Evergreen College, Toronto Campus:
Would you like a rewarding career in the healthcare industry? Working as a Medical Office Administrator (sometimes called Medical Assistant) provides you with the consistency of an office job combined with the continual rewards of interacting with and helping others. Conveniently located close to the intersection of King St. & Yonge St. in central Toronto, Evergreen College is a private career college that offers a full-time Medical Office Administration Diploma course. We provide morning, evening and weekend classes. This course includes a field placement which provides hands-on, practical experience in a real work setting before you graduate. Financial aid may be available for those who qualify. Evergreen College also has campuses in Brampton, Mississauga and Scarborough, Ontario.
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Medical Office Administration Diploma:
Course Duration: 29 weeks of full-time study
With the aging population, there is a growing demand for medical support services in all aspects of healthcare. The role of a Medical Office Administrator is to provide direct care to patients, as well as contributing to the overall operation of a healthcare office setting. This comprehensive program includes Medical Transcription training and standard First Aid and CPR Certifications. Top employers will be impressed with your well-rounded skills! You will gain practical, hands-on training in Evergreen’s state-of-the-art training labs and on-the-job as part of the Field Placement program. With both administrative and clinical duties to perform, you won't be stuck doing the same old thing every day in this job.
In this course, you will learn to carry out the varied responsibilities typical of a professional Medical Office Administrator:
- Greet Clients
- Manage Examining Rooms/Waiting Areas
- Conduct Patient Medical Histories
- Explain Treatment Procedures
- Prepare Clients for Examinations
- Administer Basic Medications
- Collect and Prepare Laboratory Specimens for Testing
- Perform Basic Laboratory Testing
- Instruct Clients on Medication and Diets
- Take Electrocardiograms
- Change Dressing
- Complete Insurance Forms
- Schedule Appointments
- Maintain Medical Records
- Arrange Diagnostic Testing
- Maintain Supplies & Equipment
- Billing & Bookkeeping
- Handle Correspondence
Graduates may find work in: Hospital Departments (Admissions, Out-Patient, Emergency, Radiology etc.); Private Medical Clinics; Nursing Homes; Community Health Units; Midwifery Clinics; Chiropractic or Physiotherapy Clinics; Insurance Companies and many others...
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