Celebrating Medical Assistants Recognition Week!
To all the medical assistants, both seasoned professionals and those just starting their journey, your dedication is truly commendable. From experienced hands to students burning the midnight oil, each one of you plays a crucial role in shaping the future of healthcare.
Students and future medical assistants, your passion and drive to join this noble profession will ensure that patients continue to receive the best care possible. Your aspirations today will be the healthcare successes of tomorrow.
For those already in the field, your unwavering commitment, clinical expertise, and the warmth you bring to patient care make all the difference. You’re not just the backbone of healthcare but also mentors for the next generation.
This week, we celebrate with all of you, the present and the future of medical assisting. Here’s to the heroes in scrubs, both current and upcoming!
Thank you for making a difference every single day. Keep shining, learning, and inspiring!
If you are on the Franklin Campus the week of October 16–20, stop by room F1204 for a special gift from VGCC’s very own Medical Assisting Student Organization!
– submitted by Mercedes Kamoru, Medical Assisting Program Head
Medical Assistants Recognition Week (MARWeek) is celebrated every year during the third full week of October. According to the American Association of Medical Assistants, medical assisting is an allied health profession whose practitioners function as members of the health care delivery team and perform administrative and clinical procedures. With their unique versatility, medical assistants are proving to be the allied health professional of choice for this decade and beyond. Vance-Granville Community College offers both an associate degree and a diploma in Medical Assisting.