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Medical Office Careers
Those interested in medical office careers can look forward to excellent job prospects. In fact, growth is expected to skyrocket in this industry as compared with other occupations overall. The Bureau of Labor Statistics surveys that employment in medical office careers is expected to increase 34% by 2018. That's nearly 164,000 new positions opening in the next 6 years!*
Did you know?
Individuals considering medical office careers should expect to perform the administrative and clinical tasks that keep medical offices running smoothly. In small practices, one may perform widely diverse tasks, and report directly to an office manager, physician or other health practitioner. Those employed in in large practices tend to specialize in a particular area and work as part of a staff supervised by a department administrator.
Training for Medical Office Careers
PCDI's medical office school is designed to help you achieve the skills you'll need for worthwhile medical office careers. 24 easy to follow comprehensive courses will equip to begin a career in medical office assisting. Since each lesson is offered online, you set your own pace. Study when or wherever is best for you. That means you could be ready to pursue medical office careers in as little as 6 months.
And, we make getting started easy. All your study materials, including textbooks and workbooks, are included in our low tuition. Plus, interest-free monthly payment plans make getting your medical office training affordable.
Take the path to medical office careers today! Enroll online or call 1-888-909-0558 to speak with an Admissions Advisor.Enroll Now » Request Info »
Interested in Medical Office careers? Learn more about our medical office course materials and options for financing your education by visiting AshworthCollege.edu. Ashworth College is a division of PCDI, a leader in distance education.
*Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition, Medical Assistants