Alexandra DiCamillo Has the Ability to Develop and Implement Office Policies and Programs

New York City, Jun 6, 2019 ( – With an experience of more than 25 years in administration and management, Alexandra DiCamillo is no wonder one of the most dedicated and knowledgeable professionals. Adept at assessing performances and identifying opportunities for improvement, Alexandra is a strong leader with experience of managing medical office operations and overseeing more than 200 employees at a time.

She has worked for a number of companies in Long Island, New York including Broadway Diagnostic & Rehab, Long Island Otolaryngology & Pediatric Airway, Urgent Care, and the ENT Group. During her tenure at the Long Island Otolaryngology & Pediatric Airway, Alexandra DiCamillo established and enforced office policies, standards, and processes. In addition to that, she also performed administrative tasks, including organizing doctor schedules, answering calls and preparing financial reports.

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Talking about her education, Alexandra DiCamillo has received her education from the Suffolk Community College and the Stony Brook University.

About Alexandra DiCamillo

Alexandra DiCamillo graduated from the Suffolk Community College, Brentwood, NY as an Associate of Science in the year 1996. Later, she went on to pursue a Bachelor of Arts in Healthcare Administration from the Stony Brook University. She also received a CPR certificate and an AAPC Coding Certificate. She is currently associated with the ENT Group.

Alexandra is a dedicated and knowledgeable professional who has more than 25 years of experience in administration and management. She is self-motivated, adaptable and reliable with a superior work ethic. Also, she is fluent in English, Italian, and Spanish with excellent overall communication skills. Alexandra is also proficient in Greenway Health, Next-Gen, Practice Velocity, Chart Logic, and Allscripts.

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