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This position will lead the front office staff in the Brush Family Medicine Clinic in Brush, CO.
This position works to ensure the efficient and effective operation of the practice, including general office administration and daily operations. This position may also be responsible for assisting clinicians and nursing staff in providing medical care and utilizes specialized knowledge, judgment and skills necessary to provide appropriate patient care.
- Assists with the smooth operations of the practice and ensures quality patient experiences.
- Responsible for the daily workflow of the office. This may include direction, orientation, educational needs, performance reviews and disciplinary functions of designated staff.
- Assists in the resolution of operational and administrative issues and conflicts in a prompt and efficient manner.
- Covers front and/or back office functions. May also administer medications in accordance with established policies and procedures or as directed, and consistent with demonstrated competencies and state scope of practice.
- Develops and maintains effective working relationships with staff, providers, and other departments. Serves as a role model and resource person for providing quality patient care and patient information as needed.
- Assists in maintaining office policies and procedures in accordance with physician requirements, facility and system policies and procedures, standard practices of the profession, and related regulatory requirements.
- Assists with ordering, tracking and maintaining product inventory and replenishing and dispersing supplies to ensure all areas are appropriately stocked and supplies are readily accessible.
- Assists in maintains a clean, functional environment. Performs basic maintenance of equipment and coordinates needed maintenance for prompt repairs.
Requires a level of literacy and basic math skills as normally demonstrated at the level of a high school graduate. Certain assignments may require current certification as a Medical Assistant, Nursing Assistant or current LPN license. Requires a level of knowledge and ability normally demonstrated by at least two years experience in a physician's office or medical environment. Requires excellent communication and organizational skills.
Associate's degree preferred. Additional related education and/or experience preferred.