About the Medical Office Administration Program at Concord
Our Medical Office Administration (MOA) program in Concord, California will prepare you to successfully enter the field of healthcare. Upon graduating, you will know how to process medical records, handle insurance claims, complete various accounting responsibilities, and fulfill other supportive tasks in a medical office setting.
Medical Office Administrators usually require a postsecondary certificate to enter the profession. Whether you’re a recent high school graduate or an experienced professional seeking a career change, our accelerated MOA program will equip you with the necessary skills to pass your certification exam. Our goal is to provide the education and resources that will help you advance your new career as quickly as possible.
What You’ll Learn
In many healthcare facilities across the country, MOAs are often the first line of defense. Medical Office Administrators (also known as medical secretaries), perform various clerical and administrative tasks for medical offices, insurance companies, and other healthcare facilities. They interact with patients as well as family members and insurance representatives. At Unitek Concord, we will prepare you for various aspects of this rewarding career.
Among other tasks, you will learn how to perform the following medical office duties and responsibilities:
- Complete opening and closing office procedures
- Manage medical records
- Create electronic health records
- Assign insurance codes for medical diagnoses and procedures
- Process insurance claims
- Perform entry-level bookkeeping and accounting procedures
MOA Admissions Requirements for the Concord Campus
If you believe our Medical Office Administration program is right for you, please review some of our enrollment steps below:
1 Meet for career planning
2 Complete the admissions interview
3 Send proof of high school education or equivalent
4 Take the assessment exam
5 Fill out an admissions application
6 Complete the enrollment agreement
7 Financial arrangements
If I ever decide to further my education, I will be going back to Unitek College.
The Concord Campus
Located near the 680 Highway and the Mount Diablo Corridor, Concord is a large city that sits in the San Francisco Bay Area. This region is home to various climates, mountains, and outdoor venues. Our campus is also in close proximity to several healthcare providers. Some of these organizations include Sutter Health and Kaiser Permanente. Thanks to this hotspot of healthcare providers, our staff can often select externships that are close to many students.
Various Healthcare Programs
Our Concord campus maintains a diverse roster of programs in the healthcare field. These programs include Medical Assisting, Medical Office Administration, Dental Assisting, Vocational Nursing, and Information Technology. Furthermore, we have several student-use facilities to enhance your college experience, like a student lounge, café, and learning resource stations. If you’re seeking job opportunities or need financial assistance, our financial aid and career services representatives are eager to help.
Accessible Parking Structure
We also offer free, sheltered parking, which is essential for students who commute. Public transportation is widely available as well. Our Concord campus is one block from the nearest bus stop, and one mile away from Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART).
The ladies of Career Services never quit! They don’t stop working until they have sent your resume to every office they suspect may be hiring.
Residents of Concord can enjoy its many attractions, events, classes and community activities. This lively city has provided us with an excellent space for our campus. Journey to 1401 Willow Pass Road, and look for rows of slender palm trees beside a 10-story office tower.
Phone: (888) 919-4220
1401 Willow Pass Rd,
Concord, CA 94520
Commonly Asked Questions
Does the Concord campus offer an MOA program near me?
We welcome students from all around the world to enroll at Unitek College. Most students at our Concord campus are either from the city of Concord or commute from one of the following nearby cities.
We serve Medical Office Administration students across all of Contra Costa County, California:
|Concord, CA||Alamo, CA||Antioch, CA|
|Bay Point, CA||Benicia, CA||Clayton, CA|
|Danville, CA||El Sobrante, CA||Hercules, CA|
|Lafayette, CA||Martinez, CA||Moraga, CA|
|Orinda, CA||Pittsburg, CA||Pleasant Hill, CA|
|Walnut Creek, CA|
Why become a Medical Office Administrator?
Medical Office Administrators have the administrative and support skills to flourish in many medical environments. They assist with office management, and they play a vital role in healthcare. This career is often a stable, rewarding one. Plus, it is also on the rise.
What courses are required for Concord’s MOA program?
Our MOA program covers a wide range of topics, such as medical terminology, medical office procedures, regulations for patient medical records, and basic knowledge of healthcare.
What are MOA class sizes at Concord?
In our MOA program, we offer class sizes that are capped at 40 students. We maintain this cap because we believe every student deserves to have their voice heard.
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