Medical Typist/Receptionist - Private Practice

Medical Typist/Receptionist - Private Practice

Job Title: Medical Typist/Receptionist - Private Practice
Contract Type: Casual
Location: Brisbane
Start Date: Immediately
Contact Name: Cathy Litton
Contact Email:
Job Published: November 20, 2019 14:19

Job Description

Our client a well respected and established specialist practice located around the southside suburbs of Brisbane is actively seeking to appoint an experienced and hands on Medical Typist/Receptionist to provide assistance on the day to day management of a busy specialist clinic.

This is a casual position working 1 day a week, Thursdays from 8:30am to 4:30pm with scope to increase the hours after 3 months with the view to a permanent part time position.   

Key duties and responsibilities will include (but not be limited to):

Typing all of medical correspondence including letters back to GPs, medical reports, chart reviews and final summaries
Providing relief support to the Senior Medical Secretary/Practice Manager with the day to day of patient clinics
Arriving patients to the practice and assisting with general enquiries
Providing relief support with patient billing for consultations
Scanning, filing of patient charts and general ad-hoc administration as required.

You will be proficient using Genie software.  As a motivated professional yourself, you will demonstrate the ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team environment.  You will have the confidence to function under pressure, maintain professional working relationships with staff and specialists whilst bringing a sense of humour and a positive attitude to this group. 


A competitive salary will be on offer to a suitably experienced candidate.  A secure car park will also be provided. 


A generous casual hourly rate will be offered to the right person.  This position is available for an immediate start.

For further information about this position, please contact Cathy Litton today on 1300 434 133 or 0422 888 040 (a/hours).   All applications should be directed in the first instance to