X-Ray Medical Technician® - Medical Assistant

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X-Ray Medical Technician® – Medical Assistant Program

The Heritage X-Ray Medical Technician® – Medical Assistant program consists of a curriculum of medical assisting courses that include classes in limited-scope x-ray. Graduates of the X-Ray Medical Technician® – Medical Assistant program are hold a valuable place in the medical community. They not only have the ability to perform x-rays but are also trained medical assistants.

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X-Ray Medical Technician® – Medical Assistant Medical Assistant Career

Students enjoy the flexibility of possessing a wide variety of skills as an X-Ray Medical Technician® – Medical Assistant. You will receive training in both clinical and administrative duties required in a variety of settings. If you enjoy reviewing screens, helping others, benefits and an opportunity to expand your horizon, a career as an limited-scope X-Ray Technician and Medical Assistant may be the path for you.

Going to a Limited-Scope X-Ray Technician School

The Heritage X-Ray Medical Technician® – Medical Assistant program offers training in both medical assisting and LSO (Limited Scope Operator – sometimes incorrectly called X-Ray Tech or X-Ray Technician). The center of the program includes a curriculum to teach medical assisting. In addition to medical assistant skills, the X-Ray Medical Technician® – Medical Assistant course also teaches limited-scope x-ray technician classes designed to make graduates more valuable in a medical office environment. Our limited-scope x-ray technician schools / medical assistant schools are accredited by the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES).

What skills will I learn?

  • Vital Signs
  • Limited Scope X-Ray
  • Phlebotomy
  • Physiology & Anatomy
  • Medical Office Administration
  • Health Information Management
  • Electrocardiograms
  • Diagnostic Testing
  • X-Ray Film Assessment
  • Medical Billing and Coding
  • Basic Pharmacology
  • Laboratory Services
  • Sutures & Dressings and more…

The Heritage College X-Ray Medical Technician® – Medical Assistant program curriculum will focus your studies on the information you need to enter the healthcare field. Your dedicated X-Ray Medical Technician® – Medical Assistant instructors will make certain that you understand the materials so you can pursue your career with confidence.

Where do graduates from the X-Ray Medical Technician® – Medical Assistant program work?

  • Doctor’s Offices
  • Urgent Care Centers
  • Extended Living Facilities
  • Clinics and more…
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Disclaimer: Radiology and Radiography vs. X-Ray Medical Tech. The Heritage X-Ray – Medical Technician® Medical Assistant program offers training in limited-scope x-ray, in addition to a traditional medical assistant curriculum. A limited-scope x-ray technician may also sometimes be known as a General X-ray Machine Operator (GXMO) or a Basic X-ray Machine Operator (BXMO). Limited-scope x-ray operators are not radiologists, radiographers, radiography technicians, or radiology technicians (“rad techs”), however they can do many of the routine x-ray tasks that are common in most medical offices.

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