Medical Assistant Jobs in Rhode Island

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Specs Eyecare Inc - Middletown, RI
Position includes but not limited to: Pretesting workups,fundus photography and OCT, visual field testing, contact lens teaching, and assisting doctors. Experience with electronic medical records preferred...
23 days ago
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary - Providence, RI
Assistant in Ophthalmology *Requisition Number:* 16-0299 *Post Date:* 8/8/2016 *Title:* CERTIFIED OPHTHALMIC ASSISTANT *Department:* Providence/Plainville *Shift:* Day *Hours Per Week:* 40 *City:*...
30+ days ago

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Medical Assistant Online Courses and Training Opportunities

NSDC Course: General Duty Assistant (Healthcare)
The free online course General Duty Assistant introduces you to the role of a General Duty Assistant and what it involves.

As a General Duty Assistant your role involves assistance to...

Medical Terminology

This course introduces elements of medical terminology, such as the etymology of words used to describe the human body. Students learn to apply proper terminology and spelling for major...


Medical Computing

The focus of the course is on medical science and practice in the age of automation and the genome, both present and future.

It ncludes an analysis of the computational needs of...


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