Medical Office Career Pathways



Healthcare jobs are expected to increase tremendously over the next 10 years and non-clinical positions are expected to increase over 16% by 2026! Jobs in healthcare become increasingly important as our population ages and the need for preventive and general medical care increases.

Medical Office Pathways lead to those careers responsible for non-clinical healthcare positions responsible for front office interactions, complex billing processes, medical records, patient communications, and the overall patient experience.






Certified medical coders are in the top in-demand jobs in the healthcare industry. Certification demonstrates to employers that you have advanced expertise. Certified medical coders can advance their careers into chart auditing and supervisory roles. Click here to learn more or register, today!










Patient Services Representative Level I is self-paced, 100% online, and can be achieved in as few as 22 hours! PSR I provides learners with a foundational understanding of effective medical service delivery and the PSR role, along with the tools and confidence needed for a successful career. Click here to learn more or register, today!





CMOM teaches practical administrative skills that lead to improved communication with providers, third-party payers, patients, and business associates. Learn guidelines and examples that will improve decision-making and tactical skills. Graduates of this program will be better prepared to manage risk, motivate employees and improve the financial outlook in a medical office. Click here to learn more or register, today!





The Certified Medical Compliance Officer (CMCO) addresses the unique compliance concerns in non-hospital health care provider offices, including small to mid-sized outpatient medical office settings, home health, hospice, DME, PT clinics, and third-party billing companies. The material covered in this program represents a tremendous amount of information and real-world experience, systematically presented during each session. Click here to learn more or register, today!











Washington County Community College was recently named one of the top 150 community colleges in the United States for its commitment to student success and educational excellence. Along with Maine’s six other community colleges, WCCC offers the lowest tuition and fees of any institution in New England, and serves as an educational, community, and economic development resource for Washington County and beyond by providing educational and workforce training opportunities with individualized attention to all who desire to gain technical skills, develop career specializations, engage in self-improvement, and/or prepare for transfer.


Practice Management Institute® (PMI), a trusted resource nationally for medical office teams since 1983, trains and certifies administrative professionals working in medical offices: medical office managers and staff working in coding, billing, auditing, and compliance. New and experienced professionals learn current guidelines and best practices to perform more effectively in their role. Providers and consultants involved in the business side of outpatient services also attend to understand the practical application of medical office administration guidelines.