Also known as: Billing Coordinator, Health Unit Coordinator, Medical Office Specialist, Medical Secretary, Patient Coordinator, Physician Office Specialist, Unit Secretary, Unit Support Representative, Ward Clerk
Description: Medical Secretaries keep hospitals and physicians' offices running smoothly. They are responsible for a majority of the clerical and administrative work. This includes recording patient information, fielding calls and dealing directly with the public. In order to become a Medical Secretary, one should have a high-school degree or its equivalent. Post-secondary school education as well as strong computer and communication skills are helpful to stay competitive.
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|Projected Annual Job Openings||72,600|