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~~A whole new level of success becomes possible when you become a member of the team at Women’s Care of Wisconsin. At Women’s Care, we are devoted to our patients and their health. Our providers offer a well-rounded approach to OB/GYN care, one that meets both physical and emotional needs throughout every phase of a patient’s life. We call it our circle of care. Women’s Care is building a foundation that will support that circle of care – one that is full of opportunities for personal and professional growth.

We are as dedicated to our employee’s as we are our patients and we have created an atmosphere where expectations are high and respect is given for each individual on our team.

We are currently seeking qualified individuals to fill a full-time Certified Medical Coder position in our Appleton, Wisconsin office.

This position is responsible for the preparation and coding of charts on a daily basis. Working knowledge of CPT and ICD-10 coding is required.

Qualified candidates will have earned a CPC or AHIMA certification. We are looking for candidates that have the ability to problem solve and have knowledge of medical terminology and human anatomy/physiology. OB-GYN coding experience is desirable.

Women’s Care of Wisconsin is striving to be the employer of choice in each of the communities that we serve and we are looking for people who are willing to work with us to reach that goal. Our employees enjoy many benefits including insurance to cover health, dental, disability and life insurance. We have a generous PTO policy and retirement plan as well as many other benefits.

If you are looking for a progressive, respectful, caring and fun place to work where employees at all levels are appreciated and rewarded – consider joining Women’s Care of Wisconsin.

Please apply online by visiting the Women’s Care of Wisconsin website at www.womenscareofwi.com and choosing the “About Us” option and clicking on “Careers

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