Medical Transcription

Medical transcription is a form of Record Keeping. If you choose to study medical transcription, you will learn to listen carefully to audio recordings that contain notes from doctors. You will use knowledge of medical terminology, anatomy and the English language to produce detailed and accurate reports that become a permanent part of a patient’s personal medical files.


Although medical transcription is an important job, you should know that you will not be working in an emergency room or forming relationships with patients. Medical transcriptionists work entirely behind the scenes at healthcare facilities like hospitals and medical and dental clinics. Alternately, you can work from home as an independent contractor for medical transcription agencies.

Medical transcription attracts many students because jobs in this field are plentiful and they require little higher education. In fact, you can only study medical transcription at the certificate and associates degree levels, and you may be able to find a job without any formal training at all. However, a certificate or degree will improve your job prospects and give you an edge in the job market.


The duration of the training program is four months. Students are given comprehensive training on computer basics, keyboard skills, Americanism and medical terminology by our team of highly qualified and experienced faculty members, doctors, English teachers and medical transcriptionists. The course carries with it assured placements for successful candidates.

Training Offered For

  • Graduates from Science background, i.e. B. Sc. Microbiology, Biochemistry, Botany, Zoology, Nutrition & Dietetics.
  • Graduates from Medical background, i.e. M.B.B.S., B.D.S., B.P.T., B.O.T., B.Pharm., B.H.M.S.