certified medical assistant


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cer·ti·fied med·i·cal as·sis·tant

(CMA) (sĕr'ti-fīd medi-kăl ă-sis'tănt)
A health care professional whose skills have been verified by meeting examination standards set by a national board.
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Buchacker and Robert Shaw, a pediatrician on the PPH board, ignited somewhat of a firestorm, though, by admitting that physical exams may be minimal and may be conducted not by doctors or nurses but by certified medical assistants (CMA).
A trademark of The Certification Commission, LLC, Specialty Certified Medical Assistant SCMA[TM] aims to provide additional value and credentials to individuals in the medical assisting profession.
The thing that only makes this better is that my daughter is a licensed certified medical assistant, and the state won't allow her to take care of my mother and get paid because she needs to be evaluated by the state in order to do so - and they can't get to the evaluation until February.
The center will be providing the training as part of the development of the Certified Medical Assistant program.
com/), which provides a comprehensive specialty medical assistant certification program, has announced the release of a podcast discussing the many advantages of becoming a Specialty Certified Medical Assistant (SCMA[TM]) in today's competitive job market.
She was a certified medical assistant at Eugene Rehabilitation Health Care.
Candy Miller, a certified medical assistant and account specialist at Women's Care in Eugene, has been awarded the Betty Hill Award for outstanding services to the Oregon Society of Medical Assistants.
whether someone is credentialed as a Certified Medical Assistant by the AAMA or as a Registered Medical Assistant by AMT).
the distinction between "medical assistant-certified" and "medical assistant-registered" has nothing to do with whether someone is credentialed as a Certified Medical Assistant by the AAMA or as a Registered Medical Assistant by AMT.

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