The Medical Unit Coordinator program provides students with one semester training in the basic skills and knowledge necessary to perform basic clerical/office skills in the medical office or medical unit setting.
Students pursuing the Technical Competency Area in Medical Unit Coordinator must first meet College admission requirements. The Medical Unit Coordinator Program includes didactic and laboratory courses. The students must show competency in reading through ACT, placement testing, or by enrolling in READ 099 during the first semester.
Upon successful completion of the courses in the Medical Unit Coordinator curriculum, the student will receive the Technical Competency Area in Medical Unit Coordinator. A national certification examination is offered through the National Association of Health Unit Coordinators. www.nahuc.org
The Medical Unit Coordinator requires basic knowledge and understanding of medical records, medical legal issues, patient skills, medical terminology, and computer skills. The areas of training include the following:
|ALHT 109:||Health Care Systems/Safety||2|
|ALHT 105:||Medical Ethics and Law||3|
|CIS 105:||Introduction to Computer Concepts||3|
|MOS 107:||Medical Office Administration||3|
|BLGY 110:||Medical Terminology||3|
All courses must be completed with at least a grade of "C" in each class to receive the Technical Competency Area in Medical Unit Coordinator from BPCC.