Rural Health Corporation of Northeastern Pennsylvania

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  3. THE MEDICAL/DENTAL DIRECTOR WILL THEN MAKE THE FINAL DECISION AS TO WHICH CANDIDATES WILL COME IN TO BE INTERVIEWED.
  4. I WILL CALL THOSE CANDIDATES, TO SET UP A DATE TO BE INTERVIEWED. AT THIS TIME, I WILL ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE REGARDING THE POSITION.
  5. THE CANDIDATES WILL FILL OUT AN APPLICATION FORM FOR THE POSITION WHEN THEY COME IN FOR THE INTERVIEW.
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SEE BELOW FOR CURRENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Full – Time RN at Valley Pediatrics

Full -Time Certified Medical Assistant
at
  Valley Pediatrics

Part -Time Certified Medical Assistant
at
  Freeland Health Center

Please Scroll To Bottom for Benefit Information

Full-Time
Certified Medical Assistant at

Valley Pediatrics

HOURS: Monday – Friday   8AM-4PM

SALARY $31,519

 A medical assistant is a multi-skilled healthcare professional who is enabled to interact with other medical professionals and who is qualified to work in both the front office (clerical) and back office (clinical).

BASIC FUNCTION:  

A medical assistant provides a variety of clinical and clerical duties to the physicians and other members of the practice site.

DUTIES:

 Clerical:

 Responsible for entering, recording, and running reports on new patients into the

PEC’s System.

Assists in daily pulling, filing and on-going maintenance of patient charts.

Prepare new charts, file reports and results in charts, and file charts in cabinets.

Substitute for medical secretaries during vacation and sick periods according to approved schedule and perform routine duties.

Opens and processes incoming mail and faxes, match reports and lab work with patient charts and distributes to appropriate provider.

Assists in the care and maintenance of office equipment.

Responsible for maintenance of confidentiality of all records as established by RHC policy.

Clinical:

Patient Charts: Pull, File, Prepare, and Organize

Prepare Exam Rooms: gather supplies, clean necessary equipment

Patient Data: Greet patients, take vitals, escort to room, question regarding visit

General Office Procedures: filing, typing, transcription, answering phones

Use Office Equipment: fax, copier, postage, etc.

Clinical Procedures: take blood pressures, height, weight, draw blood, give injections,

EKG’s, wound care, vital signs, crutch & walker training, urinalysis, and collect and

process specimens

Front Desk: greet patients, schedule appointments, answer phones, check-in &

check-out procedures

Understand and apply procedures for coding, billing, referrals, 3rd Party Guidelines,

reimbursement, claims submission, and managed care guidelines.

Sterilization of Equipment

Screen and follow-up patient test results

Triage patients

Examinations: Prepare Patients/Assist with Procedures

Medical Records: prepare and Maintain Data

Adhere to Universal Health Standards

Assist physician in paps.

Assist in cleaning and restocking of exam rooms.

Attendance and punctuality.

Adhere to all personnel policies in the conduct of personal and employment issues.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

 Continuous standing, walking or operating in work controlled position; light to moderate weights handled (5 to 20 lbs.), periodic awkward position. Burdensome exposure to above conditions. Tolerable but aggravating, without serious work impact. Including Ethylene oxide, blood, radiation, oncology, etc.

It has been determined that this job title has occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens and is covered under the RHC’s Exposure Control Plan. This plan was constructed in order to prevent the transmissions of blood borne pathogens by limiting occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials.

 REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS:

 Medical Assistant is directly responsible to the Center Director.

 SALARY SCALE:  Subject to scale and increments as approved annually by the Board of Directors.

VACATION ALLOWANCE:   Two (2) weeks.

QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent required. Certification as a Medical Assistant preferred. CPR certification and current Pennsylvania Operator’s License required.

The job description is not a contract. This is a guideline and can be expected to change over time.

Full – Time RN/LPN
at Valley Pediatrics

HOURS: MONDAY – FRIDAY 8 AM – 4 PM

SALARY:  $37,035/$32,000

BASIC FUNCTION:                                                                                       

To assist in the provision of primary and comprehensive health care as a member of a team of health professionals and provide direct care as required.

DUTIES:

To assist physician and/or mid level in health care of patients; to initially assess patient needs and prepare patients for examinations; take vital signs, assist in minor surgery and in emergencies under policies and protocol established by RHC.

To draw blood and prepare blood specimens for laboratory tests; perform the laboratory procedures done in center; maintain laboratory stock items and supplies.

To prepare and administer medications and give injections as directed by physicians.

To administer various treatments and take electrocardiograph tracings, and keep machinery and examination rooms in optimum condition.

To verify pertinent nursing information and be responsible for recording such in the medical record. Responsible, along with physician, for the recording of clinical data required for financial and statistical reports, i.e. completing specific items on encounters.

To teach patients in regard to diet, use of medication and other special care; provide counseling as required and instruction regarding common patient problems.

To interact with nursing students and PA students as required.

To attend appropriate continuing education and in-service programs, participate in employee and student evaluation as necessary.

To perform screening tests as needed, such as visual testing, audiometry, and pulmonary function testing. To ensure optimal functioning of equipment necessary for such tests.

To perform other related duties as requested.

 PERFORMANCE FACTORS:

Attendance and punctuality.

Adhere to all personnel policies in the conduct of personal and employment issues.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Frequent standing, walking or operating in work controlled position; moderate to heavy weights handled (20 to 50 lbs.), generally in optimal position. Disagreeable exposure to dampness, direct heat, noise, fumes, etc. Physician/patient contact, PC’s. Tolerable but aggravating, without serious work impact. Inc. Ethylene oxide, blood, radiation, oncology, etc.

