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Many employers prefer medical secretaries who have had specialized training or experience in a medical field. In addition, most employers require knowledge of word processing and database management programs. Employers look for applicants who are good at keyboarding. They also look for people who have good spelling and grammar skills. Employers prefer applicants who have good people skills. Good judgment and organizational ability are also helpful.
Medical secretaries generally advance by being promoted to other positions with more responsibility. Some become office managers. Medical secretary experience can also lead to jobs as sales representatives for drug companies or for manufacturers of computer software.
Front Office Manager, Medical Office Specialist, Office Manager, Patient Coordinator, Receptionist, Unit Support Representative, Health Unit Coordinator, Medical Receptionist, Patient Relations Representative (PRR)
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