We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join our ever growing team here at Bingham. You must be willing and able to learn new skills and adapt to change often, as the medical field is ever changing.
You must have good communication skills and be detail oriented. We have multiple providers and specialties and provide services in several of our surrounding areas. If you are looking for a rewarding and fulfilling career and enjoy fast paced environments this will be a good fit for you.
Minimum Education: Associates degree and/or bachelor degree in nursing.
Minimum Work Experience: 2 years nursing experience minimum; inpatient, outpatient, social work, and/or case management experience preferred.
Required Licenses / Certifications: LPN or RN and BLS certification required; RN preferred.
Required Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities: Excellent verbal and written communication skills, nursing skills and ability to multitask. Must be a self-starter, willing to develop efficiencies in clinic scheduling.
BASIC PURPOSE OF THE JOB
The Residency Clinic Coordinator goals are to 1) efficiently schedule residents within their respective clinics, 2) help build a larger panel of patients by scheduling unassigned/ at discharge, and 3) establishing efficiencies within residency clinics. The nurse in this role will primarily focus on coordinating patients and residents' schedules within the continuity clinic settings.
The nurse will work with schedulers and clinical staff to ensure schedules and responsibilities are coordinated. Another area of focus will be to work within the inpatient setting, scheduling unassigned patients at discharge. While the duties listed will be the focus of this role, the nurse may also assist primary care providers and their clinics in other areas, such as helping these clinics perform Medicare Annual Wellness Visits.
Any other duties or tasks that will enhance residents' experiences within the resident clinics. Run reports identifying unassigned patients within an outpatient, inpatient and emergency medicine settings.
Building a relationship with scheduling and nursing staff within an outpatient clinic setting. Become familiar with inpatient and outpatient EMR systems and perform a variety of functions. Schedule and reschedule residents within their respective clinics.
May be required to educate resident physicians regarding their practice habits, cost of patient care, or other didactic topics as assigned. Support and encourage patients in their goals and care plan adherence through phone calls and in-person clinic visits. Perform clinical duties when directly working with patients within an outpatient clinic setting.
Interact with the Graduate Medical Education team, understanding roles of each team member, i.e. program coordinators, program director, DIO, etc. Attend conferences or education as relevant to the position. Promote resident clinics within community or outreach settings.
Understand ACGME regulations as it pertains resident activities. Nurse will work directly with attending physicians within each assigned clinic and inpatient attending physician.