Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Certified Medical Assistant (CMA)?

Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) in New York:
"Awesome."
Pros: The diversity of people
Cons: The travel

Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) in Fond Du Lac:
"Good working conditions, culture, cost of living."
Pros: Good place to work.
Cons: Nothing.

Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) in Athens:
"Learn."
Learn as much as you possibly can, so you will always be ahead of the game.

Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) in Erie:
"The pay does not equal the work."
Pros: I enjoy my job very much and I work with great people. Its a great job.
Cons: The pay doesn't match the amount of work that I do. I know most people would say the same thing, but its so true. I have a lot of responsibility and I just don't feel my pay reflects that at all.

Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) in San Francisco:
"Sets standard for performance."
Pros: Going home after.
Cons: Smelly patients.

Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) in Tuscaloosa:
"I love it.encouraging patients, listening to them."
Pros: Taking care of the patients, making them feel better. And letting them know they can talk to me about whatever is going on.And I do my best to help them.Listen, in courage the patient. Let them know they are Love.
Cons: Seeing the patients so down. And in pain. We talk and pray for better days.

Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) in Atlanta:
"Should I settle?"
Pros: The hours and benefits are great for Atlanta.
Cons: The providers and the pay rate are something else to be desired.