The Medical Receptionist Career Studies Certificate prepares individuals for entry-level responsibilities in the healthcare environment. Emphasis is placed on developing skills in basic document preparation - memos, letters, reports; creating and using spreadsheets, database reports, forms and queries, and presentations to be used in a healthcare setting. Using patient accounting software for patient record creation/maintenance, scheduling patients, and contemporary medical office procedures. Refine editing and proofreading skills.
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate medical office procedures to include preparation of medical documents, records management, and patient scheduling.
- Develop proficiency in basic creation and use of spreadsheets, database reports, presentations, and word processing document used in the medical environment.
The Medical Receptionist Career Studies Certificate prepares students for entry-level support positions in hospitals, clinics, and private practice offices.
For Further Information, Contact:
Wes Mullins, Assistant Dean