No we’re not talking about a degree in motherhood (though that might be useful for some of us!), the MOM we’re talking about is Medical Office Management.
Medical Office Managers are skilled professionals who manage the operations of medical businesses, ensuring that their organization runs smoothly and efficiently. Alongside their regular office administration duties, Medical Office Managers manage and supervise personnel, plan and implement office procedures, develop office policies, and ensure that patients in the facility are receiving the highest level of customer service.
Just like any other business, a health care office needs skilled and qualified individuals who offer day-to-day leadership and management. If you like the idea of working in the medical field, but would rather not be involved in direct patient care, then perhaps you should consider a career as a MOM!
The Carrington College Medical Office Management associate degree program can provide you with the skills and knowledge to direct and coordinate medical office responsibilities in small health care settings like doctors’ offices, dental clinics, chiropractic offices, or perhaps with continuing study even departments within hospitals.
Our program can be completed in as few as nine months, and is a blend of general education and business management courses. Courses cover subjects like communication, general psychology, human resources, office management and procedures.
Our Associate of Science degree program in Medical Office Management is available at our Mesa, AZ, Phoenix, AZ, Tucson, AZ, and Albuquerque, NM campus locations. The program is also available at our Spokane, WA campus, where it culminates in an Associate of Occupational Studies degree in Medical Office Management.
So if you like the idea of being a qualified MOM, talk to a Carrington College Enrollment Services Representative today at 1.855.288.21869
For comprehensive consumer information, visit www.carrington.edu/degrees/medical-office-management/
Program availability varies by location.