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West Virginia University at Parkersburg's Workforce and Community Education is your training partner in the design and delivery of innovative solutions to enhance the performance levels of individuals and organizations. Whether you are a business committed to taking your company to the next level or an individual ready to advance in your career, Workforce and Community Education can assist you with your goals.
Medical Office Assistant Certificate
February 11 - May 30, 2013
Monday and Thursday 6 - 9 pm
Maximum 15 Students
Education Requirement: Basic Computer Skills and must have computer.
Medical Terminology (Online)
This course provides an introduction to and working knowledge of the spelling, pronunciation, and meaning of terms commonly used in the medical field.
Medical Transcription (Alternative Delivery System)
This course is designed to prepare students in developing medical transcription skills through building block format. Students will be exposed to medical reports that are fundamental to ambulatory care, related medical terminology, formatting styles, and specialized rules of grammar and punctuation characteristic to dictated medical reports. Students will apply these principles as they transcribe medical reports relating to outpatient health care.
This microcomputer software course provides an introduction and working knowledge of medical billing procedures used in the medical field and in medical insurance operations.
Medical Coding This course provides an introduction and working knowledge of medical coding procedures used in the medical field and in medical insurance operations.
Thank you for your interest in the Medical Office Assistant Program.
If you have any questions, please call (304) 424‑8277. We look forward to hearing from you.