We hire many of our medical scribes from April through August of each year, so make sure to submit your application early. We provide medical scribe services for nearly every setting and specialty, including urgent cares, emergency departments, hospitals, primary care clinics, and specialty care clinics across the Twin Cities and Denver metro areas.
To be considered for a position as a medical scribe, we have a few requirements of applicants. You must:
Have a GPA of 3.30 or greater in undergraduate studies.
Be hard working and of impeccable character.
Have a reliable mode of transportation.
Have the availability to work 20 hours per week for a minimum of 12 months.
If you can meet these requirements, we invite you to complete our APPLICATION.We hire many of our scribes from April through August of each year, so make sure to submit your application early.
The Benefits of Working as a Scribe
There are many benefits to becoming a medical scribe. First, the clinical knowledge that comes from working as a medical scribe is unparalleled for pre-health students. You will hear patients relay their histories, witness their physical exam, and write their notes. After hundreds of patients, you will develop skills and knowledge that is unobtainable in any other pre-medical experience.
"Working as a medical scribe for Clinical Scribes LLC gave me a big head-start in medical school. I didn't realize how much I'd learned about medicine as a scribe working in the emergency department. I also believe my medical scribe experience was instrumental in getting me in in the first place."
- JM, University of Minnesota Medical School
The majority of our scribes plan on applying to PA or medical school and we will help with personal statements and, if warranted, a letter of recommendation for any employees applying for one of these programs. For those that apply for one of these programs after working with us for a full year, we have a nearly 100% acceptance rate.
Working as a medical scribe is a great experience for many pre-health students, but when it comes time for our employees to apply to PA programs or medical school, we offer help writing the personal statement--the most time-consuming component of the application.
Interested in the benefits of working with our medical scribes? Contact us today to learn about the unique benefits of Clinical Scribes.