If you’re currently responsible for processing payroll, do not have formal payroll training and are not certified, you may wonder if you should take the time to do so.
In addition to doctors and nurses, the health care industry employs many more people to support the care of patients. As a unit clerk, you will support the medical staff by performing non-clinical tasks under the supervision of nursing staff and providing a link between patients, nurses, physicians and other departments.
The Health Unit Clerk program at Sprott Shaw College will prepare you to work in settings such as hospitals, clinics, public health care agencies, insurance companies and long-term care facilities.
The responsibilities of a unit clerk varies depending on place of employment, but could include:
Contact Sprott Shaw College and inquire about tuition costs, financial assistance options, class start dates, admissions requirements or any other questions you may have.
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