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JOB TITLE: Clinical Director
REPORTS TO: CEO and Medical Director
FSLA STATUS: 1.0 FTE; Exempt
JOB SUMMARY: The Clinical Director is an RN, NP, ARNP, or PA who leads and supervises the clinical and particularly the nursing care of patients. The Clinical Director ensures that care is conducted in accordance with established standards of care and organizational policies and procedures. The Clinical Director works with the Medical Director to develop and write clinical policies and procedures, to monitor compliance and to conduct quality improvement programs.
In accordance with Washington State nursing scope of practice WAC 246-840-705: The registered nurse performs acts that require substantial knowledge, judgment and skill based on the principles of biological, behavioral, health, and nursing sciences. Thus the Clinical Director oversees and participates in patients’ physical, emotional, behavioral and spiritual assessment, treatment or intervention, and case management.
The Clinical Director will play an integral role in the education and training of paid and volunteer staff, including about pregnancy and other topics pertinent to the services provided. The Clinical Director will also participate in representing the clinic to patients, donors and outside entities.
JOB TITLE: Medical Assistant
REPORTS TO: Medical Director
FSLA STATUS: 1.0 FTE; Exempt
JOB SUMMARY: The Medical Assistant is a certified Medical Assistant who plays a key role assisting in the clinical care of patients according to the scope of duties described in RCW 18.360.050.
The Medical Assistant helps to ensure that care is conducted in accordance with established standards of care and organizational policies and procedures. The Medical Assistant works with the Medical Director to review clinical policies and procedures, to follow compliance policies and procedures and to participate in quality improvement programs.
The Medical Assistant will work with the physicians or mid-level providers and report to the Medical Director. As an overview, the Medical Assistant will help with patient care, including obtaining and reporting patient histories or other clinical information in person or by phone, setting up and assisting with exams, ultrasounds, lab specimen handling and reporting of results as directed, assuring clean rooms and equipment, charting and related clerical tasks, and other patient care activities consistent with their certification. Phlebotomy skills needed, and if not certified the clinic will arrange for that training. The desired candidate is someone with excellent teamwork and communication skills who has a willing attitude and desire to be helpful to patients and co-workers.