Companies that hire medical receptionists are those companies that provide health care services. Many medical receptionists work in hospitals, community clinics, outpatient facilities, doctors’ offices and long-term care facilities, as well as in home health care.Continue Reading
Medical receptionists handle a number of tasks, including responding to patient questions, answering phone calls, scheduling appointments, following up on appointments and updating patient records. They coordinate the daily activities of patients, doctors and nurses.
Medical receptionists interact with health care staff, patients, vendors and pharmaceutical representatives. Therefore, one of the key skills a medical receptionist should have is the ability to interact effectively with different people in a warm and calm manner.Learn more about Applying & Interviewing