Admitting Clerk

Company Name:
Koch Davis
All the candidates for the Admitting Clerk position should be ready to interview medical centre residents, their families and relatives or cope with the other tasks in order to identify and receive financial information. Besides that, the Admitting Clerk will be required to perform financial arrangements for the whole scope of the required accounts.
Basic requirements regarding the Admitting Clerk role:
A. Educational level: General education certificate is a must.
B. Professional experience: One year (as minimum) of previous experience in a hospital or any other related medical area. The incumbent is required to possess efficient knowledge of all office procedures, including awareness of medical terminology, excellent telephone communications skills, ability to meet the insurance requirements. The expert will need to be able to respond to all emergency registrations, demonstrating brilliant communication skills.
C. Language Skills: Ability to generate everyday reports, to speak effectively and to read and interpret documents such as maintenance and operating instructions, safety rules and procedure manuals.
D. Reasoning Abilities: Ability to quickly identify problems, establish facts, collect data and draw the most appropriate conclusions.
E. Math Skills: Ability to use various concepts (percentages, fractions, proportions and ratios) in the practical situations.
Educational level: General education certificate is a must
Our Healthcare Medical centre has built an amazing record of continuous performance and achievement since the year, when it was founded (1979). Nowadays we are a huge corporation with up to $7.5 billion on annual revenue that let us gain net income of more than $452 million. Our Healthcare Service operates 225 facilities, including 195 behavioral health facilities, 25 acute care hospitals and 3 modern surgery centers located in the District of Columbia, 37 states, Puerto Rico and employs more than 68 000 experts.

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