What's it like to be a Medical Receptionist?
Medical Receptionists are responsible for general administration duties in a medical centre. They are required to greet patients as they arrive, book appointments, monitor stock levels, manage payments, and organise specialist consultations.
Medical Receptionists are also required to interpret and apply medical terminology correctly.
Useful traits or skills for a Medical Receptionist include good organisational skills, good communication skills, high levels of accuracy and a friendly personality.
What can I earn as a Medical Receptionist?
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How to become a Medical Receptionist
- Consider completing a Certificate III in Business Administration (Medical) (BSB31115) or Certificate III in Health Administration (HLT37315).
- A Certificate IV in Health Administration (HLT47315) provides additional training in human resources and recruitment, leadership, and monitoring the compliance of ethical and legal responsibilities.