Dental Assistant

Dental assistants perform tasks that include patient care, laboratory procedures, and other office functions. They perform routine duties that allow the dentist to focus on more complex procedures, and perform tasks that include patient care, laboratory procedures, and other office functions. If you like to smile, why not make everyone smile a little brighter? Apply to become a dental assistant today.

Massage Therapy

Massage therapists perform customized massage sessions, by applying techniques to alleviate pain, encourage relaxation, and promote overall health and wellness. Massage therapists work by appointment and in diverse work settings. Though standards vary from each state, advancement opportunities are more available to licensed massage therapists who pass state or nationally-recognized exams. If you are interested in becoming a massage therapist, ease your stress and apply today!

Medical Administrative Assistant

Medical administrative assistants are responsible for the submitting and filling out accurate and updated medical documents. Medical administrative assistants who want faster advancement in the medical field can complete formal education within nine months to one year. The job outlook for medical administrative assistants is expected increase by 34 percent within the next 10 years, faster than the average for other careers. If you'd like to become a medical administrative assistant, apply now!

Medical Assistant

Medical assistants provide clerical and laboratory assistance under the direct supervision of licensed health care professionals. They perform patient procedures, such as administering laboratory screening tests, verifying medical documents, and scheduling hospital admissions. The job outlook as a medical assistant is increasing due to the need for doctors to care for more patients and the increasing rate of medical conditions. If you enjoy helping others, a career as a medical assistant may be the perfect job for you!

Medical Billing & Coding

Medical coders have thorough knowledge of medical terminology and coding systems, which they use to check medical record information, such as lab tests, doctor's notes, and imaging studies. Medical billers submit insurance claims and are responsible for managing account payments, ensuring that medical personnel are paid accurately and on time.

Employment for medical billers and coders is expected to grow much faster than average, and increase by 20 percent over the next 10 years. As more hospitals use electronic health boards and advance in medical technology, coders with certification will be favored by employers. If a career in medical billing and coding sounds right for you, apply today!

Nursing

The role of a nurse, or registered nurse, is to treat patients, provide awareness on the prevention of medical diseases, and educate the community at large about healthy medical practices. All registered nurses are required to graduate from an approved nursing program, and pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) to earn a nursing license.

Most nurses begin as entry level staff, but with advanced nursing degrees, can advance to head nurse, assistant unit manager, and senior level administrative roles. If you want to make a career out of improving the lives of others, apply to become a nurse today!

Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy technicians provide medication and healthcare to patients under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist. Pharmacy technicians programs can be completed within six months to a year, in addition to on-the-job training. Even though on-the-job-training is provided, technicians with formal training can expect to earn a higher salary. Technicians can also advance into specialty positions such as chemotherapy or nuclear technician. If a medical career as a pharmacy technician sounds perfect for you, here's your prescription—apply today!

Phlebotomist

Phlebotomists are clinical technicians that draw blood for lab tests and transfusions. Phlebotomists can enroll in training programs offered in career or trade schools that can be completed in as little as two to four months.

The job outlook for phlebotomists is expected to grow in public and private sectors such as hospitals and physician offices. Though there are no national requirements, many employers prefer clinical technicians who are recognized by a professional medical association. If phlebotomy sounds interesting to you, sign up today!

Radiologist

Radiologic technicians prepare and operate equipment to perform diagnostic imaging examinations. Radiographers must enroll in a formal training program that provides both classroom and clinical study in all types of areas, such as medical terminology and radiobiology. State requirements vary, but most require some sort certification or license to practice radiology. If you want to start in the medical field, apply as a radiologic technician today!