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Several jobs are available to individuals who are seeking a medical career. Employment in the medical field does not mean becoming a physician or nurse. In fact, many with medical careers do not have a four-year degree. Medical careers are exciting and rewarding. Task may vary according to each day, and assisting patients make the job worthwhile.

Understandably, devoting eight years or more to college is not feasible for everyone. Fortunately, a career in the medical field is achievable with as little as two years of training. Occupations such as medical assistants, medical transcription, medical secretary, and so forth are careers in the medical field that do not require sacrificing a lot of time or money.

Physicians and nurses are excellent when it comes to caring for a patient's needs and concerns. Unfortunately, they are unable to do everything. Medical offices are extremely busy. Paperwork must be filed, insurances verified, and so forth. Doctors and nurses depend on medical assistants to help them accomplish all the day's task. Beginning a medical career as a medical assistant or secretary is ideal for energetic, hardworking individuals. The life of a medical assistant is fast-paced, but exciting. This is also a perfect opportunity for those who are interested in advancing in the medical field.

In the medical field, accurate records must be kept for each patient. Doctors will generally make daily recordings summarizing an appointment with a patient. These voice recording are transcribed by a medical transcriptionist. Prior to beginning a medical career in transcription, transcriptionist must have a thorough knowledge of medical terminology. This field does not require extensive training; however some transcriptionists choose to take courses in terminology. These courses are beneficial because they cover terminology from all areas of medicine. Having knowledge of more than one area of medicine presents the transcriptionist with more opportunities.

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