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Registered and Licensed Practical Nurse

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direct supervision of the Clinical Supervisor
performs patient-related duties which assess and address patient medical concerns. Nurses
will be responsible for following Care Standards and Measures as determined by the
Providers. Communicate gaps in care with the Provider. Positions include greeting and rooming
patients, team coordination, float, phone nurse consults, annual wellness visits, insurance
carrier programs, and group visits. RN/LPNs may be trained for some or all of the positions.
 Rooming nurse performs routine pre-examination procedures including taking vital
signs and assessing and recording objective and subjective data concerning the patient’s
presenting condition. Assists Providers with examinations and procedures. Obtain
updated patient narcotic contracts and perform narcotic drug screens, as needed per
 Prepares charts for upcoming patient visits. Identify patient needs based on chronic care
standards and standing orders. Discuss with the Provider, order tests, and communicate with
scheduling as appropriate to coordinate changes in the plan of care. Schedules appointments
for outpatient procedures and communicates dates, times, and patient prep information
to the patient. Provides patient education on services or conditions.
 Use Allscripts EMR system for accurate recording and reporting of patient conditions in their
medical record. Verify patient insurance and demographic information.
 Prepares and cleans the patient area, set-up equipment, clean and facilitates room set-up
after procedure. Maintains a clean and safe environment for patients and co-workers.
 The float nurse calibrates and checks equipment according to schedule or prior to use.
Performs substance abuse testing consistent with non-DOT and DOT guidelines and
Practice Policies and Procedures. Works with occupational clients to perform these tests
as ordered. Communicates appropriately with occupational clients regarding patient
 Phone nurse responds to incoming telephone inquiries to address patient questions
and concerns which are communicated to the Provider. Follows Provider’s directives
regarding communication to patient, process refill requests, and address Transition of
Care non-face-to-face discharges and responds to walk-in patient questions. Complete
prior authorizations for procedures using AIM, as well as for prescription refills.
 Inboxes and reports are assigned to staff to address gaps in care and/or contact patients
to schedule services or provide results.
 Maintains confidentiality of patient information according to Practice policies and
governmental regulations such as HIPAA and others.

A wellness nurse visit is focused on patient emotional, social, mental, and spiritual
health. Various screenings are performed. The results of the visit are shared with the patient’s
Provider and any necessary treatment plans are addressed.
 Insurance Carrier Programs may require assessment skills to review disease lists
and prep for Providers to address in upcoming patient visits. The method to return
information to carriers may vary.
 Group visits are led by RN/LPN teams to address the general considerations for a
specific disease type. Visits are planned and performed by nurses with input from
Qualifications: Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse credentials are required.
Experience is preferred.

Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) or Registered Medical Assistant (RMA

Cadillac Family Physicians PC is searching for a person who enjoys welcoming patients to office visits
with their Provider. We are a patient- centered medical home (PCMH) focused on providing the best
possible care to our community. The Medical or Registered Assistant prepares a daily appointment
schedule to identify services a patient needs based on medical conditions and reason for the visit. This
position supports the Provider by fulfilling medical tests, screenings, and immunizations.
The office is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm and Saturday from 8:00 am to
Noon. Full-time staff work 32-40 hours per week and share the rotation schedules for the late
afternoon, closer, and Saturday coverage. Although we would prefer a full-time person, we are open
to working with part-time team members. This position reports to the Clinical Administrator.
For full-time staff, we have a benefit package consisting of Michigan paid medical leave, medical
insurance premium reimbursement (QSEHRA) plan, and holiday pay after 3 months of seniority.
Earned time off and 401(k) retirement plan are available after 1 year of employment. The pay rate is
$17.50 per hour. Certified (CMA) or Registered (RMA) Medical Assistant credentials are required.
National Certified Medical Assistant (NCMA) or Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) may be
considered. Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) are not eligible for this position. Experience is

Individuals meeting the criteria may submit a cover letter and resume to

Medical Laboratory Technologist

Department: Laboratory

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direct supervision of the Lab Director,
Clinical Administrator or Lab Manager, performs laboratory specific tasks intended to provide
information for the Provider decisions and good patient care.
 Responsible for performing patient laboratory testing and reviewing the results for
 Responsible for the implementation/timely running of QC and calibrations and
reviewing the results for indications of a problem.
 Monitor quality control data from all instruments and test systems. Takes
appropriate corrective actions in the event of out-of-control values or trending of
 Performs routine maintenance and troubleshooting for all lab equipment, verifies
levels of lab supplies, and assists with other laboratory concerns.
 May be asked to oversee general lab functions in the absence of lab leadership.
Requests include leadership of lab or clinical personnel performing laboratory
testing, open or shut down the lab and provide back-up for the Lab Manager.
Communicate lab concerns to Providers and Team Leader.
 Responsible for detailed and accurate charting. Maintain EHR and other lab records
or logs for all patients.
 Enters all patient information into the Laboratory Information System (LIS) and
reviews all patient test results.
 Reviews all patient routers for billing information as appropriate.
 Responsible for the filing of morning Quest reports by matching charts with
appropriate lab reports using patient name and birthday.
 Prepares reagents, controls, and calibrates equipment for next day.
 Assists with review of orders and requisitions at the end of each workday to ensure
all requests were completed and manage future orders for accuracy.
 Cross-trained to perform phlebotomy or Laboratory Assistant responsibilities.
 Assists with ensuring laboratory complies with COLA and CLIA regulations.
 Assist with maintaining and updating laboratory procedure manuals. Ensure
reviewed annually and signed by Laboratory Director.
 Maintains confidentiality of patient information and ensures the patients’ rights to
privacy by following all HIPAA rules and regulations.
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor Degree in Medical Laboratory Technology with MLT or MLS
certification is required. Laboratory experience preferred.
BENEFITS (Full-time status): Paid Medical Leave, Holiday Pay, and Insurance Premium
Reimbursement program are available after 3 months of employment. Earned Time Off and
401(K) Retirement plan are available after 1 year. Hourly wage based on experience up to