Summary: Assist with the delivery of occupational health care.
Assist with patient flow process; secure/stock necessary supplies; prepare exam room and patients for examination; assist provider with exam or procedure; provide treatments and medications as ordered by provider.
Travels market to provide staffing coverage and on-site services.
Assist with diagnostic testing including obtaining and/or preparing specimens.
Follow protocol of assessment, planning, intervention and evaluation of patient population.
Perform drug screen collections for DOT and non-DOT drug screens, using proper chain of custody.
Perform administrative support duties such as answering telephones, check-in, check-out, filing, faxing, record processing and shared housekeeping.
Perform additional medical support including, but not limited to suture and staple removal, injections, blood draws.
Apply the Minimal Necessary Standard when accessing protected health information.
Communicate effectively with relevant Supervisors and Management while performing onsite services.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Successful completion of an accredited Medical Assisting technical program.
Proficient computer skills.
Exceptional customer service and communication skills in both verbal and written form.
Excellent analytical, interpersonal, leadership, time management, follow-up and problem solving skills.
Ability to work positively among diverse groups of individuals promoting a “TEAM” environment and “Leads by Example”
Ability to Travel as needed
Flexibility in schedule, as needed
Must have a Valid Driver’s License and Proof of Auto Insurance that meets state minimum requirements.