A medical secretary must like the medical community, be effective in administrative responsibilities, and create great relationships with doctors, nurses, and other medical sector workers. Being a Medical Secretary is a great fit for you if you have any of these characteristics. It draws students who have a strong interest in healthcare administration, patient care, and medicine. Front office receptionists and medical aids and sales reps will be a part of your training, and you’ll be prepared for a career in the medical field as a liaison between patients, doctors, and medical staff. A career in medical administration may be a good fit for you if you appreciate being the go-to person for medical questions and administration and providing patients with pertinent information and support.
The qualification is divided into parts in such a way that when taken in conjunction with related N part courses (e.g. N4+N5+N6), learners can receive the National N Diploma after completing the required practical work component of either 18 months or two years, depending on the individual occupational sector.
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