Pros: a mile from home; flexible schedule
Cons: no room for advancement
I learned just about everything that was available to learn. I was cross-trained in every position. I was competent at the front desk for patient registration and check-out. I could perform all Medical Assisting skills, from vitals to assisting with procedures, giving injections, collecting specimens and answering patient inquiries efficiently and accurately. I was also responsible for image acquisition. I filled in at other centers, and I signed up on several occasions for things such as the Mud Run and off-site clinics.