How to Lead as a Unit Secretary (Video)



  1. Ask for feedback on how you are doing as a secretary and if they have any suggestions for improvement.
  2. Keep track of all communication between members, including emails, phone calls, etc., so that you can refer to them when necessary.
  3. Find a way to stay organized. Use post-it notes, color coding, or whatever works best for you.
  4. Know your role and the organization's mission
  5. Serve as a liaison between members of the unit and other units.
  6. Send out reminders about upcoming meetings to all members in advance
  7. Find out what is going on in their lives outside of work 

What Should I Put on My Resume? (Video)



This video will teach you how to create a resume for healthcare-related work. 


Every resume is different. But there are some common mistakes that people make when writing their resumes. 


I share the three most important things to put on your resume and how to avoid these mistakes!


Need more help on what to put on your resume? Order Writing a Killer Resume

Hospitals of the Future (Video)

As a secretary for a hospital, you're just as involved in patient care as a doctor. 


In the future, secretaries will take on tasks from ensuring organized filing systems to hosting visiting families. Never before has there been such a possibility for those who were once overlooked!





How Hospitals Can Keep Their Employees During the Great Resignation (Video)

The average hospital loses a percentage of its employees every year. That's a lot of money and time spent training new people! 


According to Addam Marcotte with FMG Leading, hospitals can keep their employees during the Great Resignation by not just offering them a retention bonus or pay increase, but by becoming a great place to work and giving their employees a way to hone their skills, develop their career, and grow in leadership. 


What Unit Secretaries Do (Video)

As a medical secretary at the hospital, you're used to answering calls from patients in their room, scared witless by upcoming procedures. 


You spend your days filing paperwork and keeping track of patients scheduled for surgeries, and even casting an eye over charts when called upon. The process is tedious work, but it's undeniably critical, so if you thrive on routine, this might be just your type of job!