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We're changing lives every day. For both our patients and our team members. Are you innovative and entrepreneurial minded? Is your work ethic and ambition off the charts? Do you inspire others with your kindness and joy?
We're different than most primary care providers. We're rapidly expanding and we need great people to join our team.
The Care Promoter 1, Early Embrace is an unlicensed medical professional cross-trained to perform routine administrative and clinical tasks to keep the medical centers running smoothly. The duties of Care Promoter 1 vary from setting to setting, depending on the size, location and type. In addition to administrative duties, the incumbent in this role perform clinical duties under direct physician supervision and in accordance with state medical practice acts. The Care Promoter 1, Early Embrace is an integral member of a Physician-lead Care Team that is focused on providing excellent and comprehensive primary care for a specific population of patients.
WHAT WE DO:
HOW WE DO IT:
WHY THIS JOB IS FOR YOU!
Competitive hourly pay (starting at $19.00) plus quarterly bonus!
Monday through Friday work schedule- 7:30 am- 4:30 pm or 8 am- 5 pm. NO WEEKENDS!
Approachable team that leans on and supports one another.
Team of leaders who believe in our professional development and career growth.
Certified "Great Place To Work"!
Ranked in Fortune Magazine's "Change the World" list!
Amazing healthcare benefits and 401K with a strong company match!
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Measures and records patient vital signs; records patient interview and medical history.
Catalogs and communicates patient needs to the PCP, Clinician, Specialist and/or other clinical personnel.
Prepares patients for examinations and performs routine screening tests; assists physician with exams; explains treatment procedures and physicians' instructions to patient.
Observes patients and reports any changes in patient conditions to the PCP, Clinician, Specialist and/or other clinical personnel.
Perform non-critical medical and therapeutic procedures based on medical instructions. Collects phlebotomy and other lab specimens; performs basic waived lab tests.
Prepares and administers medications; changes dressings, applies bandages, removes sutures and other first aid procedures; uses CPR skills when necessary, all under physician supervision.
Maintains supplies, equipment, stocks and sterilizes instruments; practices OSHA safety standards; performs accurate, legal, and ethical documentation at all times.
Processes patient phone messages, returning calls and routing them to other team members as appropriate; calls patients to obtain and relay pertinent information for the physician.
Upon physician approval and authorization, calls in prescriptions to the pharmacy. Uses communication skills with appropriate medical terminology; and follows appropriate legal and ethical professional conduct; authorized individuals will use the ChenMed Rx system to support physician medication dispensing.
Provides health coaching to a defined group of patients to support healthy lifestyle choices. Follows up with coached patients via weekly calls.
Performs other duties as assigned and modified at manager's discretion.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Good business acumen and acuity
Sound knowledge and understanding of general medical assistant functions, practices, processes, procedures, techniques and methods
Knowledge of medical products, terminology, services, standards, policies and procedures
Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills with a heart of compassion and empathy towards our patients and families
Exceptional oral and written communication skills, time management skills and organizational skills
Skilled in basic phone and computer operation
Ability to effectively collaborate and partner with team members, including physicians and other clinicians, market leaders, center managers, nurses, case managers, front desk staff, center managers, and market leaders
Mindset focused on resolving problems for patients and achieving team goals
Must be detail-oriented to ensure accuracy of reports and data
Ability to maintain effective and organized systems to ensure timely patient flow
Ability to act calmly in busy or stressful situations
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite products including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, database, and presentation software
Ability and willingness to travel locally, regionally and nationwide up to 100% of the time; flexible to work weekends as needed
Spoken and written fluency in English; bilingual (Spanish/Creole) a plus
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE CRITERIA:
High school diploma or equivalent education (GED) required
Graduation from a nationally accredited Medical Assistant program OR comparable healthcare vocational training (i.e., foreign-trained physician, paramedic, etc.) required
A minimum of 1 year of work experience as a Medical Assistant, Patient Care Technician or similar in a hospital, medical clinic or comparable environment OR documented clinical rotation training can be substituted for work experience
Experience working with geriatric patients is a plus
EMR system experience preferred
Basic Life Support (BLS) certification from the American Heart Association (AMA) or American Red Cross required w/in first 90 days of employment
We're ChenMed and we're transforming healthcare for seniors and changing America's healthcare for the better. Family-owned and physician-led, our unique approach allows us to improve the health and well-being of the populations we serve. We're growing rapidly as we seek to rescue more and more seniors from inadequate health care.
ChenMed is changing lives for the people we serve and the people we hire. With great compensation, comprehensive benefits, career development and advancement opportunities and so much more, our employees enjoy great work-life balance and opportunities to grow. Join our team who make a difference in people's lives every single day.