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Willis College’s 52-week Medical Office Administrator with Ward Clerk Specialist – Co-op diploma program provides you with a broad foundation of the professional medical environment. This foundation helps students develop proficiencies appropriate for a wide range of healthcare careers, including hospital administration and medical office administration. With hands-on hospital administration, medical administration, medical office assistant, and medical billing courses in Ottawa and Arnprior, this Medical Office Assistant program is perfect if you want to fast-track yourself to a job in healthcare.
Willis College is one of the only institutions where you will earn a Ward Clerk Specialist in the Medical Office Administrator diploma, which is needed to work in a hospital administration environment. The program has a strong focus on Healthcare Terminology, Medical Office Procedures, and Software, Health Office Billing & Transcription, Accounting Fundamentals, Records Management, as well as Microsoft Office applications used in today’s offices. Get hands-on skills in hospital administration, medical administration, and medical billing fast with Willis College’s Medical Office Administrator with Ward Clerk Specialist program.
This program is an excellent fit for:
Total Program Length is 52 weeks
48 instructional weeks
Up to 4 weeks of breaks
Medical Office Administration graduates can work in a variety of settings such as chiropractic offices, dental offices, hospitals, insurance companies, long-term care facilities, medical clinics, and surgery clinics. The Medical Office Administration with Ward Clerk Specialty courses offered in this program make you job-ready the moment you graduate. Successful graduates of this program may pursue a variety of interesting positions, including:
Average Wage ($/hr) – $22.00
High Wage ($/hr) – $29.23
National Occupation Classification (NOC) for this program: 1243
Source: noc.esdc.gc.ca & www.jobbank.ca
Grade 12 (Secondary School Diploma) or GED equivalence
Willis College Entrance Assessment. If you are a Mature Student (over 18 years of age), you can gain admittance by writing a free entrance assessment test. Note: students with foreign credentials, regardless of whether their documents have been translated/compared or not, should be tested to establish literacy in the English language.
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“My experiences at Willis College have been life-changing. In completing my program, I grew in many ways. My confidence increased and I was amazed at my own capabilities, which I didn’t recognize until coming to Willis. The atmosphere at Willis made me feel like I belonged to a large family; that we were all in it together to succeed. Hats off to the staff of Willis College because they work together as a team and everyone helps everyone. No one falls through the cracks. Thank you Willis College.” Sharon Schwartz Willis College