The career that fascinates me and what I plan to be when Im older, is a Dental Hygienist. A dental hygienist is a stressful job, but it helps a lot of people. You are helping people get better teeth and even look better, because when people have straight pretty teeth, they seem to have an upgrade in their looks. I haven’t always wanted to be a dental hygienist, I had many other career choices. But, something about making people smile when I’m the reason they look good doing it makes me happy.
During your academic year what did you do extra to be considered a strong applicant?
As long as I can remember, I have always been interested in the unpredictable and fast paced nature of emergency medicine. So when given this assignment I knew that I wanted to find out more about a profession in this field of medicine. I found the idea of becoming a paramedic especially intriguing and wanted to find out more about the profession especially since I know several people who are in this profession already. I had the pleasure of being able to talk to Bobby Horn who has been in the EMS field for over 20 years, including working as a paramedic. I plan to look into several aspects of what it means to be a paramedic which include the overall work environment with responsibilities,
If you're interested in becoming a medical assistant, talk to a medical assistant and ask a lot of questions. Watch someone for the day their job. Make sure you go to an accredited school and be careful that you have transferable credits. It's important to become a certified medical assistant. Some medical assistant schools train their students to take the exam while in school. When you get out of school, it's best to get your feet wet in a family practice or internal medicine practice. You'll lose your skills if you don't get hands-on experience. It's important to be well rounded. As a medical assistant you learn every day. You learn from your patients as well as your co-workers. You have to be prepared to deal with losses. But in an outpatient practice your experience with patients isn't as concentrated as it is in a hospital. You see your patients once a week, once a month or twice a
First off we are going to talk about school. Yes I know this is a scary subject but don 't worry I will make it sound just as amazing as it is. When you have decided that you are ready to start this adventure you will need to pick a school. The best way to accomplish this is to well "Google" it. Find out the ins and outs of every college around you. If you ever want to continue your education further than just a Surgical Technologist you will need to know if the credits you get from one will transfer to another. After you have done the appopriate reasearch and signed up for class it is time to get this show on the road. Of course you will need to take math, english and maybe more depending on your college. While you are taking these you will learn the "basics" of Surgical Technology. You will learn the rules and regulations of hospitals and the operating room, you will learn to move and deal with the patient. After you have completed the basics you will move on to principals from here you will learn the instruments and what you can and can 't do in the operating room. Now that you have learned almost everything about being a Surgical Technologist and your brain is abot to blow. It 's time for clinics, this is where you go to local hospitals and get your beginning experence. You will have a check list that must be completed by the end of your six months or whatever time frame your college has. This is where you will put all you have learned into action, walking into
The Questions one should ask is Who is taking care of your brain? As a Neurodiagnostic technician, I will have the ability to work with surgeons, physicians, researchers and educators to serve people. Being a Neurodiagnostic technician, I will have the ability to diagnose seizures and other neuroglial disorders. Furthermore, being a Neurodiagnostic technician, I will have the ability to detect how quickly the brain receives messages which are some cases can be vital for the patient. I want to be a Neurodiagnostic technician because the field helps to maintain the quality of life and in many cases, it helps saves lives. I love the quality time that a Neurodiagnostic technician can spend with the patient. I believe that having a good relationship with the patient is the most important objective when working in the health care field.
My career goal is to become a diagnostic medical sonographer, or an ultrasound technician. Each day as an ultrasound technician will bring new surprises. In the morning a sonographer could be conducting an OB/GYN ultrasound, helping an excited first-time mom see her fetus developing in her belly. Then, then in the next procedure your trying to calm an old woman as she waits to see if her tumors have grown. The days of a medical sonographer are never dull but are challenging, fast-paced, and rewarding. As a sonographer you have the opportunity to help all kinds of different people, from all walks of life, with all kinds of different problems.
My future goal is to be a Diagnostic Sonography Technician. The aspiration I have is to make my parents proud. I will be the first child in my home to graduate from high school and go to college and continue studying. Not only would I be making my parents proud, but going to college always guarantees you have a better job, with a better pay this means I would be able to help my parents out with a lot more than just a bill. When my parents are to be an old age my goal is for them not to have to worry about expenses, because I would be covering it. With the money I would be earning if I were to finish college, It would be so much easier for me to help those in need.
Clinical are part of your nursing classes that you must complete before you can graduate or even pass on to the next course. Every class varies from the location of the clinical, skills involved, and amount of hours you complete in order to move on. My first class that I had a clinical in was Foundations of Nursing which had to be completed in a nursing home so you can learn the basic care for a patient. The nursing home my instructor choose was Capitol Hill, a state funded nursing home.
For some jobs you would need teamwork skills to get your tasks done in time. In my placement at Vellore Woods Density most of the time we need to use teamwork skills because we are handling with people’s teeth and need to communicate with each other on what we need such as equipment’s. Patients are sometimes hard to keep them calm when they are all worked up or simply really nervous. We would try to reassure them, and tell them things would work out well. I learned a trick from my co-workers that if you keep calm, the patients will keep calm as well. They will also distract them by having mini conversations or have a conversation with each other (dentist and assistant) when the patients is going through surgery. This makes the patient be focused on the conversation then what’s going on with the
I am Dustin Hopper. I am currently working in the Emergency Department at a large hospital. My plans and interest here at TCC are to major in the field of Nursing. My plans for the future is to become a registered nurse and to dedicate my life to helping people. I 'm determined to become a nurse to touch lives not only as a provider of health care but also as a teacher. I am committed to excelling personally and professionally in all that I do and to serve as a role model by leading a healthy lifestyle. My hobby is reading. I read story books, magazines, newspapers and any kind of material that I find interesting. Books provide the reader with so much information and facts. They have certainly helped me in my daily life. I am better equipped to cope with living.
Discuss: This person verifies the type of benefits the patient has to cover medically necessary procedures. This allows the patient to know what the financial responsibility will be before the procedure is done. It also lets the practice know if part or all of the financial responsibility need to be taken care of up front. This is not only beneficial financially but the verifier also works on behalf of patient care by ensuring the patient get all benefits allowed for needed procedures. Communication skills are a definite asset in this position.
Medical coding is the right career choice for me. The responsibilities and work expected match well with my personal strengths. The field is growing rapidly. It’s the perfect time to get an Associate’s Degree in Medical Reimbursement and Coding. However, before committing to starting a new career path, there are many questions I need answered about this field.
I agree that our jobs as Rad Tech is different than many others because we deal with many others people like (Radiologist, Nurses, Patients, patients family, Equipment, PACS, and IT teeam) which making our job harder to be stress free. I agree that one of the best ways to create better work environment is to build a good relationship between Rad tech and mangers.
Patients often deal with physical as well as emotional difficulties, so you must be able to empathize with your patients, treat them in a kind, caring and gentle manner, and show an inspiring and reassuring behavior.