Health Unit Coordinators ensure administrative operations run efficiently in a clinical setting such as a hospital, doctor’s office, or clinic. Also known as a Unit Secretary or Ward Clerk, their duties include planning patient activities, updating medical files, and resolving patient complaints.
As the population continues to age, the healthcare industry is facing a growing shortage of well trained personnel. Throughout the North American healthcare industry, there is a need to increase the size and skill of the workforce. Successful graduates will achieve the Certified Medical Assisting Professional (CMAP) designation in addition to their diploma. These graduates are fully qualified to work in a hands-on administrative and clinical support capacity in the medical industry