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MOH Client and Patient Service Representative

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    St. Paul, MN
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At Minnesota Occupational Health (MOH) our mission in treating and managing work injuries is to help injured workers remain mobile, active and productive.  Be part of an organization that offers an exciting, dynamic, fast-paced environment with a patient mix that changes day to day and Staff members feel respected and find a strong sense of purpose in their roles, contributing to a familial atmosphere characterized by mutual respect and enjoyment.

The MOH Client and Patient Service Representative provides initial access for all MOH client employers and their employees (patients). They are responsible for greeting, registering, verifying medical and demographic information, scheduling follow-up appointments, and notifying clinical team of patient arrival. This role also is responsible to regularly communicate with client employers regarding patient results and generation of invoices. This MOH role is direct patient facing and requires excellence in providing customer and quality service.

This opportunity is for a casual role based at our Midway MOH Campus. Casual is defined as a minimum of two shifts per month. Scheduled hours are Monday – Friday, 7:30am – 4:00pm (subject to change).  Flexibility to float to other MOH sites as needed; Blaine, Eagan and Shakopee.

MN Occupational Health (a division of Summit Orthopedics) has the trust of thousands of employers with their occupational medicine needs. Employers value our service ethic, clinical expertise, timely communications, walk-in services, on-site services and true partnership.  Our teams of occupational medicine physicians, advanced practice providers, occupational therapists and clinical staff are ready to support you in hiring and retaining a healthy and safe workforce.   

Minnesota Occupational Health is committed to providing equal opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations of federal, state and local governing boards and/or agencies.