Medical Receptionist or Administrative Assistant
Medical Receptionists provide general office support, might include patient scheduling; some access to confidential patient information.
People with strong communication and customer service skills, ability to learn computer skills, interest in healthcare
Hospitals, clinics, doctors’ offices, outpatient urgent health and surgery centers, long-term care facilities (assisted living and skilled nursing).
Can lead to jobs as a Supervisor, Unit Coordinator, Biller/Coder, Medical Assistant
Online job websites, LinkedIn, temporary staffing agencies, networking. Skills developed in these programs can be used in a multitude of healthcare settings.
MR: Certificate Program (2 semesters); MAA: Associates Degree (4 semesters)
- Medical Receptionist Certificate (MR- earned through program)
- Placement exams in English and Math; exams as part of credit coursework
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