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LPN or MA
The Clinic LPN functions as a primary clinic nurse under the direction of a physician, providing direct and indirect patient care and assisting the physician with patient care, procedures, and follow-up.
Two years experience as an LPN in a clinic setting preferred.
Current WA state LPN license.
Urgent Care Clinics (excluding Immediate Clinics): ACLS (for adult population) and PEARS required within 6 months of hire
Refer to CPR and ALS policy grid for requirements
The Medical Assistant is responsible for assisting the provider with back office duties in the outpatient management of patients and completing or assisting with front office duties. This position is a vital part of the office team that cares for patients in the clinic setting working under the direction of a physician. This position works closely with the physicians, other clinical staff, and front office staff. Work situations are a variety of clinical functions within a clinic setting requiring knowledge and integration of available standards, resources, and data; discretion; good judgment; diplomacy; decision making; and a customer service attitude. Acting as the patient advocate the Medical Assistant has continuous contact with physicians, patients, patient families/ significant others, community agencies, and MHS patient care staff and management.
One (1) year experience in physician's office or other medical facility preferred
Washington State Medical Assistant-Certified (MA-C) Certification
External applicants must be available to attend one week of general system orientation upon start.