Start Your New Career as a Medical Receptionist
Becoming a medical administrative secretary/medical receptionist can be a really rewarding and exciting experience. Medical receptionists are currently in high demand. The aging population is growing which allows growth in this position in the medical field.
The areas that a medical receptionist can work in is very vast. You can work in a doctor’s office, hospital as a unit clerk, regular clinics or walk-in clinics, and medical imaging centers.
Some of the duties for a medical receptionist are:
- Answering phones
- Filing charts
- Escorting patients into rooms
- Keeping the reception area clean
- Billing and taking payments from patients.
Being a medical receptionist can be just what you are looking for. You will learn skills that help you stay polite and use a positive attitude that is soothing and relaxing to be around. It will give you an awesome opportunity to work in a field where you are helping in the patient care industry, and where you can constantly learn new things.
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