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medical office specialist
why choose medical office specialist?
- medical office specialists are front-line problem solvers who help ensure patients have a positive experience.
- a great career for those who are detail and service oriented and have an interest in the healthcare field.
- get the training you need to obtain employment in a wide variety of medical office environments.
we are not accepting applications for medical office specialist at this time.
2600 west 5th street
marshfield, wi 54449
stevens point campus
1001 centerpoint drive
stevens point, wi 54481
wisconsin rapids campus
500 32nd street north
wisconsin rapids, wisconsin 54494
what you'll learn
the medical office specialist program at mid-state prepares students to meet the needs of healthcare and related organizations by performing a variety of office support functions. the program includes medical terminology; medical law, ethics, and professionalism; and related coursework.
in this program you will learn to communicate professionally while maintaining confidentiality, apply customer service skills, and use computer applications to prepare and maintain medical documents. you will also learn to perform administrative procedures within the healthcare environment. tours of local medical facilities will help you gain knowledge of possible employers in the community.
estimated entire program cost
cost based on the 2020/2021 academic calendar year.
- Tuition & Fees: $5,080.82
- books: $2,005.10
- supplies, uniforms, and/or exams: $0.00
- total estimated cost: $7,085.92
financial aid eligibility
this program is not eligible for financial aid.
sharon behrens, aas, ba, mba, med
sharon earned an med from national-louis university and an mba from walden university. she has many years of office experience to share and a passion for technology. she keeps her skills current as an active member of the international association of administrative professionals (iaap). sharon also attends conferences and authors and edits software textbooks and other instructional materials for leading publishing companies.
“i enjoy getting to know my students and find it invigorating to see their skills and confidence evolve through the many hands-on opportunities available.”
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“healthcare can be a very complex environment, with a steep learning curve for the under-prepared. i am excited about the potential to hire candidates from the new medical office specialist program at mid-state. ”
manager of patient access/revenue cycle
stevens point, wi
choose your path
career pathways help you take your education one step at a time to maximize your investment and make college fit your life. earn a credential and start using it in the workforce. continue with another stack of related courses to gain a more advanced diploma or degree.