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Medical Technologist School in Montana


To earn your Montana medical technologist certification, the first thing you'll need to do is select a school.

Online schooling is becoming the norm for many allied health professions, as they combine increased flexibility with partnerships with various in-state medical facilities for easy access to the necessary internship and work experience opportunities.

Whether you start your education online, or at one of the state’s university medical centers, your curriculum will follow the same general path: General medical studies with an emphasis on life sciences, then more specific classes geared towards your rights and responsibilities as a medical professional.  Also expect to get the technological training you’ll need to use the machines that you’ll be using everyday on the job. Your studies will culminate with high-level medical classes and lots and lots of hands on experience.

Work experience is a vital part of your training as a medical technologist in Montana- during it, you’ll learn how to interact with patients while you draw blood and collect samples from them, how to spot diseases and help diagnose and help people in real-world situations, and how to take everything you’ve learned in the classroom and apply it to real life.

Because demand is currently so high, graduates can expect to be very much in demand at clinics in Helena, Butte, or Bozeman, or at some of the larger care facilities like the Kalispell Regional Medical Center, the Northern Montana Hospital, or the St. Patrick Hospital and Health Sciences Center.

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