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Health Unit Coordinator Schools

Paging your new career: Make an average of $39,000 as a health unit coordinator. As a health unit coordinator, you’ll manage non-nursing patient care activities at nursing stations in hospitals and nursing homes. In other words, you’ll be the hub of health unit information. Train on the job or complete a vocational program lasting one year or less. You can also pursue the Certified Health Unit Coordinator credential.


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