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Top Medical Assistant Training in New Jersey

Do you get excited about the idea of helping others feel better, while still working in an office environment? If so, a career as a medical aide may be an ideal choice. Read this informative article about the medical assisting field and the many medical aide schools in New Jersey.

When trying to choose an accredited medical aide school in New Jersey, look for schools that are eitherCAAHEP– or ABHES-accredited. Accredited medical aide schools prepare students to work as medical aide, as well as to take certification exams. Medical aide training programs offer a mixed curriculum of lectures, lab classes, didactic studies and clinical rotations. The programs culminate into either diplomas, certificates of achievement or associate degrees. According to the CAAHEP, there are at least six accredited medical aide schools in New Jersey. 

Medical Assistant Schools in NJ

How to Get Certified in New Jersey

New Jersey does not require its medical helpmates obtain licensure or certification; however, you may want to obtain certification on your own. Certification is looked on favorably by potential employers; in fact, many require certification. Medical helper programs may require certification as a graduation requirement. The credentials you can earn are the CMA from the American Association of Medical Assistants, the RMA from the American Medical Technologists, the NCMA from the National Center for Competency Testing and either the CCMA or the CMAA from the National Healthcareer Association

Salaries for Medical Attendants in New Jersey

Salaries for New Jersey medical deputies have been above the national average as of February, 2014, according to Salary.com. Camden average annual wages were $32,877, while medical aides in Atlantic City earned an average of $34,505, with the top 90% earning almost $40,000. Medical helpmates in East Brunswick, a city that offered more competitive wages, are earning an average wage of $$36,931, with the top 90% earning $42,697. Certifications, work experience and type of employer can all factor into the wages. 

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