14/hr with pretty good benefits. According to the websites I have looked at BLS and PAYSCALE. It says with benefits and pay, it totals up to close to $37,000...which seems like a lot to me.
I'd like to become a Medical Office Assistant in the Air Force. Does the Air Force even offer this?
I would like to go to school to be a medical office assistant, and will be moving to the dallas area soon which school would be the best for that field?
I am soon graduating from school with 2 diplomas as a Medical Office Assistant and Medical Administrative Assisant. During interviews employers always ask what wage I am expecting and I never know what to say. If I say too little, then I'm screwed. But if I say too much then I also am....how much should I expect to make?
I will be receiving my Medical Office Assistant certificate in August and I'm wondering how difficult the job might be. Is it a tiring job? Is it boring? Are you extremely busy? Tell me about your job.
How can I find a job that I would like, if everyone wants experience? A couple of years ago, I graduated as a medical office assistant, but every place I know of, wants experience. I am looking for an employer that would have patience and willing to train me.
I want to do something new with my life. I was wanting ti to become a medical office assistant and I work a full time job and I can't afford to take time off at my job because I have bills that needs to be paid ~~ if you know what I mean....... So Do you think taking an online study with the ( Allied Health institute Org. ) Would be a good idea. Or should I go to an Institute and pay all that extra money and crazy hr.classes ? I need some good advice please? Thanks I will vote your the best>>>>>
I am a premed who is looking to work with some kind of medical job when I transfer to university this fall. I have an associate's degree as well as a bit of hospital experience, as a volunteer who answers phones, greets visitors, and so on. I am looking into becoming a medical office assistant, but I would appreciate more ideas as well! My dream would be research, but it seems hard to find.
I have a job interview as a medical office assistant at a medical office next week. I've heard the salary is $11-12/hr but I also know a girl who made $14/hr there. I know they are pretty desperate for receptionists and I am desperate for a job right now so I am willing to take almost anything. Problem is, there is NO way I can live off anything less than $16/hr. I decided to go to the interview anyway, but do you think it is unreasonable to ask for atleast $16/hr? I am going to have to decline the job if anything less than that. But I am hoping that since they are desperate that they might go for that?
I am looking into going back to school i was thinking about medical billing, mefical coding and billing, office assistant, medical office assistant, legal secretary,or administrative assistant. but i want to know how much each job gets paid before i start the wrong one and not make as much money as i could....please help i cant wear this uniform anymore.
I am thinking of enrolling in the Medical Office Assistant program at Penn Foster, and they say that you're eligible to take the RMA exam after completing the course and the Work Experience Option, but nowhere on the site does it mention what that entails. Does anyone know? Anyone gone to this school for this program and gotten their RMA??
I am thinking of going to school to receive a diploma/certificate to become a Medical office assistant, will i have to get certified in order to get a job as one?
b/c i want to go to a university; but i want to become a medical office assistant//medical secutary . is that possible .
I need to know what prerequisites i need to become a medical office assistant
I am going to school to become a Medical Office Assistant, but I am applying for a part time job at a grocery store while going to school. What should I write under objective/profile on my resume?