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Clinical Administrative Coordinator

Immediate Opening in Occupational Medicine
Come join CORE, the recognized leader in Occupational Medicine. Our nationwide occupational medicine platform provides the full spectrum of occupational medicine services to numerous Fortune 500 companies, NASA, and other industry leaders. Since our founding, CORE has focused on providing high quality occupational healthcare services that meet the mission, goals, and values of our clients. This partnership has allowed us to expand into a nationally recognized occupational healthcare provider.
We are looking for experienced Full-time Clinical Administrative Coordinator to join our team at our Waynesboro, GA site. In addition to a rewarding work environment, we offer our professionals the opportunity to establish close relationships with the people they treat, in the place where they spend significant time: at work.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions):
Assist the Clinic Manager with daily administrative duties and coordinating the administrative needs of the administrative and clinical staff
Assists with the management of a multi-line corporate phone system, routing calls, managing messages, and providing information
Effectively communicates and disseminates information through verbal, email, and written communications
Manages incoming and outgoing mail, utilizing a meter system, arranging package pickup, and reviewing and distributing time-sensitive items
Interact with customers and clients, delivering exceptional customer service
Manages multiple calendars, making travel, meeting and event arrangements
Prepares reports and financial data; training and assisting other support staff utilizing standard office software
Work with the clinical staff and assist technicians with standard services, as needed
Reviews work requests and responds in an appropriate manner
Learns administrative processes and practices in order to complete various assignments and projects
Support administrative and clinical staff for time out of the office, lunches, breaks, and meetings
Enters data, verifies reports, makes copies, and collects documentation
Ability to handle challenging and/or difficult situations and customers in a positive and professional manner
Sensitivity to confidential matters may be required.
The ability to use office technology, equipment, and learn new administrative functions within an organization
Assist with Patient Intake, medical coding, and EMR systems
Education:
High school diploma or equivalent. Some college or medical administration training is preferred.
Licensures/Certification:
None
Experience:
A minimum of three (3) years administrative office experience, preferably in a fast-paced clinical setting
Strong computer and Internet skills, flexibility, excellent interpersonal skills are needed to be successful in this role.

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