Visiting a hospital, we usually see people standing at reception who luckily get help after answering a few questions. But who asks them these questions and why? The patient registrar, like the traffic sergeant, controls the patient's traffic at the hospital. Asking just a few questions about your medical condition helps them guide you on what to do next. Whether you want to get an appointment, admission, dues clearance, or administrative guidance, you have to ask Patient Registrar for that.
There is no specific academic requirement for this job, and you can apply for the post after graduating from high school. But there is no compromise on your skills. You must have a stronghold over your communication and interpersonal skills. In order to fulfill your job responsibilities, you should also have a basic knowledge of computers and calculations.
Patient registrar is a desk job where you have to answer phone calls, make appointments, deal with the patients, and by doing so, you can earn $14.42 per hour, on average.