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A Medical Receptionists is the go-to person and face of the office. Medical Receptionists perform a number of duties to include greeting and scheduling patients and visitors, bookkeeping, calling patients to remind them of appointments, handling billing, answering and routing calls, making transactions, and keeping paperwork organized. You can find Medical receptionists in large medical facilities, clinics and small private offices.
Multi-tasker is your middle name and customer service is your game! As a Medical Receptionist you'll interact with patients, medical professionals and supervisors. Candidates must have excellent communication skills and be personable.
A successful interview will start with a professional outfit and approachable smile. Brush up on your medical terminology just in case the interviewer throws you a curve ball. As a candidate you are organized and have amazing time management skills. Share a story with the interviewer about a time you went above and beyond to improve a process that ultimately saved staff members time and improved customer satisfaction.