Pros: Good benefits
Cons: they are only concerned with patients evaluations of their visits.
*Assisted with patient flow within assigned outpatient clinic setting. *Obtained vital signs. *Appropriately documented chief complaint and reasons for visits. *Accurately collected excretory specimens. * Obtained blood samples by venipuncture. *Administered vaccines. *Accurately performed tests, such as EKGs, urinalysis, heel sticks, Strep and Flu tests, and administered medication when requested by physician, requested POCT orders and documenting results. *Measured and recorded intake and output as ordered. *Prepared and assisted patients undergoing treatments, examinations and procedures. *Recognized patient care priorities, treatment plan, objectives and potential crisis. *Assisted with individual assigned panels with a resident and or faculty member. *Recognized and communicated patient needs and unusual occurrences with patient/families. *Managed inventory of supplies and equipment; *Performed PeopleSoft Ordering supplies, communicating with vendors for pricing and anticipated delivery date.