The veterinary technician is the doctor’s primary medical support person. Once the pets are in the exam room, they begin the examination procedure and continue to assist the doctor throughout the examination, diagnosis and treatment phases. They aid the doctors in achieving greater efficiency by relieving them of technical work and administrative detail. They have a very significant role in communicating with clients about their pets.
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The receptionist is the client’s first contact when calling or visiting the practice and as such presents the professional image of the practice to callers and visitors. The receptionist answers telephones, greets clients and escorts them to rooms, receives and transmits telephone and other messages, updates client business records, prepares billing and collects payments and performs a variety of other related services.
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