Medical Unit Clerk

At Hamptons College in Calgary, we offer the Medical Unit Clerk Program that provides the required skills and theoretical expertise to work in an administrative and clinical support capacity in a healthcare facility. From medical terminologies to clinical office procedures, we will help students to develop their individual competencies. Our program will expose students to the current industry trends and real-world office settings, which is vital for their success in this career path. This diploma program is specifically designed to provide students with the business, communication, and technology fundamentals that are very important to work within a healthcare facility.

Upon successful completion of this diploma program, you can work in various positions, including Medical Unit Clerk, Medical Office Administrator, Administrative Coordinator, Administrative Assistance, Medical or Office Secretary, and more.

Click here to learn about the Medical Unit Clerk Program provided by Hamptons College.

Program Flexibility and Start Dates

Our program is very flexible to accommodate your life and work. Students can choose lectures, tutorials (in-class), and online modes for course delivery. Our diploma program is completed in just 37 weeks. Our well-experienced instructors are excited to provide you with a rewarding learning experience.

The Diploma Program is offered full- and part-time and can be started in fall semester (September) or winter semester (January). Please contact us for the next admission.

Program Flexibility and Start Dates

Our program is very flexible to accommodate your life and work. Students can choose full-time or part-time (evenings and weekends).

The Diploma Program is offered full- and part-time and can be started in the fall semester (September) or winter semester (January). Please contact us for the next admission.

Admission Requirements

All students must complete a successful interview with the College to determine suitability for the program of interest.

 

Other requirements include:

  • English (grade 12) and Math (grade 10) or equivalent from another province, as verified by transcripts or GED (score of 450 in LA and 400 in Math)
  • Police clearance
  • Must be 18 years of age or older or 17 years of age with a high school diploma

Please fill out our domestic or international forms to get admission to the course.

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