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Care Coordinator
RPT 11/08/2018
Category:  Receptionist
Type:  Full-Time
Salary Range:  Depends On - Experience $ Per Month
Shift:  8 PM to 4 AM
Zip Code:  84094
Posted:  11/08/2018
Gender:  Does not matter
Age:  25 Years 25 Years
Highest Education:  Minimum Education University
Degree title: 
Experience:  Minimum Experience 3 Year
Career Level:  Entry Level
Work Permit: 
Required Travel:  Not Required
Job Status
Status:  Sourcing
No of Jobs:  3
Start Publishing:  11/08/2018
Stop Publishing:  12/31/2018

RPT is Hiring!

We are looking to add a Care Coordinators to our growing company. Registered Physical Therapists (RPT) is a network of physical therapy clinics serving the needs of Salt Lake and Utah Counties. Key services include out-patient orthopedic rehab and sports medicine, industrial and workplace health, aquatic therapy, women’s health, inpatient/acute care, sports performance, and running analysis. Major cities served are Salt Lake City, Sandy, Midvale, Murray, Cottonwood Heights, West Jordan, South Jordan, Riverton, Herriman, Bluffdale, Draper, and Saratoga Springs. RPT has been providing exceptional patient care since 1971!

Care Coordinators are the face of our offices. Their responsibilities include:

Running the administration side of a busy medical clinic

*Greeting patients and helping them set up their next appointments

*Taking patient portion payments

*Explaining insurance benefits to patients in a way they can understand

*Calling or searching online to find out a new patient’s benefits

*Entering all new patient information accurately

*Working with Physical Therapists to ensure they have all the information they need to treat the patients in the best way – calling doctor offices to get operative, MRI or Xray reports, prescriptions or clinic notes

*Ensuring that all patient information gets scanned and entered into our chart program

*Speaking clearly on the phone to patients, doctor offices and insurance companies

We are looking for someone who can interact with people in a pleasant way – as the face of the office, your interaction with patients and visitors is one that sets the tone for their entire treatment.

You should be an advocate for your patients – keep digging until you get the answers you need.

Physical Therapy patients are usually coming for treatment because they are injured or just had surgery – you should be compassionate and understanding.

Please contact Ashlee at with any questions

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