The medical field is a promising field to pursue a career in. Not only are there plenty of options for jobs available to you, but those jobs are always clamoring for more applicants. The ability to make a lot of money doesn’t hurt either. If you’re interested in pursuing a career in the medical field, then here are a few ideas of what direction you could take.

Home Health Aide

You can quickly get into the medical field if you become a home health aide. In fact, you can complete a short training that only lasts about four or five weeks. Home health aides are responsible for the daily activities of a client, typically anyone who can’t fully care for themselves such as the elderly, disabled, or injured. These responsibilities usually include things like administering medication, assisting with bathing and grooming, and taking the person to their doctor's appointments. They may also report to a case manager.

Medical Assistant

Medical assistants perform basic healthcare duties, such as administering injections and taking vital signs. They can also do clerical tasks, such as scheduling appointments, filing papers, and handling insurance claims. There are many medical assistant programs available. Some of them allow you to complete your training online, and most of these programs can be completed in just one or two years.

Medical Records Clerk

If you are looking for a career in the medical field that does not require you to work directly with patients, then you can become a medical records clerk. They are responsible for maintaining and protecting patient records. They will also be asked to file paperwork. All you need for this job is a high school diploma or GED. This is an entry-level job, and some employers will even train you on the job.

However, it can be helpful to have prior experience in the medical field. You can also benefit from earning a certification in certified electronic records or registered health information.


A phlebotomist is a professional who draws blood from patients that will be used for testing or a transfusion. They usually work in labs, hospitals, long-term care facilities, or blood banks. You need to be licensed before you can practice as a phlebotomist. Fortunately, you can get the training that you need in just two semesters. After you get the training, you will need to take an exam and get your certification.

If you are looking for a promising career that allows you to make a nice living, then you should consider joining the medical field. There are many careers to choose from, and though only a few were listed here, these careers can at least get you started or turn out to be the perfect fit for you.

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