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Georgia Medical Technician Schools.

Medical technician school in Georgia offer one and two-year training programs for students entering the field of medical technology. Community colleges and junior colleges offer medical technology programs that take one and two years to complete. The one-year program typically leads to a certificate, while the two-year program leads to an associate’s degree. Basic courses offered in both programs include medical record keeping, patient assessment, medical terminology, pharmacology, vital sign assessment, and anatomy. Some programs require that students learn how to operate and maintain common medical office equipment. The job outlook for medical techs is favorable as the community and population continues to age and require more medical care.


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