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clinical coordinator

  • Provides nursing care in physician practices with particular emphasis on patient and educational activities. 
  • Coordinates and provides direct patient care. Manages telephone triage for patients with health problems. 
  • Collaborates with physicians and staff as needed to provide comprehensive health care to the patient and to reinforce physician’s instructions. 
  • Documents nursing actions and patient’s responses. 
  • Acts as a clinical support and resource to other clinical and clerical staff. 
  • Maintains environment characterized by trust, acceptance, recognition and respect. 
  • Complies with safety and emergency procedures consistent with policies and procedures. 
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clinical coordinator

  • Provide emotional support and reassurance for patients.
  • Provide oral health education to improve and maintain the oral health of patients.
  • Schedule appointments, prepare bills and receive payment for dental services and maintain records, manually or using computer.
  • Prepare patient, sterilize or disinfect instruments, set up instrument trays, prepare materials, or assist dentist during dental procedures. and sterilize dental instruments.
  • Help Manage business, supervising staff and handling paperwork and insurance claims.
  • Maintain business website and marketing campaigns. 
  • Maintaining compliments and complaints register and general incident register. 
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clinical coordinator

  • Reports possible problematic situations to the practice manager. Reports problems of a clinical nature to the physician(s). 
  • Assists with monitoring, assessing and implementing quality assurance measures. 
  • Participates in quality assurance activities and all training seminars. 
  • Demonstrates courtesy, respect and caring to patients, families, physicians and staff, and maintains professional rapport with all external parties and organizations. 
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clinical coordinator

  • Worked in a residential treatment facility for emotionally disturbed children and adolescents. 
  • Advocated for patients to resolve crises.
  • Organized  support groups or counsel family members to assist them in understanding, dealing with, and supporting the patient.
  • Modified treatment plans to comply with changes in clients’ status.
  • Planned discharge from care facility to home or other care facility.
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clinical coordinator

  • Assists in orientation of new employees to the practice, shares pertinent information and effectively teaches others to perform tasks accurately. 
  • Ensures confidentiality of employee, legal, client/patient, budget and all company matters. 
  • Develops the schedule for clinical support staff. Must coordinate with the physicians’ schedule and ensures adequate staffing is available at all times. 
  • Develops office procedures by working with the providers and the Practice Manager.