Showing posts with label Certified. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Certified. Show all posts
1/29/2024

The Key to a Successful HUC career: Which Certifications Do You Need?





If you're interested in a career as a health unit coordinator, you may wonder whether certification is necessary. The answer could be more straightforward, depending on factors such as the job you're applying for and your employer's expectations. 


However, obtaining certification can indicate a certain level of knowledge and dedication to the profession, which can be advantageous when seeking employment. Certification demonstrates that you've completed a program or exam that covers important skills and competencies for the role. 


Additionally, some employers may require or prefer certification for their health unit coordinators. While certification may not be a requirement for all positions, it can be an asset to help you stand out as a qualified and committed applicant.

3/27/2021

The First Certified Health Unit Cordinator



I found this story about the death of the first person to become a Certified Health Unit Coordinator. She lived a great life—condolences to her family. To read the story click here!

7/11/2017

Do You Really Need to be Certified To Become a Health Unit Coordinator? (Video)


This is the third week of listing subjects that I cover in my new booklet titled Steps To Becoming a Health Unit Coordinator.

This is a follow-up to Steps To Becoming a Medical Secretary - A Step-by-Step Guide to Working in a Hospital.

This is not just another book that lists suggestions. I actually put all of these tips into action – and I share that information with you!

Topics include:
  1. Certification. Do you really need to be certified to be a Health Unit Coordinator?
  2. Chain of Command. When there is trouble or conflict, who do you go to first?
  3. Emergency Code Phrases. What emergency codes do your hospital use – and why they're essential.
  4. Focus on Money. Money pays the bills – and sometimes maybe the only thing keeping you at your job.
  5. Moving To Another Position. Are you thinking about becoming a nurse and are only using this job as a way to get your foot in the door?

Order your copy today!