Being recognize for the work that you do
Medical Receptionist/ Data Processor (Former Employee) – Detroit, MI – March 2, 2016
A typical day on the job would be arrived to work early, print out the schedules for the day for both myself and the Doctors, make sure patients information is readily available for Doctors such as labs that are not in systems, any patient messages that are of urgent to respond to, check in and out patients if receptionist is responding to other patients, input information in system, process referrals for patients, retrieve mail, cover different departments if I'm requested. The hardest part of the job would be that a good Doctor would spend a little extra time with his patient, or come in late, or have a meeting in between time that would run behind and the patients get upset because they are sitting in the lobby more than expected. The most enjoyable part of my job is that I try to make sure that I respond to a patients need or request before the allotted time frame and if I could not I would ask them to bare with me.
meeting drug reps, meeting new patients, free lunches, flexible schedules, great staff, learning new things.
short breaks, short/long term benefits are a year out, vacation request is within one year of employment