Responsible for working collaboratively with physicians and other caregivers to deliver appropriate treatment and medical interventions in an ambulatory office setting.
- Manages processes effectively regarding employee/patient safety.
- Maintains all required records, reports, statistics, logs, files, and other documents as required.
- Promotes a culture of process improvement by participating in unit/department-based programs that supports the system’s process improvement goals.
- Actively participates on system-wide or hospital-based teams as needed.
Role Specific Responsibilities
- Demonstrate quality communication skills between the care team, outside agencies, patients, and their families through written, verbal, observation, and empathy skills.
- Rooms the patient and documents required and updated clinical information in the electronic medical record following policy and procedures for process.
- Demonstrates completed competency for accurate and appropriate documentation in the EMR and patient care following scope of clinical role outlined in policy.
- Follows office procedures to monitor expiration dates and storage conditions of medications and supplies.
- High School diploma or equivalent
Licenses and Certification
- Current BLS certification; BLS from American Heart Association (AHA) preferred
- Certified Nurses Aid certification preferred
Experience and Skills
- Technical Experience: 1 year of clinical office experience preferred. Ability to perform manual blood pressure required.
- Customer Service: 1 year of customer service experience preferred