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"If you want to gain perspective in this field, there's no other job like it."

Dilan Patel Emergency Medicine Resident and Former Scribe

When you join ScribeAmerica, you're joining a community

For over 20 years ScribeAmerica has helped healthcare providers reduce their clinical workload so they can spend more time at the bedside, delivering more meaningful patient care. From in-person medical scribes who work side-by-side with care teams, to remote virtual scribes and AI-driven ambient digital scribes, our teams help doctors get back to the joy of practicing medicine.

Serving over 3,500 partners in all 50 states, our medical scribes and navigators work alongside healthcare providers to improve the efficiency of care teams and empower providers to work top of license. As the nation’s leader in scribe training and management, we have been recognized for over a decade as one of Inc. 5000’s fastest growing private companies.

By continuing to innovate and expand the scribe industry, we improve the delivery of care and quality of life for medical providers nationwide. Are you ready to join an enthusiastic and dedicated team that is transforming the way care is delivered?

Tips from our current scribes and alumni

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Working as a scribe was one of the most rewarding experiences I've ever had and it gave me a tremendous advantage during medical school. I felt very strong in my knowledge of medical terminology, as well as performing a history and physical exam.

The people I worked with were amazing and it just made me all the more excited to begin my medical education. In fact, I loved my experience as a scribe so much that I plan to make Emergency Medicine my career!

Christian MaloschikScribe & Emergency Medicine Resident
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Being a scribe is a perfect job for anyone wanting to pursue a career in medicine. The job is not only a tremendous learning experience, but you're actually making a difference by assisting the doctors to be more efficient so they can focus more on the quality of care for their patients.

Amy HoganQuinnipiac University, CT 2010
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Working as a scribe was the single most reassuring experience I had prior to starting medical school and that a career in medicine was the right path for me. The physicians with whom I worked at Tri-City were all eager mentors who encouraged my pursuit of medicine and were open to answering my questions and concerns about my profession.

As a scribe, I accumulated hundreds of hours of direct patient care and experience, setting me far ahead of my medical school peers regarding patient interviewing skills.

Lauren DavieTufts Medical College 2011

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