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Minnesota West celebrates medical assistants

WORTHINGTON -- Medical assistants are in the spotlight this week, as Minnesota West Community and Technical College is celebrating its students and alumni dedicated to the profession.

WORTHINGTON - Medical assistants are in the spotlight this week, as Minnesota West Community and Technical College is celebrating its students and alumni dedicated to the profession.

The college, which was recently named the No. 4 Top medical Assistant programs by edsmart.com, is participating in Medical Assistants Recognition Week, celebrated throughout the nation annually during the third full week of October.


The college’s online Medical Assistant program was ranked according to affordability, academic quality and student satisfaction.

Medical assistants are health professionals who support the work of physicians and other health professionals with responsibilities ranging from administrative to clinical duties.

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