I need to do medical experience for my future physician assistant job. What medical job is the most hands on? Emt, nurse, paramedic, Cna, medical assitant, etc.
I planned on getting my emt certificate and doing that but maybe something else if it is more hands on.
What are some good paying medical jobs that don't require a lot of years of schooling ?
I am currently going to school to become a Medical Assistant, Physician's Assistant, or Echocardiologist. An opportunity has arisen to work as a "vet tech assistant" at an animal hospital, in which I would be working much like a medical assistant, only for animals. Before I pursue this position further, I am curious if any medical professionals out there think that this would be a negative experience if my goal is to pursue human medicine? Would this experience conflict with possible future jobs? What other kind of job would you advise gaining experience in that would look good for the human medical field, as well as provide me with additional tools to learn?
Thanks for any and all help!
I would enlist, after high school. Or, should I go to college first, I know I don't have to. After the Air Force, I would probably become a Nurse Practitioner. I know these careers aren't similar, but I am interested in aircraft, and medicine. Any careers involving those two? I saw on the website Emergency Medical Physician, but I don't want to be a physician, would nurses work with them in emergency medical missions? Any suggestions of any jobs?
I was wondering what the difference is between a medical and physician assistants? from their schooling, to how much they make, and what they both do on the job. or are they the exact same thing?
Say for a physician job, they ask you to teach them something in NON-medical 5 minutes. Your help is appreciated!
I'm a 20 year old University student and looking to eventually major in the medical field (nursing or physician assistant, etc). I work as a barista right now and hate it.
I've always liked the office setting. I am very prioritized, able to work efficiently, etc.
I'm planning on going to college soon and while looking at courses offered at the university where I live I saw that they had a pre-physician assistant program and I've been interested in it but I'm still not sure if its right for me!!?! Also whats the process of becoming a physician assistant? Job description and any other information or advice would be greatly appreciated! Thank you
A medical physician assistant
Will there be jobs, considering a lot of people want to be doctors?
Will the pay remain the same? Or will it go up? Down?
What are the job opportunities? Like physician assistant surgeon and all those. How much they make and how long is the process for school? I want I know so I can know what I want to do in he future. Help ty!
I'm starting nursing school next fall, and I'm beginning to think after research physician's assistant would actually be a better path for me. However I would like to work in maternity care, but have never heard of a PA in there.
Recently, I was denied a medical job in Sacramento. When I called for an interview by the doctor's assistant, my location(which is an hour drive) was apparently not an issue. HOWEVER, during the group interview with the actual doctor, my location seemed to be a major issue. I was highly questioned on where I lived and if I was planning on moving, because she thought the drive was too far. And that was basically the end of the interview for me. I feel that it if my location was such a big issue, that I should have never been called for an interview and a lot of time was wasted. Can I go to the better business bureau about this or should I just forget it?
I am thinking about placing an application to be a medical biller. I have never done a medical billing before. Would I have to deal with patient in a doctor's office? Do this usually takes place in a doctor's office? Are you in a small little room just doing billing and making phone calls?
Thank you for any information or advice.
I live in Silicon Valley and would like to continue living for the rest of my life. In order to do this, I will need a sufficient amount of money. How much do medical and surgical physician assistants make in Silicon Valley, CA? I have checked the BLS website but I would imagine earnings to be a little more here because of the cost of living. Salary.com seems to be unreliable because I compared the salary of my parents' jobs to it and my parents' salaries were much above. Thank you all.
Okay, I know this is very broad. But I really want to work in the medical field. I don't want to be a surgeon or anesthesiologist. I don't want to just do bookwork, I want to be able to move around, maybe help out with surgeries. I would prefer to work at a hospital, but I guess it doesn't matter that much. Also, if you could tell me how many years of school and pay that would be great :) thanksss
I am interested in pursuing a career in the medical field, but would like to start my own practice. What careers in the medical field would I be able to start my own practice? Thanks!
How long does it generally take to get a bachelors degree in the army?
What are some degrees that you would reccomend to get a bachelors degree in while in the army for a medical job?
Do you have any advice?
Also...how long do you think it would take for me to get a bachelors degree, then do the physicians assistant program? How many years in the service do you think im looking forward to?
As soon as I am finished with all my basic and AIT in the army, how soon do you think I could start working on my bachelors degree? How soon after that do you think I can enroll in the Interservice Physician Assistant Program?
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I'm realllllly interested in the field of medicine, but i can't see myself surviving actual medical school, and paying off the debt of it. so my question is, how can i be in the medical field without having to go through the medical school part? can i do anything with just a pre-med? specifically im very interested in pedicatrics, especially pediatric oncology.
i've heard about being a physicians assistant, what kind of school does that require?
thanks to any answers!
I am an RN with excellent typing and computer skills. I have not taken any medical transcription courses. I feel like I am completely capable of medical transcription, but will any company hire me without any actual courses? There are so many courses available online I can't tell if they are a scam or not (does anyone actually find work after completing the courses). Thanks.
I want jobs only in the medical field!