About the Careers
Are you looking for a rewarding career in hospital administration? Our Nursing Unit and Hospital Clerk Dual Diploma program will prepare you for various career opportunities in hospital administration.
Nursing Unit Clerk
Nursing Unit Clerks act as the heart of a health care unit by maintaining the pulse. They focus on non-clinical tasks, direct resources, communicate with patients, nurses and doctors, and ensure urgent tasks are completed efficiently. A Nursing Unit Clerk must be able to multitask, work in a fast-paced environment, and possess strong communication skills.
A Hospital Clerk provides valuable clerical, secretarial, and administrative support in public and private health care settings. Typical duties include the admitting and registration of patients into various departments and/or hospital units, collecting patient data, data entry, clerical tasks, and handling patients’ charts.
Graduates find opportunities for employment in:
- Health authorities
- Hospitals and community agencies
- Private clinics
- Family practices
- Walk-in clinics
- Sub-acute and non-acute care facilities
- Allied care facilities
- Private surgical centres
- Extended, intermediate, and long-term care facilities