A clinical administrative coordinator performs a large range of clerical and administrative duties at a medical center or health care facility. In this career, you support other office workers and administrators, oversee physician assistants and aides, and assist with the daily operations of your department. You also coordinate schedules and ensure patient discharges are complete. Qualifications needed for a career as a clinical administrative coordinator include a high school degree or GED certificate and several years of experience in the field. Strong organizational skills and being detail-oriented are also essential.