Start Your Career in Healthcare with ScribeAmerica! No Previous Experience Required!
Joining ScribeAmerica’s team as a Scribe will be one of the most impactful and rewarding experiences of your life. A Scribe is on the “front-line” of healthcare, serving as an integral member of the care team and acting as physician’s personal efficiency partner. While a Scribe does not perform clinical work (e.g., does not touch patients, does not practice medicine), s/he is completely immersed in the healthcare ecosystem by standing elbow-to-elbow with a physician or nurses for 8+ hours each day.
Whether it’s helping you gain entrance into medical/nursing school, giving you priceless advice and insight, or just leading by example as a consummate professional, your partnering physician will profoundly affect your future as a healthcare professional. Your Scribe experience—the people you meet, the relationships you develop, the encounters you witness— will change your life! Don’t wait, apply to be a Scribe today!
Offers one-on-one time with physicians and other healthcare providers
Exposure to an emergency, inpatient, or outpatient environment
Observe a wide variety of cases from trauma to pediatrics
Develop lasting relationships with your partnering physicians with the potential for letters of recommendation
Paid training to all hired employees that provides a crash course in medicine including terminology, disease processes, procedures, medications, medical decision making, and more
Great alternative career for those of CNA, MA, EMT, or Paramedic backgrounds
Flexible scheduling for college students
As a scribe you will:
Accompany the healthcare provider into patient examination rooms in order to transcribe the patient’s history, physical exam findings, consultations, labs, X-rays, and other evaluations, as stated by the provider, directly into the medical record
Prepare plans for follow-up care, as directed by the provider
Process admitted and discharge paperwork
Provide advanced support to providers, including documenting phone calls, alerting the physician with labs/radiology reports are complete, grabbing faxes, etc.