Full-time Diploma, Accredited Post-Secondary program
Day time sessions
Surrey, BC, Canada
This program has been designed to provide students with all of the administrative and clinical knowledge and skills required for employment as a Medical Office Assistant.
During the program students learn to understand and use medical language; perform office procedures, prepare medical records, reports, case histories, correspondence and machine dictation; schedule and confirm medical appointments; receive and communicate messages for doctors and patients; initiate and maintain confidential medical files and records; prepare financial statements and handle billing procedures including medical billing, insurance, and other claim forms; promote safety and work in a safe manner; order supplies and maintain inventory; plan and initiate procedural set ups including those required for patient preparation and maintenance for supplies and equipment.
Strong focus is given to communication skills, Microsoft Office applications, accounting applications, the ability to multitask and prioritize, organizational and detail skills, professional telephone manner, confidentiality, interpersonal skills and being a team player.
Students must meet all of the admissions requirements as listed below.