It has been determined that this job title has occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens and is covered under the hospital’s Exposure Control Plan. This plan was constructed in order to prevent the transmissions of blood borne pathogens by limiting occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials.

 REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS:

Registered Nurse is directly responsible to the Director of Nursing and to the Center Medical Director.

SALARY SCALE:

Subject to scale and increments as approved annually by the Board of Directors.

 QUALIFICATIONS:

A nursing diploma from an accredited school of nursing and a Pennsylvania license to practice as minimum requirements, with appropriate patient care of reasonable duration desired.

 

BENEFITS FOR FULL TIME EMPLOYEES ONLY

GEISINGER HEALTH PLAN PPO                               
DENTAL RATES PAID BY RHC FOR INDIVIDUAL OR FAMILY
VISION
IND = (PAID BY RHC)
FAMILY=  (PAID BY EMPLOYEE)

 UNUM LIFE INS = NO CHARGE $50.000.00 POLICY
UNUM LTD = NO CHARGE
MALPRACTICE/ PROVIDED BY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
HOLIDAYS 
11 PAID HOLIDAYS
½ CHRISTMAS EVE
½ NEW YEARS EVE
PENSION
403B TAX SHELTER ANNUITY
401K PENSION PLAN – RHC=4.5%
VACATION:
2 weeks per year.
SICK TIME 10 DAYS PER YEAR/ 3.08 ACCRUED PER PAY
CAN ACCRUE A TOTAL OF 480 HRS.
PERSONAL DAYS
START= 2 DAYS BEFORE (DOH) OF MARCH, AFTER MARCH ONE PERSONAL TILL JULY 1ST THEN TWO
6TH YEAR= 3RD
9TH YEAR= 4TH
BIRTHDAY OFF – AFTER ONE YEAR OF EMPLOYMENT
FMLA AFTER ONE YEAR OF EMPLOYMENT
Employee Courtesy Allowances:
Discounts are granted to full-time employees if the employee and his eligible family members receive services provided by an RHC health center medical/dental provider.
Part-time employees working at least sixteen (16) hours per week are eligible for the medical and dental discounts; however, family members of part-time employees are not eligible.
Endodontics and prosthetics are not discounted for part-time employees.
Former employees, their spouses and their dependent children are not entitled to medical/dental discounts.
A discount applies only after all insurance benefits have been fully utilized.
Employee Responsibility: Employee will pay laboratory cost and other expenses RHC incurs for medical and/or dental services rendered.

 

Part -Time
Certified Medical Assistant at

 Freeland Health Center

HOURS: Monday – Friday   8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

SALARY   $15.50 per hour – No Benefits

 A medical assistant is a multi-skilled healthcare professional who is enabled to interact with other medical professionals and who is qualified to work in both the front office (clerical) and back office (clinical).

BASIC FUNCTION:  

A medical assistant provides a variety of clinical and clerical duties to the physicians and other members of the practice site.

DUTIES:

 Clerical:

 Responsible for entering, recording, and running reports on new patients into the

PEC’s System.

Assists in daily pulling, filing and on-going maintenance of patient charts.

Prepare new charts, file reports and results in charts, and file charts in cabinets.

Substitute for medical secretaries during vacation and sick periods according to approved schedule and perform routine duties.

Opens and processes incoming mail and faxes, match reports and lab work with patient charts and distributes to appropriate provider.

Assists in the care and maintenance of office equipment.

Responsible for maintenance of confidentiality of all records as established by RHC policy.

Clinical:

Patient Charts: Pull, File, Prepare, and Organize

Prepare Exam Rooms: gather supplies, clean necessary equipment

Patient Data: Greet patients, take vitals, escort to room, question regarding visit

General Office Procedures: filing, typing, transcription, answering phones

Use Office Equipment: fax, copier, postage, etc.

Clinical Procedures: take blood pressures, height, weight, draw blood, give injections,

EKG’s, wound care, vital signs, crutch & walker training, urinalysis, and collect and

process specimens

Front Desk: greet patients, schedule appointments, answer phones, check-in &

check-out procedures

Understand and apply procedures for coding, billing, referrals, 3rd Party Guidelines,

reimbursement, claims submission, and managed care guidelines.

Sterilization of Equipment

Screen and follow-up patient test results

Triage patients

Examinations: Prepare Patients/Assist with Procedures

Medical Records: prepare and Maintain Data

Adhere to Universal Health Standards

Assist physician in paps.

Assist in cleaning and restocking of exam rooms.

Attendance and punctuality.

Adhere to all personnel policies in the conduct of personal and employment issues.

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

 Continuous standing, walking or operating in work controlled position; light to moderate weights handled (5 to 20 lbs.), periodic awkward position. Burdensome exposure to above conditions. Tolerable but aggravating, without serious work impact. Including Ethylene oxide, blood, radiation, oncology, etc.

It has been determined that this job title has occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens and is covered under the RHC’s Exposure Control Plan. This plan was constructed in order to prevent the transmissions of blood borne pathogens by limiting occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials.

 REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS:

 Medical Assistant is directly responsible to the Center Director.

 SALARY SCALE:  Subject to scale and increments as approved annually by the Board of Directors.

QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent required. Certification as a Medical Assistant preferred. CPR certification and current Pennsylvania Operator’s License required.

The job description is not a contract. This is a guideline and can be expected to change over time.