Entry Level Medical Receptionist Resume – No Experience

Updated on March 23, 2018

Writing an entry-level resume can be a challenging task, but if you get help from some authentic resume samples, it becomes a lot easier.

As entry-level candidates do not have extensive experiences to mention in their resume, therefore, it is advisable to make the most of your transferable skills, personality strengths, internships and any volunteer work that you may have participated in.

Also, every entry-level resume needs to have an objective. The objective is your career goal, and it needs to state the field you are pursuing accompanied with what you have to offer to the hiring company.

Look at the sample below to get an idea how to write a good resume for an entry-level medical receptionist position.


Entry Level Medical Receptionist Resume – No Experience



Allen Young

976 5th Ave ♦ Seattle, WA 98116
(003) 888.5555 ♦ [Email]


To work for ABC Healthcare as a Medical Receptionist where advanced skills in front desk handling will be fully utilized to obtain the maximum level of efficiency of the facility.


● Greeting Visitors● Appointments Scheduling● Calls Screening
● Information Verification● Customer Service● Mail Handling
● MS Office Applications● Correspondence typing● Medical Terminology


• Demonstrated ability to keep patients’ record in an organized manner using alphabetic and numeric listing systems
• Compassionate and professional way to dealing with visitors, patients, and families
• Immaculate presentation skills and communication ability
• Experience in ensuring accurate labeling and dispatch of all lab test samples
• Well versed in guiding and directing patients to the correct specialist
• Knowledge of standard medical procedures, hygiene policies and health insurance guidelines applicable in WA


Medical Reception Certificate – 2013

Associate of Arts in Communications – 2012
Major: Public Communications


Medical Reception Intern
Mount High Health Care Clinic, WA | Oct 2014 – Present
• Answer all telephonic, email and in-person inquiries and place appointments as requested
• Update patient data and appointment schedule
• Obtain repeat prescriptions after verifying patient data from the record
• Explain treatment plans to the patients
• Greet visitors professionally and directing them to the relevant clinic office

Receptionist (Volunteer)
American Civil Liberties Union of Washington, WA | summer 2008
• Fielded incoming phone calls and forwarded them to the required department
• Greeted people who came in to seek help, entered their essential data and showed them the relevant office
• Kept the information board updated regarding meeting schedules
• Received all mail and forwarded it to various departments and offices


• HIPAA compliance and privacy standards
• Bilingual: English and Spanish
• CPR and First aid certified
• Familiar with ICD and CPT-9 Coding

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