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Physical Therapy Front Office Position
A. Fox Physical Therapy, P. CGolden, CO
Ability to multi-task,microsoft office experience (excel),general office management and marketing. Please, do not call our office regarding this position. PHYSICAL THERAPY Admin Asst/Reception (Golden,CO.
Front Office Administrator / Physical Therapy
A. Fox Physical Therapy, P. CThornton, CO
Waiting for that special someone with experience in out-patient Physical Therapy to function as an administrative assistant who has experience with insurance authorizations, EMR, ability to multi-task,microsoft office experience (excel),general office management and marketing. Flexible Packaging Jobs
The job criteria may include other duties, responsibilities, and activities, which may change or be assigned at any time with or without notice.
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Front Office Admin / Physical Therapy
A. Fox Physical Therapy, P. CThornton, CO
PHYSICAL THERAPY Admin Asst/Reception (Thornton,Broomfield,CO) You must have a great personality, take pride in your job and possess a great sense of humor! Outstanding staff dedicated to evidence based medicine, customer service and quality of care.
IMMEDIATE OPENING Physical Therapy Front Office Position
A. Fox Physical Therapy, P. CBroomfield, CO
Ability to multi-task, has microsoft office experience (excel),general office management and marketing. This professional will function as an administrative assistant performing insurance authorizations/verifications for commercial as well as federal payors, work comp and auto.
IMMEDIATE OPENING Physical Therapy Front Office Position
A. Fox Physical Therapy, P. CGolden, CO
PHYSICAL THERAPY Admin Asst/Reception. AFPT is searching for a mature professional whom exudes in customer service and is knowledgeable and experienced with private practice Physical Therapy. This position requires flexibility, compassion and professionalism at all times, including appearance.
Medical Office Manager / Administrative Assistant
A. Fox Physical Therapy, P. CThornton, CO
Proven experience and knowledge as an Office Manager or Front Office Manager in the medical field. Medical Office Manager/Administrative Assistant. Our busy, client-based privately-owned Physical Therapy practice needs a reliable, personable and professional Office Manager whom is well-organized, pays attention to detail and able to handle day-to-day operations with a focus on communication, efficiency and time management.
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Front Office Physical Therapy - Must Have Experience
A. Fox Physical Therapy, P. CBroomfield, CO
Front Office Physical Therapy - Must Have Experience. PHYSICAL THERAPY Admin Asst/Reception Do not apply if you do not have any of the above needed requirements or medical, preferably Physical Therapy knowledge.
Physical Therapy Front Office Position Great Opportunity
A. Fox Physical Therapy, P. CBroomfield, CO
Familiar with use of EMR( RevFlow/WebPT ideal!) A. Fox Physical Therapy and is a Denver-based physical therapy clinic focusing on pain and dysfunction secondary to musculo. You must have excellent customer service capabilities not limited to personal, telephone, and email interactions.

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