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Regardless of what healthcare facility you're walking in, medical receptionists are always your initial contact. They are an integral part of keeping the place organised and making your visit a positive experience.
A medical receptionist is one of the most significant personnel among healthcare professionals. From doctors to patients, everyone relies heavily on the medical receptionist for a smooth running of the front office. Medical receptionists have to keep up with a wide range of tasks, encompassing scheduling appointments, answering patient's enquiries, managing finances, etc. Unlike a receptionist in some traditional office, medical receptionists also require extensive knowledge of medical terminology and healthcare procedures. However, this challenging yet exciting role requires a multitude of skills and expertise.
Sounds like a role you can excel in? Then enrol today in our Medical Receptionist course. With this course, you can gain the essential skills and knowledge needed to be a successful medical receptionist.
This course will walk you through the core concepts of healthcare, as well as the roles and responsibilities of a competent medical receptionist. You will be trained to be well-versed in the medical jargon and terminologies. Besides, this course focuses on educating you on the dos and don'ts for patient confidentiality. This medical receptionist training will also give you guidance on managing medical history, handing appointments, effective filing system and many more.
Add this Medical Receptionist course to your cart and take your first step toward a promising healthcare career.
What you'll learn from this Medical Receptionist course:
- Have a thorough introduction to the core concepts of healthcare and medical receptionist.
- Learn in detail about the roles and responsibilities of a competent medical receptionist.
- Learn the steps of organising appointment schedules and explore the guidelines for successful appointment scheduling.
- Understand the underlying principles of maintaining medical records and storage of them.
- Scale up your medical receptionist skills, including medical writing, medical transcription, time management etc.
- Step-by-step guidance on effective filing systems in medical offices.
- Familiarise yourself with the ethical and legal duties of patient confidentiality in a medical environment.
- Become well-versed in the medical jargon & terminology and the health & safety regulations in the healthcare sector.
- Strengthen your IT skills like basic operations of a computer, data register and more.
- Develop a strong understanding of the legal aspects, medical ethics and etiquettes.
We’ve taken this comprehensive Medical Receptionist Diploma and broken it down into 10 manageable modules which we believe will assist you to easily grasp each concept – from the fundamental to the most advanced aspects of this skills. It really is a sure pathway to success.
This course is designed with the following modules:
Module 1: Introduction to Healthcare and Receptionists
- Introduction to Healthcare
- Who Are Receptionists?
- Medical Receptionists in the United Kingdom
- Responsibilities of Medical Receptionists
- Skills Required for Good Receptionists
Module 2: Organising Schedules
- Managing Appointment System
- Handling and Making Appointments
- Appointment Responsibilities And Techniques
- Guidelines for Successful Appointment Scheduling
- Managing the Appointment Schedule
- Appointment Planning Influence on Case Management
Module 3: Maintaining Medical Records
- What Is a Medical Record?
- Value of Medical Records.
- Principles of Good Record Keeping
- Storage of Medical Records
- Case Notes
- Master Index
- Medical Record Library
- Medical record Procedures for Departments
- Retention and Destruction of Records
Module 4: Effective Filing Systems in Medical Offices
- The Filing System in Medical Offices
- The Basic Filing Requirement
- Guidelines to Set up a Medical Filing System
- Alphabetic and Numeric Filing Systems
- Types of Files
Module 5: Confidentiality in a Medical Environment
- The Concept of Patient Confidentiality
- Confidentiality 'Dos and Don'ts'
- Ethical and Legal Duties of Confidentiality
- Confidentiality Model
- When Can Confidential Information Be Disclosed?
- Disclosure Without Consent
Module 6: Time Management
- Introduction to Time Management
- Aspects of Time Management
- Prioritising the Workload
- Overcoming Procrastination
- Managing Deadlines
- Effective Time Management at the Workplace
- The Pareto Principle and Tips for Time Management
Module 7: Medical Jargon and Terminology
- Common Anatomy Term
- Common Pathology Terms
- Common Medical Root Words, Suffixes, Prefixes
- Common Terms for Medical Receptionists
Module 8: Maintaining Workplace Safety
- Importance of Health and Safety In the Healthcare Sector
- First Aid at Work
- Types of Risks and Hazards
- Hepatitis and AIDS
- Fire Precautions Act 1971
- Clinical Risk Management
- Coping With Aggression and Violence
Module 9: Information Technology in Health Care
- Basic Operation of a Computer
- Electronic Prescriptions
- Patient benefits Through Computerization
- Registration Data
- Repeat Prescriptions
- Electronic Links and Other Developments
- Computers in Hospitals
Module 10: Legal Aspects and Ethics
- Legal Aspects
- Medical Ethics and Etiquette
- Patients’ Rights
- Employment Rights
- National Patient Safety Agency
CPD Certification from One Education
After successfully completing the MCQ assessment of this Medical Receptionist Diploma, you will qualify for the CPD Certificate from One Education, as proof of your continued professional development. Certification is available in PDF format, at the cost of £9, or a hard copy can be sent to you via post, at the cost of £15.
Who is this course for?
This Medical Receptionist Course is suitable for aspiring medical receptionists, as well as those who are new to the field. As a general course, it is ideal for those who wish to gain the skills and accreditation to kickstart their career. There are no entry requirements for this course, which can be studied on a full-time or part-time basis.
There are no formal entry requirements for the Medical Receptionist Training, with enrollment open to anyone! Anyone and everyone with a knack for learning can enrol on this course without any hesitation.
Learn online from any internet device, including your computer, tablet or smartphone. Study when it suits you and complete the Medical Receptionist Training at your own pace.
All students must have a passion for learning and literacy, as well as being over the age of 16.
Upon completion of the Medical Receptionist course, you will have the essential skills required for a multitude of promising and rewarding careers, like:
- Healthcare Administrator
- GP Receptionist
- Patient Coordinator
- Medical Assistant
- Medical Receptionist
The average income for these job prospects in the UK varies from £12,000 to £30,000 a year.
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Hello there. Could you tell me what happens if I don't pass first time please? Thank you
Dear Lisa, Thank you for your question. If you can not pass the exam at the first attempt, you can retake the exam. ThanksThis was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
Do you need to work in a medical environment to take this course?
Dear Lynn, Thank you for contacting us. No experience or previous qualifications are required, so it is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds. Stay Safe Stay Healthy.This was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.
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When we are sent the multiple-choice assessment at the end of the course how long will we have to complete this?
Dear Sir/Madam, Thank you for contacting us. At the end of the course, you will have a mock exam and the final exam. The entire exam will be held online. Exam questions will be Multiple Choices and True/False. After completing the course, you will be able to sit for the exam at a convenient time as you will have one-year access to the course after purchasing. Exam time duration: 20 mins. Stay Safe Stay Healthy.This was helpful. Thank you for your feedback.