- Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
The Clinical Supervisor’s primary responsibility is to plan, organize and direct clinical functions of the individual office. Participates in clinical and practice-wide decisions. Works closely with administrative and medical staff in coordinating patient care service functions at the individual office.
Supports the philosophy, goals and objectives of the Practice.
- Supports, and performs according to, approved policies and procedures.
- Supports risk management and participates in programs directed to patient and staff safety.
- Considers patient rights in performance of job duties and responsibilities.
- Contributes to the quality management process.
Adheres to safety policies and procedures in performing job duties.
- Reports observed or suspected violations, hazards and noncompliance according to Practice policy.
- Observes safety measures in performance of job duties and responsibilities.
- Responds to emergency situations with competence and composure.
Communicates effectively with patients, visitors, doctors and co-workers.
- Interactions are respectful and courteous.
- Objectively evaluates suggestions and processes to identify opportunities to improve performance and quality of care or seeks further guidance, as needed.
- Communicates effectively and professionally using a translator when necessary.
- Communicates effectively to promote effective patient flow and to avoid scheduling conflicts.
Performs clinical coordinator duties and responsibilities.
- Ensures Practice policies and procedures are consistently implemented and followed.
- Provides assistance with developing policies and procedures.
- Ensures smooth office flow.
- Maintains confidentiality and unbiased treatment of staff members.
- Meets monthly or as needed with team to ensure effective communication.
- Trains or oversees training of new employees.
- Conducts, assists with or provides feedback for clinical staff performance appraisals.
Performs assisting duties and responsibilities.
- Reviews schedule at least one week in advance and prepare as necessary (make sure implants, abutments, splints, stents, etc. are available at the appropriate office).
- Assists doctors with surgical procedures (extractions, biopsies, implants, bone grafts, etc.); suction, irrigation, pass instruments, cut sutures, etc.
- Performs office procedures as directed (remove surgical splints, fit splints, remove sutures, place packs, etc.).
- Completes verbal orders (impressions, prescription requests, etc.).
- Prepares patient and room set-up for appropriate procedure/exam.
- Reviews post-op instructions with surgery patients.
- Reviews charts/paperwork before doctor sees patient; completes appropriate paperwork.
- Helps in workroom and with restocking clinical supplies.
- Utilizes computer system (time clock, reviewing schedules, scheduling appointments, etc.)
Other duties as directed.
- High school diploma or equivalent required
- Management training and experience preferred
- Oral and Maxillofacial surgery experience (2-3 years preferred)
- NC dental x-ray certification (preferred)
- CPR certification required
- Completion of Dental Anesthesia Assistant National Certification Examination
Carolinas Center for Oral & Facial Surgery
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