• Scribe

    Location US-NY-New York
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(3 weeks ago)
    Job ID
    Administrative/Clerical Support - All Openings
    Emp Status
    Hours per Week
  • Overview

    Casual Scribe 

    Dr. Han Jo Kim

    Shift -   Every Monday and the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Thursday of the month; 9am - 5:00 pm

    (May need some flexibility in schedule dependant upon MD schedule)


    Hospital for Special Surgery, #1 in Orthopedics for the last 8 years, is currently looking for an experienced and energetic Casual Scribe (Clerk) for one of our physician offices. Dr. Kim’s practice centers on the evaluation and treatment of conditions of the cervical spine, and scoliosis surgery. In this role you will provide comprehensive administrative support and direction to an HSS physician practice, overseeing day-to-day operations and contributing to an environment of clinical excellence.


    Working under the supervision of an MD, you will provide care to patients in the physician office setting. Your scope of duties will include assisting the physician in a Scribe capacity, entering patient information, including dictated activities into the EHR (electronic health record) or chart at the direction of a physician, and must be present with patient and physician at time of service. You will also be researching information and locating medical information for review by the provider (previous notes, reports, results, etc.


    The scribe does not, and may not act independently and will not be able to enter orders.   


    Your ability to promote the highest standards of patient safety and respond to patients and families with consideration and compassion is critical to the mission of HSS.


    The desired individual will have a High School diploma or equivalent and at least one year of experience in the medical field. Previous experience with EPIC preferred. Must be able to type at least 55 wpm. Excellent written/verbal communication skills and customer service strengths will also be vital to this role.





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