Learn About Medical & Nursing Careers

Ever wondered what a medical assistant, registered nurse, CNA, surgical technologist or dental lab technician does? You came to the right blog. Read our medical and nursing careers guide to learn about job descriptions, educational paths, salaries and employment opportunities too.

CMA Program Requirements

Read about common certified medical assisting program requirements including documentation, education, skill-level and physical ones.

Fast Online CMA Programs

Some accelerated online CMA programs that take as little as 6 to 10 weeks to complete, use the application to find one near you.

What Does a Pharmacy Technician Do?

Pharmacy technicians help pharmacists with their responsibilities. When you’re a pharmacy tech, you’ll be expected to take on a variety of important duties.

What Does an RN Do?

As a certified coding specialist (CCS) or health information technician, you’re going to be working behind the scenes of a medical facility, taking data from …

Fast Online Medical Billing & Coding Programs

Since some schools offering medical billing courses do allow you to "complete at your own pace" online, it is theoretically possible to complete one in 4 weeks. More realistically, some colleges will allow you to train for your medical coding certificate online in...

What Does a Dental Hygienist Do?

What does a dental hygienist do? On a typical day a dental hygienist works closely with the dentist and is responsible for a variety of tasks that include performing dental cleanings, taking and developing dental x-rays, filing patient records to track care and...

3-6 Month Massage Therapy Programs

Depending on which state you plan on earning your massage therapy license, the number of hours of training needed to become an LMT varies but averages about 600-750 hours. Can this be done in 3 months?  Let's see. 600 hours divided by 8 hour days is 75 days. Then 75...

What Does a Healthcare Administrator Do?

What does a healthcare administrator do? A healthcare administrator, also called a healthcare executive, plans, directs, coordinates and supervises the delivery of healthcare to patients. A healthcare administrator is often a specialist who manages a clinical...

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