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Texas Children’s Pediatrics is the nation’s largest primary pediatric care network with more than 200 physicians dedicated to the health care needs of infants to teenagers in over50 locations throughout the greater Houston area. As part of our goal to build a community of healthy children, Texas Children's Pediatrics Community Cares Program provides trusted, high-quality pediatric medical services for children who otherwise would seek care from emergency centers or possibly go without care or treatment due to low family incomes and/or lack of health insurance.
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We are searching for a Clinical Supervisor—someone who works well in a fast-paced primary care setting. In this position you’ll supervise and direct clinical staff and gather information, asses and provide direct care to patients. We need someone who considers developmental age in approach to and preparation of patients.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
- Supervises staff
- Assist with the collection of patient/family data
- Provides general patient care
- Administers medication
- Assists with education of patient/family
- Coordinates referrals
- Triages patients
- High School graduate, GED or equivalent
- Graduation from an accredited school of medical assisting or school of licensed vocational nursing or Graduation from an emergency medical technician program
- LVNs: Current license/permit to practice vocational nursing in the State of Texas
- CMA’s: Certification as a certified medical assistant (CMA); or registered medical assistant (RMA); or national certified medical assistant (NCMA); or certified clinical medical assistant (CCMA); or national registered certified medical assistant (NRCMA)
- EMT's: EMT - Emergency Medical Techn Texas Department of State Health Services; Or EMT-B - Emergency Medical Techn-Basic Texas Department of State Health Services; Or EMT-I - Emergency Medical Techn-Interm Texas Department of State Health Services; Or EMT-P - Emergency Medical Techn-Parame Texas Department of State Health Services; Or LIC PAR - Lic-Paramedic Texas Department of State Health Services
- Current certification in American Heart Association Basic Life Support for health care providers
- One (1) year clinical experience
- One (1) year supervisory experience is preferred
- Fundamental knowledge of pediatric assessment and treatment
- Knowledge of related OSHA, CLIA and JCAHO guidelines and requirements, general office tasks, confidentiality and filing system
- Ability to use thermometer, scales, sphygmomanometer/stethoscope, scalp vein needles, hearing/vision screening equipment, pulse oximetry, typanometer, basic laboratory, i.e., microscope, centrifuge, hematology analyzer, and specimen collection
- Proficiency with treatments such as nebulizer, ear irrigation, and dressing changes
- Excellent customer service skills
- Ability to act in a professional manner, to type, to file, to use multi-line telephone, computer, fax, copier and adding machine
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