Hiring managers or HR departments look favorably to a Medical Secretary resume that contains an attractive cover letter as a preface. The reason is simple; employers need to know what the candidate has to offer in a mere glance before they pick up a resume for close contemplation.
A Medical Secretary cover letter shows a prospective employer what a candidate is capable of in a nutshell which is why it is very important to enclose a cover letter when applying for any type of job.
28 Example 5th Street
Pittsburgh, PA 23779
holly.david @ email . com
February 5, 2015
Mr. Francesco Bernoulli
St. Clair Hospital
6539 Some Street
Pittsburgh, PA 23469
Dear Mr. Bernoulli:
I am submitting my resume in consideration for the Medical Secretary position with St. Clair Hospital, as advertised on your website yesterday. My extensive customer care and secretarial skills combined with my hands-on experience in healthcare field make me a perfect candidate for this position.
I’d been working in different clinical settings of Pittsburgh since 2008 and possess demonstrated ability to perform tasks and duties as a medical secretary. For instance, I am highly skilled in scheduling appointments in a prompt, courteous, and professional manner. Moreover, I have a solid track record of performing secretarial duties such as answering calls, copying documents, data entry, maintaining patients’ medical records and dealing with insurance companies regarding claims. My advanced knowledge of medical terminology, ICD-9 and insurance procedures would help me contributing the provision of first-class health care as an integral member your team.
As a self-directed Medical Secretary, I would welcome an interview to discuss the background I’ve outlined on the enclosed resume. I’ll call you next week to see if you require any additional information regarding my qualifications and credentials. In the mean time, you may contact me at (999) 999-9999 or via email at [Email].
Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to speaking with you soon.