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Patient Coordinator Full-Time in Athens, TN at TeamHealth

Date Posted: 7/1/2020

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Job Description

Full-Time Patient Coordinator

Evenings + Weekends

Work from Home

Athens, TN


Are you looking for personal career growth with a distinguished Healthcare Organization? A position that has great pay including shift differentials, outstanding benefits, generous PTO, and the potential to work from home? AccessNurse, a TeamHealth company, is looking for exceptional individuals to join our team in this Medical Support role. The full-time position does require some weekend commitment, but there is a bonus added to pay with weekend work!

The Patient Coordinator title enables you to be the first point of contact with patients seeking medical assistance and support from their Doctor. The non-clinical PC builds that immediate trust, provides compassion, and empathy with customized scripting to document what is needed before a Nurse speaks with the patient. We have an enjoyable work environment with the resources you need for success. Come start your new career with us!


Job Requirements

Job Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED. Some college is preferred.
  • 6 months minimum experience positively interacting with customers (i.e. call center, retail, customer service environment, hospitality industry, healthcare, military experience)
  • Professional, courteous telephone voice
  • Dependable, reliable and trustworthy
  • Excellent organizational and computer skills
  • Ability to handle confidential information
  • Detail Oriented – Accurately process and record information ensuring data integrity
  • Ability to follow scripted information while interacting with patients and a willingness to escalate situations as appropriate
  • Flexibility with scheduling

Physical and Environmental Demands

  • Job performed in a well-lit, modern office setting
  • Occasional lifting (20 pounds or less)
  • Visual and Auditory acuity
  • Manual and finger dexterity
  • Occasional stress
  • Occasional pushing, pulling, carrying, lifting, bending, and reaching
  • Frequent work on a PC/Computer
  • Prolonged telephone work and prolonged sitting


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