We are looking to hire a personable front office dental receptionist to ensure that dental patients’ appointments are appropriately scheduled, rescheduled, or canceled, depending on the needs of the patients. The front office dental receptionist’s responsibilities include entering patient information onto our data system, answering patients’ questions, and arranging referrals to other dental specialists. You should also be able to prepare billing statements. To be successful as a front office dental receptionist, you should be able to organize and maintain patient waiting areas and front-desk areas. Ultimately, a top-performing front office dental receptionist will perform all duties in a manner that ensures the efficient running of the dental practice.
Front Office Duties & Responsibilities
Greeting and welcoming patients to the practice. Scheduling, rescheduling, or canceling appointments as needed. Assisting patients in filling out information forms. Preparing patients’ charts and daily schedules for the dental staff. Updating patient records and documenting recent treatments and procedures. Communicating with medical insurance providers Verifying methods of payment and collecting payments as needed. Performing general office duties, such as answering telephones, photocopying, filing, and faxing.
Front Office Requirements
At least six months of office experience, dental office experience is a plus. Certification in office administration, medical administration, or related fields is advantageous. Knowledge of dental insurance Proven experience working in a dental office. Sound knowledge of dental terminology. Proficient in dental practice management software (Dentrix). Good telephone etiquette. Exceptional organizational skills. Excellent customer service skills.
This position is a Monday- Thursday or Tuesday-Friday position
Tue- 7am to 5pm
Wed- 7am to 4pm
Thurs- 7am to 5pm
Friday 7am to 3pm
Seeking a responsible, goal-oriented candidate with experience in a Dental office setting. The ideal candidate will be a leader, proficient in treatment plan presentation who is self-motivated, stays on task and can effectively communicate with patients. Your primary job will be taking care of the patient's health needs and finding financial ways for them to achieve their treatment goals. If you think you would fit well into this position and are looking for a rewarding career in a busy and growing dental group we’d love to hear from you. Compensation is based upon experience.