Train to become a qualified medical receptionist in just four weeks
This short-term medical front office training course can teach you the administrative skills needed to help manage a busy medical or dental office. Our medical receptionist schools in Indiana and Kentucky can prepare you to perform tasks such as computerized appointment scheduling, patient registration, procedure posting, billing with paper and electronic claims, payment posting, secondary insurance billing, and patient billing and collections.
Upon completion of our medical office training in Kentucky and Indiana, you can confidently step into an important role on a medical team as you ensure the office runs smoothly and patients are taken care of. Possible career opportunities include becoming a medical receptionist, medical secretary, medical office manager or dental office manager.
Our short-term medical office course is an excellent way for students to step into a healthcare career and strengthen their office and business skills. The knowledge and hands-on skills learned in this certificate course are an outstanding addition to any resume.
If you’re looking for quality medical receptionist courses, Medtech can provide the comprehensive education you need. This program is offered at our Indianapolis, Lexington, Fort Wayne, and Greenwood locations.
Programs start every month
Weekday and weekend classes are available
Find the training you need to jumpstart your career at our medical receptionist schools. If you want to earn your medical office certificate, request more information today or give us a call at 1-877-287-1612.
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Medtech's name speaks directly to each campus' primary focus: preparing career professionals for medical-related fields in strong learning environments that are technologically oriented. It also communicates that Medtech campuses provide personalized hands-on, practical learning experiences so students are prepared to achieve all that is possible while creating new futures for themselves in healthcare.