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Healthcare Administrator (Podiatry)
- Shelton, Nottinghamshire
- 21 Sep 2022
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22.5 hours per week x 2 posts
To be considered for an interview, please make sure your application is full in line with the job specs as found below.
Applicants are invited for the above post to join our small Administration Team supporting The Podiatry and Foot Health Service, you will be responsible for providing a high standard of administrative support to ensure effective referral pathway and appointment procedures for our patients and provide assistance for the Podiatry clinical teams.
The post holder will be responsible for receiving a high volume of telephone calls to arrange and reschedule patient appointments, processing new referrals and producing the relevant paperwork for clinical staff, providing support to the clinical team answering general IT and RIO-related queries as necessary, to distribute and place stock orders for clinic locations across Shropshire.
You must possess excellent administrative and time management skills, be highly computer literate and be able to deal with complex information, complaints and at times, contentious telephone calls from patients.
For further information please contact:
Stephanie Buckley, admin team lead on 01743 277681
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