LPN or Certified Medical Assistant

The Ideal LPN or Certified Medical Assistant is enthusiastic, engaged, willing and ready to provide care in a private office clinic, striving to achieve quality performance thresholds as a sincere, committed team member.

Committed and open to collaborating in our work

  • Brings energy and suggestions to daily clinic huddle prior to patient care
  • Team oriented and gets along with everyone, able to joyfully and mindfully communicate with others

Is forward-thinking in all matters pertaining to work and patient satisfaction

  • Seeks to achieve high-performance thresholds for positive patient outcomes
  • Is a good listener

Volunteers for projects and team activities involving quality improvements

  • Demonstrates a desire to identify patient needs
  • Open to learning how we do things and committed to learning that system and contributing to it
  • Works with physicians and support staff to coordinate patient care
  • Accurate documentation through electronic medical record system
  • Meticulous record keeping
  • Perform vitals
  • Medication reconciliation
  • EKGs
  • Lab tests
  • Tele-Health
  • Vaccinations
  • Phone triage and test results

Committed to own professional development

  • Engages in team training, meetings. and educational opportunities
  • OSHA compliance
  • HIPAA compliance
  • DHEC compliance
  • On-going Clinical Quality Measurement programs

Inspiring

  • Demonstrates leadership qualities through daily interactions with Physicians, management, team members, co-workers and vendors
  • Willingly offers assistance when needs are identified

Accountable

  • Own it/solve it mentality
  • Can take a project at any given stage and finish it
  • Is on time for everything
  • Integrity – do what you say you will, when you say you will do it
  • Works Saturday rotation (approximately 1:8)

Position: Both Full-Time  and  Part-Time
Benefits Offered Full-Time: Life, Dental, Vision, Medical, 401K
Part-Time (Benefits not offered for Part-Time)

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If there are no immediate openings, please complete an Employment Application and send all requested information to the appropriate email.

Provide an up to date resume.
Include employment dates & reason for leaving.
References are required; please include them with your resume.
Eligible candidates will be contacted to schedule an interview.  Interview candidates will be required to provide a urine specimen for drug screen.  Authorization for background check will be requested at the interview.

Introducing the CDC Mobile App for Kids

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) website, BAM! Body and Mind, offers kids information to make healthy lifestyle choices—focusing on the body, diseases, food and nutrition, physical activity, safety, and stress. BAM! serves as a classroom aide for teachers providing them with interactive and fun activities for students that are linked to national education standards. The BAM! site features games and quizzes that are both educational and entertaining. Designed for tweens aged 9 to 12 years old.

Do you have the Healow App?

You can now CHECK-IN to our new kiosk using your Healow App!

  • We have two kiosks on either side of the Reception window
  • Simply click “Touch to begin”


Choose the 3rd option “Scan QR Code”


Open up your Healow App on your PHONE & Click on “CHECK-IN”

  • Once you click “CHECK-IN” the QR Code will appear

  • The kiosk will then ask to take a picture of your QR Code
  • Simple hold your phone at about 6 inches away & facing the Camera ( If your phone is to close the QR code will appear Fuzzy)
  • Once the Kiosk has acknowledged your appointment, you will be prompted to confirm your demographic information.

Chronic Care Management: Improving Quality of Care

The CCM program is a welcome recognition that patients with complex needs require more attention than others. Investing in such programs, and doing so in ways that enable practitioners to provide such care in meaningful and sustainable ways, holds the promise of improving outcomes while cutting long-term healthcare costs.

Click here for the full eClinicalWorks article on Chronic Care Management and read about Mr. Grove’s story.