Medical Administrative Assistant
Medical administrative assistants, also known as medical secretaries, perform administrative functions for a hospital or clinic using their knowledge of medical terminology and applications. They can work in a variety of locations with common job titles like unit secretary, medical office assistant, patient coordinator or admissions coordinator.
This is a unique role in that it combines both direct and indirect patient care duties. It requires a strong balance of administrative skills and interpersonal abilities.
How to perform basic first aid
How to perform CPR/AED
Take vital signs
Apply proper body mechanics
Hand washing and cleanliness skills
An introduction to all body systems
Phlebotomy and Venipuncture
The prerequisite course
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