My medical career choice is medical assistant.I choose medical assistant because that what I plan to go into for college and I already know so much about being a medical assistant and it's a great step into the healthcare field in my opinion . Medical Addiant is the doctor's right hand and making life easier for the doctor and patient.Two career I think do work well with medical assistant is doctor and nurse both doctors and nurses need a medical assistant to help run the office and get the patients ready and all three main focus is to help the patient . There are many jobs available in the health care for medical assistant because it's in high demand with percent of 23%. Medical assistant can make up to $14-$20 a hour it different from each workplace .There is two part of being a medical assistant administrative work or clinic work because there are trained in both . Also being a medical assistant can help you decide if you really enjoy work in healthcare .
The role of the medical assistant is steadily evolving because medical assistants are cross-trained in to perform both administrative and clinical duties. State law dictates the duties a medical assistant is able to legally perform. The duties carried out by the medical assistant can vary depending on the location, size and/or specialty of the facility one works within. Just as the scope of practice of medical assistants is evolving and expanding, so has the need for medical assistants in the health care field.
What is a Physician Assistant and why do I want to be one? I want to be a physician assistant because the job outlook is great, I love taking care of others and the benefits are quite good.
Equality and diversity is mandatory for my team. This provides them with information on how to respect Clients race, gender, age, sex, intelligence or disability. These values are very important to care work. My organizational values are communicated to our Clients through Reablement Factsheets and person centered care plans.
Throughout this document, readers will understand a few syllabus that I feel are important for my future career within the healthcare industry, some challenges I encountered, accomplishments, and opportunities that I have gained over the past seven weeks. In addition, taking the step to further my education is an accomplishment for me because if I did not decide to seek my dreams I would still be working at a convenience store. Furthermore, without this course I will not be able to obtain my college degree and seek employment in the healthcare industry. Therefore, it was a pleasure taking this class because I had the ability to gain more knowledge and skills for an administrative job. In addition, there are several insurance plans available throughout the United States; therefore, it is important to have the patient bring their insurance card with them upon arrival to verify his/her coverage.
Medical term is really important you cannot be a medical assistant without knowing your medical so it’s important to know your medical so you can be in the medical field and to become a good medical assistant. Since I was seventeen I wanted to be a medical assistant it was when I worked in my first nursing home I always love the medical field it stuck with me threw out the years so that’s why it is important to me every day there is a new disease out in the world that nobody know about so being in the medical field is good to be in especially for me I have had so many family members past away from illness so by me becoming a medical assistant I can help the doctor come up with a new treatment for a disease one day.
The career that I have chosen and have currently been accepted into the program would be a Medical Assistant. In addition, for me reaching my goal I still have a long way to go, but I plan on accomplishing my dream of becoming a medical assistant. I will have one more semester that will include classes such as, Math, English 114, as well as other prerequisite classes that I must finish before I can take any official medical classes. After accomplishing those prerequisite classes I can then take my medical classes, however they must be taken in sequence throughout the semester and I must do well in all of them to remain in the program. Furthermore, for me to become a medical assistant at my college you must attend a 2-year program that leads
1. I have always wanted to help people and work in the healthcare field. Although, I never wanted to be a doctor, and I never wanted to be a nurse so I choose to look into becoming a physician assistant. Physician assistant interest me because they have a more exciting field of work than nurses, but they do not have all of the stress that doctors do. There are many interesting things that come with being a physician assistant and after reading this paper you will understand why this is what I want to do.
Maintaining an organization with industry-leading levels of diversity and inclusion is critical to fulfilling our mission, sustaining our business objectives, and providing the highest quality, affordable, and culturally competent care to our members and patients and the communities we serve.” ("Kaiser Permanente",
I volunteered as a counselor at Adventure Camp, a month long summer program that offered developmentally disabled people with opportunities to engage in diverse outdoor activities in the Rocky Mountains. I helped my campers rock climb, fish, hike, run, and more throughout the two week summer trip. Though Adventure Camp prioritizes the clients, it is also for the volunteers. They want to teach volunteers about disability awareness and how people with these disabilities are intelligent. One camper I came across at Adventure camp last summer was drawing one of the most aesthetic images-- a dragon-- proving his aptitude and intelligence for
Thinking about what career that you want to pursue can be mind boggling but for me it was an easy task because all of my life I dreamed of becoming a Medical Assistant in a doctor’s office, in fact I use to go to work with my mother when I was a little and watch her work. It was very fascinating watching her work. After going to work a few times and seeing the work that she was doing, I knew the career path that I want to take. I was so smitten by the work that she was doing that I would pretend that I had my own make belie office at home. I would find myself trying to type, file papers and answer the phone.
Having volunteering opportunities, participating in student organized activities, as well as having medical recognition/knowledge are one of the many reasons why the health academy is my favorite class, but my main reason is the leadership skills and communication skills that I have acquired and the opportunities I’ve had is what makes it my favorite class. Leadership skills as well as communication skills can help lead to better opportunities. These two skills have allowed me to acquire opportunities that I never thought I would have. Due to having leadership skill and communication skill I was able to participate in the Emerging Health Professional Showcase that is held every year for all sophomores in the valley seeking to be in the medical field. In order to be a part of this group, we had to write why we wanted to be one of the leaders and why we deserved to be chosen. That’s when the communication skills we had learned in the health academy came in handy. We we’re giving the opportunity to speak and have one on one time with health professionals. I personally feel that if it wasn’t for the health academy and the skills I have gained I would not have been able to be apart of the event. Through participating in these event I was able to improve my responsibilities skills. Another reason why the health academy is my favorite subject is because of the volunteer opportunities. I had the ability to volunteer in many things such as walks organized by the community, the summer program at the Palm Desert Public Library, and events held at my school. As a result of this, I was able to improve my communication skills since I talked to many people. As I was doing so, I was
Interacting with people with disabilities, should be judged based on the person in front of us instead of based on stereotypes created through arts. Creigh, a college student who grew up with an Autistic younger sister, Caley in her article “I CANNOT CALL MY SISTER CUTE: AUTISM AND INFANTILIZATION” explains, “Caley’s got a sticker stuck to the door of her bedroom which reads, ‘When you see, meet, or think about a person with a disability, PRESUME COMPETENCE” (Creigh, 1). Competence the ability to do something successfully or efficiently. Throughout the arts people who have autism are being portrayed as cute, and due to this have to deal with the ways “normal people” see, meet or think about them. People within the autistic spectrum are inaccurately portrayed as “cute” in the arts.
As a volunteer for the Autism Society of North Carolina, I had responsibilities and obligations not only to my supervisor but to the children I was accountable for. Those children deserved my full attention, respect, and patience: they deserved a person who would treat them with dignity, just as if they were a child without a mental or physical condition. When working with special needs children, two crucial talents one must have are patience, and the ability to look past the disability and see the child for who they are as a person. This is simpler in theory than in practice. My first year working at Camp Sunshine Developmental Day Camp was challenging in the fact that although I tried not to, I always arrived at a feeling of empathy towards the children because of their disease. While it is admirable to empathize with the children, no one, especially people at a disadvantage, desire to be pitied.
At the CP Center, I volunteered my time in their day care. Unlike most day cares, the CP Center serves many special needs students. I worked directly with these students—many of them in wheelchairs with physical and\or mental disabilities, even accompanying them on field trips so they could have the same experience as other kids, but with the additional help they required. Since I had attended this daycare as a child, I was already comfortable working with students with disabilities, but my volunteer experience made me more aware of the ways we can integrate people so that they can do the same things “normal” kids would do.