Robin Bernal - Administrative Assistant Resume Simple
To obtain a position in a professional environment where I can utilize my skills and experience to provide the highest level of patient care. I am a team player, and a team player.
  • insurance, inventory, office, bookkeeping, office equipment, patient, ordering, correspondence, clerical, word, fax, computer, administrative, medical records, financial statements, collections, word processing, medical, greet
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Administrative Assistant

    Bob Jones High School

    • Complete administrative tasks, such as Word processing, data entry, or telephone, answering phones, or filing.
    • Operate office equipment, such as fax machines, phones, or telephone systems to maintain patient records, or billing information.
    • Managed front desk operations including: Answering phones, scheduling appointments, maintaining medical records, billing, and collections.
    • Perform clerical duties, such as Word processing, data entry, answering phones, or ordering supplies. Maintain inventory of supplies, equipment and equipment.
    • Perform bookkeeping duties, such as credits or collections, preparing and sending financial statements, bills, or correspondence, using Word, Excel, or other software.
    • Answer telephones, take messages, or transfer calls to appropriate individuals. Documents information into computer. Operate fax machines, such as: copy, fax, or phone.


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