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Georgian College Diploma in Office Administration - Health Services (OFAH)
Georgian College

Diploma in Office Administration - Health Services (OFAH)

2 Years

English

Full time

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Aug 2024

CAD 9,036 / per semester *

Blended

* *international fall semester fee / international winter and summer semester fee: $7,971 | domestic fall semester fee: $4,126 / domestic winter and summer semester fee: $3,793

Introduction

Start your career in the administrative health field

Gain specialized skills in demand by today’s healthcare teams. Learn from industry experts. Develop mastery in electronic medical records management.

Students in this program acquire the knowledge and specialized skills required to successfully perform in the administrative health field. Students learn medical document production, medical terminology, transcription, human anatomy, and medical ethics, and develop skills in workplace communication and patient relations. In addition, students learn Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and are introduced to health information management concepts. Qualifying students will have the exciting opportunity for hands-on learning through a fourth-semester field placement within the local medical community.

Accreditation

Canadian College of Health Information

The Office Administration – Health Services program at Georgian College is proudly awarded accreditation through the Canadian College of Health Information (CCHIM).

CCHIM sets the educational and accreditation standards for health information professionals in Canada. This program meets the quality and educational program standards set out for the Health Information-Certified Associate (HICA) certification.

Graduates of the Office Administration – Health Services program are eligible to write the National Certification Exam (NCE) and can begin their careers as certified health information professionals.

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