The LPN works under the general supervision of the Practice Supervisor, an Ambulatory RN or other licensed provider to deliver excellent patient care completing the duties and responsibilities of the position while complying with the HIPAA and CVPH confidentiality policies. They are responsible to manage patient flow while supporting physician (s) to ensure efficient use of their time and minimize patient wait time. They are responsible to perform operational and quality/risk management duties according to regulations and protocols. The position requires regular use of independent judgment to interpret and apply policies, procedures and practices.
Manage patient flow including but not limited to:
2. Support In- Office Procedures including but not limited to:
3. Assist with patient calls to include:
4. Documentation of nursing care provided according to identified standards of practice.
5. Maintain medical supplies to ensure efficient patient flow with cost containment in mind
6. Establish and /or maintain a safe work environment according to OSHA, federal and New York State guidelines.
7. Monitor emergency equipment as relevant to the practice.
8. Maintain infection control practices for medical equipment including cleaning and maintenance of equipment.
9. Controls and protects medical practice assets and resources.
10. Maintain skill competency.
11. Demonstrate commitment to continuing education.
12. Other duties as assigned, including accompanying physician(s) on rounds to facilitate continuity of care and back-up to front desk as needed.
As applicable, the individual has training/competency in attending to the special needs and/or behaviors appropriate to the age of the patients for which care is being provided.