The backbones of doctors’ offices and clinics are the medical receptionists, office administrators, and medical administrative assistants. These are the people who help create a well-organized front office so patients feel welcomed and everything runs as efficiently as possible. It is also a great way to get a foot in the door in the fast-growing field of healthcare.
According to O*Net, medical office administration jobs are growing by 22 percent – more than twice the average for all other occupations. A Medical Office Technology certificate will teach you the hard and soft skills needed to serve both patients and staff effectively. Whether you’re looking to take the next step on your career path or refresh a certain skill set, you’ll have the confidence and preparation to reach your next goal.
Below are the courses that make up the Medical Office Technology certificate. These courses can be transferred to a corresponding Bryant & Stratton College degree program. Check with a member of the Continuing Education team to determine which degree programs the courses may transfer into.