Hemophilia Medical Administrative Assistant
Under the direction of the Nurse Liaison Manager and Hemophilia Staff, responsible for performance of confidential and diverse administrative services, and data management for the Hemophilia Department. These include coordinating details of clinic operations, assisting with referrals and patient scheduling, as well as other administrative duties. Position also includes performing Medical Assistant duties during the Hemophilia clinic.
Associate degree preferred, or high school diploma with applicable work experience in administrative or related field preferred. Previous experience in health care required. Certification/Registration, or training through a Medical Assistant or Medical Administrative Assistant program required. Excellent communications and interpersonal skill to interact effectively with management, employees, and peers. Ability to interpret, comprehend and transmit detailed instructions. Ability to organize, prioritize and work independently as well as schedule and produce work in a timely manner. Broad knowledge of organizational operations and policies is required. High degree of integrity to keep confidential all information related to WMCC patients, employees, physicians, and institution related information. Requires proven expertise in administrative functions, including word processing skills and knowledge of medical terminology. Ability to work well with complex/challenging tasks.
Part-Time (0.50 FTE)
Mid-Level Provider (Physician Assistant / Nurse Practitioner)
Provides direct patient care under physician supervision. Primary duties will include: conducting patient office visits, evaluating or assisting patients receiving radiation treatments. Documents in patient medical record and dictates information as appropriate. Functions in the role of advanced practitioner to coordinate comprehensive care delivery.
Licensed in the State of Michigan as a Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner, or eligible to be licensed as a Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner. Graduate of an accredited Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner Program. Oncology background is a plus.
Full-Time 1.0 FTE
Patient Services Coordinator / Registration Specialist
Acts as a member of a team to assure the best possible reception, registration, and scheduling for patients, visitors and others. Supports physicians and other clinical staff in efforts to provide patient with the best possible services.
Knowledge of medical terminology (or completion of medical terminology within six months of hire). Good verbal and written communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to work collaboratively and respectfully with others. Time management and organizational skills. Ability to manage and prioritize multiple tasks. Ability to work effectively and efficiently under high volumes of patients and multiple interruptions. Knowledge of personal computer and Microsoft Windows. HS Diploma or equivalent required, college experience preferred. At least 3 years customer service experience required. Experience in medical facility is preferred.
Full-time (1.0 FTE) – 1 opening and On-call / PRN (0.00 FTE) – 2 openings
Help Desk Analyst
Assists the CIO and other IS personnel with administration of WMCC’s information systems and completion of projects. Assists WMCC staff in resolving hardware and software related problems and questions
Associates degree in related field and/or minimum of two years networking experience with Windows servers. Advanced knowledge of and proficiency with personal computer hardware and software. Excellent verbal and written communication skills required. Must have a “team player” attitude. Ability to define and resolve complex problems. Experience in desktop imaging and application deployment. An expert in supporting and maintaining desktops in an Active Directory environment. Understanding of Group Policies. Ability to organize, prioritize, and work independently as well as schedule and produce work in a timely manner. High degree of integrity to maintain confidentiality of all private information. Excellent interpersonal skills to interact effectively with management, employees, peers and the general public. Ability to interpret, comprehend and transmit complicated and detailed instructions. Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment, with ability to meet deadlines.
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1.0 FTE – Full Time
Research Protocol Nurse
Maintains quality through adherence to protocol guidelines. Provides patient and family education regarding complex treatment protocols and cancer care. Screens new patients for protocol potential, obtains informed consent. Identify specific patient needs relating to current problems. Evaluate diagnostic rest results. Triages phones calls from patients on research protocols. Assists in the completion of case report forms. Collection and shipment of patient biological specimens. Ensure adherence to protocol test parameters. Ability to thoroughly understand and put into practice Good Clinical Practices (GLP) and Human Research Protection (HRP) Policies.
Bachelors Degree in nursing or equivalent education plus experience highly desirable. Current State of Michigan license as registered nurse required. Three years experience working in oncology required, with certification in oncology and/or chemotherapy highly desirable. Good oral and written communication. Possesses problem solving skills. Well-organized and ability to handle several tasks at the same time. Knowledge regarding chemotherapy and radiation treatment. Working knowledge of chemotherapy and radiation side effects and remedial interventions.
Full-Time (1.0 FTE)
Certified Medical Assistant
Under the direction of the Lead Medical Assistant, responsible for assisting nurses, physicians and other staff with patient care, clerical, environmental, and organizational tasking, including preparing patients for office visits, maintaining patient/physician waiting rooms, and coordinating physician’s-patient room schedules. Provide information to patients so they may fully utilize and benefit from the clinic services.
High School diploma required, some college preferred. Completed a Medical Assistant program and is certified or registered as a MA. CPR certification required. Basic computer skills necessary. Scheduling experience preferred. Ability to communicate, both oral and written, technical and other procedures to all staff, physicians, patients and outside health care systems. Works as a team player. Ability to interact compassionately, with tact, and diplomacy, with cancer patients, their families, and/or caregivers. Excellent organizational skills, including planning, prioritizing, and completing delegated tasks. Ability to project a pleasant and professional image to patients, caregivers, volunteers, and co-workers.
Full-Time (1.0 FTE) – Multiple Openings
Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume and/or employment application to:
West Michigan Cancer Center
200 North Park Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49007
Phone: (269) 373-7468
Fax: (269) 373-7480