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Medical Assistant / Receptionist
Fountain of HopeChesapeake, VA
Arrange hospital admissions and laboratory services
Full-time
Last updated 6 days ago
Medical Assistant / Receptionist
Fountain of HopeChesapeake, VA
Arrange hospital admissions and laboratory services
Last updated 9 days ago
Medical Administration Assistant
Fountain of HopeChesapeake, VA
We are looking for a Medical Administrative Assistant to manage and organize our medical and theraputic office.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Licensed Therapist (LPC, LMFT, LCSW)
Fountain of HopeChesapeake, VA
Fountain of Hope Counseling Center is seeking a therapist (LPC, LMFT, LSCW or Psychologist) that is able to convey warmth, genuineness, and respectful interest to clients to join our growing private practice.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Licensed Therapist (LPC, LMFT, LCSW)
Fountain of HopeNew York, NY
Fountain of Hope Counseling Center is seeking a therapist (LPC, LMFT, LSCW or Psychologist) that is able to convey warmth, genuineness, and respectful interest to clients to join our growing private practice.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Medical Assistant/ Receptionist
Fountain of HopeElverson, PA
Associated topics: dental assistant, medical assistant, medical assisting, healthcare support, morgue, non surgical, office, orthopedic, receptionist, service representative
Last updated 30+ days ago
Medical Receptionists
Access Staffing LLCCollege Point, NY
Duties include: Check in and schedule patients; data entry; Manage heavy call volume; insurance verification/copays
Last updated 3 days ago
Administrative Assistant Remote Work from Home
FlexjobsNorristown, PA
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Remote
Last updated 14 hours ago
Licensed Massage Therapists And Estheticians
Tribeca Beauty SpaNew York, NY
Job Types: Part-time, Contract Pay: $15.00 - $20.00 per hour Benefits: Employee discount Schedule: 10 hour shift 8 hour shift On call Weekend availability Supplemental Pay: Tips COVID-19 considerations: TBS follows NYS COVID safety guidelines.
Full-time
Last updated 8 days ago
Assistant Vegetable Preparation Supervisor
Do & CoHollis, NY
New York | Chicago | Los Angeles | Detroit | London | Paris | Milan | Barcelona | Frankfurt | Düsseldorf | Berlin | Munich | Istanbul | Kiev | Warsaw | Seoul | Vienna JOB DESCRIPTION Supervise vegetable preparation team and ensure the tasks of cleaning, peeling, cutting, and shredding fruits and vegetables, measuring and mixing ingredients are completed efficiently and on timely manner.
Last updated 9 hours ago
Office Assistant
Select Physical TherapyEphrata, PA
We operate with over 1800 locations in 39 states, and the Distric of Columbia, primarily operating as Select Physical Therapy, NovaCare Rehabilitation, Physio, Kessler Rehabilitation Center,KORT, Saco Bay PhysicalTherapy, and Keystone Physical Therapy.
Last updated 4 days ago
Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) Bilingual English And Spanish
Park Avenue Extended CareLong Beach, NY
Our clinical team specializes in cardiac and orthopedic rehab.
Full-time
Last updated 19 hours ago
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