US Department of Labor - summary and statistics of Medical Assistants from the Occupational Outlook Handbook.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)- website includes an A-Z index to hundreds of health and safety topics.
HealthCare.gov – This resource has proven tremendously beneficial to current medical assistants, covering every relevant healthcare-related topic. The site is maintained and updated by the United States Department of Health and Human Services in an effort to maintain heightened awareness throughout the healthcare industry.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – In addition to a number of valuable resources, the website lists numerous grants and apprenticeships for aspiring nurses and medical assistants.
Health Care Administration– The site covers a range of topics for medical professionals, assistants, and anyone interested in public health or the medical industry.
(anatomyEXPERT) Thousands of 3D models, illustrations, and photographs of the human body. Complete description of anatomy structures and audio pronounciation tool. Simple to use, but with ability to zoom, pan, drag, and rotate viewing angle if the image is 3D.
Medi-Smart – Medi-Smart is a comprehensive resource covering a broad range of topics related to nursing. Medical assistants can access the site to learn about numerous topics related to nursing and healthcare in general.