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623 Madison Park ● Anaheim, CA 67299 ● (003) 444-5555 ● jason @ email . com
May 23, 2016
Ms. Amelia Green
78 Casa Siento
Anaheim, CA 67299
Dear Ms. Green:
Seeing your advertisement for Medical Office Coordinator position excited me a lot since I possess all the competencies you have demanded:
● Demonstrated ability to refer patients to the relevant department based on presenting complaints
● Adept at using various patient interfaces and popular data entry software
● Well practiced in making patient appointments and filling up vacancies in case of cancellation
● Current CMA certification, affiliated with the American Association of Medical Assistants
Other than the above capabilities, I possess exemplary patient care skills EPIC training courses and EPR.
I would welcome the opportunity to meet with you in person and discuss my potential in detail. My resume is enclosed for your review. Please call me at (002) 333-4444 at your convenience to communicate a suitable date and time for interview.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
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