Aaron E. Henry Community Health Services Center, Inc. (AEHCHC): provides equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals.  AEHCHC does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.  Click Here for APPLICATION

Medical Scribe

Job Summary

The Medical Scribe is responsible for the documentation and gathering of information during a patient’s visit. Facilitate smooth communication, accurate record-keeping, and efficient workflow for the supervising physician.

Key responsibilities:
• Preparing and Assembling Medical Records – medical scribes prepare and organize medical record documentation or charts for the physician. This involves ensuring that all relevant information is available for review.
• Updating Patient History and Physical Exam – scribes update patient history, physical exam findings, and other pertinent health information in the patient’s records. Accurate and timely documentation is essential for continuity of care.
• Organizing and Sending Documentation to Physicians – scribes organize and send all relevant documentation to the physician for review. This includes lab reports, test results, and any othe relevant data.
• Collaborating with Physicians – medical scribes collaborate closely with physicians. They assist with clerical tasks such as printing lab reports, charting doctor’s appointments, and operating electronic health records (EHR) systems.
• Anticipating Physician Needs – scribes anticipate the needs of the physician to ensure efficiency in a clinical setting. This involves being proactive in managing paperwork, documentation, and administrative tasks.
• Recording Doctors’ Conversations – during patient visits, scribes take notes and document relevant information in the EHR system. They record details of consultations, treatment sessions, and my other interactions between the physician and patient.
• Assisting with Administrative Tasks – scribes work closely with supervising physicians to complete and submit medical records. They also communicate professionally with patients and assist in various administrative duties.

Requirements

Mathematical accuracy ad attention to detail are essential skills for this position. Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations were only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. Ability to work and interact effectively and positively with other staff members to build and enhance teamwork in the clinics and the overall AEH organization.Ability to work and interact effectively and positively with other staff members to build and enhance teamwork in the clinics and the overall AEH organizations. Ability to understand and respond appropriately, effectively, and sensitively to special population groups by AEH. Special population groups include those defined by race, ethnicity, language, age, sex, secual orientation, economic standing, etc.

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk, stand, sit, handle papers, type and operate computer equipment; reach with hands and arms; talk, see, and hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.

Work is performed in a typical business medical clinic/office environment. Some local trips by automobile to other sites within the city of Clarksdale may be required (i.e., post office, office supplies, etc.). Reasonable accommodations ma be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

Experience
A demonstrated work record showing good attendance, punctuality, dependability, and the ability to work well with supervisors and co-workers as part of a team.

Education
High school graduate or equivalent or two years of college or technical school who has completed a program for licensed practical nurses from an accredited school of equivalent preferably in a medical setting, or a combination of education and experience.

License
Current, unencumbered Mississippi (LPN/RN) License to pratice in the state of Mississippi issued by the MS State Board of Nursing, BLS Certification.

Patient Navigator/CHW (Clarksdale) – Health + Wealth Program

Job Summary

Responsible for facilitating care coordination services for patients in need of enhanced care coordination services.

Full time, 8-hour shift, In person
Salary: $12 – $13/hour

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

License/Certification:
• Driver’s License (preferred)

Requirements

A.A. degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university; training or experience in medical records/terminology or related field preferred.

Registrar/Client Care Counselor (Clarksdale) – Health + Wealth Program

Job Summary

Greet and direct patients and other visitors’ entry into and movement through the health care system; communicate with public, providers, and patients; control patient flow; input and access requisite patient data from computer terminal; prepare encounter forms on patients; answer telephone; assist in day-to-day operations of medical records, such as reviewing for completeness, codes, collect data for records; transcribe medical reports; maintain index on patients; file and retrieve patient records and file lab and x-ray reports in accordance with established Health Center protocols.

Full time; Salary: $12.50 – $13/hour
Benefits:
• Health and dental insurance
• Life insurance
• Paid time off
• Retirement plan
• Vision insurance

Schedule: 8 hour shift Monday – Friday
In person

Community Health Workers/Medical Assistant (Batesville, Tunica, Coahoma & Quitman School-Based

Job Summary

Responsible for facilitating care coordination services for patients in need of enhanced care coordination services.

Requirements

AA degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university; training or experience in medical records/terminology or related field preferred.

Certified Medical Assistant (CMA)/Community Health Worker (Tunica)

Job Summary

Assist providers and nurses in a variety of duties, take vital signs, weight, and screens, draw labs, prepare patient for examination and special procedures, referrals for in-house specialties, assist with immunization reports, maintain appropriate logs, other duties as assigned.

Client Care Counselors (Batesville, Clarksdale, and Coldwater)

Job Summary

Greet and direct patients and other visitors entry into and movement through the health care system; communicate with public, providers, and patients; control patient flow; input and access requisite patient data from computer terminal; prepare encounter forms on patients; answer telephone; assist in day-to-day operations of medical records, such as reviewing for completeness, codes, collect data for records; transcribe medical reports; maintain index on patients; file and retrieve patient records and file lab and x-ray reports in accordance with established Health Center protocols.

Requirements

AA degree or equivalent from an accredited college, training and/or experience in medical records terminology or related field preferred. One-year experience in a medical office setting, computer knowledge.

Purchasing Clerk (Clarksdale)

Job Summary

Create purchase orders off requisitions and send orders to the appropriate vendor(s). Work on Goods Receipts/Invoice Receipts (GR/IR). Assure compliance with purchase policies and procedures. Resolve receiving quality and resolve discrepancies with suppliers. Confers with vendors to obtain product or service information such as price, availability, and delivery schedule. Obtains price quotes from multiple suppliers.

Requirements

B.S. degree from an accredited 4-year college training and/or experience in office management and/or administration or related field. Experience may substitute for college years.

Licensed Practical Nurse – (Batesville, Children’s Clinic, Mobile Medical Unit)

Job Summary

Perform a wide variety of nursing duties and accommodative services for patients in accordance with established protocols and specific instructions from professional nurses and providers. Lead daily team huddle to review next day’s patients and needs; perform patient assessments and update past medical history and allergies; obtain vital signs, weight, height, and screens; enter chief complaints into the EHR; draw labs in absence of lab technician; report critical labs; educate patient (medications and disease process); administer medications; refer to inside specialties; provide information for referrals to outside specialties; perform all other related tasks as deemed necessary by the immediate supervisor or provider.

Requirements

High school graduate who has completed a program for licensed practical nurses in an accredited school of Practical or Vocational Nursing and current license to practice in Mississippi by the Mississippi State Board of Examiners for Nursing.

Applicants may apply at any clinic location or at our Administrative office.  Applications may be printed from the company website then submitted via email, postal mail, hand-deliver, or fax, along with supporting documentation such as a resume, cover letter, diplomas/degrees, transcripts, licenses, and certifications.  These jobs are also posted with MDES, Indeed.com, and https://www.aehchc.org/

LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS, DIPLOMAS/DEGREES MUST ACCOMPANY ALL APPLICATIONS OR RESUMES. 

APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED IF

DIPLOMAS/DEGREES/CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSES ARE NOT ATTACHED!!!

Apply at any Aaron E. Henry facility or any MS Job Service.  Interested parties may also apply on Indeed.com, at any clinic location or e-mail completed application, resumes/certifications to: HRDirector@aehchc.org

NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE!     

 

Aaron E. Henry Community Health Services Center, Inc., is a Section 330(e) Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) located in the heart of the agricultural Mississippi Delta.

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!
Resumes/CVs may be emailed to hrdirector@aehchc.org

AARON E. HENRY COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES CENTER, INC. IS AN APPROVED NATIONAL HEALTH SERVICE CORP SITE.
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