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I completed a medical terminology course, and I have an associate of arts degree. I tried applying at hospitals, but some will not even allow me to fill out an application if I don't have a couple yea...
2 answers - Asked By: hope2289 - 11/1/2011
I would like to be a medical receptionist but every job ad says that you need previous experience as a medical receptionist. so for everyone that works in this role, how did you first get into it? did...
1 answers - Asked By: - 9/13/2013
Hello, I'm trying to relocate to the UK soon, I am originally from Argentina but I have been living in the US for more than 13 years. I have always worked in the medical field as a: receptionist,...
1 answers - Asked By: LAROCCAMOM - 10/21/2009
I'm going to be taking a medical reception course at a community college next fall. It is like 18,000 so a total rip off but I'm not paying for it. I live in Alberta so there is lots of money here. Wh...
2 answers - Asked By: - 5/31/2012
If you have done the course what is it like and what is the job like? the course is to just learn to work as a medical receptionist at a medical centre
1 answers - Asked By: sttnmlss - 3/15/2009
Have anyone made it through meps and reception, without anybody finding out anything they lied about? Such as in your medical records?
6 answers - Asked By: - 8/5/2012
Hi, just wondering if anybody in the Wyoming area knows if any medical transcription businesses that are hiring new graduates. Have already been looking day in and day out and can't find anything. Bee...
1 answers - Asked By: - 11/30/2012
How come you never see any male doctors surgery reception staff and most other medical profession reception desks? I wonder what would happen if a guy applied for such a job. On the other hand you ...
6 answers - Asked By: Nathan - 2/9/2011
I know I want to do something that works in the medical field but most jobs in that area have teribble working hrs. Any good suggestions? I have a son so I want to be able to spend time with my famil...
1 answers - Asked By: - 7/3/2011
I'm a medical secretary, but have been put on reception? I temp as a senior medical secretary and was concerned that today, my first day in my booking, I'm on reception! I hate reception and wasn't b...
7 answers - Asked By: The way I are - 3/8/2010
I have my certificate in Medical Billing and Reception and also took a couple transcription classes. I have a 2 year old son and no babysitter for me to work out of the house as my husband works days...
5 answers - Asked By: Jacob's Mommy (Plus One) - 10/27/2007
So, I have found out that it's hard to get into medical billing and coding without experience which is what I really want to do but I have to work full time. (I was going to take a course in this to g...
1 answers - Asked By: ebe b - 12/2/2009
What exactly do they do? and is common for male's to be Medical Assistants or are like all the Medical Assistants females? :o
3 answers - Asked By: - 9/16/2011
I seem to be having problems on what to put on my resume. I am trying to look for a medical receptionist job, I have no experience, but I do have experience in customer service and in administrative j...
2 answers - Asked By: - 11/13/2013
Goodmorning everyone. well heres my dilema :/ im 20 yrs old and havent had the luck in finding a job. the bad thing is i feel like im becoming a burden to my family. i dont ask for stuff but even the ...
4 answers - Asked By: - 5/13/2012
I was going to major in History and minor in Education to become a HS teacher... well considering that the job market is horrible, I changed my mind. I am now going to go for a Bachelor of Science in ...
2 answers - Asked By: - 7/12/2013
I see ads all of the time for schools to become a medical assistant. What are the basic responsibilities of a medical assistant? What kind of training is involved? How long does it take to becom...
9 answers - Asked By: Joel's Mommy! - 6/17/2008
So I just got my GED and I'm about to start college. I was wondering if anyone call tell me what its like to be a medical office assistant? And if I do become a medical office assistant should I get m...
2 answers - Asked By: <3 Last to Know <3 - 3/23/2013
I was thinking of taking either the "Hospital Unit Clerk" or the "Medical Records Clerk" course which focuses on compiling, processing, and maintaining medical records of hospital & clinic patients. ...
2 answers - Asked By: Kelli McCoy - 11/28/2009
I know it's like a piece of cake. But I wanted to be a CRNAs , but in order to be that I read you start out a RNA or something, and I read that being a RNA is hard. lksijdflksjdflksjfd I want to be in...
1 answers - Asked By: - 3/15/2012
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