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Advanced Practice Nurse

The Advance Practice Nurse (APN) functions in an expanded professional nursing role with a collaborating physician.

Certified Medical Assistant

Responsible for performing a variety of duties that involve both the clinical and administrative areas such as assisting physicians and handling clerical, environmental, and organizational tasks. 

Certified Nursing Assistant

This position is responsible for assisting nursing staff with basic care and for helping patients with activities of daily living under the supervision of an RN or LPN.

Clinic Physician

The clinic physician is a member of the healthcare team who works in collaboration with other staff to provide comprehensive healthcare services to patients.

Clinical Specialist

This position is responsible for day-to-day supervision of nurses or other clinicians and allied health staff within specific clinical protocols.
 

EEG Technician

A nonexempt position responsible for assisting with electroencephalographs (EEG), an instrument that measures and records the electric activity of the brain, and related patient care.

EKG Technician

A nonexempt position responsible for assisting with diagnostic tests using electrocardiograms (EKGs) to capture patient heart rhythm and rate. 

Esthetician

The Esthetician must possess a thorough knowledge of the skin, have excellent facial massage and skin extraction techniques and possess excellent cleanliness and sanitation skills.

Health Educator

An exempt position responsible for designing and providing patient and community health education with an emphasis on patient instruction related to a variety of topics.

Laboratory Manager

An exempt position responsible for planning, directing and supervising a laboratory operation. Also conducts and interprets complex microbiological tests. 

Laboratory Technician

A nonexempt position responsible for providing technical support for laboratory operations.

Licensed Practical Nurse

This position is responsible for nursing care under the supervision of physicians and clinical services manager.
 

Licensed Vocational Nurse

Responsible for providing professional nursing care for clinic patients under supervision of the physician anda assists physician and staff in coordinating patient care.

Medical Assistant

Medical assistants are a crucial component to your practice’s clinical staff, but their roles can vary in breadth.

Medical Manager/Clinical Services Manager

An exempt position that must be prepared to deal with evolving integrated health care delivery systems, technological innovations and an increasingly complex regulatory environment.

Medical Scribe

Medical Scribes are individuals trained in medical documentation who assist a physician throughout their shift to increase the efficiency and the productivity of the physician they are working for.

Nurse Manager

An exempt position responsible for managing the daily operations related to nursing care in line with clinical practice standards.

Nurse Midwife

An exempt position responsible for providing prenatal education and support, attending childbirth, and supervising the general care of women and children directly after birth.

Nurse Practitioner I

An exempt position responsible for providing primary care services, including assessing, diagnosing, prescribing, treating, and educating patients.

Nurse Practitioner II

Responsible for providing primary care services, including assessing and managing patients in the clinic following established standards and practices.

Nurse Practitioner III

Functions independently and in collaboration with Clinic physicians in the delivery of gastrointestinal health care.

Nurse Practitioner / Advanced

Provides health care to patients in the hospital or office setting. Works in consultation, cooperation and coordination through a collaborative physician.

Orthopedic Assistant

Responsibilities which may include scheduling and organizing patient flow, accompanying patients to procedure rooms, etc.

Patient Care Coordinator I

Responsible for providing patient education, coordination and scheduling procedures. Assists physician with patient care and acts as a liaison between patients, staff and physician.

Patient Care Coordinator II

Responsible to greet patients, activate patient files, and move patients through a pre- determined protocol, on a walk in basis.

Patient Care Partner

The Patient Care Partner is responsible for assisting patients with questions, scheduling follow-ups, developing referral systems and helping patients with billing and reimbursement entities.

Phlebotomist

A nonexempt position responsible for performing venipuncture on patients.

Physician

Under indirect supervision, provides and manages direct health care for a specified patient population.

Physician Assistant I

Under general supervision, provides independent acute and/or routine medical care to a specified out-patient population.

Physician Assistant II

The Physician Assistant (PA) may perform duties only in the principal offices of the physician, public or private places or health facilities where the physician regularly sees patients.

Physician Assistant III

Under general supervision, provides independent acute and/or routine medical care to a specified out-patient population.

Physician Assistant IV

An exempt position responsible for practicing medicine with physician supervision including conducting examinations and writing prescriptions.

Physician Assistant V

Responsible for providing medical care under the general direction of the supervising physician(s).

Practice Nurse

Provides health care to patients in the hospital or office setting. Works in consultation, cooperation and coordination through a collaborative physician.

Registered Nurse

Responsible for providing professional nursing care for patients including assessment, treatment, care planning, and medical care evaluation by following established standards and practices. 

Sonographer/Ultrasonographer

A position responsible for using diagnostic medical equipment to diagnose various medical conditions. May specialize in obstetric/gynecologic, abdominal, neurosonograpy, or breast sonography.

Surgical Scrub Technician

Responsible for ensuring proper care and use of surgical instruments. Performs surgical scrubbing responsibilities as outlined below in an accurate, dependable and safe manner.

Team Leader

An exempt position responsible for day-to-day supervision of nurses or other clinicians and allied health staff within specific clinical protocols.

Triage Telephone

An exempt position responsible for providing triage telephone service to ensure prompt identification of patients with high-risk conditions. May outsource this service to contractor.

X-Ray Technician

A nonexempt position responsible for operating X-ray and fluoroscopic equipment that assists radiologists and/or physicians with diagnosing and/or treating disease and/or injury.

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