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District of Columbia Medical Technician Schools.

Medical technician schools in the District of Columbia prepare students for one of the many different medical technician careers. There are many different types of medical technicians that either work in an office setting or who work directly with patients. Some medical technicians are responsible for organizing medical files, keeping track of billing, and performing medical coding tasks while other medical technicians work in the field responding to medical emergencies. Most medical technician schools in District of Columbia offer two-year associate’s degrees. Overall, graduates should expect fairly string job prospects especially in the medical billing field, although emergency medical technician careers are scarcer.


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