• Medical Receptionist Certificate

  • Certificate

    Medical offices, hospitals, and clinics have a medical receptionist to manage phones, schedule patient appointments, explain clinic policy to patients, receive and deliver messages, process incoming and outgoing mail, receive calls from hospital labs and x-ray, take prescription refill messages, schedule patient hospital admissions, file medical reports and insurance forms, pull patient charts, complete insurance and other forms, open the office in the morning, and maintain the reception area.

    This certificate prepares students for the ever-changing field of medical reception, and graduates can find employment in medical offices, hospitals, clinics, insurance companies, and nursing homes. Students who complete this shorter Medical Receptionist program, can go to work and return at any time to complete the Medical Office Specialist AAS degree.

    Click here to download a plan of study for Medical Receptionist