Doctors and nurses care for patients. Medical administrators give them the freedom to focus on patient care. Medical administrators maintain patient records, communicate with insurance companies, organize confidential files, and efficiently manage the daily operations of a healthcare practice. It is a specialized career that requires specialized training. The Monroe College Medical Administration degree offers strong academics and real-world learning that puts students on the right path toward career achievement.
Our experienced faculty of active and retired medical administrators, healthcare directors, and hospital supervisors help students work toward their career goals. They combine classroom learning with hands-on training, empowering students for successful internships in hospitals, medical claims offices, and private practices.
Medical administration is a high-demand career path with opportunities for advancement in city, state, and government offices. The following are potential careers in medical administration for Monroe College graduates: certified medical coder, medical insurer, patient care advocate, and medical office receptionist.