Medical Training Workshops
 
Proudly Serving:
All 50 States &
Maryland, Washington DC, VA

Workshop Schedule:
          May vary from one night per week                6:30 p.m.–9:00 p.m. or
Saturdays, 10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

Schedules May Change
Without Notice

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NAAHP
National Association for Allied Healthcare Professionals

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Doctor's Help Featured Training Workshops:

Phlebotomy

Medical Administration

Medical Billing

 EKG

Electronic Health Records

CPR

First Aid

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American Red Cross

Quest Diagnostics

 Kaiser Permanente

Patient First

Portamedic

 

 

National Association for Allied Healthcare Professionals

                                 

The mission of the National Association of Allied Health Professionals is to provide the allied healthcare providers with certification, networking opportunities, education, and advocacy for quality patient health care. www.NationalAHP.org. Toll Free: 877-759-0953

 The following is a list of a four certification exams:

• Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)
• Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)
• Certified EKG Technician (CET)
• Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA)

Information about Physician Assistants
Physician Assistants (PAs) practice medicine under the supervision of physicians and surgeons. They should not be confused with medical assistants, who perform routine clinical and clerical tasks. PAs are formally trained to provide diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventive health care services as delegated by  physicians. Working as members of the health care team, they take medical histories, exam, test, and treat patients, order and interpret laboratory tests and x rays, and make diagnoses. They also treat minor injuries, by suturing, splinting, and casting. PAs record progress notes, instruct and counsel patients, and order or carry out therapy.

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Physician assistants work under the supervision of a physician. However, PAs may be the principal care providers in rural or inner city clinics, where a physician is present for only 1 or 2 days each week. In such cases, the PA confers with the supervising physician and other medical professionals as needed and as required by law. PAs also may make house calls or go to hospitals and nursing care facilities to check on patients, after which they report back to the physician.

Many PAs work in primary care specialties, such as general internal medicine, pediatrics, and family medicine. Other specialty areas include general and thoracic surgery, emergency medicine, orthopedics, and geriatrics. PAs specializing in surgery provide preoperative and postoperative care and may work as first or second assistants during major surgery.

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