I decided to post this in 'General Specialties' because I wasn't sure where my topic belongs.
I am a recent grad of the MA program at my local community college, an accredited institution. I also earned both the CMA and RMA credentials, and I just accepted an interview at a hospital for a Unit Clerk position. The assigned floor that I am interviewing for is to be determined. I have had mock interviews, and lots of guidance from Medical Assisting, but I have never interviewed for a Unit Clerk position.
Any tips, suggestions, helpful advice on how to ace this interview would be appreciated!
I can't think of much....it sounds like you have done your due diligence (I love to use $10.00 words).
I know interviewers love to ask for an example of a conflict with someone you had at work or school and how you handled it. But you probably already know that.
I am just guessing but maybe they'd ask what you would do if a doctor or nurse asked you to do something that you, and they, should know was not in your scope of practice. Sometimes doctor's really don't know who can do what.
Last edit by brownbook on Feb 14