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Most programs at medical technician schools in Washington provide two years of career training and result in an associate’s degree. Most medical technician programs are housed within community colleges, trade schools, vocational schools or career colleges. There are different types of medical technicians. Some perform medical billing and coding while others provide first responder emergency services to those who are injured, sick, or diseased. Common job titles given to medical technicians include emergency medical technicians (EMTs), health care information technicians, and medical lab technicians. Students entering into these programs can expect favorable job search conditions upon graduation.

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