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Medical Receptionist (EE) - contract role

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Description: 

Our client operating in the medical sector, is looking to employ a Medical Receptionist. This role is strictly EE.

This will be a 3 month contract position with the possibility of going permanent.Â

Preference will be given to candidates staying in PE and available immediately

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure a friendly experience for every patient from when the phone is answered on scheduling appointments to after the patient has left the rooms.
  • The booking of appointments and the receiving of patients into the rooms are done in a friendly but efficient manner.
  • The Administrator works as the Doctors’ right hand in ensuring that every patients’ experience is positive and all the behind the scenes doctor and patient administration is done in a courteous and efficient way, sticking to practice guidelines.

Attributes required:

  • Friendly, polite, welcoming, and efficient to all patients.
  • Reliable, efficient, responsible, and organised, with good interpersonal and organisational skills.
  • This person must be an all-rounder who is patient focused and always willing to go the extra mile for the patients and the Doctor and to help wherever needed in the practice.
  • Capable and trustworthy.

Skills:

  • Excellent computer skills.
  • MedEDI (diary) and Practice Perfect experience would be preferable but not essential (can be trained), proficient in Word, with some typing skills.

Work hours:

Monday - Friday: 08:00 to 17:00Â

Please consider your application unsuccessful should you not receive a response within 2 weeks of applying.

Job Reference: 

782464

Location: 

Port Elizabeth

Salary: 

Negotiable

Employer: 

Headhunters

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