Medical Office Administration

Medical Office Administrative Assistants perform clerical duties in medical facilities for physicians and serve as receptionist, bookkeeper, billing clerk, or office manager. The job involves computer word processing equipment, medical database, and spreadsheet software. Exceptional people skills and even a second language are helpful in this field.

Program Information

Estimated Monthly Cost

Estimated Total Cost
Includes tuition, fees, books, and supplies

Estimated High School Cost

Average Wage

Completion Time
8-16 months (910 hours)

Campus Location(s)
Main Campus


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Additional Information

We have just updated our curriculum and we are very excited about some of the new learning tools we have incorporated into the Medical Office Administration course work. You will be able to enter a “virtual medical office” that allows you to see how a medical office employee actually functions in various situations. Come by and see what we have to offer. Ogden-Weber Tech College has incorporated the Medical Transcription program into the Health Information Technologies area. Health Information Technologies also offers Medical Coding and Medical Transcription Certificates.

Mission Statement

The Health Information Technologies Program at Ogden-Weber Tech College is committed to providing state-of-the-art training of students for entry level positions in Medical Office Administration, Medical Coding and Medical Transcription. This commitment is designed to meet the needs of both students seeking skills to secure employment, as well as employers who are seeking highly skilled workers to support the goals of their organization. We accomplish this by continued interaction with local employers and monitoring of the healthcare industry to reflect the rapidly changing needs of these occupations. We are further committed in training students in the basics of professionalism and ethics to strengthen the core values of our students as they enter the workforce. We believe that this will in turn provide stronger individuals and communities. We want our students to believe that they can “start here, and go anywhere!”

Admission Requirements

  • Call 801-627-8300 to schedule a time for testing. Tell them that you are planning to enroll in Medical Office Administration.
  • Accuplacer reading score of 72, DRP (Degree of Reading Power) 70, or ACT reading score of 22 (valid for two years from test date)
  • Accuplacer math score of 65, ACT math score of 17, TABE 80%, or successful completion of OWATC Math I course
  • A high school diploma or GED is required
  • A background check is required for all students prior to enrolling in the Medical Office Administration program
Important Notice
If you are enrolling in any health occupation program, any misdemeanor or felony conviction relating to drug offenses, assault/violent crimes, sexual assault, fraud, or theft that you have on your record, will result in the college not being able to place you in a clinical or externship site. As a result, you will not be able to complete the program. See your program coordinator for more detailed information.
Employer Advisory Team
  • Health Clinics of Utah
  • Intermountain Helath Care
  • McKay-Dee Porter Family Medicine
  • Medical Arts Clinic
  • Midtown Community Health Center
  • Mountainstar Pediatrics
  • Ogden Clinic
  • Tanner Clinic

Program Instructor

Megan Miller

Megan Miller, CPC

Megan is the coordinator of the Medical Coding and Medial Office programs, she has over 15 years of successful experience in the fields of professional medical coding with wide-ranging expertise in processes and functions of the medical office ranging from administration, collections, appeals, insurance trending, customer relations, natural leader surpassing objectives, expectations, with exceptional communication, problem solving, and instructing abilities. Mrs. Miller is an active member of the American Association of Professional Coders (AAPC).

Office Hours: Monday-Friday 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.