The Indispensible Endoscopy Technician

April 2, 2012 in Medical Careers | Permalink

ENDOSCOPY technician

In the realm of health care there are many people who work in unison to create a smooth running, efficient institution.  There are of course the doctors and nurses whom you tend to see as the front runners, but what of all the various technicians that are essential?  One such… Continue Reading →

Breathe Well & Become a Respiratory Therapist

March 30, 2012 in Medical Careers | Permalink

respiratory therapy

Working with patients with breathing and cardiovascular problems, some who are critical can be quite challenging.  You must have the technical expertise and knowledge to care and treat these types of cases.  If this type of work entices you and you are interested in a career within healthcare, then becoming… Continue Reading →

Surgical Technologists Needed Now and in Future

March 29, 2012 in Medical Careers | Permalink

surgical technologist

Every day several upon several surgical procedures are conducted.  Many are life-saving and several others are minor surgical procedures.  Each procedure depends highly on the collaboration of many different medical personnel.  One of those valued members of the team is a surgical technologist who provides assistance to the surgeons and… Continue Reading →

Hospitals Need X-ray Technicians

March 28, 2012 in Medical Careers | Permalink

x-ray technician

Have you been thinking of a job in the healthcare field without going to medical school, but not sure what is out there?  Well, let me tell you that there are plenty of great careers available in healthcare.  A well-run hospital has a multitude of personnel with varying education and… Continue Reading →

Become a Leader in Healthcare – Healthcare Administration

March 27, 2012 in Medical Careers | Permalink

healthcare administration

When some people hear the word healthcare they think of only doctors or nurses, but healthcare jobs go so much deeper.  There are an abundant amount of career options when it comes to healthcare.  In order to have a efficiently running hospital or clinic you of course need your doctors… Continue Reading →

Steps Towards Becoming a Dental Hygienist

March 25, 2012 in Medical Careers | Permalink

dental hygienist

Looking into becoming a dental hygienist is a very smart move.  Dental hygienists have a rewarding job not only on a personal level but on a financial one as well, with an average annual income of around $50,000.  Plus, this career, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, will… Continue Reading →

The Road to Becoming a Registered Nurse

March 22, 2012 in Medical Careers | Permalink

Currently there is a shortage of Registered Nurses all over the U.S.  If it continues, according to the U.S. Department of Labor, by the year 2020 there will be an estimated shortage of 800,000 nurses.  It takes a special person to be a nurse.  If you have the people skill,… Continue Reading →

Helping Others Help Themselves: A Career in Occupational Therapy

March 19, 2012 in Medical Careers | Permalink

occupational therapy

Have you been thinking about what you what to do in the future, but know that you would like a career helping people?  You know you do not want to go to medical school to become a doctor, but you do want to help people lead active and productive lives. … Continue Reading →

Be the Key in a Dental Office Become a Dental Assistant

March 17, 2012 in Medical Careers | Permalink

dental assistant

With the right training and education a career in dental and oral health care can provide many opportunities.  There are plenty career options within this field that you can choose from.  One of those options is a career as a dental assistant. Dental Assistant Tasks A dental assistant works under… Continue Reading →

Jobs Galore Within a Nursing Career

March 5, 2012 in Medical Careers | Permalink

Nursing Jobs

When you think of nurses, many people see in their mind’s eye someone dressed in white running from room to room in a hospital taking care of various patients.  There is so much more to nursing than the old Florence Nightingale persona.  Modern day nurses work in and out of… Continue Reading →