Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Should You Go Work at Another Facility As a Health Unit Coordinator?

This is the final installment of me sharing with you some of the areas that I cover in my new booklet Steps To Becoming a Health Unit Coordinator.

This is not just another book that lists suggestions. I actually put all of these tips into action – and I share that information with you!

Topics include:

  1. Different Types of Patients – there are many different types – and you have to deal with them differently.
  2. Laptop/Tablet/Cellphone – should you bring these items to work?
  3. Overtime - should this be a short term strategy or a long term plan? Will this lead to faster burnout? How do you say no when the job calls you at 5 o’clock in the morning and asks you if you want to work?
  4. Use of Internet - should you use the company’s internet for shop for Cyber Monday?
  5. Working at Another Hospital - should you leave where you are at to go work at another facility? Or should you work both places?

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Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Should You Attend Health Unit Coordinator Meetings?


Over the last four weeks, you’ve been reading a quick summary of some of my tips from my new booklet Steps To Becoming a Health Unit Coordinator.

This is not just another book that lists suggestions. I actually put all of these tips into action – and I share that information with you!

Topics include:

  1. Committees – should you get involved on committees to make the hospital a better place?
  2. CPR – you work the desk – why do you need to know CPR? Believe me, it's important.
  3. Health Unit Coordinator Meetings – should you attend them?
  4. Leaving the Company – when is it a good time to move?
  5. Orienting New Secretaries - do you feel comfortable training new Health Unit Coordinators?


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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Do You Really Need to be Certified To Become a Health Unit Coordinator?

This is the third week of listing subjects that I cover in my new booklet titled Steps To Becoming a Health Unit Coordinator.

This is a follow-up to Steps To Becoming a Medical Secretary - A Step-by-Step Guide to Working in a Hospital.


This is not just another book that lists suggestions. I actually put all of these tips into action – and I share that information with you!

Topics include:

  1. Certification – do you really need to be certified to be a Health Unit Coordinator?
  2. Chain of Command – when there is trouble or conflict who do you go to first?
  3. Emergency Code Phrases – what emergency codes do your hospital use – and why they're important.
  4. Focus on the Money – money pays the bills – and sometimes may be the only thing keeping you at your job.
  5. Moving To Another Position - are you thinking about becoming a nurse and are only using this job as a way to get your foot in the door?

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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Do You Really Need to Know Medical Terminology to Become a Health Unit Coordinator?

Last week I told you that I had just completed a new booklet titled Steps To Becoming a Health Unit Coordinator. Below I will continue to give you a sneak peek.

This is a follow-up to Steps To Becoming a Medical Secretary - A Step-by-Step Guide to Working in a Hospital.

This is not just another book that lists suggestions. I actually put all of these tips into action – and I share that information with you!

Subjects include:
  1. Awards and Recognition – do you live for the award and recognition that comes with a job well done or do you go to work, do your job and go home?
  2. Consent Forms – what to make sure is listed on a consent form.
  3. Frustrated at Work? - read my list of things to do to calm yourself down.
  4. Medical Terminology - do you really need to know it?
  5. Telephones/Call Lights - do you let them ring 10 times or do you grab them promptly?


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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Steps To Becoming a Health Unit Coordinator is Now Available!

I’ve just completed a new booklet titled Steps To Becoming a Health Unit Coordinator.

This is a follow-up to Steps To Becoming a Medical Secretary - A Step-by-Step Guide to Working in a Hospital.


This is not just another book that lists suggestions. I actually put all of these tips into action – and I share that information with you!

Subjects include:

  1. Calling in Consultants – how to keep track of all of the calls that you put out.
  2. Dating A Co Worker – should you do this – if you're single? And should everyone know?
  3. Getting Things Fixed – who are you gonna call when that call light won't stop ringing?
  4. Medication Order - are you responsible for putting these orders in?
  5. Use of Email - should you use the company’s email system to send chain letters?


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