Patient-focused, detail-oriented and computer-savvy medical record receptionist. Personable and courteous in all interactions with patients and team members and skilled at anticipating physician and practice needs.
Clerical work including day-to-day office tasks, such as answering phones and entering data into spreadsheets. Tasks that would be performed by secretaries, office clerks, and administrative assistants. Clear communication, reading comprehension, time mangement, critical thinking, problem solving, and organization.
Word processing and typing
Sorting and filing
Photocopying and collating
I took years off of the medical field to raise my children and assist in raising my grandchildren. During this time I still stayed employed as a preschool teacher, nanny, and office assistant. These jobs entitled me to be with my children or spend adequate time with them.
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