Marshall Chiropractic is looking for a front desk receptionist. As the receptionist, your job is to be the customer-facing point of interaction for patients, handling their needs upon arrival and departure. Typical tasks include answering the phone and emails, greeting patients and checking them in, booking future appointments, collecting payments, submitting insurance claims, and inventory ordering. Other tasks may include selling of topical applications, neurotech socks, or specialized pillows and cushions, as recommended by the doctor.
This is a full time job, with an average work week of 32 - 35 hours, occasionally fluctuating as appointment and demand necessitates. Successful candidates will have motivation, trustworthiness, honesty, punctuality, and an upbeat attitude. Prior front-desk experience is helpful, but not required. Candidates who display an understanding of the value of osteopathic medicine as a proactive and complementary approach to health will be given greater consideration.
All applicants will be emailed preliminary testing upon applying. Completion of these tests is a prerequisite for candidacy.
A winning smile - customer satisfaction and experience is the most important thing for our patients
Computer literate - booking appointments, issuing invoices, insurance billings, and more are all done digitally
Organization - the anchor of the office, your organizational skills are vital to smooth operations on a day-to-day basis
Trustworthiness - Trust is critical in the medical profession, and your trustworthiness with sensitive customer information is no small matter
A great starting wage, long lunches, and a relaxed work environment to name a few!
Full details will be provided to shortlisted candidates.
To Apply, please visit our partner posting at https://www.bickertmanagement.com/career.
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Posted Wednesday, 3:40 PM
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