MEDICAL ASSISTANT RESUMES:
When I write a resume for a Medical Assistant, I try to merge the depth of that job-seekers professional experience with their education, training, and other accolades. It’s important to show that you have a structured, analytical mind as well as a passion for healthcare and a genuine desire to help people. But you don’t want to go overboard. A Medical Assisting resume should be 1 or 2 pages at most and you should use bullet points to highlight your most impressive and relevant achievements.
As a suggestion, you might want to download one of or free blank resumetemplates in the chronological format, the functional format or thecombination format. Then use that by entering you specific job historyinto one of those to complete your new medical assistant resume.
Here are the guidelines to create a medical assistant resume:
When writing your resume, it is good to look at Medical Assistant Resume Examples to use as a reference. You want to make sure that your resume stands out, does not have grammatical errors or misspellings and flows well. It’s good to have several family members and friends proof read your resume before you send it out. They may notice something that you overlooked. If you need further help with writing your resume, a great resource is . The book shows more excellent resume examples that you can use when writing yours.
Your Medical Assistant Resume needs to stand out if you want to put yourself ahead of other applicants. We will go over what you should and shouldn’t put in your resume and how to format it. I am going to divide this up into two sections, one for recent graduates of a Medical Assistant program and the other for Medical Assistants with experience.If you already have Medical Assistant experience, you will want to highlight your experience as the first thing on your Medical Assistant resume. Here is an example with helpful tips about what you should write: