"Why Choose Penn Medicine?
As a professional, you are seeking to join one of the nation's leading academic medical centers, servicing patients from all over the world. Penn Medicine has been awarded several national healthcare quality awards and we seek employees who are engaged and excited by our mission of continued service excellence and on-going professional development.
We believe that your life will be enriched should you become a Penn Medicine employee and we thank you for your interest in our organization."
The Surgery Scheduler works as a member of the Department of Surgery conveying a positive image of Penn Medicine through excellent communications, customer service skills scheduling to support patients/families, facility personnel and Penn Medicine processes to ensure an excellent experience. Responsible for coordination of OR. cases scheduled on a daily bases for the Department of Surgery. Acts as a liaison between patients and physicians when appropriate. Ensures timely charge entry of operative notes, schedules follow up appointments with patients and provides additional information to patients on an as needed basis to ensure continuity of care. Ensures compliance with established documentation requirements and assists with answering office telephones when needed.
The qualified candidate must have a High School Diploma or equivalent and several years experience as a medical secretary. Must have exceptional interpersonal skills and be able to deal with differing personalities on a daily basis as assistant to a medical professional and supervisor to administrative staff. Must have effective and professional communication skills, both verbal and written.
"At Penn Medicine, you will enjoy the camaraderie and support that you'll experience at our prestigious institution, as well as a comprehensive compensation and benefits program that includes one of the finest pre-paid tuition assistance programs in the region.
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University of Pennsylvania Health System - 4 years ago
A leader in medicine for more than 240 years, Penn opened its School of Medicine, the nation's first, in 1765. The Hospital of the...