Department Name: M6500: AMB - Family & Community Medicine
The Department of Family and Community Medicine seeks a motivated, dependable individual to serve as a Licensed Practical Nurse/UKHC. The LPN will support the ambulatory clinical operations of the Family and Community Medicine Clinic through direct patient care in assistance to department faculty MDs, Advanced Practice providers, fellows and residents. The primary responsibilities of this position include: direct patient care in an ambulatory setting; clinical and clerical support to providers and team; demonstrate willingness to be of assistance and build strong relationships through customer centered care; participate in triage rotations fielding urgent patient calls; serve as expert resource in test preps, patient education and QA studies and reports.
Ability to work well with children and adolescents. Excellent customer service skills, time management and prioritization skills, team player, can adapt to change easily, and effective communication.
Position Time Status: Full-Time
Required Related Experience:
No experience required.
Required License/Registration/Certification :
LPN – Kentucky Licensure
Experience in managing multiple calendars, scheduling, nursing process and disease management, sound clinical skills, Electronic Medical Record experience and Clinical Triage experience preferred.
University Community of Inclusion:
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