Sorry, this job is no longer accepting applications.
See below for more jobs that match what you’re looking for!
Good Shepherd Medical Center - OR
Hermiston , OR 97838
Posted 2 months ago
This Job is not relevant Tell us why
DEFINITION OF POSITION: The duties of a Scribe are to perform any and all clerical and information technology functions for a clinician including documenting the clinician dictated patient history, physical examination, family, social, past medical history, procedures, lab results, radiographic impressions and any other information pertaining to the patient's encounter in any clinical medical setting.
Primary goal is to increase the efficiency and productivity of the clinician while enhancing the patient experience.
Responsible for carrying out the mission, vision and quality commitment of Good Shepherd Health Care System.
QUALIFICATIONS: Education : High school diploma required.
EMT, C.N.A, or medical coding education desirable.
Two year or four year degree preferred.
Certification : Needs to attain Certified Medical Scribe status within 90 days of hire.
Experience : Minimum two years in a medical setting.
License : Current Oregon license in respected field.
Must be efficient in medical terminology, keyboarding, hospital procedures, and how hospital departments interact with each other.
Scribes work in a fast-paced environment.
Physical requirements include but are not limited to continuous standing during shift, repeated sitting, listening, fluorescent lighting, repetitive typing and key entry work, computer work, and other normal hospital conditions.
Ability to push and maneuver a portable computer on wheels.
The position may require some lifting up to 20 pounds.
Scribes will interact with patients, families, ancillary staff, nurses, physician assistants, physicians, and others.
Working Conditions: Generally an Inside environment however must be able to leave the department and assist patients into the hospital when appropriate.
Subject to frequent exposure to infection and contagious diseases and hazardous materials.
Occasionally subject to combative patients.
Variable noise levels.
Subject to rapidly changing environment and patient care demands often in critical situations.
Employees are expected to work as scheduled, including regularly scheduled evening, overnight shifts, weekends and holidays.