What does a medical scribe do?
A medical scribe is responsible for accurately documenting the interaction between a healthcare provider and their patients in real-time. Medical scribes can also expect to assist providers with administrative tasks such as handling phone calls, retrieving lab reports, and other duties as needed to improve efficiency and productivity.
We realize that being a medical scribe is a stepping stone for you to achieve greater things as you continue your career in the medical field. Our goal is to provide you with the tools and support to succeed as a medical scribe and to achieve your future career aspirations.
“Working for ProScribe gave me exactly what I wanted as I pursued a career in healthcare. It allowed me to venture past 'textbook learning' and gain a solid foundation in day-to-day patient care.”
“It’s a wonderful opportunity to get a lot of experience and exposure to the world of medicine. If you use the opportunity well, you can interact with doctors closely, understand how they make certain decisions, and become sharper in your medical terminology and medical examinations.”
“Getting paid to form relationships with physicians and patients while also learning about healthcare made this job perfect for me, and I recommend it to anyone with the medical field in mind.”
“If you are a college student and are interested in healthcare, then this is the job for you. Flexible hours and a great work environment where you get to experience the process of the ER are just some of the reasons why I recommend scribing.”
We seek and value candidates with a passion for healthcare, a collaborative mindset, and a commitment to excellence and professionalism. Our ideal candidates are pre-med students working towards a career in the medical field.
- High school diploma
- Pre-health career track
- College sophomore status or higher
- Minimum 6 month time commitment
- Ability to work at least 2 shifts (or 16 hours) per week
- High professional and ethical standards
- Cognizance of delicate and confidential patient information
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Strong attention to detail
- Work in dynamic, highly stressful environment
- Learn and apply medical terminologies and techniques
- Communicate and interact professionally with others
We realize that being a medical scribe is a stepping stone for you to achieve greater things as you continue your career in the medical field. Our goal is to provide you with the tools and support to succeed as a medical scribe as well as the tools and support to achieve your future career aspirations.
- Recommendation letter from Chief Medical Officer to include in your application to Medical, PA, Nursing, or professional school (provided eligibility rules are met)
- GRE or MCAT Kaplan course scholarship
- Discounts on Kaplan Test Prep Courses
- Discounts on MedSchoolCoach Admissions Counseling Services
- Mock interview support
- Guaranteed interview at Ross University School of Medicine (provided all academic requirements are met)
- Hands-on experience
- Clinical exposure
- Flexible scheduling
- Part-time and full-time openings
- Volunteer opportunities
- Scribe Life community
What does the application process look like?
Start by submitting an online application. You will also be asked to complete a typing test. Our Talent Acquisition Team will evaluate your resume, application, and typing test results.
If you are selected to move forward with the next step in the hiring process, you will be invited to submit a video interview. The most successful applicants complete the video interview within 24-48 hours.
Once our team reviews your application and video interview, a recruiter will reach out to you to discuss the job responsibilities, your availability, and training details.
Based on your application, interview, typing test, and availability to commit to the shifts available, we will extend you an offer to join the team!
Once you have accepted an offer to be a medical scribe with ProScribe, you will begin a 3-phase training program designed to set you up for immediate success. Training starts with medical terminology, HIPAA regulations, medical documentation, and extends to the electronic medical record and the specific preferences of each provider.
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