This course is designed to prepare the health unit
coordinator student to facilitate the activities of
people in a health unit to work together smoothly
and harmoniously in a common action, which is the
delivery of health care to patients. Students will
learn management of information, communication,
medical terminology, critical thinking and cultural
diversity. Students will learn to transcribe
Students with skills in health unit coordinating
will be prepared to work in a variety of health care
Comment: We believe that health unit
coordinating will be a profession that is attractive
to the new wave of health care workers. A recent
Health Care Advisory Board analysis of the number of
inpatient beds needed to care for our aging
population indicates that we will face a shortage of
beds in the future. The analysis indicates that the need for beds is growing every year.
These additional beds
will increase the number of health unit coordinators
needed in the workforce.
Certification Note: Upon successful completion of the proram students
may take the national certification
exam administered by the National Association of
Health Unit Clerks/Coordinators (NAHUC).
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 888-932-2501 ext 108for more information.
Pay scale - $24,000 to 32,000. Wages
depend on location and demand.
Lynn Cline, RN
Instructor Bio: Click Here
If you are a facility
registering a student, be sure to use the Facility Registration button
Refund and Other Policies
Clock Hours: 60
How To Register For This Class: Click Here
Course dates: This is an Open Enrollment class. You can join at any time.
What is a Health Unit Coordinator?
Interview with an Health Unit Coordinator
Information regarding certification with NAHUC
More information about certification
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