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Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience.Valid Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) police certification, or having met the requirements to be MCOLES certified by January 2018, including meeting the minimum MCOLES employment standards, including written and physical agility skills.Must have attained the age of 21 years of age.Salary: $32080.17 per year. Receives patients and their families at a health center or screening site. Coordinates initial interview, gathers background information, and assists in the completion of various forms and applications. Answers routine questions regarding operations and related services.Prepares patients for examination by escorting them to examination rooms, documenting complaints and symptoms. Taking vital signs including temperature, blood pressure, pulse and pulse oximetry. Measures height,
weight and pediatric head circumference. Records vital statistics and relevant visit information in patient electronic health record (EHR).Arranges for specialized testing, medical procedures and specialist referrals. Completes necessary paperwork and EHR documentation, contacts specialist’s offices, hospitals, labs or other facilities to make appointments as needed. Contacts patients or caregivers to inform them of appointments. Completes paperwork, notifies patients or caregivers and assists in tracking of referrals to ensure necessary care is completed.Administers standardized tests or performs procedures ordered by providers such as developmental screening, EKGs, peak flow meter testing, ear irrigations and vision/hearing tests.