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Quincy Medical Group
Assist the Provider in the delivery of health care and patient care management by performing a variety of medically related tasks and office duties.
Graduate of an accredited school for Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse; one to two years of previous related experience in a clinical setting preferred.
Primary Job Duties:
-Escort patients to proper room and prepare patient for exam. Take vital signs, review medications, preferred pharmacy, family/social history and allergies. Documents thorough and objective patient information.
-Assist provider with office exams, diagnostic treatment and procedures. Administer medications, injections, as directed by Provider.
-Make necessary outgoing calls for referral appointments, medication refills and other needs for patient care. Ensure that accurate information is obtained and communicated to the provider and other licensed team members. Ensure that the patient understands Provider instructions regarding medications, treatment plan, diet and procedures.
-Receive incoming calls. Check electronic medical record and voicemail messages throughout the day. Ensure ancillary tests, procedures and/or surgeries are scheduled as ordered by the Provider. Complete pre-certification form for surgeries and other required tests/procedures.
-Ensure test results and correspondence from other organizations is given to Provider for review. Under the guidance of the Provider, notify patients of results by using patient portal, phone, or letter. Track ancillary tests by Work Ques. Follow up on the Overdue Folder and contact patients to reschedule tests as needed.
-Keep office area clean, orderly, well-stocked, and monitor supplies.
-Sterlize instruments and equipment. Assist in maintaining equipment, remove and tag broken equipment and notify the coordinator.
-Cross train and cover co-workers hours and duties as needed.
-Acts as a patient coach to patients including vulnerable patient populations by offering self-management support and care coordination.
-Other duties may be assigned.