I just finish a short course as a Health Unit Coordinator. I have applied for over 50+ jobs. The jobs are requesting at least1 yr experience. What should I do and where can I apply? The school stated that they would be of support. But as usual the school lied and since we were the 1st pilot class we are actually their trophies. I have apllied at several hospitals. I also took a class in EKG. Please any suggestions.
I want to get into mayo in Rochester and have seen that there is a course for a unit coordinator at RCTC. Does anyone know if this plus a B.A. Degree in Mass Comm. would be good enough to get me a job at Mayo?
I have a Health Unit Coordinators test for a job position. The testing will be on Medical Terminology, Medical Records Management and Office Operations. What is Medical Records Management?
I want to get a Health Unit Coordinator certificate, I've taken most of the classes required at my college- medical terminology, legal aspects, computer applications, keyboarding, and English, Speech, Psychology, and Business Math which are required. I only need to do an Internship.
I've read job descriptions requiring knowledge of ICD9 coding and transcription. Are these important? What classes or skills would you recommend for this position?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank You.
An older friend of mine who recently injured her neck wants me to be her home health aide. It is a job that is through the county. I was wondering if there are certain stipulations for qualifying for the position like taking certain classes. I finished taking classes for a health unit coordinator program and got my degree. I also know that they require a background check and drug testing. My record is clean so the background check does not concern me. I am very close to this person because she was there for me when my family wasn't. The main reason why I want the job is to spend more time with her bacause this person means the world to me. Do you think I'll be able to get this job?
I have graduated from college one year ago as a Health Unit Coordinator. I have been looking for a job ever since. I recently decided to volunteer at my local hospital to get my foot in the door. The hospital has emailed me to answer the following question "What type of experience do you hope to have volunteering at this hospital?" The only thing I am able to come up with is "I hope to gain more experience in a hospital setting and expand my personal and Professional networks." Do you think that is good? Is there some other ideas that I can tell them?
Hey! There is an academy of medicine in my school and the two year course for health unit coordinator ends with a final exam for the certificate but of a friend of mine told me I can't take the exam because in 2 years when I finish the course I am only gonna be 16. I already requested the course in student selection form but I am really worried about not getting the certificate because really what's the point if taking the class and putting effort and dedication in it, if I am not gonna get anything! I want to know If I could take the test for the certificate under 16 or take the course and when I turn 18 pay it and take the exam? help?
I have just finished the Nursing Unit coordinator certificate and thinking about taking the EMR (Emergency Medical Responder) course to become licenced as a level 1 EMR. Love to hear from some people in the field or other medical professionals.
I have an interview for a Health Unit Coordinator (non-certified) position in the ER next week. The application said that specifics will be explained at the interview. However, I was trying to get some informaiton prior to the interview. My mom is and RN but not really sure what this position intels. Any info or advice will be helpful. Also do you know what R-PT means next to a job? 10 pts for best answer! Thanks.
I am currently going to a community college and I am trying to figure out the best major to go for. I am thinking towards health unit coordinating because it only takes two semesters.
Im 19 and want to apply as a unit coordinator at a local hospital. Should I apply online and attach my resume and then the next day go in with my resume and talk in person and tell them I also applied online?
I recently got my Certificate in Nursing Assisting and i was looking at jobs on various hospitals online website and i saw many HUC jobs..the requirements were a high school diploma and knowledge of medical terminology. What do you know about this job? what is a typical day like? do you think i have a chance of getting hired? i have a bachelor's degree in journalism and a Certification in nursing assisting..what do u think?
I have receptionist/administrative assistant experience but I am having a hard time finding a job. I want to work at a hospital because I'd love to work from 7 pm to 7 am. This would allow me to go back to school during the days and finish up my degree. Does anyone have any tips or suggestions about how I can get a job at a hospital as a receptionist or an admission rep?
I just want a job that will get me experience will in the nursing field.
I've made my decision and I want to be in a medical field as my career but I don't know what. I'd like a career about health in the body system. There are many medical jobs that studies about body systems such as a doctor or nurse, but what else are there?
Hey I am thinking of temporarily moving up to the interior from the vancouver area (south surrey actually) to work as a Unit Coordinator. I want to get a few months of experience and they seem to have a lot of need up there. I would be taking a leave from my other job. I have never lived up there before anyone that works for them or has any information love to hear it thanks
Besides the basic questions most employers ask, what type of skills would an employer be searching for when interviewing for this position? Anybody working in this field have any tips?
I'm currently majoring in Nursing but i have already received a minor in psychology. Any job suggestions to get me through nursing school ?
I have a bachelor's in Journalism and then i went and got my Certificate in Nursing Assisting just last month..the job requirements said high school diploma and knowledge of medical terms..it also said there would be on the job training for this job...do u think i'll be considered with my Nurse Aide Certificate? also what do u think of this job?
On the website the job title is stated as admin assistant. But when I downloaded the additional documents containing more information about that job, the title was changed to ward clerk. Is it still worth applying for?