TD Scholarships for Community Leadership are awarded to students in their last year of high school or CEGEP (in Quebec) who have demonstrated leadership in improving their community.
As a Medical Office Assistant, you will have a career you can be proud of and will enjoy a variety of office tasks whether you work in a doctor’s office as a medical secretary, in a clinic or in a hospital.
The Medical Office Assistant courses will train you in administrative procedures such as how to manage a medical office, schedule appointments, effectively deal with patients and clients and how to maintain patient records. You will also learn about medical anatomy and medical terminology, medical transcription and how to process medical billing through the Ontario Provincial Health Insurance Plan (OHIP).
This diploma program also includes a practicum placement within a healthcare setting that gives you practical work experience.
Request more information from Westervelt College and get started on a career as a Medical Office Assistant today!