The role of a Medical Receptionist can be varied depending on which field you decide to work in. Medical Reception roles can be gained in the following areas:
Employment in a General Practice is very common and can involve roles such as Medical Receptionist, Medical Typist, Medical Secretary or Practice Manager.
On top of general administration duties, a Pathology Lab Assistant will accept specimens for testing, label specimens appropriately and advise patients of pre-test requirements.
Administration roles in a radiology clinic involve general administration tasks such as booking appointments and specialised tasks such as providing test information to patients such as fasting information.
Our students also enjoy working in Dental Practices in roles including Dental Receptionist or Practice Management.
Employment in Specialist rooms is also very common and can involve roles such as Medical Receptionist, Medical Typist, Medical Secretary or Hospital Liaison.
Employment in a hospital environment can range from Ward Clerk, Medical Records, Medical Secretary or Administration Assistant.
There are many positions which would be suitable for you to apply for once training is complete. Your trainers who would have worked in these fields will be able to give you some insight into the roles and help guide you on the right path.