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Athletic Trainer Certified - SMOG

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Requisition # HRC0465431

The Athletic Trainer, Certified (ATC) is responsible for assisting with Kerlan-Jobe Foundation community outreach, injury prevention seminars, and research projects.   The ATC will serve the Kerlan-Jobe medical practice in a variety of clinical duties including: patient education, evaluation, treatment, and management of sports medicine and orthopedic injuries/illnesses and perioperative care. Administrative duties are a large requirement of each team member.

Primary Duties and Responsibiliies:

  • Performs clinical skills and delegated tasks within the scope of practice of an ATC
  • Assist in research study design, data collection, and data analysis.
  • Become proficient at collecting data using motion analysis system and force plats
  • Coordinate and participate in community outreach events
  • Instruct athletes in injury prevention programs during outreach events
  • Provide education and technical demonstrations to other health care professionals; assists in orienting and mentoring
  • Clinical duties as assigned to include escort of patients, medical documentation in patient charts, and providing patient education
  • Coordination of telemedicine evaluations of remote athletes
  • Escort (or transport, if required) patients to appropriate exam rooms. Gather documents and record patient history and progress. Relay patient information to appropriate provider
  • Medical documentation to include input into patient charts of review of systems, history, medications, allergies, and outside studies
  • Monitor the patient flow to ensure that the clinic maximizes room usage and optimal patient care; assisting them to x-ray, patient-education rooms, or scheduling desk as needed
  • Obtain all special study reports and physical therapy progress reports prior to the provider going in to see the patient.
  • Maintain the exam rooms in a clean, orderly and adequately stocked manner at all times
  • Maintain documents, supplies and the working environment to ensure the effective and efficient functioning of the clinic
  • Educate pre-operative patients in the areas of surgical procedures and signs and symptoms to monitor during the post-surgical phase
  • Transcribe prescription refill requests and communicates requests to physician/physician assistant

 

 

Education:

Bachelor's Degree from an accredited Athletic Training Program required

Master's Degree preferred

 

License/Certification:

BLS from the American Heart Association and/or the American Red Cross required

Athletic Trainer Certification required

Orthopedic Technologist, Certified or RSA-O preferred

Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (RSCS) preferred

 

Experience:

 One year experience working as a certified athletic trainer in a traditional or orthopedic setting preferred

 

 

 

  • Working Title: Athletic Trainer Certified - SMOG
  • Department: SMOG
  • Business Entity: Medical Network Foundation
  • City: Santa Monica
  • Job Category: Family & Function, Medical Network Foundation
  • Job Specialty: UNASSIGNED
  • Position Type: Full-time
  • Shift Length: 8 hour shift
  • Shift Type: Day

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