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Virginia Medical Technician Schools.

Medical technician schools in Virginia offer students training at the postsecondary level and award two-year associate’s degrees. The job includes a variety of responsibilities that vary depending on the organization. Some medical technicians work in an office setting with their main duties being medical billing and coding for insurance purposes. Those medical technicians are commonly referred to as health information technicians. Other emergency medical technicians (EMTs) work for public and private ambulance companies and provide first responder medical care for people who are injured or ill.


List of Medical Technician Schools in Virginia



 
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Trident University International provides an exceptional online educational experience for its students – diverse adult learners including current and former members of the military family.

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Earn a respected bachelor's degree, master's degree, or Ph.D. online at Walden University.

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At Fortis Institute, you may get the skills and training you need to prepare for a career.

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Start a great career in healthcare with Medical Careers Institute.

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King University is a comprehensive university that offers more than 80 majors, minors, pre-professional degrees and concentrations in numerous fields. Degrees are taught on-campus and online by the same faculty and with the same high quality standards in mind.

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Train for an exciting new career at National College.

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