What Does a Medical Administrator Do?

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Medical administrator responsibilities include:

  • Monitoring budgets and preparing reports
  • Maintaining medical and staff records
  • Tracking medical and office supplies


Job description

for this role, you must understand healthcare regulations and be able to handle medical information discretely. Medical administration duties include budgeting, ordering medical supplies and maintaining employee records. Ideal candidate has previous experience as a medical administrator and is able to complete administrative tasks accurately, and in a timely manner.



  • Monitor budgets and prepare reports
  • Maintain medical and staff records
  • Track medical and office supplies stock
  • Update patient health records, including admissions and insurance data
  • Create work schedules for staff members
  • Keep records of expenses and suggest ways to minimize costs
  • Answer queries from doctors, nurses, and patients
  • Liaise with medical staff to identify efficiencies in the facility’s operations
  • Ensure compliance with current healthcare regulations



  • Proven work experience as a medical administrator, medical office manager, or relevant role
  • Knowledge of healthcare regulations and medical law
  • Understanding of medical terminology
  • Experience with administrative and accounting procedures
  • Familiarity with databases and spreadsheets (especially MS Excel)
  • Strong organizational and time-management skills
  • Communication skills with a problem solving attitude
  • BS degree in Healthcare Administration or Business Administration, with a qualification in healthcare


Salary: the average salary of a medical administrator in the UK is £20,000/year.

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