High School graduate or equivalent.
Medical Assistant Certification or Nursing license preferred; or equivalent experience.
Excellent written and oral communication skills. Excellent time management
Excellent organizational ability.
Possess the ability to plan and execute work projects.
Possess the ability to work productively, either independently or with other individuals.
Proficient in communicating in the English language both written and verbally.
Spine Team Texas Attributes
In order for Spine Team Texas to meet the goals expressed through the company mission statement, it is imperative that all employees possess the following attributes:
Knowledge – The blending of job related education, skills and experience.
Quantity – Level of satisfactory output generated in position per unit time.
Accuracy – Absence of errors.
Judgment – Capacity to make reasonable decisions.
Innovation – Imagination and creativity used to better position.
Appearance & Habits – Personal habits, grooming, uniform / clothing.
Orderliness – Organization of the individual’s work and work area.
Courtesy – Respect for feelings of others. Politeness on the job.
Cooperation – Willingness to help others accomplish their objectives.
Initiative – Voluntarily starting projects. Attempting non-routine jobs and tasks.
Reliability – Dependability and trustworthiness.
Perseverance – Steadfast pursuit of job objectives when faced with unexpected obstacles.
Stability – Even temperament. Acceptance of unavoidable tension and pressure.
Alertness – Ability to quickly understand new information and situations.
Professionalism – Professional actions, communications and attitude.
Team work – Ability to work in a team for the betterment of staff, patients, and the Company.
Observance – Observance of Company policies and procedures.
Attendance – Consistent adherence to work schedule.
This position is responsible for providing timely and efficient support to all medical staff and patients within the clinic. Also responsible for the maintenance and supplies of clinic rooms, pods, and medicines. Outstanding customer service via phone and in person is imperative for this position. It is the responsibility of this position to provide patient care in the form of vital signs, explanation of prescriptions and general visit, and escorting the patient to appropriate areas of the clinic. It is the responsibility of this position to provide accurate, and appropriate information to authorized individuals in a timely and efficient manner. Other duties and responsibilities may be required by the Spine Team Texas Director of Compliance, or a member of the Medical Staff.
All Spine Team Texas employees are required to maintain the highest level of customer service at all times. Employees must always speak in a kind, courteous and professional manner when dealing with a patient/customer or co-worker. Employees are required to fulfill the Spine Team Texas mission of “Offering an Unparalleled Patient Experience!” All employees must exhibit a spirit of cooperation and positive attitude. Professionalism is to be maintained at all times.
Spine Team Texas was founded on a team concept approach. To build and enhance the team, each employee must contribute positive interaction, promote value and be a “team-player” not only for their unit or department, but for Spine Team Texas as a whole.
Physical Requirements and Work Environment:
Must be able to be on feet and walking for long periods of time. This position works in a well-lit, air conditioned clinical environment. Must have ability to assist in lifting patients if needed. Must be able to work under pressure. Tasks may involve exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials.