Reserve/Per Diem Patient Access Rep Registration for Admitting
St. Luke's Hospital & Health Network - Anderson, PA

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St. Luke's Anderson Hospital promises to make things EASY for patients and visitors. We seek flexible, positive employees with a passion for customer service. For more information on St. Luke's Anderson, visit
The Patient Access Representative is responsible for completing the registration process for patients seen at St. Luke's. The PAS representative is to project the image of the facility as a customer-oriented organization. He/she will assist all customers by providing accurate information/directions and handle requests in accordance with hospital policy. This includes the collection and accurate data entry of all patient information into the computer system efficiently entering the patient into the Patient Management System or the Patient Tracking Board, accessing the Patient Management System or the Tracking Board, point of service cash collection and placement of any corresponding orders and/or charges. Communicates effectively in interactions with all customers (internal and external).

Job Qualifications:

Minimum 2 years registration experience preferably in a hospital setting. Must Demonstrate/model the Network's Service Excellence Standards of Performance in interactions with all customers (internal and external). Demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills. Demonstrate financial responsibility and accountability through the effective and efficient use of resources in daily procedures, processes, and practices. Well organized, conscience, must be able to consistently convey a courteous and professional manner. Insurance background preferred. Knowledge of medical terminology. Must be a team player. High school diploma or GED required.

Physical and Sensory Requirements:
Sitting up to 8 hours per day, 4 hours at a time. Frequent use of hands/fingers for data entry. Occasional walking and ability to push up to 250 pounds in a wheelchair. Ability to occasionally carry or lift up to 10 pounds. Hearing as it relates to normal conversation. Seeing as it relates to general vision.

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