WINCHESTER GASTROENTEROLOGY CAREERS

Join our team medical professionals providing excellent patient care in the Shenandoah Valley.

Patient Care Comes First

Our first priority is always our patients. Join a team continually seeking to improve patient care, and be a part of that continued growth.

State-of-the-Art Services

Work in our hi-tech, first-level endoscopy labs with direct EMR integration. Proven treatments plus advanced tools equal maximum efficacy.

A Team of Providers

Highly-trained, board-certified Gastroenterologists, PAs and FNPs work together to provide compassionate and effective care.

For 30 over years, Winchester Gastroenterology Associates has been providing high quality GI care to our community.

Winchester Gastroenterology Associates (WGA) is located in Winchester, VA, the county seat of Frederick County.  This community is one of the fastest growing communities in the greater Washington, DC metro area, attracting people at all life stages.

WGA performs procedures at Valley Health Winchester Medical Center, an award-winning, 495-bed regional facility. Winchester Medical Center has been ranked among the top five hospitals in Virginia by U.S. News & World Report and is consistently recognized for clinical excellence, patient safety, innovation and compassionate care.

If you are interested in learning more about being a part of the WGA team, but don’t see an open position that matches your experience, please reach out to our Practice Manager.

 

Current Career Opportunities at Winchester Gastroenterology Associates

Clinical Assistant

Busy gastroenterology office is seeking a full-time Clinical Assistant to join our team in January 2024.

Looking for an individual who has excellent customer service skills with a professional and friendly demeanor. Must be a team player, able to multi-task, and able to adapt to a fast-paced environment. Must be flexible, dependable, and an outgoing individual with strong work ethics and integrity.

Medical experience is required.

Job Description

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

– Document medical procedures for physician
– Triage patient and obtain history pertinent to physician seeing patient
– Obtain and record vital signs
– Records medication lists accurately
– Performs intramuscular immunizations and injections
– Obtain any necessary reports, hospital records, etc. to assist in patient care
– Notifies provider when patient is ready for examination
– Assists provider with examinations and procedures as needed
– Answers telephone and acts as a patient relations representative for the practice by taking care of the needs of the caller within the scope of his/her knowledge and practices standards
– Adhere to OSHA and HIPAA guidelines
– Maintain clean and orderly exam rooms
– Works within a team to support clinical flow
– Performs other tasks or services deemed necessary by the provider or supervisor

EDUCATION

– High school or equivalent (Required)
– Medical Assistant or Certified Nursing Assistant (Preferred)

EXPERIENCE

– Medical office: 1 year (Required)

JOB TYPE

– Full-time
– Hours are Monday-Friday 7:30am-4pm.

SALARY

$16.00 – $18.00 per hour; commensurate with experience

BENEFITS

Excellent benefit package includes:
– 401(k)
– Dental insurance
– Health insurance
– Vision insurance
– Life insurance
– Paid time off (holidays, vacation, and sick leave)