Team Members at The Zangmeister Cancer Center enjoy a competitive benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision insurance, company paid life insurance, company paid short- and long-term disability insurance, paid time off, Flexible Spending Accounts, Health Savings Accounts, and 401(k) profit-sharing plan.
We believe that our success is dependent to a great extent upon the quality and energy of our Team Members. Because of this belief, The Zangmeister Cancer Center seeks to attract superior people at all levels with excellent customer service, verbal and interpersonal skills who can develop and apply their knowledge and skills productively for meaningful work and to contribute to the growth and success of our practice.
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The Medical Secretary templates and maintains provider schedules, schedules diagnostic appointments and other consultations. Other duties include: answering phones, screening calls and directing calls to appropriate staff, keying data into computer to maintain office and patient records, completing disability and FMLA forms, scanning documents into the EMR system, making referrals as needed, and ensuring each patient is fully informed of his or her scheduled appointment and information related to those appointments. The Medical Secretary will offer help with all patients as needed when other medical secretaries are busy, and will deliver outstanding customer service to internal and external customers.
Qualifications: Excellent organizational, verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills required. The successful candidate will exhibit a professional demeanor and have outstanding customer services skills with experience in a healthcare business office environment. Must have the ability to read and understand medical reports and directions from physicians, and have the ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, patients and the general public.
This position provides individualized nursing care to patients in accordance with established Cancer Center guidelines, nursing care standards, and Zangmeister Center policies and procedures. The Clinic RN will coordinate and direct patient care, perform ongoing assessments, deliver patient education, and document in accordance with standards & regulatory guidelines. Collaborates with physicians, pharmacy, laboratory and other ancillary personnel to ensure good patient outcomes.
The successful candidate will demonstrate professional knowledge of administration and/or preparation of chemotherapeutic, biologic, immunologic, targeted and related agents, both oral and IV; pain management medications; hydration fluids and other parenteral supportive therapy; anti-hormonal drugs; access and care of central and peripheral venous access devices and peripherally inserted catheters; blood sampling via peripheral venipuncture and central venous access devices; emergency management of adverse reactions related to infusion therapy, including vesicant extravasations and anaphylaxis; knowledge of OSHA regulations; ability to provide oncology-specific education to patients and family.
Must be an Ohio licensed registered nurse; OCN Certified: 6-12 months after working in oncology setting (must sit for test at this time or be working towards the ability to do so); ONS chemotherapy/biotherapy certification required prior to administering chemotherapy; 2 years oncology experience preferred, including experience with infusion and maintaining central lines; Basic Life Support Provider.
This position provides medical assistance for the RN in a clinical environment. Essential duties: Obtains vital signs, reviews lab work with patients; gives sq/IM injections; completes paperwork; ensures entire pre-cert is done, orders are in, benefit questionnaire is complete and appropriate labs are back before specific injections are given. Updates the infusion suite calendar with the rounding/code/vacation/on-call/weekend injections; calls no-shows and follows up with patients on the injection room schedule. Delivers outstanding customer service to internal and external customers.
Must be a graduate from an accredited school or program of practical nursing. Must hold a current license from the State of Ohio; must have successfully completed Ohio board of Nursing-approved medication course; Basic Life Support Provider; good understanding of automatic scheduling system; good knowledge of medical terminology and OSHA requirements. Medical assistant experience preferred; phone triage and organizational experience preferred; experience working with oncology patients preferred.
The Clinical Pharmacist assists the Director of Pharmacy in assuring timely and accurate provision of medications to patients. The Clinical Pharmacist will be responsible in assuring the accuracy of the medication orders and educating staff and patients about medication given. Routine pharmacy functions are performed within the scope of the Ohio Pharmacist Practice Act. These may include intravenous admixing of chemotherapy and non-chemotherapy products, inventory control, record keeping, and extensive use of equipment and automated technology. Additional responsibilities include special projects as assigned by managers, assist with regimen implementation, computer training, develop staffing patterns, supervise technicians, prioritize work responsibilities, and precept new employees. Qualifications: Must be a graduate of an accredited school of Pharmacy; licensed and in good standing with the Board of Pharmacy; have experience with oncology medication and knowledge of sterile IV admixture procedures; be self-directed with excellent time management skills and the ability to work independently; and demonstrate expert knowledge and work experience in operational areas and/or Pharmacy technology.