Work from home medical jobs aren’t as easy to find as other work at home jobs for moms, but job leads in this market do exist. If you are a registered nurse, a pharmacist, a doctor or if you are experienced in work from home medical billing, it is very likely that you qualify for a variety of work from home medical jobs. We feature some of them in our daily job leads HERE, but if you’re wondering how to search for work from home medical jobs on your own, this one’s for you.
Just like other work at home jobs for moms, these job leads sometimes appear on CraigsList and other times they appear on job boards, such as Monster and Indeed. However, depending upon the exact type of work from home medical jobs you’re searching for, here are a few other sites you can bookmark and search for job leads:
Medco ~ Several work from home pharmacists have found Medco’s job leads to be helpful. You’ll need to regularly check their site for work from home medical jobs. (From time to time, we also discover job leads for work from home pharmacy jobs, so be sure to check our daily job leads, too. Click HERE to go directly to our latest job leads.)
Body1 Corp ~ Medical content reviewers are needed. Physicians are encouraged to apply, but they will also accept medical students. This is one of the more flexible work from home medical jobs, as there is no set schedule to adhere to. Medical content reviewing is perfect for those with a busy schedule who are also looking for an additional income stream.
eBilling Solutions ~ Looking for work at home medical billing? See what eBilling Solutions has to offer. A family-owned business, they are always looking for new people to add to their team of professional medical coders. (BTW, have you read our latest article on the truth about medical billing? This is one of the most sought after work at home jobs for moms, if you’re experienced.)
FoneMed ~ If you’re a registered nurse on the hunt for work from home medical jobs, do check FoneMed out. They hire nurses to do telephone triage from home after hours. The hours are flexible, but they do expect nurses to occasionally work weekends (this isn’t unusual in the grand scheme of work at home jobs for moms).
Pacific Interpreters ~ If you speak more than one language and are looking for work from home medical jobs, consider working as an interpreter. As one of the more unique work at home jobs for moms, your skills, expertise and services are sorely needed to help monolingual patients understand difficult medical issues.
RX Career Center ~ A general job search engine for pharmacists and medical professionals. While all jobs aren’t telecommute positions, they do feature work from home medical jobs as they become available. Bookmark the site and check often!
Of course, these are but a few of the companies regularly offering work from home medical jobs. We present these to you so that you can become familiar with what companies are looking for and so that you know that legitimate work from home medical jobs exist (we’re on a bit of a crusade when it comes to raising awareness about the existence of work at home jobs for moms). If you currently work from home in a medically-related career, we’d love to hear any tips you have for finding work from home medical jobs.
So, tell us, what methods do you use or have you used in the past to find work from home medical jobs or work at home jobs for moms, in general? Any good job leads to share?