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Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN)

House Ear Clinic Los Angeles, CA
  • Posted: 10 days ago
  • Full-Time
House Ear Clinic is a high-profile and very busy Los Angeles Clinic, currently searching for a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) to work in our Allergy Department. The duties include, but not limited, to the following:

  • Assist Physician with order as needed,
  • Perform procedures independently (i.e., give injections, skin testing, ear wax removal, misc. testing, etc.)
  • Provides Medicare patients with an Advance Beneficiary Notice if any lab test or procedure to be performed in the office will not be covered by Medicare
  • Make and send Allergy (Immunotherapy) vials as directed.
  • Provides patient education verbally and by providing written materials
  • Return patients calls with answers after consulting with provider
  • Prepares exam room for procedures i.e., allergy injections, allergy skin testing
  • Cleans exam room after each patient and stocks exam and procedure rooms with supplies
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Type: Full-time

Experience:
  • LVN: 2 years (Required)
  • EMR systems: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Allergy Clinic: 1 year (Preferred)

License:
  • California LVN (Required)

Work Location:
  • One location

Benefits:
  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Retirement plan
  • Paid time off


About House Ear Clinic

House Ear Clinic grew from the one-man practice established by Howard P. House, M.D. After completing his residency training in 1938, he travelled throughout the United States and Europe visiting renowned physicians and learning the latest treatments for patients with eye, ear, nose, and throat (EENT) problems. In 1939 Howard began to practice EENT at the Moore-White Clinic in Los Angeles. Four years later, he opened his own practice and limited his practice to ears, nose, and throat (ENT). By this time his interest was focused on the area of ear surgery and he was one of the first ear surgeons to perform fenestration surgery, an operation to restore hearing. House Ear Clinic Downtown Los Angeles, CAWelcomeWelcome to House Ear Clinic (House). House refers to all employees of House Ear Clinic. House has always been a special place to work, since Dr. Howard P. House founded the business more than 77 years ago.Over these past decades, the company has experienced great success and highly regarded in the industry – yet we’ve never lost sight of the mission that defines House. As our Founder, Dr. House simply put it, “To help people hear life the way it was meant to”. We accomplish House’s mission and goals by hiring the best employees, and by following House’s strong culture. We hope that as a House employee, you will uphold House’s culture and continue its mission, which begins with joining House and will continue House HistoryHouse Ear Clinic grew from the one-man practice established by Howard P. House, M.D. After completing his residency training in 1938, he travelled throughout the United States and Europe visiting renowned physicians and learning the latest treatments for patients with eye, ear, nose, and throat (EENT) problems. In 1939 Howard began to practice EENT at the Moore-White Clinic in Los Angeles. Four years later, he opened his own practice and limited his practice to ears, nose, and throat (ENT). By this time his interest was focused on the area of ear surgery and he was one of the first ear surgeons to perform fenestration surgery, an operation to restore hearing.In 1946 Howard founded the House Ear Institute as the Los Angeles Foundation of Otology, a private non-profit foundation. The threefold mission of the Institute encompasses Otology Education, Research, and Global Health.By 1947 he was performing so many hearing restoration surgeries that he limited his practice even further and concentrated on the treatment of ear related problems only. In 1956 his brother William F. House, M.D. joined him in practice. By 1958 two additional ear surgeons, James Sheehy, M.D. and Fred Linthicum, M.D., had joined Howard and William House to form the Otologic Medical Group.By this time, the practice of ear surgery had advanced to the point where patients with hearing loss due to otosclerosis or chronic ear infections could have their hearing surgically restored. Other advances by the Group included reducing the mortality rate of patients undergoing acoustic neuroma surgery from 40% to near 0% and developing treatments for patients with vertigo due to Meniere’s Disease and other causes. The physicians along with House Ear Institute scientists also developed and perfected the cochlear implant and authority brain stem implant for patients who are totally deaf. In 1990 the practice moved into a new facility and changed it’s name from Otologic Medical Group to House Ear Clinic. The practice consists of 10 ear specialists 7 of whom perform ear surgery. One of the associates specializes in allergic diseases of the ear.

House Ear Clinic

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Los Angeles, CA
USA

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