Medical Receptionists cover many areas of work to assist the medical team. The Medical Receptionist field continues to grow, the need for the Medical Receptionist is increasing rapidly*.
- You can earn your Medical Receptionist Certification in 14 weeks
- Thrive while learning in a class size of 15 students
- Apply for a full-tuition scholarship or grant and be debt free after graduation!
You will train as a Medical Receptionists for 14 exciting weeks and be equipped with the skills needed to work alongside nurses and physicians while caring for patients. Because Medical Receptionists work so closely with healthcare professionals and patients, great communication skills are important as well as the ability to be understanding to the needs of your patient.
In the 14 fast-paced weeks it takes to complete the program you will gain the knowledge and experience needed to gain a rewarding career in the medical field. Becoming a Medical Receptionist is a career that can open many doors for you within the health care field.
What Will I Learn?
- Electronic Medical Records
- Scheduling patients
- Charting patient records
- Front office duties
- Rooming patients
- Providing Patient Referrals
- Record Keeping
Where Can I Work?
- Emergency Departments
- Urgent Care
- Physicians' Offices
As the health care industry expands because of technological advances in medicine and the growth and aging of the population, there will be an increased need for health care workers. All health care-related occupations are projected to increase by more than 19 percent nationally through 2024, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.**Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2016-2017 Edition on the Internet By Clicking Here.