- Assists in physical exams, drug screens, evidential breath testing, respiratory fit testing, audiometric testing, spirometry, blood draws, and injury treatment
- Responsible for performing quality controls on point of care testing.
- Demonstrates the ability to assist patients and visitors of all ages (infants, children, adolescents, adults, and/or geriatric) and demonstrates the ability to effectively work and communicate with them based on understanding their unique physical and developmental needs.
- Acts as a resource to companies for scheduling, tracking and billing of clients
- Acts as a resource for payment of services via prior authorization of treatment
- Establishes and maintains communication with clients in regards to their employee’s occupational health needs.
- Demonstrates behavior consistent with department and organizational customer service principles/service care standards.
- Assists office staff with registering of patients, scheduling, filing, and managing incoming and outgoing phone calls.
- Acts as a resource to customers regarding the facility and services.
- Assures adequate supplies for the occupational health department.
- Participates in off-site screening and services.
- Maintains established hospital and departmental policies and procedures, objectives, customer service guidelines, performance improvement program, safety, environmental, and infection control standards.
- Enhances professional growth and development of self and others through the following: participation in educational programs, education of hospital staff on urine drug and evidential breath testing, reviews current literature, and attends in-service meetings/continuing education classes
- Responsible for Point of Care glucose testing
- Must be able to complete the physical, sensory and mental requirements of the position (see attached form).
- Additional duties as may be assigned by your director/supervisor.