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Contractor Title: Project Manager, South Zone Primary Care Network (PCN) Committee

Reports to: South Zone Primary Care Network Committee Co-Chairs

The Opportunity:

The South Zone PCN Committee is working to integrate and align health service delivery between Primary Care Networks, Alberta Health Services and community-based organizations. Reporting to the Co-Chairs of the South Zone PCN Committee, the Project Manager will work with the Committee to lead the ongoing development and implementation of the South Zone PCN Committee Service Plan (“service plan”). The Project Manager will engage with multiple stakeholders including primary care physicians, PCN and Alberta Health Services leadership, Alberta Health and Alberta Medical Association representatives and other community stakeholders. The Project Manager will provide facilitation, coaching, consultation and leadership supporting evidenced-informed, patient-centered and community-focused healthcare in service delivery planning.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Working with the South Zone PCN Committee, the Project Manager will lead the development and implementation of the service plan and detailed work plan including planning and allocation of resources, defining tasks, assigning responsibility, monitoring quality and performance
  • Ensure continuous quality improvement and refinement of the service plan, recommend modifications of service plan and budget as needed, and lead refinement process as required
  • Support service planning delivery and assist in identifying gaps and opportunities of the priorities identified by the Zone Committee
  • Ensure delivery of the service plan is consistent with relevant funding agreements, requirements and goals, and in compliance with Zone Committee direction, policies and processes
  • Develop and prepare proposals for funding, including engagement with stakeholders, needs assessments and budget planning
  • Prepare progress reports as required by the Zone and Provincial PCN Committees and Alberta Health
  • Assist the Service Plan Implementation Committee to support planning, integration and implementation
  • Provide administrative support to the Committee, Subcommittees and Working Groups, including scheduling and arranging meetings, agenda package preparation, minute taking, preparation of correspondence and reports and other general administrative support duties as requested.
  • Other duties as required

Education/Required Qualifications

  • A Bachelor level or higher degree in education, healthcare, business or healthcare administration, project management or related field (graduate degree is preferred) in combination with relevant work experience, or an equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in project management, with proven ability to plan, lead, implement, manage and evaluate complex projects with multiple stakeholders and inspire positive change
  • Knowledge of the Alberta healthcare system and experience working with physicians and healthcare providers
  • Strong skills in systems thinking and strategic program and partnership development
  • Training or equivalent experience in project management and change management.
  • Design thinking (co-design) experience preferred
In addition, the incumbent will possess a record of accomplishment in the following areas:
  • Demonstrated ability to manage change within a complex environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to create and lead innovative and client-centered processes
  • Presentation, training, planning, analysis, collaboration, conflict management and interpersonal relationship skills
  • Self-directed with strong ability for critical thinking and decision-making

Conditions of Contract

  • This is a temporary (until March 2025) with a strong likelihood of the possibility of extension, part-time (16-24 hours per week) contract position.
  • As a contractor, you are required to provide your own office equipment and worksite, and possess and maintain appropriate liability insurance
  • Attendance at evening meetings will be required
  • A valid driver’s license is essential, as this role will require travel across the geographic boundaries of Alberta Health Services South Zone

Interested contractors are invited to submit a Letter of Intent and a summary of relevant experience and qualifications by April 5, 2024 to: andrea.schultz2@ahs.ca

This posting will remain open until suitable candidates are found.

Status: Full-TIme  (Permanent)
Start Date: ASAP
Hours of Work: 40 hours/ week
Must be able to work Monday-Friday (8am-5pm)
Posting Date: April 11, 2024
Rate: Position commensurate with qualifications and experience
Competition Closing Date: Until Suitable Candidate Found

Bigelow Fowler Medical Clinic provides a wide range of primary health care services in Lethbridge.  Our talented interdisciplinary health care teams work together to provide services that best support patient needs. We want you to bring your expertise to our team as we continue to develop solutions to meet the needs of our local community.  If you have initiative, are resourceful, engage easily in teamwork, and most importantly, want to make a difference in healthcare, we want to hear from you!

