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bilingual receptionist

  • Responding to emails and document requests on behalf of executives. 
  • Mantain an update filling system.
  • Keep agenda – appointment schedule. 
  • Greet clients and visitors who enter the biulding and diredt them to the appropriate staff member. 
  • Assist in bi-lingual translation (orally and written) of forms, flyers, letter and agency document as needed. 
  • Provide administrative support needs for the building as assigned. 

bilingual receptionist

  • Close office at the end of shift.
  • Do faxing. 
  • Enter new people into system. 
  • Collect co pays. 
  • Schedule appointments. 
  • Check people in and out. 
  • Put messages back to doctor. 

bilingual receptionist

  • Check patient’s in and out.
  • Make sure patient’s insurance is updated and scanned in.
  • Verify patient’s information is correct. 
  • Collect co pays if necessary.
  • Clean office when closing time. 
  • Open or close office if opening or closing. 
  • Check scanning and x-rays. 

bilingual receptionist/clerk

  • Maintained records of attendance, lunch count and parent contacts in a computer program (Child Plus)
  • Transmit and receive messages from the guests.
  • Supervise the work of other employees.
  • Arrange tours,massages, taxis, or restaurant reservations for customers.

bilingual receptionist

  • Schedule space or equipment for special programs and prepare lists of participants.Greet persons entering establishment, determine nature and purpose of visit, and direct or escort them to specific destinations.
  • Translate when needed. 
  • Send referrals when needed. 
  • Make copies if they are needed.