Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Short Term Course in Medical Secretary

Dear Sir / Madam
Greetings from the Sankara Nethralaya Academy!
As you are aware, the founding objects of the Medical Research Foundation were to provide quality ophthalmic care, at affordable cost to the patient, provide quality and totally free eye care to the indigent in the community, teach and train an army of personnel to combat blindness affecting the population of India and engage in India relevant eye research.
In order to train medical secretaries in performing highly specialized secretarial duties, the Sankara Nethralaya Academy offers a ‘Short Term Course in Medical Secretary.’ The course will train medical secretaries to schedule appointments, file bills for patients, compile medical charts and reports and handle correspondence. The course will enable secretaries to understand the nuances of writing reports, articles, billing, insurance and order supplies.
By the end of the course, a medical secretary will possess a cornucopia of skills and be a good communicator. A secretarial position within the medical profession is the best of both worlds for some - a responsible office job plus the satisfaction of being involved with people’s health and possibly even contact with patients. That’s why specialist Medical Secretarial jobs are very well regarded.
Anatomy & Physiology, Medical Terminology, introduction to Hospital Management & information system, Communication skills, Public Relations, case studies, telephonic etiquettes and rotation postings of various supportive service departments will be handled during the course.
The students will receive a Certificate if they successfully complete the program and the examination at the end of the program.
The next batch of the same will be commencing from 2nd week of October 2013.
This program would be an ideal one for the front-office staff of your institution besides the clinical secretaries.
We will be happy to enroll your sponsored candidate into the program.
Please let me know if you have any further questions regarding his course.
Thanking you
Yours Sincerely
A Mahalingam

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