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ER Registration Clerk (PT/11p-7a)

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 Job Title: ER Registration Clerk (PT/11p-7a)
 Company Name: Marion General Hospital
 Employment Type: Part Time (benefited)
 Location: MARION, IN, United States
 Department: Emergency Room
 Salary: Highly Competitive
 Shift Hours/ Days: 11p-7a
 Shift Details: 4 nights/week including every other weekend
 Hours/Pay Period: 60
 Degree Required: High School/GED
 Job ID: 14.6130.00222
 Date Posted: Jul 9, 2014
 Years Experience: unspecified
 Facility / Location: Marion General Hospital
 Job Category: Administrative/Clerical
 Note:  Please read the complete description below before applying for this job.
  Complete Description

Primary Job Function

Under the supervision of a registered nurse, performs the secretary, transporter and registration duties in the Emergency Department. This includes but is not limited to efficient, courteous and orderly reception of patients, data entry of accurate patient demographic information, timely processing of patient records, transporting patients within the hospital, maintaining a clean, safe environment and providing support services for patients, families and staff members.


Minimum Qualifications/Requirements:

A high school graduate or equivalency, and hospital or office experience or completion of a training program, required.

Basic computer skills.

Ability to comprehend medical terminology.

Ability to work accurately under pressure.

Strong organizational skills in order to manage multiple tasks simultaneously combined with ability to effectively prioritize.

Ability to be discrete and protect integrity of confidential information.

Highly developed interpersonal skills in order to relate to patients of all ages, staff members, physicians, and visitors, negotiate effective working relationships, and develop positive resolutions to conflict. A strong customer service orientation.

Must maintain current CPR certification. 


Working Conditions:

Typical office environment. Tasks may involve occasional exposure to blood and body fluids or tissue. Should not pose "Direct Threat" to safety and health of self or others. May be exposed to electrical, radiation, and other hazardous materials.

Must be able to tolerate strong odors and frequent alarms.

Must be able to work holidays, weekends, days, evening, and night hours, based upon department needs. May include working long hours (including mandatory overtime) at a high level of stress.


Physical and Mental Activities, Tools and Equipment:

Occasional manipulation of large volumes of books, reports, or files.

Prolonged sitting and standing, extreme attention to detail. Lifting up to 50 lbs. and pushing/pulling up to 300 lbs.

Use of Personal Computer, standard office equipment (e.g. telephone, fax, copier, calculator), as well as standard patient care equipment (e.g. wheelchairs, carts, oxygen tanks and IV poles).

 Additional Information

Weekend and/or Holiday Rotation may be required.

2009Marion General Hospital 441 N. Wabash Ave. Marion, Indiana 765.662.4000