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Medical Office Administration & Professional Programs

Prepare for a new career sooner than you think

Medical Office Administrators play key roles behind the scenes, helping manage the administrative services from day-to-day operations to greeting patients to billing and records management, and engaging with insurance providers.


Being a Medical Office Administrator (MOA) can mean you get a chance to be the “jack of all trades” or the “fixer” that keeps the office going with day-to-day duties. The day of a MOA can be fast-paced, highly diverse and often chaotic dealing with billing, greeting patients, processing claims and maintaining records.

Train for a Healthcare Career that Helps Keeps things Running

Medical Office Administration courses at Concorde Career College focus on such topics as managing daily office operations and finances, as well as being the “middle man” between patients and insurance providers. You’ll gain real-world experiences in our hands-on training. Medical Office Admin classes are offered at most of our campuses, such as San Diego, Aurora, Portland, and others. The Memphis and Southaven campuses offer a Medical Office Professional program.

Now Enrolling

Have you been searching for Medical Office Administration programs near you? Your search ends at Concorde, where you can start training to earn your Medical Office Administration diploma and help you achieve your exciting future in health care.

*Program length may be subject to change dependent on transfer credits and course load. Please refer to current course catalog for more information. Concorde does not guarantee admittance, graduation, subsequent employment or salary amount. The associate of science degree program is currently only available through the Memphis, TN and Southaven, MS campuses.
Professional certification is not a requirement for graduation, may not be a requirement for employment nor does it guarantee employment. Registration and certification requirements for taking and passing these examinations are not controlled by Concorde, but by outside agencies, and are subject to change by the agency without notice. Therefore, Concorde cannot guarantee that graduates will be eligible to take these exams, at all or at any specific time, regardless of their eligibility status upon enrollment.
ᶛ Externships are a non-paid in-person learning experience, who's length and location may be subject to change. Concorde does not guarantee externship placement, graduation, post-externship employment or salary outcomes. 

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Have an Associate Degree in Healthcare?
Currently Licensed Dental Hygienist?
Currently a Licensed Surgical Technologist?
Currently a Registered Nurse (RN)?
Currently a LDA or RDA?

Curriculum

The coursework in Concorde's Medical Office Administration training program intersects classroom theory with hands-on training for an immersive learning experience from Day 1 in the practical aspects of providing a high level of support in a variety of medical office job settings.

Coursework focuses on such topics as managing daily office operations and finances, as well as serving as a navigational liaison between patients and insurance providers. Upon completion of this program, graduates can take the licensing exam to qualify for employment in this field.

What Medical Office Administrations Often Do:

  • Accounts receivable and payable
  • Billing and fee collection
  • Payroll and taxes
  • Records management
  • Insurance claims processing

Career Outlook

Where do Medical Office Administrators Often Work:***

  • Physicians' Offices
  • Dental Offices
  • Long-term & Acute Care Facilities
  • Clinics & Specialty Treatment Centers
  • Hospitals
  • Medical Insurance Companies
***Concorde does not guarantee admittance, graduation, subsequent employment or salary amount. 

Financial Aid

As part of our commitment to your success, Concorde ensures that you have access to comprehensive information and guidance in navigating the financial aid process. Concorde offers financial aid and scholarship programs to those who qualify.

Accreditation

Accreditation and licensure are an important part of an academic institution’s operation. Visit our Accreditations and Licensure page for more details about our accreditations and licensure.

FAQ

Medical Office Administration Program FAQ

Frequently asked questions and answers.

7 Questions
The Medical Office Administration And Medical Office Assistant job roles are the same. Concorde offers career training for both through the Medical Office Administration Diploma program.
The Medical Office Administration Program at Concorde can be completed in as little as 9 months. However, this varies by campus location. Please check with an admissions advisor for program length information.
Call us to find out when the Medical Office Administration Program starts at a Concorde campus location near you.
According to ONETonline.org, the Medical Office Administration job field is expected to grow 11 percent through 2028.
Becoming a medical office administrator allows you to make up the front lines of a doctor's office or hospital environment. A medical office administrator is usually the first person to see patients or clients. Their job is to coordinate patient visits and facilitate the office to run smoothly. This role has many different job titles depending on where you work from the unit secretary, patient coordinator, medical office specialist, and more.
Yes. Concorde's hardworking extern coordinators are dedicated to pairing you with the right hands-on Medical Office Administration externship opportunity.
For program-specific tuition information, please see the campus catalog.