My attached resume goes into greater detail about my qualifications, and I look forward to discussing them with you in person.
You may contact me by phone or email, and I will be happy to set up an interview schedule that works for both of us.
Some may work in a doctor’s office, while others work in hospitals or clinics.
Regardless of the work environment, medical receptionists operate as part of a medical team.
My greatest skill is the ability to establish a friendly work relationship with both the patients and the staff at Dr. I also exhibit great flexibility when determining what tasks need to be prioritized.
My experience, open rapport with others, ability to multitask, and thorough knowledge of medical terminology make me an excellent candidate for the position of medical receptionist at your office.
As part of my duties at the clinic, I handle and sort 150 pieces of inbound mail daily, in order to make sure it reaches the right office.
I also handle between 50 to 60 incoming calls each day, in addition to greeting approximately 50 walk-in patients per day.
As my resume demonstrates, my current position requires providing patient support.
I am the first face that many of our patients see when they walk into our facility, and it is my job to make sure they are able to be signed into our computer system, and then directed to the right part of the clinic.