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A Certificate III in Health Administration is suitable for students already working as medical receptionists, admissions clerk or wards clerks or individuals seeking roles in hospitals, community health centres or private practices. Students will gain skills important skills including understanding and applying medical terminology, following organisational infection prevention and control procedures as well as working with a diverse range of people.
The BSB30120 Certificate III in Business (Medical Administration) qualifies you for work at a doctor’s surgery, hospital, or dental clinic in administration. Over 6-12 months you will gain essential business admin skills (communication, teamwork, critical thinking) as well as specific training in medical terminology and managing patient records. The course also covers: processing medial accounts, controlling stocks and supplies, patient confidentiality. Enquire now for the list of graduation competencies, entry requirements, and enrolment centres near you.
The Certificate IV in Medical Practice Assisting (HLT47715) is perfect for anyone needing the administration skills to support a team of medical practitioners and health care professionals. A hands-on qualification, students graduate with the skills to take clinical measurements; perform electrocardiography (ECG); handle medical specimens; and maintain medication stocks. To fully complete the qualification you do need access to an appropriate workplace environment within the health care sector, click to learn how to enrol and for the full list of modules.
A Certificate IV in Health Administration is suitable for individuals who work in a senior operational role or lead a team in health administration. Students will learn how to carry out routine tasks and communicate with a range of internal/external clients in a medical environment; as well as use appropriate medical terminology. Students will also gain leaderships skills in managing teams, human resources and recruitment.
The Diploma of Practice Management is suitable for students seeking careers managing the operation of small to medium-sized health practices or dental clinics. Students gain a range of skills in health systems such as infection control, understanding medical terminology and health accounts billing. However students also learn a broad range of business skills in customer service, risk management, budgeting, finance and HRM.
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