Swedish Medical Center is looking for a Patient Services Coordinator II, Licensed MA-C (1.0 FTE, Day Shift) to work in Liver Disease Management at Swedish First Hill in Seattle, WA.
The Patient Service Coordinator II, Licensed MA-C provides support and clinic coordination of multiple patient care services and wide spectrum of clerical duties while promoting the goals and upholding the ideals of Swedish Medical Center in providing excellent care and experience for our diverse patient population.
In this position you will:
- Room patients, take vital signs and document these in Epic, draw blood, and monitor and improve overall patient flow in clinic
- Schedule new patients, follow-up appointments, subsequent treatments, and requested diagnostic tests
- Acquire insurance verifications, referrals and authorizations
- Prepare and maintain patient medical records and reconcile billing issues
- Answer multiple phone lines and triage phone calls
- Act as a professional liaison with patients, families and other departments
Required qualifications for this position include:
- Graduate of certified medical assisting program
- Washington State Medical Assistant Certified or Medical Assistant Interim certification
- Current Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certification or ability to obtain within one month of hire
- Minimum of one year of medical assistant experience in a healthcare setting
- Proficiency in phlebotomy skills
- Ability to read, write, understand and communicate effectively and clearly in the English language
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
- Associate Degree or equivalent from a two-year college or technical school with emphasis in Health Care
- Knowledge of MS Word and Windows based applications and general office equipment
- Experience with Epic
About the First Hill Campus:
The 697-bed tertiary-care center on the Swedish/First Hill campus is the flagship of the Swedish health-care system. Swedish/First Hill has one of the most active and advanced birthing programs in Washington state and houses a Level III neonatal intensive-care unit. More surgeries are performed each year at Swedish/First Hill than at any other facility in the region; volumes include more total joint replacements than any other medical center in the state.