Medical Office Administration
|Course Name||Course Duration||Tution Fees||Duration of the Course||Duration of the Co-op|
|Medical Office Administration||820||15350||8||3|
IntroductionMedical Office Administration plays a critical role in healthcare delivery. They also conduct many administrative tasks in the field of medicine, along with some basic clinical procedures. In this program, students will learn to collect medical histories, explain treatment procedures, and prepare patients for examinations. Emphasis is placed on medical terminology, body systems, medical transcription, and office procedures.
Graduating students will be equipped with the business, technology, and communication skills needed to navigate in the contemporary business world. The Medical Office Administration diploma prepares students with the fundamental knowledge, abilities, and work experience required to find permanent job in a variety of medical settings. They shall be able to effectively function in a private physician’s office, a single or multi-specialty clinic, or a hospital setting. Typical job titles in this field include: Medical Office Assistant, Medical Office Administrator, Medical Secretary, Medical Stenographer, Medical Billing Specialists, Secretary Ward, and Medical Transcriptionist.
- An Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent; or is at least 18 years of age or older and pass an entry test.
- Proof of English proficiency required for international students Or ERICC Academic Prequisites 1 and 2
- Medical Certificate
- Police Reference Check (Clearance) of Criminal Record
- Standard First Aid & CPR Level C Certification.
To successfully meet the program outcomes the student must:
- Achieve a minimum mark of 65% in all of the module assignments and exams
- Achieve a satisfactory rating in the internship evaluation