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Christina Sears
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Medical Assistant Student at Ivy Tech Community College Of Indiana

Add a certification, such as CCT or CPC

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Deborah Donnon
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Work for a specialty. I worked for a Rheumatologist and went from MA to coordinator. You make a lot more money also.

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Anna Luna
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Medical Assistant at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center

Expose your self to different departments in the medical field

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jude robinson
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Cesar, what other skills do you have? Do you have x-ray, or ECG certification? If not, just be dependable, that makes you Valuable. If you have the ambition and means,. I would return to school for your RN. Same days spent at work but 3-4 xs the pay. Skill up on blood drawing and have someone teach you how to start an IV. Emergency rooms would use you in a heart beat without skills for more money . I hope that gives you some ideas. I always wished I had gone on to get my RN. Jude

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Chryste Lynn
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Immunotheropist at Biotek Laboratory

Work for different specialties learn new things within those practices constantly ask questions ask how you can be better get certifications. I learned Spanish to Better my ma career

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Certified Medical Assistant at Premise Health Wellness Center

If you have been a Medical Assistant for at least 5 years, you can go and teach Medical Assisting at a technical school. You also need to add more Certifications and education.

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I agree with everyone on here because thats what I did

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Lanee Jackson
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Yes I agree with Ms.Christina Sears

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Natural CC
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Add as many certifications as you can, such as BLS, CMA, RMA, NCMA with continued education.

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