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Medical Office Administrator Diploma

Expanding Job Market

A Medical Office Assistant career (also referred to as Medical Secretary/Healthcare Receptionist, Medical Biller, Hospital Office Administrator, or Hospital Records Administrator) offers a rewarding work environment and job stability. According to employment trends in Canada, jobs are expected to increase 8.4 percent through the year 2028.1

Program Overview

Gain the Skills & Knowledge Employers Need

Graduates complete the program job-ready with specialized skills employers need, including:

  • Medical office software applications and technologies
  • Medical terminology
  • Medical transcription
  • Body systems and disease
  • Medical emergencies
  • Medical administrative procedures and workflows
  • Medical records and insurance forms
  • Medical inventory management
  • Patient intake, scheduling, and coordination
  • Diagnostic and medical procedures
  • Medical billing including WSIB
  • Written and oral communications
  • Job preparation and career development

As a graduate of this program, you'll have the key technical and soft skills to ensure you are prepared for the job market. You can also complete this program fast - less than one year!

Career Outlook

Attractive Career Opportunities

A Medical Office Assistant (MOA) diploma can put you on the path to varied job opportunities2 in a rewarding field such as:

  • Medical Office Assistant – help keep the healthcare organization running smoothly and efficiently by coordinating operations
  • Hospital Records Administrator – manage patient health information and medical records, administer computer information systems, and collect and analyze patient data
  • Medical Secretary/Healthcare Receptionist – handle patient intake, insurance verification, and medical record creation
  • Medical Administrator in Hospitals – communicate and support patients, collect data from patients to assist in managing their accounts, and coordinate medical office activities

Diverse Employers

With hands-on training and the right preparation from a top school, you could find yourself working in a career you love. Graduates may find themselves working in a variety of settings such as:

  • Hospitals
  • Ambulatory care settings
  • Hospices
  • Physicians offices
  • Long-term care facilities
  • Behavioral health settings
  • College and university health settings
  • Dental offices

Career & Job Search Services for Students & Grads

You'll receive a dedicated career services advisor that provides job search assistance, job networking best practices, interview preparation, and helps you create an eye-catching resume.

1Lightcast occupational overview data for Canada. Last visited on December 6, 2022.
2Example occupations shown herein do not imply a guarantee of employment. Students are responsible for conducting occupational research for their chosen program. Employers have unique hiring practices and job-specific requirements, which may include years of experience for manager positions. Graduates with little to no prior experience should expect an entry-level position.