Medical assistants on the front line of patient care

[Star Tribune, April 21, 2010] Medical assistants aid in and perform procedures in a clinic, under the supervision of a physician. Employers may require them to be certified in this field, which can help workers discern other health care careers they might want to pursue.

Clinicals often lead to jobs, according to Karen Tennis, RN, clinical services manager for Allina Hospitals & Clinics' West St. Paul and Eagan clinics.

Posted on April 26, 2010 in Allina Health ClinicsnewspapersStar Tribune

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