Medical scribes work closely with physicians and primary care providers in documenting patient care details in electronic health records. This program prepares students to become certified in the profession through training in medical terminology, anatomy, and electronic health records.
In just eight months, you can become a Medical Scribe Specialist, an important member of the healthcare team who maintains comprehensive and accurate electronic health records. Through a combination of classroom material and hands-on training, this program will prepare you to sit for certification by the American College of Medical Scribe Specialists. Learn all about medical terminology, records, procedures, equipment, and patient tracking. Work side-by-side with doctors and specialists in a variety of healthcare settings. Get started on a career that’s expected to grow by 15% over the next few years, and where employees earn more than $36,000 a year on average in South Carolina.
How to Enroll
To pursue this certificate, please click on the courses below to see availability. You can register for courses online, and you do not have to apply to the college!
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Sample Program Plan and Costs
Class Delivery Methods
|On-Campus||Traditional. Classes meet on campus.|
|Virtual||100% online. Meets with a live instructor and classmates on specific days, at specific times. Uses web conferencing software, like Zoom.|
|Hybrid||Some classes on campus. Some classes online or virtual.|
|Online||100% online. Due dates for projects and assignments. Self-paced work on your time.|
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Students will learn medical terminology by analyzing the prefix, suffix, word roots, and combinations used in medical terms. This course is a prerequisite for other courses and medical certificate programs. This course may be used for exemption of AHS 102.
Classroom, Hybrid, Online
Electronic Health Records
Learn the concepts of recording a patient's record in digital format that can be shared across different healthcare settings. The EHR is a complete record of a clinical patient encounter as well as supporting other care-related activities.
Medical Scribe Specialist
This 12-week accelerated Medical Scribe Specialists course will address training competencies required for the ACMSS certification. Through lecture, review, training, and practice of electronic health record input and documentation management, students will prepare to assist healthcare providers in a clinical setting with activities of patient medical record documentation. Prerequisites: Medical Terminology with a C or better and Electronic Health Records.
Not including fees and equipment