What Does It Take to Make It as a Medical Assistant?

make it as a medical assistantIf you want to make it as a Medical Assistant it takes more than graduating school, becoming certified, and getting hired for your first job.

Working as a Medical Assistant requires a level of professionalism, motivation, and an outlook on providing healthcare that’s essential to be a well-rounded healthcare worker.

Are you ready to train to become a Medical Assistant employers want to hire?

Start Thinking like a Medical Assistant

Do you want to start thinking like a professional Medical Assistant during your school training?

Then take a look at the American Association of Medical Assistants Medical Assisting Code of Ethics and Medical Assisting Creed.

The American Association of Medical Assistants Medical Assisting Code of Ethics

  1. Render service with full respect for the dignity of humanity.
  2. Respect confidential information obtained through employment unless legally authorized or required by responsible performance of duty to divulge such information.
  3. Uphold the honor and high principles of the profession and accept its disciplines.
  4. Seek to continually improve the knowledge and skills of medical assistants for the benefit of patients and professional colleagues.
  5. Participate in additional service activities aimed toward improving the health and well-being of the community.

The American Association of Medical Assistants Medical Assisting Creed   

  1. I believe in the principles and purposes of the profession of medical assisting.
  2. I endeavor to be more effective.
  3. I aspire to render greater service.
  4. I protect the confidence entrusted to me.
  5. I am dedicated to the care and well-being of all people.
  6. I am loyal to my employer.
  7. I am true to the ethics of my profession.
  8. I am strengthened by compassion, courage, and faith.

Can you strive to provide the level of professionalism and care the American Association of Medical Assistants describes?

It’s something to keep in mind as you start your Medical Assistant training.