Premed Student Medical Scribes
The majority of medical scribes currently in the industry are either premedical college students or have aspirations to pursue a career somewhere in the field of medicine.
Working as a medical scribe will give you extensive clinical knowledge and practical expertise that many other premed students just do no possess.
Many premed students who work as medical scribes will have the competency of a fourth year medical student when it comes to writing medical notes and documentation.
A "Near-Guarantee" to Medical School Admission
Participation/employment as a premed student in a medical scribe program will definitely increase you changes of admission to medical school. Some companies claim a 100% acceptance rate to medical school for their premed students after completion of their training program and one year of fruitful employment in a clinical setting. This is definitely an approach worth consideration.
Another alternative is to form a scribe company yourself. The quickest way to make this happen is to work for a family friend or acquaintance who is a physician. After clearing the necessary hospital requirements, you can consider formally forming a medical scribe company as a premed student. Working a medical scribe while you are a premed student is good... founding a scribe company while you are a premed student is spectacular. For more information on this possibility, feel free to contact us.
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