A Medical Assisting career is one of the fastest growing in Hawaii! If you don’t have a college degree, or you’re looking to change careers without spending years in school, the Hawaii Medical College medical assisting diploma program is for you. In as little as 15 months, you can be out working hands-on duties with real patients.
What is a medical assistant? What do they do?
Medical assistants play an important role in almost every function of patient care. From taking a patient’s medical history to hands-on patient care and front-office management, a medical assistant in Hawaii has many career opportunities.
With our training, you’ll be great in both assisting the front office, hands-on patient care, and being a valuable member of the team.
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