Filing Clerk

at Life Robinson Private Hospital
Published June 30, 2024
Expires July 31, 2024
Location Johannesburg, South Africa
Category Administration  
Job Type Full-Time  

Description

A vacancy exists for a Filing Clerk, based at Life Robinson Private Hospital, reporting to, Patient Services Manager. The successful candidate will be responsible for filing of patients files and securing patients documentation storage for the hospital.

Critical Outputs
Manage an efficient patient filling system, to ensure records are kept in a secure and safe environment.
Accurate sign off register must be kept to manage the movement of all patient files.
Ensure that the visit schedules are accurate and complete and drawn up to facilitate the SCANCO pick-up.
Ensure that pick-up schedules are adhered to and that all the boxes are ready for collection on scheduled times.
Ensure that deviation reports are investigated and processes improved to ensure streamlined processes and no re-work of files are necessary.
Managing the requests from customers for clinical records.
Attend to customer queries within 8 working hours and supply the necessary feedback.
Delivering uncompromising quality to all our customers i.e. Internal & External
Assist other members of the team with reaching deadlines and goals as set by management.
Ad-hoc duties as requested.

Requirements

Matric
Administrative Experience
Computer Literacy
Ability to work proactively and independently, as well as part of the team, is paramount to this position as it is the ability to interact at all levels internally and externally in a mature and consistent manner.
Previous experience in hospital archiving and filing will be an added advantage
Must be a fast learner and have attention to detail

Competencies

Problem-solving, analysis and judgement
Resilience
Engaging diversity
Verbal & written communication and presentation
Influencing
Drive & energy
Excellence orientation
Ethical behaviour
Building relationships
Customer responsiveness

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