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  • Obtain preliminary health information and physical assessment during a patient’s visit including vital signs, chief complaints, and health maintenance needs.
  • Function under established procedures and medical protocols for laboratory tests and diagnostic procedures (e.g. EKG, Spirometry, Audiometry, Visual Acuity, Updraft Treatments, Tympanometry, Pulse Oximetry, and Peak Flow Measurements).
  • Administers medications and assists other Medical Assistants/Nurses/Providers in therapeutic procedures (e.g. casting, suturing, wound debridement, dressing changes, etc.) within scope of practice.
  • Perform phlebotomy, specimen processing, and laboratory tests within clinic standards and under the guidance of the laboratory technician.
  • Utilize and maintain laboratory equipment with adherence to all laboratory safety standards.
  • Document in patient medical record & EHR all observations, assessments, interventions, and therapeutic measures taken. Use EHR to review and process all laboratory orders.
  • Coordinate follow-up patient care with ancillary services by scheduling appointments and referrals. Provides education to patients and families regarding the management of medications, treatments, home care or discharge instructions, etc.
  • Assist in maintaining adequate clinic supplies & equipment as well as upkeep of clinic area by maintaining a safe environment for patient & staff. Monitor equipment for repair or damage & report deficiency to the Nurse.
  • Provides and/ or assists in the provision of emergency care. Implement first aid in an emergency according to emergency preparedness policies.
  • Must demonstrate proven effective interpersonal communication skills.
  • Screen all patients prior to entering the facility. Adhere to COVID staff manual for protocols and work flows.
  • Provide COVID testing and COVID vaccinations.
  • Manage patient panels and quality measures with the primary care provider teams.
  • Flexibility to travel between north and south clinics as needed.
  • Adhere to all tribal policies outlined in the Employee Personnel Manual. Protect patient medical information within the guidelines of HIPAA policies & procedures.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: Click Here to view the full job description & qualifications

Job Status: Full-Time 

Hours: Depends on Employer 

Wage: Depends on Employer 

Location: Douglas County 

How to Apply: Click Here to go online and apply with Cow Creek 

Position Closes: Open Until Filled 

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