Deaconess Clinic Career Opportunities
At Deaconess Clinic, our vision is to be the medical group of choice for the region, recognized as the best place to work, practice medicine, and receive exceptional quality and cost effective care at the right time and in the right place.
Deaconess Clinic offers many opportunities for those seeking Monday-Friday day positions with no weekend/holiday requirements. If you are looking for a flexible schedule, we also have opportunities in our Deaconess Urgent Care and Express clinics that operate daily from 8 AM – 8 PM.
Deaconess Clinic has many locations throughout the tri-state, which may offer a desirable commute for those looking to work closer to home!
- Patient satisfaction scores consistently reach over 90%
- Number of providers and staff include 260+ providers and over 500 support staff
- Deaconess Clinic has increased from 19 to 32 locations over 10 years
Additional roles at Deaconess Clinic include:
Graduate Clinical Office Assistants
Medical office assistants are the first impression of a patient visit and provide clerical support for the office.
These professionals make up the front lines of a doctor’s office. They help coordinate the patient visits and facilitate the smooth running of the office.
One year of clerical and computer experience is preferred, along with physician office experience.
A high school diploma or GED is required.
MOA responsibilities include:
- Clerical staff working front desk
- Handles scheduling of appointments
- Collecting insurance information & payments
- Registers patients and assists in discharge process
Clinical office assistants are responsible for providing direct and indirect care, under the supervision of a physician, to patients who present with urgent, emergent or potential health problems.
The following certifications allow someone to be a COA - RN, LPN, CMA or RMA.
COA positions require graduation from an accredited medical assisting program or nursing program and require an RN or LPN license or CMA/RMA certification.
COA responsibilities include:
- Preventive care services
- General patient care, both hands-on and over the phone
- Assistance with procedures
- Documentation of activities
- Build relationships with patients & provide education
Certified Surgical Techs
- Candidates that have graduated from an accredited medical assisting or LPN or RN program may be hired in clinic offices while they await to take their certification/boards exam.
- This allows candidates to get started sooner after graduation.
- Certification/license must be obtained within set time frame of start date.
- General responsibilities include
- Prepare patient for examination, set up any necessary equipment
- Assist physicians with procedures and examinations within scope of training
- Demonstrate sterile technique during procedures and adhere to safe operating guidelines
- Requires graduation certificate from an accredited Surgical Technologist program
- General responsibilities include
- Explains procedures to patients and perform radiographic procedures using fixed equipment
- Use the film processor and develop film to render quality radiographs
- Obtain vitals and provide clinical support
- Requires graduation of approved school of Radiological Technology and registration by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT)
- Must be certified by the State Board of Health as Radiologic Technologist
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