Our thanks go out to our wonderful Carrington College student body nationwide for helping to make our recent Open House event a huge success! Friends, family, and members of the public came through the doors of all our 18 campus locations to see what our students are doing every day in class,…

One of the foremost benefits of becoming a certified medical assistant is that it will enable you to work in a number of different professional settings throughout your career. While you may enter your studies with a specific vision of your dream job, it’s extremely important to keep an open…

While your classes in different realms of medicine will qualify you to become a medical assistant, you’ll still likely be surprised by some of the practices you engage in during your actual employment.
Though this disconnect in understanding can be somewhat worrisome, there’s no need to fret…

Certified medical assistants are often the first medical professional that patients see when arriving at a hospital, emergency room or private practice.
Because of this, it is often the case that these assistants work with individuals who are experiencing severe pain from a recent injury or…

Entering the workforce after finishing your education can be a frightening or intimidating thing for many people. This emotion is not without causation, as it represents one of the more dramatic shifts you will have undergone at that point in your life.
Nonetheless, it doesn’t need to be…

Whether you’re becoming a certified pharmacy technician or working towards your medical assistant certificate, you may have completed some coursework regarding the purpose and administering of vaccinations.
It appears that one of the most controversial immunizations, the HPV vaccine, has…

The World Health Organization is urging countries worldwide to invest in fighting 17 neglected tropical diseases, according to an official news release.1
The organization released a progress report showcasing that many neglected tropical diseases are in fact petering out, but that increased…