Why choose a career in Medical Administration?
You’ll gain real workplace experience during your 240-hour practicum placement. Connect with potential employers before you graduate. Your classroom learning will meet real practice when you get an inside look at health records departments, clinics and health outreach programs. Get a jump on your career goals by making connections while you’re still in college.
You will develop a comprehensive medical vocabulary which will lead you to succeed in your role as an administrative professional. You will become familiar with legal issues in the health care field. You will develop a wide range of skills in the areas of accounting, communications and human resources, helping you to become an indispensable member of any team. This program also includes a focus on diversity in the workplace.
As a graduate, you’ll be prepared to work in hospitals, medical clinics, dental practices, veterinary clinics, and laboratories. Common careers for graduates of the Medical Administration diploma program include unit clerk, medical transcriptionist, administrative assistant, medical secretary, office manager and customer service representative.