Clinic Supervisor

Assist clinic manager in the operations of a primary care/urgent care clinic. Ensure quality of patient care and timely patient flow. Ensure maintenance of clinic building and supplies. Ensure complete and accurate charges are attributed to each patient.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Monitor patient wait times and identify and remove impediments to timely patient flow. Assist in work areas as needed to ensure patient flow.
Provide and ensure high levels of customer service by ensuring adherence to the 10/15 rule and the Ambassador Program, and by addressing customer concerns.
Ensure day-end procedures are completed and ensure clinic is in shape to receive patients promptly the following day including supplies and equipment, general order and cleanliness.
Ensure that the deposit is balanced, properly signed, and the bank bag has been dropped in the safe.
Guide new and existing staff by addressing questions and concerns, orienting new staff and assuring that training and education needs of staff are met.
Monitor staff performance to ensure compliance with company procedures and physician instructions, including nursing, lab, and x-ray.
Regular attendance to ensure efficient clinic operations
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned
Other Duties and Responsibilities
Participate in team meetings with other clinic managers
Participate in special projects as needed
Other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Ability to deliver high levels of customer service and achieve customer satisfaction. Ability to work effectively in all areas of clinic operations. One to three years of AFC clinical experience and cross-training in all areas.
Physical Demands/Work Environment (optional)
Clinic setting. Requires extended periods of standing and walking (more than 6 hours a day). Ability to lift and carry loads up to 25 pounds frequently and 50 pounds occasionally. Occasional stooping and kneeling. Potential exposure to blood-borne pathogens. Ability to use keyboard and mouse and view computer monitor.

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