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Liberty Chiropractic And Physical TherapyJersey City, NJ
$18 an hour Full-time
Front desk reception in a lively, busy, organized office.Full time positionpaid vacation, sick days, holidaysanswer phones schedule patients assist Dr's and P.T.data entrymedical recordsverify insuranceteam playerbi lingual preferred...Spanish, Arabic

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