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Job Title:

Medical Records Clerk

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1st Shift


Full Time



Job Description:

What you will do in this role: The Medical Records Clerk is the person that coordinates and maintains all patient records within the center, in accordance with state and federal regulations. Below is a sample of daily duties:
• Assist in developing procedures to ensure records are properly completed, coded, signed, indexed, etc., before filing.
• Collect charts, assemble them in proper order, and inspect them for completion.
• Ensure incomplete records/charts are returned to nursing service for correction.
• Answer telephone inquiries concerning medical records functions. Prepare written correspondence as necessary.
• Other related duties and responsibilities that may become necessary or appropriate to meet the administrative needs of this facility. (Example: arrange transportation and appointments for patients/residents...)

What’s in it for you:
• Team-oriented and collaborative culture
• Employee recognition program
• Annual merit increase opportunities
• Robust benefits package, including a retirement savings plan
• Refer-a-Friend programs – Our #3 source of new employees is referrals from our existing team members. Great employees refer other great workers. Come join us.
From our new employee survey:
• 82% surveyed said “People here are willing to give a little extra to get the job done right.”
• 89% surveyed said “When I look at what we accomplished, I feel a sense of pride.”
Join us and be the reason someone smiles today.

Job Requirements:

Medical Records: officially we title this job a Medical Records Clerk, but in other centers it could be called a Health Information Technologist (RHIT) or Coordinator.

What we need from you:
• RHIT or RHIM certification is not required
• High school diploma or GED is required, but an Associate’s Degree or higher is preferred
• Prior medical records experience within a skilled nursing facility (SNF or ICF); to include some knowledge of IDPH SNF regulations and procedures
• Above average computer literacy; specifically with MS Office products and file storage software
• Medical Terminology and Coding (ICD10) experience preferred, but not required (this is not a coding position)


full time benefits are available.

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