Health Unit Coordinator
Health Unit Coordinators work in hospitals, clinics, assisting nursing staff with non-clinical clerical tasks. They perform a variety of services for patients, visitors, and hospital management. They are an important link between departments, health-provider staff, patients, and visitors. Unit coordinators must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Get Started on a Health Care Career!
- Employment expected to grow faster than all other occupations until 2012
- You'll learn clerical skills, medical terminology, hospital organization, legal and ethical responsibilities, and transcription of doctors' orders.
- After completion of the program students are eligible for certification through the National Association of Health Unit Coordinators (NAHUC)
Health Unit Coordinator Courses
AHE 117 Monitor Technician
AHE 121 Intro to Health Unit Coordination/Management
AHE 122 HUC Procedures I
AHE 123 HUC Procedures II
AHE 124 HUC Clinical Externship
AHE 162 Basic Patient Care Skills
AHE 164 CNA Clinical Externship