Physiatry Receptionist


patients and document medical history, Organize and schedule appointments, Update
and file medical records and insurance reports, Check in and Check out patients
Prep paperwork and registration for upcoming appointments, Answering the
telephone, Assisting with referrals, Arrange hospital admissions and laboratory
services, Produce and distribute correspondence spreadsheets, memos, letters,
faxes and forms, Handle receivable and payable accounts and keep financial
records, Taking vital signs, Retrieving patient history, Prepare and clean
treatment rooms, Assist during medical examinations, Perform proficiency
testing, Supply Management, Teamwork.


Knowledge of
medical office systems and patient management software, Excellent time
management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize work, Social
perceptiveness and service oriented, Excellent written and verbal communication

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