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Medical Coding

What Does It Mean To Skillify Yourself?

In recent years, many employers have started shifting toward a more skill-driven hiring method, and the healthcare field is no exception. As a result, many employers have begun requiring their employees to possess basic skills before starting a position, whether a degree or short-term training. West Virginia Junior College’s unique education approach allows our students and … Read more

How WVJC Offers A Different
Educational Experience

At West Virginia Junior College, we know that every student is unique and deserves an educational experience that meets their individual needs. That’s why we have created a learning environment that works for students, regardless of their unique situation. WVJC offers a different educational approach, allowing students to balance their families and work schedules with … Read more

Breanna Parker – Graduate Highlight

Meet Medical Coding Graduate – Breanna Parker Before enrolling at WVJC Online, Breanna was a stay-at-home mom to her two daughters. Her daughters inspired her to return to school. Breanna attended a different college when she was younger but did not enjoy the experience. “I chose WVJC based on their impressive statistics, as well as … Read more

Allison Wright-George – Graduate Highlight

Allison Wright-George – Medical Coding Graduate Before enrolling at WVJC Online in the Medical Coding program, Allison worked in several different fields. She sold modular homes, worked for the state police, and worked at the Mountaineer Challenge Academy. However, none of these jobs seemed to stick.  Allison had previously graduated from a four-year university with a … Read more

Regional Eye Associates – Externship Highlight

Creating a lasting relationship with our externship sites is essential to provide our students with a quality hands-on experience. At Regional Eye Associates, our Clinical Medical Assistant (CMA) students, Medical Office Administration (MOA) students, and Medical Coding (MC) students receive just that and more. According to their website, Regional Eye Associates is dedicated to “enhancing … Read more

Abigael Falls – Graduate Highlight

Prior to enrolling at WVJC Online, Abigael was trying to figure out the right career path for herself. She was enrolled at another institution but decided she wasn’t ready to pursue a four-year degree yet. She was in the US Navy and then became a stay-at-home mom until she decided to enroll at WVJC Online. … Read more

Medical Coding Study Sessions

Watch to learn more about the additional study sessions our WVJC Online Medical Coding students attend to help them prepare for their upcoming American Association of Professional Coders Certified Professional Coder-Apprentice certification* exam! These sessions are an excellent way for students to collaborate with one another and test their knowledge. If you are interested in … Read more

Audrey Sherwood – Graduate Highlight

Before attending WVJC Online, Audrey worked for the Garrett County Board of Education for sixteen years in several different age groups.  For seven of those years, she served as a Kindergarten Instructional Assistant in various elementary schools. For Audrey Sherwood, the typical college environment just wasn’t for her. After attending community college for a time … Read more

Christy Richards – Student Highlight

Medical Coding student Christy Richards has been attending WVJC since January 2021. Before attending WVJC, she attended Piedmont Virginia Community College in Charlottesville, Virginia. She says she feels much more at home at WVJC due to the welcoming environment and the support she has from all of the faculty! She loves getting the help she … Read more

Cortney Warner – Student Highlight

West Virginia Junior College Medical Coding student Cortney Warner began her classes in February of 2021. In the fourth module of her program, Cortney has come a long way toward achieving her dreams! Cortney has worked in the medical field since 2010, previously a Pharmacy Technician and a Scrub Technician. When asked what inspired her … Read more