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    huffam06 is offline Registered User
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    Nov 2011

    Medical Terminology

    Any suggestions on where to earn a certificate on Medical Terminology? I've looked at "ExpertRating" and "CorExcel".


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    rook901 is offline Registered User
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    Apr 2005
    Memphis, TN
    Penn Foster has a Medical Terminology certificate. About the same price as CorExcel. You may also want to check your local community college's continuing education options. Just checked a local college here, and they offer a 2-month online course for $99. Might look better on your resume to have a local college's certificate.

    May I ask what you would need a medical terminology certificate for?

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    cookderosa is offline Resident Chef
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    Illinois--> North Carolina
    Respectfully, what would that be used for?
    MS Applied Nutrition, Canisius College
    AA & BA Social Science, Thomas Edison State College
    AOS Culinary Arts, Culinary Institute of America

    The placebo effect should be kicking in any minute.

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    fritzy202 is offline Registered User
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    Mar 2009
    I teach medical terminology at a local community college. We offer it via distance learning or face to face on both the curriculum and continuing education divisions. This route would probably be your best and least expensive option. I'm not aware of any occupation wanting a certificate in medical terminology, so I would just focus on having it on your transcript.

    CHIA - Stephens College - 5/13
    MHA - Bellevue University - 3/12
    BSHS - Excelsior College 11/10
    BSLS - Excelsior College 2/10
    AS - Excelsior College 4/09
    CPC - AAPC

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    SLHelper101 is offline Registered User
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    How about straighterline? They have a medical term course.

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    tfloydb is offline Registered User
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    Aug 2013

    Thumbs up Recommendation Corexcel

    I took Medical Terminology and Anatomy & Physiology through Corexcel. I felt like they took great care to make sure I had everything I needed to complete each course. A lot of the other companies I looked at charged monthly subscription fees and several other hidden registration fees. Honestly, it made me a little nervous. I felt the people at Corexcel were up front with me and really had my best interests at heart.

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