Clinical operations: Patient care, organization of patient history, and communication with patients. Performed all aspects of physical therapy, including but not limited to, blood draws, and documentation.
Performed a variety of procedures including but not limited to: Sterile techniques, aseptic technique, organization of care, and patient education.
Duties included: Ordering supplies, organization of the clinical studies, and maintaining a clean and safe environment. Stocking and cleaning of the waiting rooms, and keeping the clinic running smoothly.
Responsible for organization of the laboratory, including distribution of all specimens, and preparation of reports for the infectious diseases of the deceased.
Provided clinical care for patients in the outpatient clinic, including organization of the Hospital, and providing follow up care for clients.
As a member of the hospital's safety Committee, I was responsible for the organization and distribution of all outpatient and inpatient cases.
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Administration of all aspects of the clinic, including but not limited to: budget, payroll, employee relations, staff development, patient satisfaction, and quality management.
Negotiated contracts with the practice and the administration of the organization. Implemented and maintained the organization's budget. This included the development of a new service system.
Managed the employee payroll program, including hiring, training, and supervising all employees. Developed and maintained a strong relationship with the company to ensure compliance with state and federal regulations.
Developed and implemented a new employee orientation program for the facility. Conducted monthly evaluations for therapy staff and managed the billing process.
Developed and implemented a new marketing strategy for the practice. Ensured that all the medical record and billing were properly maintained.
Increased the sales and marketing of the medical facility by establishing a new inventory system, which resulted in a significant decrease in the revenue of over 1.