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    Name: Krysteena
    Job Title: Medical Assistant
    Years of Experience: 17
    Where: Renton, WA
    Current Employer: Southlake Clinic
    Education: Certified Medical Assistant
    Salary: See the PayScale Research Center for the average salary of a medical assistant.

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