Typical pay range: $19.29 - $26.66
Medical Oncology Facility
This position is eligible for a combined sign on and retention
bonus in the amount of $4,000.00. To qualify for the bonus,
candidates must not have been employed by St. Charles Health System
in the last 6 months.
*Bonuses are available to external applicants only and are subject
to all applicable tax withholdings.
ST. CHARLES HEALTH SYSTEM
Manager – Cancer Center
March 26, 2018
Creating America’s healthiest community, together
In the spirit of love and compassion, better health, better care,
Accountability, Caring and Teamwork
The Cancer Center at St. Charles Health System is a
comprehensive cancer center that provides holistic care to our
patients. The cancer center provides chemotherapy, medical
oncology, infusion services, radiation therapy, integrative
medicine, nutrition, social work, survivorship and other supportive
care treatments. All of our staff support our patients in the
various stages of their treatments.
The Medical Assistant is responsible for daily
patient flow for each respective physician for whom they
work. Must use triage skills to make appropriate patient
health assessments and to anticipate physician's needs as they
relate to the patients' medical care. This position does not
manage any other caregivers.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES:
Escorts patients to exam rooms and prep for physician
Records and maintains patient's medical data in patient's
Assists physician with answering phone requests from patients
and/or other medical professionals and institutions.
Performs a variety of physician-requested ancillary and/or
patient procedures. (This excludes the administration of IV
Maintains equipment, instruments supply inventory levels.
Supports the vision, mission and values of the organization in
Supports Value Improvement Practice (VIP- Lean) principles of
continuous improvement with energy and enthusiasm, functioning as a
champion of change.
Provides and maintains a safe environment for caregivers,
patients and guests.
Conducts all activities with the highest standards of
professionalism and confidentiality. Complies with all
applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures, supporting
the organization’s corporate integrity efforts by acting in an
ethical and appropriate manner, reporting known or suspected
violation of applicable rules, and cooperating fully with all
organizational investigations and proceedings.
Delivers customer service and/or patient care in a manner that
promotes goodwill, is timely, efficient and accurate.
May perform additional duties of similar complexity within the
organization, as required or assigned.
Required: High school diploma or GED.
Preferred: Graduate of an accredited Medical Assistant
Required: Current MA Certification from one of the
following; The American Medical Technology Association (AMT), The
National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT), The American
Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA), The National
Association for Health Professionals (NAHP) Certification, or
licensure as a paramedic level EMT, Oregon LPN, or Oregon RN.
AHA Basic Life Support for Healthcare Provider
Valid Oregon driver's license and ability to meet St. Charles
Health System driving requirements. Ability to travel to
business functions/trainings/meetings and all St. Charles Health
Required: Must have basic knowledge of ICD-9,
CM/CPT/HCPCS coding conventions and procedures. Working
knowledge of medical practice management information systems.
Basic knowledge of physician office documentation standards.
Must be able to maintain confidentiality and meet all HIPPAA
Preferred: Two (2) years of Medical Assisting
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:
Must be able to wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment
(PPE) required to perform the job safely.
Continually (75% or more): Standing and walking, keyboard
operation, use of clear and audible speaking voice and the ability
to hear normal speech level.
Frequently (50%): Sitting, lifting/carrying/pushing or
pulling 1-25 pounds. The use and operation of a motor vehicle for
Home Health and Wound Caregivers.
Occasionally (25%): Bending, stooping/kneeling/crouching,
climbing ladder/step-stool (varies by area), reaching overhead,
lifting/carrying/pushing or pulling 25-50 pounds,
grasping/squeezing, ability to hear whispered speech
Rarely (10%): Climbing stairs.
Never (0%): Climbing ladder/step-stool (varies by
area), operation of a motor vehicle.
Exposure to Elemental Factors
Rarely (10%): Wet/slippery area, chemical
Never (0%): Heat, cold, noise, dust, vibration,
Blood-Borne Pathogen (BBP) Exposure Category
Risk for Exposure to BBP
Schedule Weekly Hours:
First Shift (United States of America)
Is Exempt Position?
Scheduled Days of the Week:
Shift Start & End Time: