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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a FGP Patient Care Assistant, based in Midwood, Brooklyn at our Brooklyn Endoscopy and Ambulatory Surgery Center. You will be expected to work a schedule similar to this below for a total of 37.5 hours per week:
Sunday (one Sunday a month; if a Sunday is worked, then you will get a day off during the week)
In this role, the successful candidate is responsible for assisting physicians and nurses in providing patient care.
Obtains vital signs, weights, and EKGs when needed, and all other tests within the scope of the practice. Assist with blood collection/phlebotomy as needed.
Assist with maintaining patient flow to and from exam rooms and treatment areas. Assists in escorting patients and specimens throughout the facility.
Ensures chart is available, with relevant lab work and test reports if indicated, for the physician when the physician sees the patient.
Stocks exam room/treatment rooms with medical supplies, linen, and designated chart forms. Notify the Office Manager when supplies are low.
Ensures exam rooms and treatment areas are cleaned after each patient leaves and prepared for the next patient. Assists with light housekeeping duties which include spills.
Assures completion of patient charges as per policy.
Assists patient with obtaining food, toileting, ambulating and maintaining comfort.
Assists physicians with procedures (e.g. GI procedures, all medical exams).
Cleans and sterilizes designated equipment after use.
Answers telephone in treatment area and assists staff in scheduling treatments.
Assists patients and communicate with Physicians to obtain prescription renewals as needed.
Performs other duties as assigned.
High school graduate or equivalent required. Competencies: Working knowledge of English is evident in verbal, reading and writing abilities; other language an asset; demonstrated ability in computer skills; proficiency in venipuncture and phlebotomy required. Minimum of one year of experience, as a Patient Care Assistant within the last two years.
Some college preferred.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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