In this program, you’ll learn the skills needed to succeed – clinical procedures, medical terminology, medical billing and more.
What You Could Earn
$46,051 - $52,763
Become a Medical Office Administrator with a Health Unit Coordinator Specialty
As a skilled Medical Office Administrator, you perform a variety of duties in doctors’ offices, hospitals, laboratories, clinics and other medical settings.
To prepare you, our program has a strong focus on Healthcare Billing, Medical Office Procedures, Healthcare Terminology and Transcription, Records Management, as well as Microsoft Office applications used in today’s health care settings.
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What to expect
The Medical Office Administration-Health Unit Coordinator program provides you with the medical, technical and office management skills that are required to succeed in the health care field. Industry-experienced instructors support you to become an integral member of the medical office team. Your courses include:
- Medical Records & Billing
- Medical Transcription
- Medical Terminology
- Medical Clinic Procedures
- Medical Office Procedures
- First Aid & CPR Certification
- Effective Business Writing
- Microsoft Office Computer Skills
- Communication & Interpersonal Skills
- Practicum – hands-on job experience with an employer
When you graduate, you will be job-ready with experience in your field. Your program includes a 5-week practical work experience in a health office, medical clinic or facility.
Graduating students also receive a full range of professional Career Services covering resume & marketing materials preparation, interview skills, and job search techniques.
Just received my diploma and transcript last week and I start work as a Patient Care Coordinator after my practicum, thanks to Sundance Career Services. Thanks to Sundance College for my success, especially to my instructors, who are so kind, supportive, and eager to help. The lessons are engaging and useful, I have learned so much in my MOA-HUC course. As a student, you feel pushed to learn and try out new competencies, while feeling safe and supported in doing so. You also gain valuable feedback in the process. The instructors are amazing at what they do! Their passion and dedication are beyond words.
New career opportunities
Graduates of this program can work in a variety of settings including such as long-term care facilities, hospitals, medical clinics, dental offices, insurance companies and more:
- Medical Receptionist
- Medical Secretary
- Medical Scheduler
- Medical Coordinator
- Medical Office Assistant
- Clinic Coordinator/Manager
- Hospital Admitting Clerk
- Hospital Unit Clerk
- Patient Coordinator
- Medical Billing Clerk
- Medical Transcriptionist
- Health Unit Clerk