Patient services technicians provide patients with daily medical assistance and ensure that they are as comfortable as possible. Their duties include sterilizing patient rooms, escorting patients to medical procedures, and monitoring their vital signs. Patient services technicians work in hospitals, medical facilities, and old age homes.
When interviewing patient services technicians, the most suitable candidates will display the ability to provide excellent medical care to patients, as well as strong interpersonal skills. Be wary of candidates with a poor bedside manner and limited ability to navigate stressful work situations.
Examines the candidate's skills and ability to work well with any patient.
Assesses the candidate's communication skills and bedside manner.
Reveals the candidate's organizational skills and knowledge of health and safety best practices.
Highlights the candidate's work history and ability to learn from past experiences.
Tests the candidate's ability to remain calm under pressure, as well as their knowledge of emergency care procedures.