Register and admit animals brought to animal hospitals.
What does an Animal Hospital Clerk do?
Registers and admits animals brought to animal hospital; advises owners about condition of pets being treated; prepares case records of treated animals; and computes and records payment of fees: Questions animal owners to determine symptoms and to complete admission form. Answers questions by phone, letter, or in person about condition of animals treated, visiting hours, first aid, and discharge date. Prepares case record on each animal treated, including identifying information, diagnosis, and treatment. Computes treatment cost and records fees collected.