Position Summary:

The Bigelow Fowler Clinic is seeking an experienced Medical Office Assistant to work in our clinic.  This individual will provide support with the delivery of primary care services in the family practice clinic setting. The MOA performs work as required and functions as an effective member of the interdisciplinary team.. Also, if there is ever a day they are not required to fill in a MOA capacity they will be pulled to fill in other areas within the clinic such as Reception or scanning.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate patient care through the clinic – waiting room, exam room, laboratory and X-ray procedures.
  • Maintain electronic medical records – update address, allergies, phone number and each visit.
  • Measure vital signs (i.e. Blood Pressure, Heart Rate, Oxygen saturation, Height and Weight, waist circumference, etc.) on each patient and record in electronic medical record.
  • Share information gathered from patients with appropriate team members to assist in more comprehensive care of the patient.
  • Schedule patients for tests, follow up appointments.
  • Prepares examination rooms; select, setup and maintain medical supplies and equipment for all examinations and procedures.
  • Promote healthy living to all clients, referring them to appropriate resources.
  • Participate in team and staff meetings as requested.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to maintain patient privacy and confidentiality.
  • Ability to collaborate with other multi-disciplinary team members.
  • Proficiency in the use of computers and office equipment.
  • Ability to efficiently manage time and prioritize multiple tasks.
  • Ability to work with minimal supervision.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Ability to evaluate ones own learning needs and seek out educational opportunities

Education and Experience:

  • High School diploma
  • Medical Office Assistant course preferred or previous experience in a medical office or healthcare facility
To apply for this position please send resume to: Deanna Charlesworth @  deanna.charlesworth10@gmail.com

Status: permanent
FTE: 0.4 (16h/week)
Hours of Work: TBD
Clinical Hours: Monday – Friday    8:30-16:30
Rate: to be negotiated, based on qualifications
Start Date: as soon as possible
Posting Date:  April 5, 2024
Competition Closing Date: until suitable candidate is found

Job Description

The Clinical Care Coordinator (CCC) is a professional Registered Nursing position working in a Primary care setting and has a primary accountability in supporting the goals of Primary Health Care as well as the goals of the Chinook Primary Care Network (CPCN) and Alberta Health initiatives.

The CCC works in concert with their clinic’s physician lead(s), clinic manager, staff, and the CPCN team.

The successful candidate would demonstrate specialized depth of knowledge in clinical practice and self management as well as a breadth of experience in Primary Health Care. This experience would include quality improvement, adult education, case coordination, and chronic disease management. Clinical Care Coordinators demonstrate a strong understanding and commitment to program development, teamwork, leadership, and management/integration of multiple improvement projects.

The CCC must be competent in dealing with an array of patient health situations, some of which are complex and can require urgent intervention. The CCC is active as a quality improvement and clinical practice role model, coach or mentor for other clinic staff, and is responsible to coordinate, supervise, monitor and evaluate the provision of health services out of the Primary Care clinic. The position actively pursues personal practice excellence by participating in professional development activities, including those hosted by the CPCN.

Position Qualifications:

  • Registered Nurse in good standing with
  • Minimum three years’ RN experience.  Experience in a primary care setting preferred.  Experience in community health, LTC, and/or ambulatory care setting will be considered with experience in leadership role.
  • Demonstrates exceptional critical thinking and prioritization skills
  • Leadership, management and/or case coordination experience
  • Experience with electronic medical record keeping, preference given to those with clinical EMR experience.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Preference will be given to candidates with experience working to full scope of their practice. 
  • Strong facilitation, and organizational skills
  • Charge nurse experience or experience leading a multidisciplinary team.
  • Knowledge and skills in quality improvement and measurement an asset
  • Knowledge and skills in health education for individuals and groups
  • Demonstrated clinical skill in physical examination and nursing intervention as well as understanding of chronic disease management
  • Experience working with a variety of service providers in a collaborative setting
  • Knowledge and skills OR a willingness to develop knowledge and skills in program planning and evaluation
  • Proficiency in use of computers including: MS Office, E-mail, MS Excel, & Power Point.
  • Ability to maintain patient privacy & confidentiality  
  • Current certification in Basic Cardiac Life Support

Only candidates chosen for an interview will be notified.
 
