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    Default CPC-A looking for coding job Charleston, SC

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    My name is Michelle Openbrier, passed my CPC exam on the first try in August 2011 with a 89%. I have been working in the medical field for 5 years and excited to start my new career as medical coder. I'm willing to work any hours, at an office or home. I can travel up to 40 miles away from Charleston, SC.

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