Health Unit Coordinator

Program Length

50 hour/7 weeks


Tuesday and Thursday
6:00 pm to 9:30 pm

Program Dates

August 10, 2021 to September 28, 2021

Program Campus Location

Scarlet Oaks Career Campus
303 Scarlet Oaks Drive
Cincinnati, Ohio 45241

Tuition Information

$1,199 (Tuition does not include national exam fee)

Other Costs

National exam: $205
CPR: $50

Available Certifications

NAHUC National Certification
American Heart Association -BLS Provider

Health Unit Coordinator Detailed Information Flyer

Join the Ever-Growing Health Care Field with this Short-Term Certification Program

This 50 hour/7 week program is designed to prepare a student to perform the tasks and responsibilities of a Health Unit Coordinator in support of medical staff, nursing personnel, hospital departments, and to assist patients and visitors. This program includes interactive lecture, labs and exercises designed to review medical terminology, methods of effective communication and progressive management techniques. Throughout this program students will perform multiple exercises in the complexities of transcribing physician’s orders; patient chart documentation; HIPAA regulations; dietary orders; vital signs documentation; ordering of diagnostic and therapeutic testing; all in an effort to prepare a student to function as a vital member of the healthcare team. Upon successful completion of this Health Unit Coordinator Program, students will be eligible to sit for the National Association of Health Unit Coordinators (NAHUC) national certification exam.

90% in-class attendance is required.

* Please note: This program is not eligible for Pell Grant or Stafford Loans (FAFSA). Please click here to view other types of assistance.

Enrollment Requirements:

*May be additional cost

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Information Sessions:

View this online information session video for classes at Scarlet Oaks.

The Health Unit Coordinator program is offered at Great Oaks by Condensed Curriculum International (CCI). Since 1993, CCI has supported schools in communities nationwide with educational programs focused on healthcare and other in-demand disciplines.