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National Book Lovers Day!

It’s #nationalbooklovers day! Reading is a great way to improve your mental health. It has been linked with many benefits such as:

📘 relaxing your mind and body

📘 exercising your brain to increase brain health

📘 calming your thoughts

Grab a book and start reading — even a few minutes can positively impact your mental health.

For more information regarding mental health concerns, speak to your family doctor.

#MentalHealth #MentalHealthAwareness

Hiring Medical Office Assistant

Medical Office Assistant
Job Description
• Maintain and set up appointment templates for each physician in EMR
• Answer incoming calls in a timely manner and schedule appointments based on patient request, physician availability, and booking preference, confirm appointments for medicals and patients with a record of no-shows
• Organize, prepare and clean exam rooms and insure each room is appropriately stocked with supplies
• Investigate and follow up on missing test results as requested by physician
• Set up room and instrument trays for procedures as appropriate (e.g. mole removal, PAP, completes, etc)
• Greet patients as they arrive and indicate arrival in EMR, confirming/updating patient demographics as needed
• Ensure patients have received and signed all required consent forms for procedures and third party medicals
• Complete medical forms with patient demographics
• Escort the patient to the exam room; provide instructions to prepare patient for visit (e.g. disrobing)
• Take patient vitals (height, weight, blood pressure) and enter results into the EMR
• Chaperone intimate exams, as requested
• Monitor exam room occupancy to ensure exam rooms are filled
• Direct patients to office for collection of uninsured charges
• Book follow up appointments
• Book tests and referrals for urgent referrals and patients who need assistance
• Check EMR on an ongoing basis for instructions from physician
• Chart relevant data into patient charts in the EMR e.g. record faxes sent, Rx refills, etc.
• Ensure sharps are disposed of appropriately
• Ensure proper process for instrument sterilization and restocking
• Deliver all phone messages and mail to physicians
• Monitor general medical supply inventory for re-order of supplies
• Provide other administrative support including reception, faxing and copying of documents and processing Incoming and outgoing mail/faxes
• Perform other related duties, as required
*Able to prioritize and manage multiple processes and tasks*
• Maintain focus on the patient needs
• Perform tasks efficiently in a fast-paced environment
• Proficient computer skills or ability to learn computer skills
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Excellent organizational skills
• Able to remain calm with difficult patients
• Maintain confidentiality of patient information
• Willing to learn new skills
• Able to take patient vitals and provide patient instructions for basic tests
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Please submit a cover letter with your resume:
or apply on our Indeed Job post
Only successful applicates will be contacted
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Salary: From $18.00 per hour
COVID-19 considerations:
Masking is still required in medical settings.
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International Self-Care Day

Sunday, July 24 is International Self-Care Day 💚
There are six types of self-care: emotional, physical, social, practical, spiritual and mental.
Mental health is a major component of self-care and affects people of all ages.
@albertahealthservices Access Mental Health offers non-urgent information, consultation, and referrals for individuals with addiction and/or mental health concerns.
If you’re experiencing mental health concerns, speak to your family doctor to learn which resources are available to you.
Learn more about Access Mental Health:
You can also talk to your family doctor if you have concerns.

Mama, My Hero – By Anthea Maseka

Anthea Maseka was inspired by her daughter-in-law, who worked as an ICU nurse while pregnant during the COVID-19 pandemic, to write a children’s book, “Mama, My Hero”.

Mama, My Hero highlights the realities of the current pandemic and the magic of a uniquely innocent perspective. This is the story of one day in the life of an intensive care unit nurse working during the COVID-19 pandemic, as told by her unborn baby.

She has been featured on CityTV, A Woman A Day YYC, and DrumhellerOnline.

More information about the book can be found on: