Unit DescriptionCare Site Description
Lutheran Medical Center is part of SCL Health, a faith-based, nonprofit health care organization.
Interested in making a difference? Then check us out. Our rich heritage and mission, and focus on health care delivery that values person-centered care, excellence and accountability are a winning combination as we bring health – and hope – to our patients.
- Wheat Ridge, CO (estab. 1905)
- Community-based, acute care hospital, Level III Trauma Center
- 2,100 associates, 900 physicians, 600 volunteers
- 338 beds
Services & Expertise
- 5-Star Birthing Center
- Breast Care Center (NAPBC accredited)
- Bridges Integrative Health & Wellness
- Comprehensive Cancer Center
- Heart & Neurovascular
- Primary Stroke Center
- Robotic Surgery
- Senior ER, Behavioral Health & Surgery
- Sleep Center
- Spine Center
- Women & Family Center
Kudos: Lutheran is recognized for quality, safety & patient experience by Truven, the Joint Commission & more!
Works under the supervision of the Practice Manager and direction of the physician. Responsible for performing a wide range of routine clinical skills, which include assisting with clinical procedures, casting/splinting- application and removal, obtaining vital signs, patient flow, stocking rooms, and ordering supplies.
The attached Job Description details the essential functions of your position. The list below is also considered to be essential functions of your position, and all employees within Lutheran Medical Center are expected to meet the following in their day-to-day work:
- Be available to work as scheduled and report to work on time
- Be available to work overtime if needed
- Be willing to accept supervision and work well with others
- Be respectful of all with whom you interact and follow the Lutheran Service Behaviors
- Be well groomed and dressed appropriately for your role
- Be in compliance with the drug and alcohol policy as stated in the Employee Handbook
- Be sufficiently rested to perform your duties throughout the period assigned
- Demonstrate a willingness to learn
- Be able to communicate clearly, think clearly, and concentrate on assigned tasks
Graduation from an accredited program for Medical Assistants. Current CPR required. Minimum 2 years in a medical office.
2 Years in a Bariatric or Surgery Practice preferred.