Submit via email to: Kimberly.daniels@ahs.ca 

Status: permanent
FTE: 0.3-0.5
Hours of Work: variable, clinic is open Monday – Friday 0830-1630
Rate: to be negotiated, based on qualifications
Start Date: April 1, 2024
Posting Date:  March 18, 2024
Competition Closing Date: until suitable candidate is found

Job Description

The Clinical Care Coordinator role combines quality improvement, program planning, and team development activities within a clinic environment to support the participation of the family practice clinic in the Chinook Primary Care Network. 

The Clinical Care Coordinator will also provide basic health care within their scope of nursing practice for individuals, families, groups and communities. Working with other team members, the Primary Care Nurse provides comprehensive health care with an emphasis on healthy living, illness prevention, health education, chronic disease management, and clinical intervention.  

Position Qualifications:

  • Registered Nurse in good standing with CRNA or LPN in Good standing with CLPNA with evidence of advanced competencies. 
  • Minimum three years’ experience in a primary care setting preferred.  Experience in community health, LTC, and/or ambulatory care setting will be considered with experience in leadership role.
  • Preference will be given to candidates with experience completing cervical cancer screening (PAP).
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Preference will be given to candidates with experience working to full scope of their practice. 
  • Strong leadership, facilitation, and organizational skills
  • Knowledge and skills in quality improvement and measurement an asset
  • Knowledge and skills in health education for individuals and groups
  • Demonstrates excellent clinical skills & knowledge
  • Experience working with a variety of service providers in a collaborative setting
  • Knowledge and skills OR a willingness to develop knowledge and skills in program planning and evaluation
  • Proficiency OR a willingness to develop proficiency in use of computers including: MS Office, E-mail, MS Excel, PowerPoint,  and electronic medical record software
  • Knowledge and skills OR a willingness to develop knowledge and skills in the prevention, screening, and management of chronic diseases
  • Ability to maintain patient privacy & confidentiality  
  • Current certification in Basic Cardiac Life Support

Submit resumes via email to Patricia @ bcmedicalclinic@bridgecitymed.com

Site Location: Southgate Medical Centre
Rate: To be negotiated based on qualifications
Start Date: To be determined
FTE: 1.0 Maternity leave
Posting Date: Mar 14, 2023
Hours of Work: Monday- Friday between the hours of 8:30-5:30
Competition Closing Date: Until Suitable Candidate is Found

Job Description

As a member of an interdisciplinary family practice team, the Primary Care Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) provides comprehensive health care for patients with an emphasis on health promotion and prevention, health education, chronic disease management, and clinical intervention. As part of the team, the LPN provides ongoing service coordination and links clients with resources.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide evidence-based nursing care within full scope of LPN practice.
  • Assist with implementation of new protocols and act as resource to other staff.
  • Participate in quality improvement activities.
  • Participate in ongoing educational activities related to learning needs and professional issues.
  • Schedule and coordinate patient referrals for tests, follow up to other disciplines, and utilizing community resources as needed.
  • Serve as a patient advocate and assist patient to advocate for themselves.
  • Able to cover and assist other MOA’s and/or LPN’s with clinic procedures.
  • Participate in peer review as appropriate.
  • Obtain and update patient histories and medical information in the EMR.
  • Complete paperwork/ forms pertinent to patient care.

Position Qualifications:

  • Current CLPNA registration required
  • Current certification in CPR
  • Knowledge and skills OR a willingness to develop knowledge and skills in quality improvement
  • Knowledge and skills in OR a willingness to develop knowledge and skills health education for individuals
  • Knowledge and skills OR a willingness to develop knowledge and skills in the prevention, screening, and management of chronic diseases
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Proficiency in the use of computers including: Microsoft Office  and Electronic Medical Records

 
Submit Applications To:
Stacy Woodruff, CCC (stacy@southgatemedical.ca)
and
Genny Steed, Manager (southgatemedicalcentre@gmail.com)

Site Location: Campbell Clinic Lethbridge
Rate: To be negotiated based on qualifications
Start Date: asap
FTE: Full Time (0.9)
Posting Date: March 14, 2024
Hours of Work: Mon-Fri
Competition Closing Date: Until Suitable Candidate Found 

Job Description

The Primary Care Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) supports the delivery of Primary Care Services in the family practice clinic setting. 

