Did you know that you can become a dental assistant in a matter of months? The key to a speedy success is taking the right steps. To help you become a dental assistant, we’ve mapped out the course you need to follow.
You review patient medical records, assigning the proper medical codes to their corresponding medical treatment, diagnosis and more. The data you code is used to determine everything from billing to population health statistics. Most importantly, your work directly affects patient care.
Whether you’re an LPN looking to advance your career or this is entry into healthcare, becoming a registered nurse (RN) is easy. The key to success is knowing the right steps to take before you ever even enroll.
Wondering if dental assisting is right for you? Tune in to learn a few of the reasons dental assistants love what they do.
Want to earn a living while making a difference? Working as a Medical Assistant allows professionals to make money and an impact in the healthcare industry.
Medical coding school is one of the many fields within the burgeoning healthcare industry. So, is it worth it? We’re not going to answer that question for you, but we will provide you with some information, allowing you to decide for yourself.
Check out these articles written about Northwestern College’s Violet L. Schumacher School of Nursing’s pinning ceremony on September 7th. To learn more about Northwestern’s Nursing program, you can visit the Nursing program page.
It may be a challenge determining what skills, experience, and even fonts you should choose when crafting your medical assistant resume. But with the average recruiter spending less than 7 seconds reviewing an individual resume, you need to make sure the job opportunities you are applying for aren’t ending as a fast track to the round file. The best way to grab your prospective employer’s attention is to focus on the first thing they’ll read: your objective.
Specialized education that results in a successful career is good education, something J. F. Fish believed when he founded Northwestern College in 1902. He also foresaw that Chicago would need competent, well-trained workers to support its rapidly growing business community. His vision still holds true today.
Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, Northwestern College offers focused degree and certificate programs geared to industries that are expected to grow and produce new jobs well into the future. Unnecessary coursework has been eliminated in Northwestern College’s programs in business administration, healthcare and technology to concentrate on the skills directly related to your chosen career. Many programs can have you ready for your career in as few as two years.
A Northwestern College education delivers a results-based education that is important to a fulfilling career. The following are benefits of choosing to study at Northwestern College.
Northwestern College is hosting a Healthcare Career Fair on Thursday, May 24. Learn more here!