Medical transcription course introduces the student to the process of transcription or converting voice-recorded reports as dictated by physicians or other healthcare professionals, into text format. This course will provide the theoretical knowledge and practical skills to work as a medical transcriber in hospitals, medical clinics, private practice specialities and community health agencies. Upon successful completion, of course, the student will be able to understand the content and purpose of chart notes, history and physical examination reports, letters, x-ray reports and consultations.
Fundamentals of Medical Transcription
Transcribing Numbers, Figures, and Abbreviations
Error Analysis Chart and production for pay Summary
Demonstrate critical thinking and Decision – making
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Age must be 18 years or above
There are many career opportunities in Medical Transcription in Canada as well. Internet technology is not only profiting the IT departments but also other fields like medicine. As the medical field is growing rapidly, the need for medical Transcriptionists is being enhanced. After completing a successful course, the students will be able to practice their services in medical branches as in hospitals, clinics and other medical departments of Canada like:
ENT dictation Services.
Ophthalmology dictation Service.
Physical therapy dictation Service.
Radiology & Cardiology dictation Service.
Internal medicine dictation services.
Sports medicine & Family practice and plenty more.