Medical Phone Receptionist

Job Description:

The role of the Medical Phone Receptionist is to act as a liaison for patient phone calls, gather and input registration information into NextGen and Epic software, and work in a team environment.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Answer patient calls and direct appropriately
  • Schedule appointments via telephone
  • Facilitate flow of patients by coordinating with medical assistants
  • Call patients, including reschedules and return phone calls

Benefits:

  • $350 employee referral bonus offered
  • Generous vacation and holiday pay
  • Monthly staff lunches
  • Free parking
  • Monday through Friday
  • Medical, vision & dental
  • Disability & life insurance coverage
  • Flex spending
  • Extended illness banked hours
  • Retirement plan with matching

Additional Employee Perks:  

  • Cell phone plan discounts
  • Discounted movie tickets
  • Discounted concert tickets
  • Other discounts through Perks at Work

Please email resumes & cover letters to ProOrthoJobs@proliancesurgeons.com

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