If you think that working as a Receptionist will be very dull then think again. Ref ID: 05010-0008889490 Classification: Receptionist/Switchboard Compensation: $35,000.00 to $40,000.00 per year Our client, a leading global manufacturer in Brampton, is looking for the immediate assistance of a Receptionist for a full-time opportunity.
A Corporate Receptionist with fluency in German is currently sought for an international company based in London. Enhance your reach by publishing your jobs in leading print publications who we have partnered with. This world-famous organisation in central Gloucester is seeking to appoint a part-time RECEPTIONIST to act as the first point of contact for visitors to their site. As a receptionist you will be expected to welcome visitors, in person or on the telephone and answering or referring inquiries.
A medical receptionist usually works in teams of two, three or more and are in charge of answering phones, filing charts, escorting patients into rooms, keeping the reception area clean, taking payment from patients, billing insurance etc.. All in all the best medical assistant is one who is polite and courteous to all patients and staff and who performs daily tasks with a positive attitude that is soothing and relaxing to be around.
It is all the more important to have a good receptionist at your front office with a pleasant demeanor rather than a scatterbrain or cranky receptionist that greets your patients with a bored look. However, in order for your medical practice to operate smoothly on a daily basis, these situations where your medical receptionist is overloaded with more tasks than can physically be performed at one time must be kept to a minimum.
Medical assistant training or certification can be achieved via attending a local school or college program, however many schools and colleges are now offering online programs and correspondence courses that train ordinary people on how to become a certified medical receptionist in as little as six weeks.