Rachel Ballard, RNC, BSN has been working in both acute care and public health settings for almost a decade. With a love for people, Rachel has been sharing her knowledge as a writer for many years. Published on a variety of sites, Rachel works to promote health and wellness around the web with a fun, and easy-to-read format. Her writing background includes professional blogging, sales copy, press releases and personal injury work in addition to her medical writing background. Rachel lives in Central Kentucky with her husband and two children and enjoys farming, gardening and cooking (when there’s time!).
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Medical Office Assisting
AAS - Medical Adminstration Assistant
A Note About Accreditation
You must complete a medical assistant program accredited by ABHES or CAAHEP to take the CMA (Certified Medical Assistant) exam.
Jennifer currently works as a medical assistant and studies nursing.
Yanique started her career in healthcare as a medical assistant.
Stephen studied medical assisting in Burr Ridge, IL.
Nancy went back to school at age 46 to study medical assisting.
Sharon recommends schools that offer job placement.
Colisha wishes that she had attended an accredited school.
Sara wanted to leave her waitressing job to be a medical assistant.
Articles by title
- Accreditation Note
- What is Medical Assisting?
- Medical Assisting Job Outlook
- Medical Assistant Salaries
- Medical Assisting: The Big Picture
- Preparing for the CMA Exam
- Mastering Your Interview
- Challenges of Medical Assisting
- Choosing the Right School for You
- Three Considerations: Finances, Faculty and Future
- My Experiences Working in the Healthcare Field
- Job Resources Mega-list
- Rachel Ballard Bio