Assist in the delivery of direct patient care, supporting providers in a complex, multiple physicians’ practice in an adult Urology ambulatory care setting. Cooperatively manage patient flow; perform routine laboratory support services; perform and assist in urological procedures; maintain equipment; order and stock supplies; maintain orderly clinic environment; provide direct patient care as assigned by the Provider. Use electronic medical record (EMR), MiChart, to complete patient intake, enter point of care orders, enter point of care results, etc.
Perform patient intake, including taking patient vitals and recording the following in the electronic medical record: chief complaint, vitals, patient history (including medical, surgical, family, social--specifically including smoking history, packs per day, etc.--menses status when applicable, medication reconciliation, allergies, and entry of point of care testing orders as assigned
Enter point of care testing results into MiChart
Set up and assist in urological procedures, i.e., Cystoscopies, Prostate Biopsies, Penile dopplers, etc.
Perform urological procedures i.e. Leak Point Pressure, Uroflow, pressure flows, bladder scanning, urinalysis, bladder irrigation, voiding trials, wound dressings
Prepare and prep patients for procedures
Administer antibiotics to patients, per Provider instructions
Instruct patients on procedures per written guidelines
Provide clinic assistance by taking vital signs, preparing specimens and assisting patients
Perform high level disinfection of urologic equipment according to infection control standards
Maintain Urology Lab
Maintain equipment as necessary
Maintain stock levels in treatment rooms and exam rooms
Assist with Provider schedules as necessary
Other duties as assigned
Certification as a Medical Assistant
Experience working within a complex health care setting
Familiarity with Michigan Medicine electronic medical record systems
Knowledge of University policies and procedures
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