Enjoy exceptional benefits including health, dental, vision and life insurance.
All employees are eligible to invest in the 401k program once they have completed their initial 90 day employment period.
Full-time and part-time employees earn vacation.
Salaries are competitive and the hours are excellent.
Most positions, including medical positions, are daytime Monday-Friday shifts.
Join our team of over 200 employees in the rewarding and stable healthcare field.
Temperature Screener, Full-Time
Radiology Technician with Phlebotomy
Radiology Technician with Phlebotomy experience or willing to train
Thursday 1-7, Friday 7:30-7:00, Saturday 8-4, and Sunday 8-4 –
Responsible performing x-ray exams and related duties. Participates in a team environment to include open communication, trust, accountability and mutual respect.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Minimum requirements include: High school diploma or equivalent. Graduate of accredited radiology technician training program. Registered by ARRT, current CPR certificate. Knowledge of x-ray technical principles, policies, and procedures, anatomy and physiology necessary to perform testing, patient safety procedures, and quality care standard. Minimum one year of experience in x-ray. Proficient in MS Office preferably in Excel and Word; ability to work with limited supervision; possess strong verbal communication skills, good organization skills and attention to detail. Duties to include to not limited to:
- Performs x-rays following established procedures for patient care and safety.
- Uses a variety of radiation protection and shielding materials
- Prepares contract media and barium.
- Ensures equipment is in working orders.
- Logs radiologic procedures completed.
- Processes paperwork.
- Maintains examination rooms.
- Stock necessary medical and radiologic supplies.
- Develops and processes radiologic films.
- Prepares equipment to efficiently collect blood products.
- Performs venipuncture, and capillary punctures on patients as directed by physician and following medical practice protocols related to safety, infection control, and confidentiality.
- Conducts laboratory tests on specimens. Enters data into computer..
- Instructs on urine collection procedures.
- Cleans/sterilizes equipment, instruments, and work area following safety, cleanliness, and infection control procedures.
127 Crestview Park, Dickson
Medical Assistant Endoscopy
The endoscopy medical assistant supports and assists the gastroenterology (GI) specialists while they use endoscopes to perform exploratory procedures of the stomach, colon, and esophagus. Some of these procedures include preparation and biopsy specimen collection. The endoscopy medical assistant handles the instruments, supplies, and equipment necessary during the surgical procedure. He/she has an understanding of the procedure being performed and anticipates the needs of the surgeon. He/she has the necessary knowledge and ability to ensure quality patient care during the operative procedure and is constantly on vigil for maintenance of the sterile field.
Education: Medical Assistant Certification required.
Experience: 1-3 years of experience or the equivalent is preferred.
Duties and Requirements (but not limited to)
· Preparing and caring for the medical instruments and equipment used during endoscopic procedures.
· Responsible for maintaining clean examination area by setting up rooms, cleaning instruments, and upkeep of GI diagnostic equipment.
· Ordering supplies for endoscopy suite and physician offices.
· Build relationships with representatives for endo equipment. Be the main contact for any concerns about equipment or related issues. Be available to discuss equipment and demo any new products offered by those reps.
· Troubleshoot all issues in endo.
· Coordinate meeting times.
· Collaborate with entire management team to reach organizational and departmental goals.
· Handle routine operations of office and resolve issues.
· Knowledge of surgical principles, practices, and procedures.
· Facilitates patient care, by assisting the surgeon before, during and after surgical procedures.
· Demonstrates knowledge of and the ability to apply the Principles of Asepsis in creating and maintaining the sterile field.
· Performs sharp, sponge, and instrument counts according to policy.
· Participates in debriefing and quality improvement practices to ensure quality patient care.
· Knowledge of federal, state, and payer regulations and requirements related to surgical principles including patient safety, infection control, and confidentiality.
· Knowledge and proficiency with computer skills to include: EMR System, Microsoft Office programs, e-mail, and the Internet use.
· Standard office equipment including computers, fax machines, copiers, printers, telephones, etc.
· Occasional use of nursing equipment.
· Primarily in a surgical suite; some medical offices. Position is in a well-lit office environment.
· Occasional evening and weekend work.
· Involves standing approximately 90 percent of the day, sitting the remainder.