Are you a people person? Do you enjoy working with others? The
medical field is one of the fastest growing industries in the
Triad. As a medical receptionist, you have the opportunity to apply
your skills while meeting new people everyday.
Medical Receptionists are responsible for greeting patients as
they enter the admitting ward of a hospital or clinic. They also
direct patients to appropriate parties, give direction, provide
clerical support to the admitting staff, answer telephone calls,
and direct callers to the appropriate department or unit.
Whether in a private office or in the public sector, you can
make helping others a part of your career. The medical field has
growth potential and so can you. Find out more about being a
Salary Range: $11-$14 per hour
for entry level positions with potential to earn more with
additional training and experienc
This is a hybrid course, a combination of 138 hours of face to
face classroom instruction and 67 hours of online instruction.
• Medical Office Practice Computer
• Microsoft Windows and Office Applications
• Medical Ethics and Legal Responsibilities
• Medical Terminology
• Medical Filing
• Patient and Coworker interaction
• Patient Records
• Office Maintenance and Management
• Daily Financial Responsibilities
• Health Insurance: Filing, Coding & Billing Overview
• Written Communication
• Oral Communication
• Safety and Emergency Care
• Understanding Medical Orders
• Reception Techniques
Requirements to Register for this
Quick Jobs class:
Price of Course
This fee must be paid at the time of registration.
Students should be prepared to purchase their books on the first
day of class.
Contact the GTCC Bookstore.
336-334-4822; Ext. 53011
Copy paper, flash drive, small headsets, etc
Students are required to attend a Human Resources
Development (HRD) class and earn a NC Career Readiness Certificate
(CRC) by the end of training:
HRD class fee
$78.00; students may be eligible for a fee waiver
CRC exam fee
$30.00; students are responsible for the cost of the
Payment of the fees will be discussed in class.
Last update 01/17/2014