Medical Assistant / LPN Share:
MA / LPN- Urgent Care
The Medical Assistant assists providers and other members of the health care team in an Urgent Care setting by performing a variety of back office and patient-related tasks and ensuring smooth patient and work flow within the department.
Act promptly and effectively during an emergency situation.
Strict adherence to policies, procedures, protocols, and standards of practice in performing duties.
Promote and contribute to the development of team in clinic and working relationships between the clinic and other departments/disciplines.
Other duties as assigned by Nurse Manager and Urgent Care Provider
ResponsibilitiesThis positions performs a variety of patient care procedures within the MA/LPN scope of practice, which may include but is not limited to: injections, EKGs, ear lavage and blood draws, measuring patient vital signs (weight, height, blood pressure, pulse, respiration, and temperature),manage rooming and patient flow, including pre-visit preparation, assisting with the patient visit, and post-visit duties, informs provider of schedule changes that impact patient flow, may assist with front office activities and varied scheduling tasks and reports test results as directed by the provider. Ensure exam rooms are stocked, clean and ready between each patient. Maintain and use supplies and equipment in a cost-effective manner. Assist provider by facilitating use of technology including EMR (electronic medical records) Coordinate communication flow in the clinic including answering and directing telephone inquiries to the appropriate individual. Provide basic telephone screening per clinic protocols and recognize emergent/urgent problems and direct to the nurse or physician. Coordinate clerical patient care activities and/or specialized technical duties unique to the assigned clinic to ensure accurate and expedited patient check-in and discharge, including obtaining consents for care and referral information. Take initiative to maintain patient flow for assigned providers/team. Transport patients and lab specimens.
QualificationsGraduation from an accredited MA/LPN program, with Washington State Department of Health Certified Strong aptitude for detail, and ability to work independently, Strong organizational, problem solving, communication and interpersonal skills required. Skill in using a PC is required. This Position is Full Time with a 90 day probation period. Steck Medical Group 1299 Bishop Rd Chehalis WA 98532 ph- 360-740-4051 How to Apply: -Come in person to complete application -Respond to this ad with attached resume -Fax resume to 360-748-8732 ATTN: Natasha
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