Medical Receptionist Multicare Health System Tacoma
Short Description :Phones and directing calls, assisting patients/families One year clerical and/or receptionist experience Scheduling, registration, charge entry, payment posting, batch balancing, cash reconciliation/balancing, operating several types of basic office equipment, etc This is an ,…
Full Description :
Location: Tacoma, WA
Category: Clerical / Admin Support
Department: Rheumatology MMA TGH
Specialty: Outpatient Services
Employment Type: Full-Time Regular
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The Medical Receptionist is the first in-person point of contact for a patient on behalf of the medical practice. They are responsible for all aspects of front office duties assigned by a clinic. Duties include variations of, receptionist duties—greeting patients, answering phones and directing calls, assisting patients/families; scheduling, registration, charge entry, payment posting, batch balancing, cash reconciliation/balancing, operating several types of basic office equipment, etc. This is an intermediate level position requiring excellent customer service skills. It is highly visible, requiring discretion, good judgment, a pleasant and professional manner and articulate phone voice. Internal and external contacts include patients, families, co-workers, physicians and the general public
One year clerical and/or receptionist experience; or 6 months in a medical setting
Customer service experience
Post High School office procedures preferred
Degree or relevant Certificate (e.g., Medical Office Assistant, Medical Assistant, Health Unit Coordinator) may be substituted for experience.
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