Medical Assisting Students Take Advantage of Growing Field

 In College of Health Sciences, Latest News

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, medical assisting is predicted to be one of the nation’s fastest growing occupations through 2018. Sullivan’s comprehensive medical assisting program has been developed to help students make the transition from the classroom to a medical office environment. Students learn how to assist in administrative support duties, clinical procedures, insurance coding and patient care. Graduates of the medical assisting program are very well prepared to take the Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) exam for certification.

 

 

The butterfly method is used to collect blood on patients who have small, fragile veins. Instructor Jill Ferrari points out Michon Hyatt’s small vein while Lisa Smith observes. This technique is especially crucial in children, elderly and extremely ill patients, such as those with cancer.

The butterfly method is used to collect blood on patients who have small, fragile veins. Instructor Jill Ferrari points out Michon Hyatt’s small vein while Lisa Smith observes. This technique is especially crucial in children, elderly and extremely ill patients, such as those with cancer.

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