Codes Unlimited

Enrollment procedures & Admission policy

Below are required qualifications and/or experience before enrollment is allowed:

  1. Student is required to interview with director before enrollment/admission is allowed.
  2. Student must complete both application forms before enrollment will be allowed. Student must be prepared to provide an Offical driver's license or State ID. Student must include their Legal name on each of these enrollment forms.
  3. Student must retrieve and submit official transcript during or prior to enrollment.

Education Required

  • Official High school transcript, General Equivalency Diploma (GED) or Associate Degree transcript
  • Must be submitted to CUHA prior to enrollment:
    CUHA Admissions
    P.O. Box 753056
    Memphis, TN 38175
  • Successfully completed a Medical Terminology class within past five years,
  • Successfully completed an Anatomy & Physiology course within the past five years,
  • Successfully completed a Medical Coding (CPT and/or ICD-9-CM/ICD-10-CM) or Billing class,
  • At minimum six months experience in one or all of described items
  • Allied healthcare course work (e.g. Nursing, Dental, and Physical Therapy).
  • Certificate and/or transcript must be submitted prior to enrollment.
  • Resume Required
  • Student must present a valid identification during enrollment; e.g. Driver's license or State ID. The enrollment forms' personal identification must match stated information.

Experience: Resume Required

  • Resume must be submitted prior to enrollment
  • At minimum six months experience in one or all of described items
  • Medical coding (CPT and/or ICD-9-CM/ICD-10-CM, or HCPCS Level 2 (DME))
  • Billing and filing medical claims
  • Allied healthcare experience (e.g. Nursing, Dental, and Physical Therapy).

If student has no medical experience, the student is required to enroll in a Medical Terminology, Anatomy and a beginning Coding/Billing class before enrollment is allowed. Certification of completion must be submitted with enrollment application.

Student who has five or more years of Medical coding/billing experience but have not completed the pre-requisite classes stated above are required to complete these classes and/or complete a "Waiver form" to accept the Professional Medical Coding Curriculum as described in current student workbooks.

All students must have Reading Comprehension, Problem Solving, and Analytic skills to be successful in the PMCC.

Students are allowed re-admission provided that the student is in good standing with CUHA. Refer to general information in the catalog.

AAPC's Certified Professional Coder (CPC) or Apprentice (CPC-A) that are seeking Continue Education Units (CEU's) are allowed to enroll in any class provided they give a week advance notice to the CUHA. Coder must complete enrollment form only before enrollment will be allowed. Certification of completion will be provided to coder. Fees vary according to CEU's required. Refer to individual classes stated fees.