Job Opportunities

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Current Job Openings at Rinehart Clinic:


Bilingual Front Desk Receptionist

Job Summary:  The Rinehart Clinic in Wheeler, OR is seeking a full-time bilingual office receptionist to join our team. (Spanish speaking) This is a full-time position. Must be flexible, to include evening hours (until 7 pm).

Serves patients by greeting and assisting them, scheduling appointments, and maintaining records and accounts. Welcomes patients and visitors in person or on the telephone, answering or referring inquiries. Maintains operations by following policies and procedures.

Skills/Qualifications:  Multi-tasking, flexibility, telephone skills, customer service, time management, organization, attention to detail, scheduling, word processing, professionalism, quality focus.

Required Education and Experience:

  • High school or equivalent.
  • One year’s experience working in a medical office.
  • Bilingual Spanish speaker required. (Bicultural preferred.)

Wage:  DOE.  Benefits include medical, dental, vision benefits, 401K, vacation, and sick pay.

Download an application at the top of this page, or contact Human Resources at humanresources@rinehartclinic.org to have one emailed. You can also stop by the CLINIC at 230 Rowe St. to pick up an application.


Medical Assistant

Job Summary:  The Medical Assistant I (Certified) will perform duties to assist the Clinic providers in the delivery of primary medical care as needed and within the parameters of their certification.

Duties:
• Prepares patients for provider, including greeting patients, patient check-in and check-out, questioning patients as to problems, recording chief complaint, obtaining vital signs and other lab work as indicated and prepares patients for individual treatment and appropriate examinations.
• Assists providers in healthcare activities, performance of diagnostic and/or therapeutic procedures.
• Helps keep providers on schedule; monitors and adjusts patient flow and limits interruptions.
• Ensures an appropriate environment for delivery of healthcare by assisting, in general, with maintenance and housekeeping (e.g., maintaining equipment, locking and securing areas, and maintaining work areas in a clean, safe, and orderly fashion.
• Participates in daily team huddle with assigned provider.
• Collects viable specimens from the clinic’s patients, performs all in-house testing, prepares specimens/records for outside lab procedures and records lab results.
• Records results of all appropriate labs in the patient’s medical record.
• Gives injections only under the medical supervision of the provider.
• Completes all records and reports as assigned and supervised.
• Scribes for medical provider as assigned.
• Participates in the community health center’s quality assurance activities and performs duties in accordance with applicable standards.
• Develops and maintains skills by seeking consultation from appropriate sources.
• Receives telephone calls from patients, organizing provider’s priorities.
• Makes follow-up telephone calls to patients on lab/radiology reports and makes appointments.
• Attends all clinical updates, meetings and trainings.
• Assists in tracking patient care in the OCHIN system.
• Maintains strictest confidentiality; adheres to HIPAA guidelines/regulations.
• Participates as a team member.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.

Skills/Attributes:
• Ability to proficiently and accurately read and write in English.
• Excellent telephone, communication and interviewing skills.
• Proficient computer skills; ability to use multiple types of programs, i.e., word processing, electronic health record.
• Ability to prioritize multiple tasks and perform efficiently and effectively in a stressful environment.
• Ability to work in fast-paced setting.
• Empathy and understanding of patients with special needs.
• Ability to work effectively with people from diverse social, cultural and ethnic backgrounds.

Qualifications:
• High School graduate with 0-1 year of experience in a primary medical care setting and/or completion of a medical assistant’s educational program at an accredited school.
• With one year of experience as a medical assistant prior to employment, certification exam must be passed within six months of employment.
• With no experience as a medical assistant prior to employment, certification exam must be passed within 15 months of employment.
• Experience with an electronic medical record.
• Ability to learn to perform laboratory tests and willingness to assist other staff as necessary.
• Ability to make accurate technical and visual observations of patients.
• Ability to relate well to patients and staff.
• Current CPR certification.

Immunizations:
• TDAP

Physical Requirements:
• Standing/walking; predominant daily position.
• Bending, stooping, lifting, positioning; predominant daily physical activities while performing duties within clinic practice.
• In performing job duties may be exposed to blood and body fluids and hazardous chemicals; sight, auditory, tactile and olfactory senses exposure.
• Operating technical equipment.
• Computer screen, mouse and keyboard usage.
• Telephone usage.
• May be required to work various shifts, weekends, holidays or overtime.

Download an application at the top of this page, or contact Human Resources at humanresources@rinehartclinic.org to have one emailed. You can also stop by the CLINIC at 230 Rowe St. to pick up an application.


CADC II or III Counselor (Full-Time)

Job Summary:  Certified Addiction Counselor (II or III)

Location:  Northern Oregon Coast, 100+ year old primary care community-based Federally Qualified Health Center approved for renewable student loan repayment through the National Health Service Corps.

Benefits:  Competitive salary, full medical, dental, vision, 4 weeks vacation, retirement plan available, CME, time off, partial relocation assistance negotiable.

Average number of patients per day: 10

Patient mix:  Patient-Centered Medical Home, Primary and Urgent Care, Family, Internal and Pediatric Medicine, Women’s Health, Geriatrics, Sports Physicals & Immunizations

Start date:  Immediate

Experience:  CADC II or CADC III with minimum two years outpatient experience in primary care, hospital, or addictions setting. Bilingual (English/Spanish) given a priority.

Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the Rinehart Clinic is on the beautiful Oregon coast in north Tillamook County. The Clinic is minutes from hiking and biking trails, kayaking, year-round fishing, wineries, ocean vistas and Nehalem Bay.

The Clinic’s service area is federally-designated as Health Professional Shortage and Medically Underserved Areas. The Clinic provides high quality, complete, personalized medical care for local residents and visitors to the Coast.

Download an application at the top of this page, or contact Human Resources at humanresources@rinehartclinic.org to have one emailed. You can also stop by the CLINIC at 230 Rowe St. to pick up an application.