A unit secretary is an administrative position commonly held within hospitals or other specialized medical departments. They assist in supporting patients and medical staff by answering incoming calls, organizing charts and admitting new patients. A unit secretary uses their knowledge of medical terminology and billing to manage the office efficiently. A unit secretary usually has a background in medical office processes and procedures and advances into the position after time spent as a medical office assistant.
A high school diploma or equivalent degree is required to be considered for the position. Depending upon the specific department serviced, a professional certification in medical billing or terminology can be required. Individuals with exceptional communication skills and the ability to support busy medical personnel tend to excel in this role.
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