About the Career
Are you looking for a rewarding career in hospital administration? Our Unit and Hospital Clerk Dual Diploma program will prepare you for various career opportunities in hospital administration.
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.
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.
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