Position Summary:

The MOA will work within an inter-professional team of providers and allied health professionals to assist in developing a program of comprehensive, proactive care to improve the health and wellness of individuals in a primary care setting.
 
Key Responsibilities:
  • Assist in coordinating patient care by: rooming patients, preparing exam or treatment rooms (ensure same are cleaned according to Infection and Prevention Control methods), answering questions, monitoring waiting room, assist providers as needed within scope of practice, and within Stoney Trail Wellness Center location (participate in ASaP screening maneuvers, take V/S)
  • Maintain Electronic Medical Record (EMR): performs tasks including linking, uploading documents in regards to patient care, scanning, and faxing documents as appropriate
  • Other episodic duties as required within scope of practice, CRPCN policy, procedure, and OHS requirements
 
Educational Requirements:
  • The ideal candidate will have an educational background and experience as a Medical Office Assistant (MOA) and completion/certification in an accredited MOA program
  • A combination of experience and skills in a health-care related setting will be considered in lieu of formal completion of an MOA program
 
Experience and Skills Required:
  • 3-5 years of health care experience, preferably in a primary care setting, is desired
  • Experience working within an inter-professional care team model
  • Knowledge EMR’s
 
Core Competencies:
  • Strong understanding of basic medical terminology and health care procedures
  • Strong administrative and communication skills
  • Ability to manage conflict in professional manner
 
Working Conditions:
  • Stoney Trail Wellness Center, Eden Valley
  • Occasional travel to other CRPCN work sites may be required
  • Valid driver’s license & access to reliable vehicle

 
Reporting Structure:
Direct – Director, Clinical Innovation; Indirect – Executive Director
 
 
About the Calgary Rural Primary Care Network (CRPCN):
The Calgary Rural PCN works together with communities, family doctors and other health team members to do whatever we can help you be as healthy as possible. We are working together to change the delivery of health care in our communities from reactive to preventative by providing services to patients that fit their needs through supports we have in our member clinics, such as nurses, dietitians and other health care professionals. We collaborate to provide the tools and education to empower patients to work on their everyday health needs.
 
Apply:
Please submit your resume and cover letter in confidence to careers@crpcn.ca.  
 
Please note that only candidates who are selected for an interview will be contacted. We thank all other candidates for their interest.