We are seeking a Medical Assistant/CNA/Phlebotomists to become a part of our team! You will perform clinical assignments
to keep the medical facility running smoothly.
Person needs to be goal oriented,
and thrive in a fast paced work environment.
Needs to be dependable, honest, adaptable and
discreet. Monday - Thursday 8am - 6pm
Take vitals and document information
Blood draws if within you scope of practice
Escort patients to exam rooms
Assist MD and staff as needed
Strong organizational skills
Our mission is to provide Jefferson and surrounding counties with a comprehensive treatment program for Opioid and Alcohol Use Disorders that holds both the patient and physician accountable to a higher standard. NuLease Medical Solutions seeks to provide the most professional and quality experience for our patients regardless of race, gender, or socioeconomic status. We strive to maintain the greatest level of privacy and confidentiality for both our patients and their families. We want to empower patients by assisting them in becoming clean employed individuals with purpose and the ability to support themselves and regain custody of their children.
At NuLease we focus on creating an improved patient outcome through a caring environment of medical and behavioral therapies for opioid and alcohol dependency, and to provide an addiction recovery approach that vests patients both psychologically and physically in their outcome. Our program is based on a team approach that puts the patient first by providing required in-house counseling and group meetings. Our counselors see patients with providers to ensure a team approach and encourage accountability for struggling patients.
It’s our belief that with the right guidance and hard work, anyone struggling with substance abuse can achieve a better tomorrow. Our staff’s personal experiences help us work diligently to give our patients a safe and healthy environment for recovery. We’re committed to integrity, discipline, and passion in our quest to help individuals overcome their addictions and regain their dignity.