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Start your career in health care.

Our seven-week, paid Medical Assistant (MA) Pathway Program will help you develop the skills you’ll need to support one of our primary or specialty care practices.

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Learn about patient-and family-centered care, medical terminology, communication techniques, rooming patients, point-of-care testing, vital signs, measurements, screenings, procedural assistance and more.

As you gain confidence, we’ll support you every step of the way with opportunities to further develop your skills and advance your career.


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