Florida Hospital Medical Group (FHMG) neighborhood-based practices are located throughout Central Florida in convenient and easily accessible locations in Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties. From primary care to robotic surgery and ground-breaking cancer treatment, FHMG doctors and staff provide treatment and care for our patients at their practices and at Florida Hospital’s seven campuses in Altamonte Springs, Apopka, Celebration, East Orlando, Kissimmee, Orlando, Winter Park and in Tavares at Florida Hospital Waterman.
Float Pool Temporary Receptionist
The Float Pool Temporary Per Diem Receptionist, under the direction of the Office manager, is responsible for
greeting, instructing, directing and scheduling patients and visitors.
Works in all areas of the front office, performing patient registration, scheduling of appointments and s
erves as liaison between patient and medical support staff.
What is great about working in the Float Pool on a Per Diem Basis?
The benefits of working in a temporary position in the Float Pool are: the ability to explore over 110 Physician Practices, network and make an impression on colleagues, and gain invaluable experience. This temporary Receptionist position is ideal for candidates who would like to work around their own schedules and who do not want to make a long term commitment to any one assignment.
This temporary position will work on a per diem basis and will be notified for assignments as needed.
Temporary Float employees have the option to accept or not accept assignments when given, which allows employees the freedom to select where and when they want to work.
Temporary Float Pool employees are eligible to apply for any other internal part time or full time positions at any time.
This Temporary position will not have a guaranteed set of hours per pay period and is not eligible for benefits.
Flexibility and adaptability to change are requirements for a temporary employee.
Knowledge and Skills Required:
Strong Customer Service Skills
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, patients, and the public
Reliable source of communication ie: cell phone, email, i phone, or home phone
Ability to respond to available assignments
Computer knowledge and experience
Excellent communication skills
Proper phone etiquette
Type 40 words per minute
Strong organizational skills
Ability to adapt and be flexible
High school graduate or GED
Experience with Medical software
6 months of Medical Office experience preferred
Licensure, Certification, and Registration:
Other Non-Clinical Professional
Florida Hospital Medical Group
High School Diploma / GED
Yes, 75 % of the Time
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