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Patient Service Associate - Immediate Start 125661

Full Time
BJIOS Orthopaedics, Farrer Park Medical, Singapore

$2200 to $2800 (Monthly)

Posted 13 days ago

Patient Service Associate


§Handling registrations and booking of appointments

§ Providing and educating patients and visitors on health grants and medical assistance information

§Cashiering roles such as generating invoices and collection of payments

§Filing of insurance and Medisave claims

§Assist Nurses and Doctors in administrative and clinical support

§Involved in work flow processes to ensure smooth operations of day-to-day duties


§Minimum General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary Level or equivalent

§Able to work in a team or independently with minimal supervision

§Outgoing and pleasant personality with good interpersonal and communication skills

§Proficient in computer skills (Microsoft Office)

§Service Oriented and patient focused

§Experience in frontline customer service and/ or practical knowledge of clinic operations are preferred

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More about BJIOS Orthopaedics

BJIOS Orthopaedics
BJIOS Orthopaedics
1 Farrer Park Station Road, Farrer Park Medical Centre, #13-18 Connexion, Singapore 217562

At BJIOS, we aim to provide patients with a holistic and hassle-free one-stop service experience. Our team of Surgeons, Nurses, Patient Service Associates, Radiographers,Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists are on hand to provide and coordinate every diverse medical need.

With its concept of patient-specific and patient-centered specialty care, BJIOS Orthopaedics is poised to raise healthcare delivery to a different level. The strength of BJIOS lies in providing patient-oriented state-of-the-art specialty orthopaedic care for every musculoskeletal condition through its inner core of 5 specialist partners. Together, they cover different subspecialties within the areas ofmusculoskeletal diseases.