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Old 11-04-2014
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Hi I just finished taking my Steps and have applied for the match this season. I have a few interviews scheduled, but need to make money ASAP for my loans, the holidays, interview expenses, etc...Does any one have any experience working as a medical scribe. I applied online yesterday and got a response immediately in regards to a position. If anyone has any information regarding this job or working during interview season, let me know. Thanks!
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I suppose the biggest difficulty in working during interview season is finding an employer willing to be flexible enough in giving you multiple week days off at random points in order to be able to travel and attend your interviews
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Hi,

My name is Shelby Ward and I work for ProScribe, a national medical scribe company as the Talent Acquisition Manager. I would be interested in speaking with you about your background and the opportunities we have available in your area. Please email your resume to me at sward@proscribemd.com and feel free to call 210-545-2500 with any questions.
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how can u work as a scribe?are u a citizen?bcoz i dnt think its possible to work as a scribe with b1/j1 visa..
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