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Medical receptionists are essential support staff who manage the reception desk and help doctors with the business side of a medical practice. They work in hospitals, doctor's offices and clinics. They interact with doctors, other professional staff and insurance companies.
A medical receptionist usually is responsible for:
Appropriate dress code for a medical receptionist will vary between companies. Large tech firms are more open to casual dress though some employers disallow very casual clothing such as shorts or flip flops. Casual outfits comprised of jeans and a t-shirt are usually acceptable at such companies. Typically, each employer will have their own official dress code policy. Generally accepted attire includes tailored slacks and dress shirts for men and dress pants or skirts and blouses or conservative dressy tops for women.
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