DIPLOMA - 42 Weeks

MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION WITH CO-OP

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Our Medical Office Administration Diploma provides students with the necessary skills and knowledge for efficient operation in a variety of medical offices. Students are trained to manage the front desk as well as carry out office administrative functions in environments such as hospitals, medical clinics, dental, physiotherapy and chiropractic clinics. Along with academic courses, this course is structured with a co-op placement where students can apply their skills in the workplace.

The following topics are emphasized through the program; medical office procedures, clinical/medical terminology, human anatomy, OHIP billing, medical transcription, use of computerized health application software, computer skills required for office administration, interpersonal and communication skills.

CO-OP WORK EXEPERIENCE

In addition to the classroom work, students are required to successfully complete 180 hours of co-op work experience to obtain the diploma.

During this co-op placement, you have the opportunity to perform daily activities in a medical office environment including registration of patients, scheduling of appointments, OHIP billing, maintenance of inventory and ordering supplies for medical and office administration, filling, answering telephone calls and maintenance of patients’ records.

The practical experience gained on your structured co-op program is an integral part of your education. The result is increased confidence, new employment contacts and practical work experience.

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  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or
  • Mature Student Status (age 18 or older) requires Wonderlic test score 16
  • In addition, international students with the exception of students from English speaking countries require IELTS score 6 or equivalent.

Application Fee: $100, Tuition Fee: $9,990, Books/Material Fee:$990, International Student Fee: $2,500 (if applicable).

  • Appointments and scheduling
  • Registration of patients and maintain their records
  • Complete patients’ forms, documents, and case histories
  • Complete insurance and other claim forms
  • OHIP billing
  • Initiate and maintain confidential medical files and records
  • Order supplies and maintain inventory
  • Establish and maintain office procedures and routines

  • Medical Office Administrator
  • Medical secretary
  • Doctor’s Office Administrator
  • Medical Transcriptionist
  • Medical Office Assistant
  • Front Office Administrator

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