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MEDICAL ASSISTANT, CERT. #68998 OR MED LIC PRAC NURSE #68999, COMMUNITY HEALTH DIVISION

Taking medical histories and recording vital signs. Explaining treatment procedures to patients and preparing patients for examinations and procedures Collecting and preparing laboratory specimens and performing basic point of car e laboratory tests on the premises. Disposing of contaminated supplies. Preparing and administering medications as directed by a physician or advance practice provider. Perform other clinical/clerical duties associated with various initiatives including contacting patients; via phone, mychart, etc., reviewing hospital alert file, assisting with COVID t est and referral scheduling and tracking including Administrative duties may include the following: Answering telephones and greeting patients. Updating information for eac h patient in his/her medical record, Entering completed patient registration forms in EPIC, Scheduling appointments and other administrative duties as directed.

Must have graduated from a Medical Assistant program accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education (CAAHEP)or the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). High school or GED graduation required. Certification by AAMA or AMT required. Certification by AAMA preferred.


RESEARCH PROGRAM LEADER, #68090, DUKE PA RESEARCH GROUP

This position will support the Physician Assistant Research Group.  The multidisciplinary research program includes projects utilizing national datasets, claims data analysis, survey development and administration, qualitative approaches (e.g. interviews) and intervention planning, and testing.  The successful candidate will assist and support all aspects of research and will interact with colleagues from the Department of Community and Family Medicine and other research groups internal and external to Duke University.


PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT # 102849 OR NURSE PRACTITIONER #102829, COMMUNITY HEALTH DIVISION

The Division of Community Health seeks a Family Medicine Advance Practice Practitioner (APP), interested in a rewarding experience delivering care to historically marginalized populations utilizing a combination of home visits, telehealth and in person clinical visits.  The APP will have the opportunity to see the patient in a clinic setting as well as visit the patient in their home.  The ideal candidate is willing to be mentored and comfortable with all three patient environments; clinic, home and video.  The clinician has to practice whole person care demonstrating empathy and confidence.

The APP applying for this position should have reliable transportation, be registered as a Physician Assistant or a Nurse Practitioner in North Carolina with approval to practice from the North Carolina Medical Board.  Two years’ of experience is preferable, but not required.