Phlebotomist / Patient Care Specialist - Associate Wellness, Per Diem
Health First, Inc.
 Melbourne Beach, FL

To be fully engaged in providing Quality/No Harm, Customer Experience, and Stewardship by: assisting in medical care of patients and supporting front desk functions as needed under the direction of the providers, clinical associates or operational leadership.


  • Accurately prepares and performs point of care testing such as urine dipstick, blood glucose, etc. as directed by LPN, RN or provider.
  • Administers all medications as ordered and assures all documentation is noted.
  • Knowledge regarding location of emergency equipment/supplies and how to use such equipment/supplies.
  • Familiar with the Health First Emergency Kardex and responsibilities as a Health First Associate.
  • Appropriately performs patient clinical intake, assists other clinical providers with office procedures, and accurately documents patient data.
  • Administers injections that are ordered.
  • Answers internal and external customer inquiries, directing messages to the appropriate individuals.
  • Demonstrates and maintains working knowledge of front desk procedures and assists in these functions when dictated by workload.
  • Communicates effectively with customers (patients, physicians, and other Health First Associates) practicing excellent customer relation skills at all times while organizing and directing daily medical assistant functions.
  • Ensures that all exam rooms and equipment are stocked, cleaned, and ready for the next patient.
  • Mentors co-workers and students.
  • Able to assist patients with scheduling questions by accessing the scheduling system and ability to print needed information.
  • Provides patient follow up and education to ensure patient’s participation in their care.
  • Identifies and addresses informal complaints of patients or employees and refers formal issues to immediate supervisors or appropriate departmental directors.
  • Provides a communication channel for Practice Manager and other departments.
  • Communicates effectively both verbally and written with physicians, supervisors, co-workers, patients and vendors.
  • Coordinates medical supply ordering with site manager.
  • Utilizes supplies/equipment in a proficient and cost-effective manner when performing various procedures.
  • Completes all required documentation and/or required forms.
  • Demonstrates effective time management skills.
  • Remains flexible and adaptable to changes in workflow, processes, etc.
  • Accepts changes to the schedule or workflow based on patient volumes.
  • Assists Site Manager with implementing and ensuring compliance with policies.
  • Responsible for reporting to supervisor and/or appropriate departmental supervisor any technical, mechanical or electrical issues as well as suite maintenance needs or problems.


  • Certification or licensure in a medical field required.
  • High school graduate or equivalent.
  • Certified Medical Assistant, Phlebotomist, Paramedic and LPN welcome to apply
  • Ability to use and operate a computer.
  • Good organizational and communication skills.
  • Knowledge of medical terminology.
  • Must hold current AHA BLS Healthcare Provider Completion Card prior to start date and maintain