In a resume for patient coordinator position, highlight your customer service and clerical skills such as answering the telephones, scheduling appointments, greeting patients, presenting treatment plans to the patients and accepting payments.

The following resume sample for a Patient Coordinator position will provide you with a good idea of writing your own resume.

In addition, this Patient Coordinator cover letter will assist you making an exceptional job application package.


 Patient Coordinator Resume Sample


Elizabeth Smith

65 Example Street ● Queens, NY 01220
Contact # ● Email Address

OBJECTIVE: To work for ABC Healthcare as a Patient Coordinator utilizing relevant education and skills to provide the highest level efficiency and patient comfort.

• 5+ years’ experience as a Patient Coordinator
• Certified Medical Assistant (CMA)
• Substantial knowledge of medical terminology
• Computer: MS Word and Excel, MIS Systems and Databases

• Highly skilled in greeting, screening, and safely transporting patients
• In-depth knowledge of assisting doctors and technologists with paperwork
• Able to give accurate and detailed information to patients
• Demonstrated ability of entering exact patient, physician, and exam information into the online system
• Thorough understanding of ordering supplies and cleaning medical unit


Patient Coordinator | Mount Sinai Medical Center – Queens, NY | May 2010 – Present

• Greet patients and fill in their insurance and demographics in the MIS System
• Answer phones for carry out and schedule appointments
• Review status of waiting room on a scheduled basis
• Schedule patient for follow-up appointment
• Communicate with proper employees about patient’s arrival
• Process formalities and other institutional forms
• Handled cash and checks
• Provide patient with procedure for requesting medical records

Patient Care Aide | AnMed Health – Anderson, SC | Jun 2009 – May 2010

• Monitored assigned physician’s schedules
• Scheduled patient appointments and system
• Answered physician hotline and process scheduling line
• Monitored patient lab databases
• Punched documentation in the Electronic Medical Record
• Recorded patient appointments in the computer
• Scheduled procedures and appointments from database

Queen Mary College ● Queens, NY – 2008
Associate od Science in Health Information Management

• Working knowledge of medical system
• Able to provide compassionate care
• Proven record of ensuring patients’ comfort
• Effective verbal and in written Communication skills