Soon after medical assistant grad Steve Barbosa walked into Bay Area Medical Academy, he discovered a passion for the new direction he was taking in his life.
It’s a passion that helped Steve graduate BAMA’s medical assisting program with the knowledge and skills needed to start a career working in healthcare.
Steve, like many other BAMA graduates, including his wife, Athena, is a great example of someone who decided that going back to school was the key to unlocking a brighter future.
“BAMA definitely did give me a second chance,” says Steve. “Actually, I would refer to it more as a third chance. Something most people wouldn’t get in life.”
Want to learn more about Steve’s medical assistant grad success story?
Then watch his video below.
Does working in healthcare appeal to you? Are you thinking about going back to school to train to become a medical assistant? Then start your school research by reaching out to Bay Area Medical Academy on 415-217-0077 or at info[at]bamasf.com.