3 days ago
Medical Receptionist, Virginia Hospital Center Pediatrics
Virginia Hospital Center is a strong advocate for its nurses and provides a true collaborative environment in which the healthcare team works closely together, bringing skill, experience and mutual respect to the task of providing superior medical care for our patients.
At Virginia Hospital Center, our nursing staff exceeds expectations by performing at the top-level of the nursing profession. Nurses at Virginia Hospital Center are recognized for excellence in patient care by patients and by national and regional organizations. Virginia Hospital Center is among the 7% of hospital staffs nationwide that achieve the Magnet® designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center, signifying the highest level of recognition in nursing excellence.
Pediatric Center, a service of Virginia Hospital Center, is dedicated to its mission to provide a Medical Home offering comprehensive, affordable, quality healthcare in a culturally-sensitive environment to children, birth through 18 years of age, living in Arlington County with family incomes at or below 200% of Federal Poverty Level. Located in a convenient, accessible location in South Arlington, APC features a full-time staff including pediatricians, nurse practitioners, nurses, care coordinators, and behavioral health professionals.
General office work; reception and secretarial duties related to the operation of a medical office primarily serving children of low-income families; and interpreting services for clinical staff during triage, exams and advice calls. The Medical Receptionist / Interpreter is guided by APC personnel policies and procedures. The incumbent's actions are controlled to a great degree by the needs of the patients, families, co-workers, providers and nurse practitioners. Follows dress code. Must attend staff meetings and participate in Quality Improvement meetings as required by the Clinic Director. The Medical Receptionist / Interpreter is an enthusiastic representative of APC. Must possess a pleasant temperament and establish and maintain effective communication with patients, families and co-workers. Must be a positive, problem solving team contributor. Must be familiar with basic terminology frequently used in a medical office setting. Ability to accept and benefit from constructive supervisory suggestions.
Pay & Benefits: In addition to salary, the benefit package includes paid major holidays, vacation/sick time, health & dental insurance, and 401(k)