The Industry

Are you looking for medical internships or entry level medical jobs? If so, you should know that the healthcare sector offers many career opportunities. Medical professionals demonstrate empathy and support skills, problem solving, and knowledge of tools frequently used by medical professionals such as diagnostic equipment and patient assistance tools.

The Career Options

There are many specialty areas in the medical industry to consider, from nursing and pharmaceutical science to dentistry and podiatry. In addition to these career avenues, you might also consider working in public health, clinical care, and healthcare administration. Other options in the medical field include home health services, medical transcription, and occupational therapy. There are varying education levels that are required for different positions, and usually some form of certification is required at the very least.

The Internship

Internships equip you with the tools and on-the-job training you can use to land your dream job in medicine. As an intern, you get to engage with medical professionals in ways that new-hires typically don't, as well as give yourself an edge over the competition in the workforce. Interns also are often given the opportunity to focus on specific cases, or to solve medical issues under the guidance of medical staff. You’ll also learn proficiency in software such as Electronic Medical Records (EMR) platforms like eClinicalWorks or McKesson, or practice management and billing software such as MediTouch and Kareo.

The Outlook

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of jobs in the medical field is expected to grow 19% through 2024, which is much faster than average.

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