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I have pasted my resume below, deleting or changing any identifiable personal info. Please tell me what you think. ObjectiveAn opportunity to apply organizational skills and communications ability in an Operations or Administrative position. Skills Summary Thoroughly familiar with the process of handling and safeguarding medical records in an occupational testing environment. Work with customer requests to provide electronic or physical copies of medical records as needed. Maintain daily flow of confidential patient records in a multi-stage environment. Duties require the ability to communicate effectively on technical problems, and to establish rapport. In a medical specimen receiving setting, held responsibility for training and implementation of an upgraded software package for streamlining the receiving procedure. Keep areas of responsibility supplied with equipment, materials, and documentation paperwork to ensure the most effective use of manpower and processing of specimens Operate and troubleshoot office equipment and machines, including a computer, scanner, printer, copier, fax machine, and multi line phone. Conversant with the full range of information privacy practices, as well as clinical and administrative quality assurance procedures. Acted as a coordinator of customer service handling quality issues, requests for product returns and refunds, and special requests. Experience 2005 to present Laboratory Corporation of America anytown, NJ Medical Records Administrator Receiving Coordinator 2003-2005 Walmart, stixville, NJ Customer Service Associate 2001-2003Marriott, home city, NJ Customer Service Representative 1997-2001 National Home Products, where, PA Customer Service Specialist

Asked By: Michael - 11/11/2009
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IN my opinion the Objective is a little vague and the skills summary is a little too long. But that is just my opinion. Consider mixing in some of your summary into your job objective. Good Luck 1
Answered By: stressed - 11/11/2009
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Under experience, add a brief summary (2 paragraphs max) of what you did at each job. Also, instead of two lines, make them one. For example... More
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Answered By: resumegirl228 - 11/13/2009
 
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