Mail Order Medication Clerk
This position is responsible for the distribution of mail order medications to Clinic patients. This position also is the primary receptionist for the clinic, monitor for the medication refill line, communication with LVNs regarding meds requested by patients and to alert nurses when meds are already present in patient bins so new orders are not submitted. This position prints a report of PAP meds currently available in our mail order pharmacy semi-weekly and provides each LVN, PAP staff, MDs and other providers with a copy of this document. Any meds for patients out of the Abilene city limits may be mailed to the patient(s) by this staff member. This position is responsible for placing these meds (that have been checked for accuracy by the licensed nurse) in bins properly labeled for that specific patient for pick up at a later time. Mail Order Med Clerk is responsible for issuance of meds from the labeled storage bins to the proper patient after requiring the patient to provide two forms of identification (one picture ID). One of the primary duties of this position is to place reminder calls to scheduled AMH clinic patients. This position may assist Centralized Scheduling as needed and approved by RN Supervisor. Duties to facilitate nursing/prescriber functions to enhance the efficacy of patient care may include providing refill requests extracted from refill line, giving messages to licensed staff regarding patient requests/concerns, assisting Supervisor to gather data necessary for analysis of clinic functions, and other administrative tasks necessary to enhance patient care and clinic efficiency. This position will distribute Taking Texas Tobacco-Free supplies as indicated by MDs, Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Staff, Case Managers or other LMHP staff and properly record same. This position is primarily responsible for opening, closing and changing LOC for clinic assignments and jail assignments for AMH services.
Betty Hardwick Center is a Tobacco-Free Campus for all employees.
Basic knowledge of medication terminology preferred. High school diploma required. Basic computer literacy. Must have Texas drivers license and be insurable by Center insurance. Work schedule will be Monday through Friday with flexible times between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Ability to speak Spanish is strongly desired.