Medical Records Administrator

Nuffield Health
England, Cambridgeshire, Cambridge
£19000 - £19578 per annum + gym & healthcare
Closing date
27 May 2022

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As the UK's largest Healthcare Charity, we're here to help look after the wellbeing of the nation. And as the face of Nuffield Health, you'll help people feel at ease and find their way to where they're meant to be. If you're sensitive to people's needs and passionate about exceptional service, it starts with you.

As a Medical Records Administrator at our Cambridge Hospital you'll be proud to join our growing energetic team. You'll have great communication, IT and keyboard skills, you'll also able to work alongside multiple departments and have the ability to multitask.

Ideally, you have experience of working in healthcare administration.

Nuffield Health is the charity that's building a healthier nation, one day at a time. From award-winning hospitals and leisure facilities to flagship community programmes - we'll do whatever it takes to look after the UK's wellbeing. It starts with passion and commitment to quality. It starts with you.

Our Medical Records department currently have an opportunity for a Medical Records Administrator.

The Opportunity

As a Medical Records Administrator your varied responsibilities will include general team administration and range from filing, retrieval, archiving, manual handling and general upkeep of medical records. You will regularly engage with hospital departments to provide an effective service for the hospital and its consultants, in delivery of hospital notes throughout the building.

As our Medical Records Administrator you will:

  • Provide excellent administrative assistance within the team.

  • Support your colleagues by delivering administrative tasks such as photocopying, filing/archiving, sorting post.

  • Complete electronic and/or manual data entry

  • Retrieve data in an accurate and timely manner

  • Scan patient notes onto the hospital system.

The Role;

  • Supporting the transaction of the medical records process

  • Work calmly in our high volume department

  • Prepare clinical notes for outpatient and inpatient departments

  • Prepare clinic administration

The Person

To succeed as a Medical Records Administrator you will need:

  • Excellent verbal and written skills

  • Excellent IT skills

  • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook

  • Excellent administrator skills

  • The ability to be proactive, we would like someone who continually looks to improve processes and ways of working

  • GCSE English and Maths or equivalent qualification

Medical Records department is operational Monday-Friday 09.00-18.00 so you will be required to work flexibly within these hours. There may also be a requirement to work at the weekends if the service indicates.

Helping you feel good.

We want you to love coming to work, feeling healthy, happy and valued. That's why we've developed a benefits package with you in mind. From free private healthcare to gym membership, a cycle to work scheme and more. At Nuffield Health, we take care of what's important to you.

Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital

Our state-of-the-art hospital, is central Cambridge's premium private hospital, boasting an Outstanding CQC score and offer a full range of medical and surgical specialties. With expertise in Cancer care and Cancer surgery, Orthopaedic surgery (including robotic surgery), Neurosurgery, Cardiology as well as specialist Paediatric services. Recently having secured a partnership with the Royal Papworth NHS (National Health Service) Trust we will see growth in our Cardiology services and aim to expand our current speciality in this field.

Backed by the latest diagnostic imaging facilities including wide bore MRI and CT scanning, we offer immediate assessment and expert diagnosis. Hospital facilities include 3 state of the art digital theatres, 32 beds, Surgical Day Case theatre/endoscopy suite, Surgical Day PODs, private consultation rooms, close monitoring units, Chemotherapy suite, on-site registered pharmacy, Diagnostic scanning unit and a Pathology laboratory.

Join Nuffield Health and create the future you want, today.

If you like what you see, why not start your application now? We consider applications as we receive them and reserve the right to close adverts early (for example, where we have received an unprecedented high volume of applications). So, it's a good idea to apply right away to ensure you're considered for this role.

It starts with you.

Key information about the role:
Salary - 19,578.00 per annum
Location - Cambridge Hospital
Hours - Full Time, 37.5 hours per week
Permanent Contract


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