Full-Time: 80 hours, biweekly
Every other weekend and holiday required
Ephrata Community Hospital
Works under direct supervision. Represents the System in a professional manner, using good customer service practices in the performance of the following duties: Is primarily responsible for admitting inpatients and/or registering outpatients. Performs a variety of functions including, but not limited to, interviewing, preparing admitting and other related forms, assigning rooms for inpatients (as appropriate), and preparing information and charges for billing purposes. Also performs a variety of functions related to cashiering and insurance verification.
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