Health Unit Coordinator
This program prepares the Health Unit Coordinator to function as an important member of the health care team. The Health Unit Coordinator, under the supervision of nurses or ward supervisors, is responsible to perform routine administrative and reception duties in a patient care unit within a hospital or other healthcare facility. Includes instruction in receiving and directing visitors, transcribing medical and nursing orders, preparing requisition forms, scheduling patient appointments and procedures, monitoring patients and personnel, and interpersonal skills. Based on National Association of Health Unit Coordinators, Inc. (NAHUC) standards, this program will prepare students to become HUC certified.
Program Status: Limited Enrollment
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