Position Qualifications:

  • Current CLPNA registration
  • Recent acute, community, continuing care experience.  Preference will be given to candidates with experience working to full scope of practice.
  • Current certification in CPR
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Proficiency OR a willingness to develop proficiency in use of computers including: MS Office, E-mail, and electronic medical record
  • Experience working as part of a team in a collaborative setting
  • Knowledge and skills in quality improvement
  • Knowledge and skills in health education for individuals
  • Knowledge and skills OR a willingness to develop knowledge and skills in the prevention, screening, and management of chronic diseases
  • IM/ID/SC injection certification required
  • Immunization competency required or willingness to complete

Position Responsibilities:

  • Working collaboratively within a Clinic Team Environment
  • Clinical assessment, and intervention
  • Prevention/Screening and the Management of Chronic Diseases
  • Participate in quality improvement activities
  • Other related clinical responsibilities
  • Evening clinic work one day per week.
  • Assisting with minor procedures

For further information

Please contact Mr. Tim Neufeld via email at the Campbell Clinic South for further information.

Mr. Tim Neufeld
c/o Campbell Clinic 
430 Mayor Magrath Drive South
Lethbridge, Alberta    T1J 3M1
Campbell Clinic South, 2931 20th Avenue South
tneufeld@campbellclinic.ca

Status: permanent
FTE: 0.80
Rate: to be negotiated, based on qualifications
Start Date: as soon as possible
Posting Date:  January 26, 2024
Competition Closing Date: February 23, 2024

Job Description

The Clinical Care Coordinator (CCC) is a professional registered nursing position working in a Primary care setting and has a primary accountability in supporting the goals of Primary Health Care as well as the goals of the Chinook Primary Care Network (CPCN) and Alberta Health initiatives.

The CCC works in concert with their clinic’s physician lead(s), clinic manager, staff, and the CPCN team.

The successful candidate would demonstrate specialized depth of knowledge in clinical practice and self management as well as a breadth of experience in Primary Health Care. This experience would include quality improvement, adult education, case coordination, and chronic disease management. Clinical Care Coordinators demonstrate a strong understanding and commitment to program development, teamwork, leadership, and management/integration of multiple improvement projects.

The CCC must be competent in dealing with an array of patient health situations, some of which are complex and can require urgent intervention. The CCC is active as a quality improvement and clinical practice role model, coach or mentor for other clinic staff, and is responsible to coordinate, supervise, monitor and evaluate the provision of health services out of the Primary Care clinic. The position actively pursues personal practice excellence by participating in professional development activities, including those hosted by the CPCN.

 Roles & Responsibilities

  • Develop, implement, and monitor Quality Improvement initiatives within the clinic in collaboration with CPCN Central Team
  • Support and/or lead implementation of the CPCN Charter
  • Understand, develop and implement clinical guides and protocols
  • Works with CPCN data analysts and Integration Leads in the interpretation of data and development of potential areas for improvement.
  • Disseminate information to and from the CPCN office and other stakeholders
  • Co-ordinate, supervise, monitor and evaluate the provision of health services.
  • Provide screening, monitoring, and nursing assessment of the client’s physical and emotional well-being and applying recognized guidelines and best practices for same.
  • Provide care to patients who health changes may be complex and unpredictable in nature
  • Provide specific services within the Health Professions Act-restricted activities, with appropriate certification training.
  • Assist and collaborate with other team members and services to conduct risk assessments related to prevention of injury and/or disability, and develop appropriate care plans to reduce/prevent risks.
  • Maintain knowledge in the referral of clients to appropriate programs and services to assist in primary or secondary prevention of injury, disability, or care of chronic disease (e.g. DLE, Asthma/COPD programs, Seniors Health resources, etc)

