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A medical receptionist greets and checks in patients, schedules appointments, manages medical records, answers questions and provides general clerical support. Some medical receptionists handle insurance, billing and inv... More »

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Receptionist job descriptions generally include greeting visitors, dealing with phone calls, and carrying out administrative tasks. As receptionists must deal with people regularly, a chatty and cheerful demeanor is impo... More »

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The primary job duties of a receptionist include greeting and welcoming visitors, distributing mail, and maintaining security by keeping records of visitors, or issuing visitor badges. However, the exact job duties of a ... More »

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