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Health Unit Coordinator Level 3 Courses
Health Unit Coordinator Level 3 Course Introduction
Health Unit Coordinator Level 3 (HUC 3) introduces students to various hospital departments and provides the skills to transcribe and process medical orders between hospital departments. HUC 3 covers different procedures such as admission, transfer, discharge, preoperative and postoperative, recording vital signs, and postmortem. Treatment protocols are also covered in this course. This course consists of 20 days (100 hours) of daily, participative learning sessions.
- Completion of Health Unit Coordinator Level 2
Students will gain comprehensive knowledge in the fundamental aspects of the Health Unit Coordinator (HUC) industry.
Of Interest To
This course is of interest to individuals actively pursuing HUC training as part of their life-long career journey. It is designed to provide the opportunity for students to develop the skills required to offer administrative support within the medical industry.
In addition to quizzes, tests, an assignment, and a research project, there is a final course exam. Students must achieve an overall mark of 75% to successfully complete the course.
Method of Delivery
Students are enrolled at the campus with a scheduled start date and are supported by a stand-up Instructor.
Health Unit Coordinator Level 3 Course Breakdown
This course is comprised of a variety of topics, concepts, and assignments that focus on the following areas of skill and competency:
Transcription of Doctors’ Orders:
Identifying types of doctors’ orders and how to transcribe them
Patient Activity, Patient Positioning, and Nursing Observation:
Identifying and understanding patient activity orders, positioning orders, and nursing observation orders
Nursing Intervention and Treatment Orders:
Introduction to the respiratory care department, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and dialysis. Understanding intestinal and urinary orders, intravenous therapy orders, and comfort, safety, and healing orders
Understanding components of medication orders, controlled substances, and medication stock supply
Laboratory Orders and Recording Telephoned Laboratory Results:
Identifying divisions within the laboratory, and introduction to laboratory procedures
Admission, Preoperative, and Postoperative Procedures:
Identifying and understanding admission procedures and reports for scheduled patients, urgent admissions, long-term care, and emergency room
Discharge, Transfer and Postmortem Procedures:
Understanding discharge of a patient, autopsy or postmortem examination, and transfer of a patient
Recording Vital Signs, Ordering Supplies, Daily Diagnostic Tests, and Filing:
Understanding how to file records in a patient’s chart, retrieving diagnostic test results, and ordering supplies for the nursing unit
Understanding treatment and medication protocols
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