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Department: Heart Clinics Northwest - Sandpoint
Schedule: Part Time
Shift: Days
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Job Details:
  • JOB SUMMARY:

    Assists in examination and treatment of patients under the direction of a physician. Interviews patients, measures vital signs (i.e., pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, weight, and height), and records information on patients' charts. May be required to draw and collect blood samples from patients and prepare specimens for laboratory analysis. Prepares treatment rooms for examination of patients.  Familiar with standard concepts, practices, and procedures within a particular field. Relies on limited experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. Typically reports to supervisor or manager.

    Performs other related duties as assigned.

     

    Minimum Qualifications:

    1. High School Diploma or equivalent required.
    2. Completion of accredited Medical Assistant Program or equivalent education/experience required.
    3. BLS Required.  Current AHA Healthcare provider, American Red Cross, AHA Health Saver or KMC BLS within 60 days of hire.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

    • On feet a minimum of 8-12 hours, depending on length of shift.
    • Frequent stooping, bending, reaching, lifting and pushing heavy equipment.
    • Read charts, dials, equipment settings, literature and other printed and handwritten materials.
    • Communicate with patients, physicians, families and co-workers in person and on telephone.
    • Work with equipment and manipulate equipment settings, computer keyboard, etc.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT: 

    • KMC operates 24 hours per day each day of the year, operational needs of departments may require that you be available to work all shifts, weekends and holidays to meet the needs of the patients.
    • Work is normally performed in a typical interior work environment.
    • Potential exposure to contagious diseases, body fluids, hazardous chemicals, needles and other infected material.
    • Potential exposure to unpredictable behaviors from patients and families.

     

     



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