Pharmacy technicians assist pharmacists in preparing and dispensing prescription medications.
A certified nursing assistant, or CNA, will work under the direction of a nurse to help provide health care for clients and patients at home, hospitals, and other facilities.
Emergency medical technicians, or EMTs, are medical personnel who respond to emergencies and stabilize patients before they are taken to a hospital.
Certified medical assistants perform many duties in medical offices, from filing insurance claims to taking a patient's vital signs.
Dental assistants help with many health care tasks in a dental office from taking dental x-rays to scheduling appointments.
Medical administrative assistants perform clerical work in doctors' and hospital offices.
Personal trainers/fitness managers help clients in areas such as weight loss, muscle building, and increasing their fitness levels.
A physician professional coder assigns the correct universal medical alphanumeric code to describe the type of service a patient will receive in a hospital or healthcare facility.
Physical therapy technicians assist physical therapists in providing health care and rehabilitation services.
A Certified Medication Aide is a certified nursing assistant (CNA) responsible for administering daily medication to patients in a hospital or medical facility.