Physicians' offices, physicians' clinics, hospitals, medical offices, third-party medical billing companies, and healthcare facilities
Learn how to work in an array of medical office settings where vital information is maintained and distributed quickly
Note: As we continue to monitor and adjust our schedule due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we cannot guarantee to adult students immediate placement into a program. There is a waitlist for those who are not immediately placed.
Whether in a medical, dental or hospital office, information used to make important patient decisions needs to be well organized and quick to access. Medical office professionals ensure this and more in the vital role they play every day.
Through this program, students learn how to master the every day life in a medical office. Become the friendly face patients see first when they need assistance and be the guiding force when it comes to getting them the care they need most.
Graduates of Medical Office Technology can go on to work in doctors' offices or clinics, hospitals, healthcare facilities, or even medical billing companies. An array of majors in this program lets students focus on the career they most want and bring organization to a hectic, constant exchange of vital information.
Medical office professionals work in an office environment in schools, hospitals, corporate settings or small businesses. Work often involves sitting for long periods, For success in this career, it is important to have strong proofreading, interpersonal, organizational and time management skills, as well as the ability to communicate in a professional manner and to establish a rapport with clients and colleagues.
Projected growth of medical assistant jobs over the next decade, which is well above average
Mary Stambaugh is an Administrative Office and Medical Office Technology instructor at the Reno Campus.
Lindsey Smith is a Medical Office Technology instructor at the Rockwell campus.