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I am planning on taking an online course for Medical Secretary. How can I know if this will be recognized by any potential employers?
I wanted to know how this works before enrolling in the program.

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Asked by Jenners Saturday Jan 28th 2012 in Online Certifications
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The Medical Secretary Programs have an option to pay for a certificate of completion that comes from a regionally accredited university such as Clemson University. It will hold up to the highest level of scrutiny and is great for giving to employers. You can find out more about this certificate of completion here: What You Need to Enroll.

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