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Video Preview: Medical Terminology Demystified with Corporate Trainer
Michael Murphy


Medical Terminology Training

Both clinical and non-clinical participants in this employee training will learn to recognize word roots, prefixes, and suffixes used in medical language today. They will also learn how to combine words to create meaningful medical conditions, comprehend the definition of complex medical terms, and the correct spelling of these words. In this medical terminology course, attendees will learn medical terms related to all major body systems, including: muscular system, skeletal system, respiratory system, circulatory system, digestive system, reproductive system, and urinary system

Interested in Bringing Medical Terminology Employee Training to your Organization?

The full, in-depth version of this course can be customized to suit the needs and initiatives of any organization. To find out how to bring this topic and instructor -- or any of our other staff training courses -- to your facility, contact us:

Sharon Gutterman, Senior Program Coordinator
Email: gutterman@njaes.rutgers.edu
Phone: 848-932-7701


About Michael Murphy, Medical Terminology Corporate Trainer

Michael Murphy is a Certified Medical Assistant who teaches a variety of workforce development grant courses for health care professionals on topics such as medical terminology.

In addition to his work with OCPE, Michael serves as the Medical Assistant Program Director at Sussex County Community College (SCCC). This is a multi-faceted role that includes responsibility for overall program effectiveness, re-accreditation, curriculum, program assessment, supervising and evaluating students, and more. Prior to securing this position at SCCC, he was the Medical Assistant Program Coordinator at the Berdan Institute, where he continues to teach as a Medical Assistant Instructor.

Michael's background also includes completion of the New Jersey Paramedic Program at Union County Community College and nine years of experience as the Chief of Emergency Medical Services for the Borough of North Arlington. He is a member of the NJ Society of Medical Assistants, where he served on the Board of Trustees from 2007-2010. He is also a member of the American Association of Medical Assistants and participated in the Test Development Task Force in 2007.