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Company: Wilson Health
Location: Sidney, OH
Career Level: Entry Level
Industries: Healthcare, Pharmaceutical, Biotech

Description

Wilson Health is looking for a direct hire Wilson Health Medical Group - Endocrinology Office – Clinical Medical Assistant/Licensed Practical Nurse for our location in Sidney, Ohio (North Dayton, Ohio) area. Key Perks and Benefits:

  • Pay (Shift Differential, Weekend Differential, Holiday Pay, and Direct Deposit)
  • Paid Time Off (Full Time & Part Time Paid Time Off)
  • Insurance (Medical, Dental, Vision, Long Term & Short Term Disability, Company Paid Life, and Others)
  • Retirement (Defined & Employer Contribution, Employer Match (no waiting period), and Various Investment Options)
  • Education Reimbursement (Tuition & Book Fee Reimbursement)
Employment Status: Full-Time (FT=36+ hours) Working Hours: 40 hours a week (80 hours per pay period) Shift: 1st shift (Flexible options: four ten hour days or four nine hour days and one 4 hour day)  Position Reports to: Office Manager                           Department Description: Wilson Health Medical Group network consists of more than 50 healthcare providers. Our physicians and Advanced Practice Providers offer the care to meet our communities medical needs with offices conveniently located throughout the region.   Job Summary: The Clinical Medical Assistant/Licensed Practical Nurse is responsible for assisting patients from lobby to office exam room where they will obtain various pertinent patient information (in relation to training) such as vital statistics, current medical concerns, as well as update on current medications and allergies. Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
  • Assist Physicians and anticipates duties that need to be performed and strives to make physician as efficient and effective as possible.
  • Greet patients and assist patients to examination rooms.
  • Obtains and accurately records vital signs, medical concerns, current medication, and allergies.
  • Educates patients/family members on topics related to the patient's medical conditions and care with guidelines established by the physician. 
Qualifications:
  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Certification as a Medical Assistant or Registered Medical Assistant. 
  • Graduation from accredited Medical Assisting program and/or two (2) years of experience working in the medical field as a medical assistant.
  • OR LPN  
Mission & Vision & Values:
  • Improve the health and wellness of the community by delivering compassionate, quality care.
  • Be a trusted, nationally-recognized leader of innovative, collaborative, community health.
  • A.S.P.I.R.E - Always serve with professionalism, integrity, respect, and excellence.
EOE (Equal Opportunity Employer)


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