Medical Secretary Courses

We have 3 Medical Secretary Courses available – each designed to help develop your career as a Medical Secretary.

Suitable for beginners and those looking to gain recognition for their knowledge and skills this is the top course available amongst our Medical Secretary courses.

Many hospitals and medical centres have trained their staff on this course over the years. Consequently it is well recognised by the NHS.

As a result, the Medical Secretary (Full) Level 3 Diploma will help to increase job opportunities and promotion prospects.

Each of our medical secretary courses covers Medical Terminology which is made up of 18 units.

This full Medical Secretary diploma covers additional administration, IT and personal development skills. Offering a complete medical secretary training package.

Units include:

  • Excel – Spreadsheets & Charts
  • Word – Medical Documents (Letters, Reports, Articles)
  • Diary Management
  • Business Meetings
  • Medical Audio Transcription
  • Managing Professional Working Relationship
  • …and more!
 

Our Level 3 – Medical Secretary Diploma Short is designed for those who already have office and secretarial experience, and are looking to move into the Medical Secretary role.

Like all our medical secretary courses, it is a home study/distance learning course.

Focusing on just the core units, it is ideal for anyone who already has experience and recent training in a administrative or secretarial role.

As well as the 18 unit Medical Terminology side of the course, you will also cover:

  • Medical Word Processing
  • Medical Terminology
  • Touch Typing & Speed Development
 

You will study a wide range of topics on the Level 2 Medical Terminology Course.

Medical terminology is key knowledge for a Medical Secretary/Administrator.

Topics include:

  • Basic Term Construction
  • Digestive System
  • Respiratory System
  • Cardiovascular System
  • Blood and Lymphatic System
  • Oncology
  • Renal System
  • Male Reproduction System
  • Female Reproductive System
  • Pregnancy, Childbirth and Paediatrics
  • Muscular System
  • Nervous System
  • Connective System
  • Infection and Disease
  • Pathology and Drugs
  • Sensory Organs
  • Endocrine System
  • Revision and Mocks
 

Get the TOTUM PRO card with selected courses

 

As a Lewis College student, you are eligible for the TOTUM/NUS student discount card.

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