Why train as a medical assistant and secretary?

Do you have a strong affinity for people and a highly developed sense of interpersonal skills? Would you like to accompany patients in the early stages of their recovery? Have you thought about training as a medical assistant or secretary? IPAC Chambéry tells you all about it.

What does it mean to be a Medical and Social Assistant Secretary?

The Medical and Social Assistant Secretary guides patients in their administrative procedures and supports medical teams in order to optimise patient care according to different criteria: planning, specialities, patient file and profile, etc.

How can I become a medical and social assistant secretary?

IPAC Chambéry offers a BAC level training course that allows you to enter this profession: Medical and Social Secretary.

Its objective is to train you to master office automation tools and patient care techniques in order to ensure the smooth running of the following missions

Management of routine secretarial work and team assistance: Production of professional documents, Communication, storage and follow-up of information, Physical and telephone reception of clients, Planning and organisation of activities
Management of administrative processing in a medical or social service: Constitution and organisation and follow-up of patients' administrative files, which enable students to become real experts in personalised advice and asset management.

Why choose IPAC Chambéry?

With more than 30 years of experience, IPAC is a higher education school that trains students in the health and social sector. Accompanied by Marielle, a training consultant, students are monitored throughout their course to ensure their personal and professional development within their company.

Would you like to find out more about our school for health and social professions and the Medical and Social Secretary qualification? Download our documentation.