Guide to Health Unit Coordinator Schools
Health unit coordinators are the people who serve as assistants to the nursing staff. They maintain patient charts and order necessary supplies.
This is an in-demand job, according to U.S. Department of Labor statistics.
For most jobs in this field, a certificate in health care coordination is all that is required. This certificate can generally be earned in six months to a year from an accredited school or college.
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