Medical Receptionist Diploma

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Duration: flexible study
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Online Courses - Distance Learning, Part Time and Evening

Course description

Our Medical Receptionist Diploma offers the opportunity to gain high-level professional skills that will help you gain work as a Receptionist or Administrator within a variety of medical environments, such as Hospital Administration, Surgeries or Private Medical Practices. With this Diploma you’ll gain practical and professional administrative skills such as Microsoft Word, Outlook and Business Communications. You’ll also cover subjects specifically aimed for those working within a medical environment such as Medical Terminology and Medical Word Processing.

A big plus with this new Medical Diploma course is the inclusion of an online training course for Socrates GP Practice software, which is one of the electives available, in addition to the 7 core subjects. Once you’ve completed your studies you’ll gain a Pitman Training Diploma that is widely recognised throughout Ireland, where many of our previous students have gained employment in the Medical field.

Is the Diploma for me?

The Medical Receptionist Diploma is an excellent choice if you’re looking to work as a Medical Receptionist, Medical Administrator or Medical Secretary. Pitman Training Certification is renowned worldwide and the success of past students in gaining employment proves this.

Diploma Outline

There are seven core subjects within this diploma:

• Medical Terminology

• Medical Word Processing

• Professional Receptionist Seminar

• Typing OR Typing Speed Development

• Effective Business Communication OR Business Document Production

• Microsoft Word

• Microsoft Outlook


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