Medical Secretary Diploma

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Duration: Flexible Study
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Online Courses - Distance Learning, Part Time and Evening
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Course description

Cut through the jargon, see inside the systems, and start to understand what it’s like working in the medical world.

The medical profession is a challenging sector where discretion, patience, sensitivity and an unwavering eye for detail are essential skills. Our Medical Secretary Diploma is a comprehensive training course that will teach you all the vital skills you need to act as a link between patient and doctor. On this particular medical secretary training course you’ll learn to integrate the theory of highly technical medical terminology and complete a complex array of administrative and technical tasks, in the most accurate and timely manner. The array of tasks is extensive, including compiling confidential letters, typing reports for patient records, assisting with medical journals and keeping the office running efficiently.

With the highly regarded skills you’ll gain from completing the Medical Secretary Diploma, there’ll be nothing stopping you from getting a well-paid, highly valued role as a Medical Secretary, Medical Administrator, or Healthcare Assistant. You could also view the course as an initial taster into the world of nursing.

Nationally recognised skills for Medical Secretaries are generally considered to be advantageous when seeking employment in the healthcare sector. The Pitman Training Medical Secretary courseware has been given short course approval from the Association of Medical Secretaries, Practice Managers, Administrators and Receptionists (AMSPAR).


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