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At Pali Momi
Medical Center, the mission is to improve and advocate for the health
and well-being of our neighbors on Oahu. Pali Momi is located
in the suburbs of Honolulu, is a 116-bed acute care, community-based
hospital that offers the residents of the West Oahu community quality
medical care delivered with a unique personal touch. They
provide the only cardiac catheterization program in West Oahu and the
states only Retina Center. The vision at Pali Momi is to lead
our community to a lifetime of wellness through sate-of-the-art
medical care and excellent service.
The Imaging Patient Representative acts as liaison between
patients and professional staff by performing day-to-day clerical
duties to support the department.
Hawaii Pacific Health is Hawaiis largest health care
system including a network of four hospitals, 44 outpatient clinics
& service sites, and over 1,300 dedicated physicians across the
state. We are 5,400+ caring employees strongly committed to
health care excellence. Our facilities include: Kapiolani
Medical Center for Women and Children, Pali Momi Medical Center,
Straub Clinic & Hospital and Wilcox Memorial Hospital.
: High School or equivalent. Medical terminology
course or equivalent experience. One year clerical experience in a
healthcare setting or related experience.
One to two years of college.
An Equal Opportunity
Hawaii Pacific Health is an equal opportunity employer and
does not unlawfully discriminate against any applicant on the basis
of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability,
sexual orientation, or any other class protected by federal or state
law. Concerns or complaints should be brought to the attention
of the Director, Workforce Development at 808-535-7571.
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