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EPPA Medical Scribe Program

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Health Science| Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Positions Typically Hiring For:

Part-time and Full-time medical scribe positions.

Positions Posted (Contact information can be found at the bottom of the page)

Position 1:

Medical Scribe

Listing Application Link:

https://https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=11598447-8346-48e0-aa51-bcb4b3967e69&ccId=19000101_000001&jobId=401326&lang=en_US&source=CC4

Location:

Minnesota

Type:

Part-Time

Accepted Majors:

Health Science| Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Position Description:

Medical scribing with EPPA is paid healthcare work experience in the clinical setting. Our scribes work one-on-one with a physician (MD/DO), physician assistant (PA), or nurse practitioner (NP), accompanying them into each patient encounter in the clinic or Emergency Department.

Scribes complete the Electronic Health Record (EHR) enabling providers to spend more time with patients and increase the overall workflow of the department. They document everything that occurs during the visit from start to finish; including the patient’s history, physical exam, patient outcomes, plan, labs, imaging, and more. In return, scribes become familiar with the workflow of medicine, medical decision process, medical terminology, and different provider styles to patient care.

Position Responsibilities:
Accurate, timely charting of patient encounters, including but not limited to patient history, physical exams, diagnostic findings, lab, and test results, consultations with other providers, treatment course, diagnoses, and discharge instructions.
Professional, non-intrusive interaction with patients (the scribe does not directly assist with patient care), providers, hospital staff, and other co-workers.
Compliance with all hospital, HIPAA, and EPPA policies, including those relating to the confidentiality of patient information.
Excellent job attendance. Scribes are held to the same attendance standards as the providers they work alongside.
All other duties, responsibilities, and/or projects as assigned.

Position requirements:
Currently enrolled in an undergraduate program (or graduated) with an emphasis in premedical/science coursework.
Completed core science coursework and labs
Minimum GPA 3.0 or higher.
Must be computer competent with the ability to proficiently type at 60 wpm or higher.
Excellent communication skills in grammatically correct written and verbal English language.
Healthcare related work, volunteer, research, or other experience is strongly preferred.
Minimum one year of full-time (non-PSEO) undergraduate studies completed is required.

Position 2:

Medical Scribe

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Location:

Minnesota

Type:

Full-Time

Accepted Majors:

Health Science| Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Position Description:

A Medical Scribe works 1:1 with a physician (MD/DO), physician assistant (PA), or nurse practitioner (NP), accompanying them to each patient encounter. Scribes complete the Electronic Health Record (EHR) or patient charting in real-time enabling providers to spend more time with their patients and increase the overall workflow of the department. An EPPA Scribe types directing into the medical record everything that occurs during the patient's visit from start to finish: including the patient’s medical history, physical exam, patient outcomes, labs, imaging, dictations, and more. By working as an EPPA Medical Scribe you will become familiar with the workflow of medicine, medical decision-making process, medical terminology, different provider styles to patient care, and more.

Being a Medical Scribe with EPPA is one of the best stepping stonework experiences prior to a Medical School or a Master's of Science in Physician Assistant Studies. Medical scribing hours are recognized by all medical schools and most PA schools as paid clinical hours. The EPPA Scribe Program is designed to help you get to the next step in your desired healthcare career path.

Position Responsibilities:

Accurate, timely charting of patient encounters, including but not limited to patient history, physical exams, diagnostic findings, lab, and test results, consultations with other providers, treatment course, diagnoses, and discharge instructions.
Professional, non-intrusive interaction with patients (the scribe does not directly assist with patient care), providers, hospital staff, and other co-workers.
Compliance with all hospital, HIPAA, and EPPA policies, including those relating to the confidentiality of patient information.
Excellent job attendance. Scribes are held to the same attendance standards as the providers they work alongside.
All other duties, responsibilities, and/or projects as assigned.

Position Requirements:

Must be currently enrolled in a 4-year undergraduate program with an emphasis in pre-medical/science coursework and labs, or have completed an undergraduate degree with professional school science pre-requisites and labs.
Completion of Organic Chemistry I is strongly preferred
Minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
Prior healthcare-related work, direct patient care, volunteering, shadowing, and/or undergraduate research is strongly preferred
Must be computer competent with the ability to proficiently type at 60 wpm or higher
Excellent communication skills in grammatically correct written and verbal English language
Ability to spell, proofread, and edit written English text
Ability to problem solve in a dynamic and fast-paced environment
Must be 18 years or older

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Contact Information

Abigail

Bryant

Campus Recruiter

(651) 336-7482

4300 MarketPointe Dr STE 100

Bloomington

Minnesota

55435

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