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The MSK Department of Pediatrics is searching for a Pediatrics Care Advisor to join the Department’s new patient intake office. The Pediatrics Care Advisor acts as part of an administrative and clinical team to receive, assess, and bring to appropriate resolution all new visit (external and internal) requests for pediatric physician services at the Center while demonstrating excellent customer service and communication skills. The Care Advisor screens such requests according to Service and Physician criteria to ensure the most accurate scheduling, and maximizes patient access while providing a public relations role sensitive to patients’ needs by using critical thinking and decision making skills.
Monday – Friday, 10am – 6pm with flexibility
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