Base Pay: $17.50+ (with experience) Full time positions available!

As a Patient Services Assistant, you are the first point of contact many patients and visitors will have with Grace Health in person or over the telephone. To be a successful Patient Services Assistant, you must be detail-orientated and have the ability to multitask under pressure. Those key ingredients will assist you with managing appointment schedules, registering patients, and verifying and updating medical records. From registering patients to assisting visitors with navigation throughout our facility, our Patient Services Assistants are responsible for creating a positive customer service experience!

Please note, the COVID-19 vaccines are minimum work requirements at Grace Health.

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Our Work Environment:
Grace Health is an organization that welcomes the community with open arms and embraces every patient. We embody a servant's heart, showing concern for others and putting the needs and interests of our patients first. We believe that by engaging our patients, we are empowering them with knowledge, abilities, and the willingness to make decisions that will help benefit them in their lives.

Grace Health strives to radiate positive energy to be a place where patients and staff experience the feeling that they are the most important person here and look forward to coming in every single time.

Grace Health is committed to the highest business and personal ethics and integrity standards, doing good to others while doing no harm. As we continue to improve the quality of our services and operations, we will maintain our core values and reputation for integrity, honesty, responsibility, fairness, respect, compassion, teamwork, and trust.


  • $500 sign-on bonus ($250 after orientation period, typically 90 days and $250 in 6 months)
  • Medical, vision, dental, life, and disability insurance
  • 401K match
  • 8 paid holidays
  • Generous PTO accrual
  • Employee wellness program focusing on physical, mental, and financial wellness
  • Ability to earn CHAA certification


  • High school graduate or GED
  • One year of work experience in a medical organization preferred