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Medical Assistant Jobs: Orthopedics

Orthopedic surgeons are a subset of physicians who concentrate on treating the bones, joints, and nerves of the body, otherwise known as the musculoskeletal system. As a medical assistant who’s serious about helping patients find relief and healing from injuries, you may find a satisfying career in an office of orthopedic surgery.

Orthopedic surgeons care for patients with arthritis, trauma, and conditions that may require ankle, elbow, hip, knee, and other joint replacements. As someone looking for orthopedic medical assistant jobs, you could make a real impact on individuals who have fractures and damaged cartilage, or who need surgery. Once you’re equipped with a medical assistant diploma, you’ll be able to help orthopedic surgery offices maintain records, set appointments, contact patient insurance companies, perform minor surgeries, take vital signs, transcribe orthopedic surgeon notes, and more.

To get the training you need to help out in an orthopedic office, learn about OBC’s medical assisting classes in Cleveland and Sandusky, Ohio.

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