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Medical Assistant Position opening - Tampa Bay, Fl area

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Internal Medicine / Geriatric care clinic will be hiring a medical assistant to start the first week of November 2017. The office employs two physicians and one physician assistant. This is a great opportunity for pre-PA students to earn quality patient contact hours in order to bolster their applications for physician assistant programs. Additionally, the office is a rotation site for the local PA program. This provides an opportunity for interaction with current PA students during their rotations.

 

Must have medical assistant certification or a Bachelor's degree in a science or medically based field of study. Throughout the years, the office has employed a couple of medical assistants who have gone on to complete a physician assistant program.

 

Please message me for more details if you are interested.

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