Apply for a Career with BJISG
To apply for a position at Bone & Joint Institute of South Georgia or Surgery Center of BJI, please submit your resumé along with the position you are applying for. Once we have reviewed your resume and if we feel your qualifications meet our needs, we will email you a response with an application.
We recommend including more information in your application to make sure we get a complete picture of your qualifications.
Because of the volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond individually to each one. However, we do try to provide you with status updates, as they are available.
If you are selected for an interview, a manager will contact you. You may be asked to participate in more than one interview.
Surgical First Assistant:
The Surgical assistant will be responsible for the direct and indirect care of patients based on the established standard set by the surgeon.
The SA will collaborate with the surgeon in performing operative procedures in a safe manner with optimal outcomes.
SA will collaborate with OR staff to ensure that all instrumentation, implants, supplies and equipment are available for every surgery.
Positions patients to give the best exposure for surgical procedure using appropriate equipment and supplies to maximize patient comfort and safety.
Provides visualization of the operative site using proper technique to include but not limited to manipulation of tissues, retraction, sponging, suction, and irrigation.
Utilizes appropriate technique to achieve temporary and permanent hemostasis utilizing tourniquets, bovie, etc.
The SA will be competent in closure of body planes, application of wound dressings as well as securing drains.
RNFA, CSFA, CSA, LSA, SA-C or equivalent
One to two years of First Assistant experience preferred.
Experience in Orthopedics and Spine preferred
Registered Radiologic Technologist/Medical Assistant
Candidate must meet the following qualifications: Experience with Digital Imaging and C-arm equipment preferred. Training/experience using PACS software required. Training and/or experience in clinical skills and medical assisting required. Experience with EHR and Practice Management System preferred. Orthopaedic experience a plus. Must be comfortable using computer software programs, email, and internet applications. Must have excellent communication skills and a neat, professional appearance.
Patient Care Coordinator
JOB SUMMARY: Pre-register all new patients and construct new patient charts. With a customer service orientation greet patients in person or on the phone. Schedule all office visit appointments, direct new patients to the practice’s Web site for registration and other information (or mail information to new patients), and confirm office visit appointments. Facilitate referral process. Process medical record requests.
- High school diploma required
- College education or trade school preferred
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
- Minimum two years experience working in a physician practice scheduling appointments
- Comfortable using email and interacting with Internet applications
- Computer literate—with keyboard skills and knowledge of practice management and word processing software
- Ability to work with patients and make them feel comfortable
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- Reliable and highly motivated