Demonstrate the ability to collaborate clinically with staff within various roles.
Demonstrate the ability to develop therapeutic relationships with patients
Demonstrate proficiency in completing paperwork and other office duties in a timely manner
Demonstrate proficiencies in patient care tasks such as vital signs, medication observation, and urine drug screens.
Demonstrate the willingness and ability to actively participate in helping achieve the objectives of the department; able to work independently, as well as, with a team.
Demonstrate the ability to complete all required trainings and/or certifications and attend all required meetings.
Demonstrate healthy communication skills when dealing with patients and their family members.
Demonstrate the ability to welcome and orient new patients and discharge departing patients efficiently and with compassion.
- Demonstrate the ability to be flexible with changing priorities; able to tolerate high stress situations/mental demands and make decisions that are ethically and legally sound.
Bachelor of Science degree in health related field preferred. High school diploma or equivalent required.
Work experience, particularly in a health care setting, preferred but not required.
Valid MS driver's license and good standing driving record.
Good verbal and written skills. Able to perform clinical/clerical tasks. Sensitive to needs of others and good interpersonal skills.