I was able to put into practice everything that I had learned in school in the past 12 months. I was able to room patients in, vitals, injections, go through patient history, assist the doctor in Pap Smears, perform EKGs, inventory, pend medications, and procedures. I was able to do everything. Since it was a small clinic you were able to help with everything. Each MA has a doctor who she attends to and you work as a team to help each other. The MA's were awesome at every point. They we're willing to teach me something if I didn't know how to do it and they answered all my questions if I needed any. The most enjoyable part of the job of being a MA is helping the patient feel better than what they felt when they came in. I think the hardest part of the job is not being able to make patients do what is needed to improve their state of health. You can give the patient all the resources, and time but if they don't do nothing then what can you do?