My own exposure in the medical field even via the call center for two months this year has made me wonder how it is to be in the shoes of those I speak with. I have come in contact, albeit via internet phone with countless health providers. We were somehow given an overview of who they are and what we should basically expect of them.
Nevertheless, it gets me into thinking what kind of medical assistant schools they went to even as we put the phone down. I would say that the medical assistant training program they went to must spell the difference. Having been able to speak with a variety of medical people, from doctors, dental assistants, ultrasound technicians, radiologists down to the medical assistants made me realize that what they do is no easy job.
The training I underwent was tough! Memorizing all those used to be medical jargons and eleven thousand medical terms no less are no easy tasks. I can only imagine how much harder it is for people like them who actually interact with patients. Getting into good medical assistant programs should be a top priority for a health provider to be, to say the least.