Bryan University Medical Assistant Associate Degree Organizations

Two Great Professional Organizations for You After Earning Your Medical Assistant Associate Degree

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The medical assistant program at Bryan University gives you an opportunity to begin a career with allied health organizations and healthcare providers. You may find yourself working at a hospital, doctor’s office, clinic, urgent care facility, health insurance company, university, or research facility. In today’s blog from Bryan University, we discuss two great professional organizations to belong to if you’re a medical assistant.

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American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA)

This organization provides continuing education opportunities, regular newsletters, access to learning materials, discounts on workshops and tests, and connections with other medical assistants through local, state, and national events. The connections you make through the AAMA help you elevate your career by boosting your job leads. Volunteering to work for the organization creates leadership opportunities in your field. You’ll also get competitive rates on health insurance and benefits through the AAMA.

Joining the American Association of Medical Assistants is easy. Just fill out your information, including an email address, to become an active, associate, affiliate, or student member.

American Medical Technologists (AMT)

American Medical Technologists is the organization Bryan University partners with for our medical assistant program. After finishing your diploma or degree in the medical assistant program at Bryan U, you’ll be ready to take the Registered Medical Assistant exam. Passing this exam lets healthcare organizations know you’re able to work as a medical assistant.

Members of AMT stay current with their profession, build credibility with potential employers, stay on top of industry changes, continue their education, and network with other medical assistants and potential employers. You’ll also re-certify after three years.

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Medical Assistant Program at Bryan University

Bryan University’s medical assistant program prepares you to work in a variety of settings. You might choose a job in an ordinary office or a specialized environment as you pick your career path. Call Bryan University toll-free at 1-855-862-0755 or enroll now to explore how you can elevate your career in allied health!

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