Job Seeker:

When you sign up, ADVANCE gives you:

      Access to thousands of healthcare job opportunities

      The best healthcare content you can get anywhere

      Hours of informative and entertaining multimedia

      The latest news, articles, product reviews and much more!

And it's all FREE!

Login |
Ad Agency:

Find Healthcare Jobs and ADVANCE Your Career

Type in your search criteria here. Include any group of terms related to your desired position. Click on 'Advanced Search' below for more options.

Enter the city and state or ZIP Code of the location you want to search. Then select a radius to expand your search up to 100 miles from your starting point.

Browse Jobs:   By Job Title  |   By Employer  |   By Location


  • Our resources are devoted exclusively to healthcare
  • Hear about new jobs first with custom email alerts
  • Build versatile resumes with ease and land your ideal job
Create an account

0 Medical Records Clerk jobs match your search criteria.

Refine Results

Use this tool to narrow your search results even further. Click on any of the categories listed below to expand the full menu. Then select one of the options to return results that match only that particular specification. Click on it again to go back to your original search results.

Results viewable: per page
  • Job Title
  • Employer
  • Location
  • Date Posted     
No results found
Results viewable: per page

ADVANCE Healthcare Jobs has job listings in all sectors of healthcare. You don’t have to be a doctor to use our job boards. Looking for a clerical job? Give medical records a try to find a long-lasting career in the healthcare industry.

Medical records clerks are responsible for creating, organizing, and maintaining medical records. In many facilities, medical records clerks must also conduct daily audits on a portion of the records. This helps to ensure accuracy and correct any mistakes as soon as possible.

In order to execute medical records clerk jobs successfully, you must have excellent attention to detail and organization. Medical records clerks are privy to sensitive information, and it is important to keep patient information confidential. Ethical codes differ by state and facility, so medical records clerks must be aware of and adhere to professional standards and policies as well as federal HIPAA regulations.

To successfully apply for medical records clerk positions, you need a high school diploma. You can find certification courses, but most of your training will be on the job. With the ADVANCE job board, you can search for medical records clerk jobs across the country or customize your search using a variety of options. Start your search today!