Unit Secretary L&D, Full Time Nights Temp

Tenet Healthcare Corporation San Luis Obispo , CA 93403

Posted 1 week ago

Required Training/Education/Experience/Certification:

Current BLS Certification

Must have working knowledge of basic medical terminology and be computer literate.

Must be able to decipher physician orders and complete requisitions. Must be able to follow instructions, work quickly and accurately in a fast paced environment.

Analytical and grammatical skills are necessary to communicate effectively, verbally and in writing.

Organizational and multi-tasking skills are essential.

Must be fluent in spoken and written English.

Must be able to fulfill the essential functions of the position.

Candidates must have excellent customer service skills; be friendly, organized, and knowledgeable about the health care procedure.

Computer skills-need to process insurance information and medical records, use the phone system, and learn hospital specific software.

Communication skills listening to customers and hospital staff, speaking in a clear and friendly way over the phone and face to face are essential

Organized need to stay organized for each patient that is admitted and create a paper trail that needs to be in order.

Must be a team player and provide a friendly face to the public.

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Unit Secretary L&D, Full Time Nights Temp

Tenet Healthcare Corporation