High school education required. Post high school health/medical studies with certification required (LPN, MA, CMA, CNA, Phlebotomy or other certification of qualification to administer injections and draw blood specimens). Describe your training and experience with medical terminology, clinical office procedures and health information privacy requirements.
Performs work in the clinical and administrative areas of the practice. Completes patient assessments, identifies common medical/nursing care, learning needs, symptoms and/or abnormal diagnostic data. Performs laboratory procedures and assists physicians and other providers with patient treatments & therapies. Administers medications and sterile solutions as directed and authorized. Uses electronic medical record system proficiently as primary source of documentation of all patient visits and correspondence. Able to perform most duties of the front office, including registering patients, answering phones, scheduling appointments, checking patients in/out, collecting monies and routing patient issues to the proper area for resolution. Assists with scanning documents into EMR. Practices work in a safe manner, following proper protocols of infection control, accident prevention and proper body mechanics. Performs other duties as assigned.
Sign on bonus for LPN positions.