Canadian Red Cross Medical Terminology Course 

Course Overview:

Gain essential knowledge with our Online Medical Terminology course designed for professionals outside healthcare. This course covers the language of medicine, introducing learners to human anatomy, physiology, and medical abbreviations. Perfect for those in medical billing, coding, administration, emergency response, and more.

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How To Complete This Course



Self paced online course varying from 12-24 hours.


You will need to pass the test at the end of each module with a score of at least 70%.  You will be able to review the module content and try as many times as necessary to complete the course.


Successfully completing the course will earn you a Medical Terminology certificate.

Key Features

  • Self-Paced Learning: Complete the course online at your convenience within 12 to 24 hours.
  • Comprehensive Modules: From basic medical terms to in-depth study of each human body system.
  • Certification: Earn a Medical Terminology certificate upon successful completion.

Course Content

  1. Introduction to Medical Terminology: Learn the structure of medical terms and their correct pronunciation and spelling.
  2. Body Structure: Understand human anatomy and physiology, body organization, and medical specialties.
  3. Word Parts: Explore roots, prefixes, and suffixes related to various body systems and their disorders.
  4. In-Depth System Analysis: Detailed modules covering the integumentary system to the urinary system, including anatomy, physiology, and specific medical terms.

Who Should Enroll? This course is ideal for professionals seeking to understand healthcare language or those currently not involved in healthcare but interested in medical billing, coding, administration, and other related fields.

Advance Your Career Completing this course will not only enhance your understanding of medical terminology but also open doors to career advancement in the healthcare sector.