Required Education

  • Registered Nurse in good standing with CRNA.
  • Valid CPR (BLS-HCP)
  • 3 years of directly related experience in primary health care, or applicable skills from community health nursing, and/or ambulatory care nursing. Preference given to applicants with Primary Care experience.
  • Charge nurse experience or experience leading a multidisciplinary team
  • Quality Improvement experience considered an asset
  • Demonstrates exceptional critical thinking and prioritization skills
  • Demonstrated clinical skill in physical examination and nursing intervention as well as understanding of chronic disease management
  • Leadership, management and/or case coordination experience
  • Experience with electronic medical record keeping, preference given to those with HealthQuest experience

For further information about the Chinook Primary Care Network: www.chinookprimarycarenetwork.ab.ca

Submit via email to: Nikki McIntosh – Clinic Manager nikki@myfdclinic.ca

Site Location: Bigelow Fowler Clinic
Rate: To be negotiated based on qualifications
Status: Casual
Start Date: ASAP
Posting Date: January 29, 2024
Hours of Work: As needed but maximum of 40 hours/week .
Competition Closing Date: Until a suitable candidate is found

Job Description


The Primary Care Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) will require to be self-motivated and able to work in a team environment with commitment to excellent customer (patient) service. The LPN will be required to support the delivery of Primary Care Services in a compassionate, effective and efficient delivery of high quality clinical care for patients in the family practice clinic setting.

Position Qualifications:

  • Current CLPNA registration
  • Recent acute, community, continuing care experience. Preference will be given to candidates with experience working to full scope of practice.
  • Current certification in CPR
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Proficiency OR a willingness to develop proficiency in use of computers including: MS Office, E-mail, and electronic medical record
  • Experience working as part of a team in a collaborative setting
  • Knowledge and skills in quality improvement
  • Knowledge and skills in health education for individuals
  • Knowledge and skills OR a willingness to develop knowledge and skills in the prevention, screening, and management of chronic diseases
  • IM/ID/SC injection certification required
  • Immunization competency required
  • Ability to maintain patient privacy & confidentiality

Submit Applications To: HR Coordinator- Deanna Charlesworth at deanna.charlesworth10@gmail.com

Status: Casual/ Part-Time 
Start Date: ASAP
Hours of Work: 8 hours/day
Posting Date: January 29, 2024
Department: Bigelow Fowler Clinic West
Competition Closing Date: Until Suitable Candidate is found

Job Description

We are looking to employ a dedicated and skilled X-ray technician to take quality x-rays of patients’ bones, soft tissues, or organs as instructed by patients' physicians. The X-ray technician's responsibilities include monitoring radiology supplies, attending mandatory staff meetings and training sessions, and ensuring that the x-ray machines are set at the correct radiation levels. You should also ensure that all x-ray rooms are clean and tidy at all times.

To be successful as an X-ray technician, you should be compassionate toward patients and able to lift or move patients with mobility issues. Ultimately, an exceptional X-ray technician should be able to work in a fast-paced environment as well as demonstrate excellent communication, analytical, and problem-solving skills.

Job Responsibilities

  • Verifying patients' identity and reviewing physicians’ orders before beginning x-ray procedures.
  • Using x-ray equipment to take radio graphic images of patients' bones, tissues, and organs as per physicians’ written orders.
  • Explaining x-ray procedures to patients and answering their questions.
  • Positioning patients accordingly, which may include lifting and moving patients with limited mobility.
  • Limiting patients' exposure to radiation by placing lead shields on patients where needed.
  • Ensuring that the x-rays taken are of sound quality to prevent repeat procedures.
  • Working closely with the Radiologist’s to determine whether further tests are required.
  • Ensuring that the x-ray equipment is regularly serviced and in good working order.
  • Promptly notifying management of damaged or malfunctioning x-ray equipment.
  • Maintaining an accurate record of completed x-ray procedures.

Position Qualifications:

  • Completion of diploma from an accredited MRT/CLXT program
  • Active registration with the ACMDTT/ACCLXT
  • Proven experience working as an X-ray technician
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills.
  • A patient and compassionate disposition.

Submit Applications To: Deanna Charlesworth at deanna.charlesworth10@gmail.com

We are seeking a dedicated and skilled Nurse Practitioner to join our dynamic healthcare team in providing primary care services to a diverse patient population across multiple sites in our rural community. This temporary full-time position is an excellent opportunity for an independent and collaborative healthcare professional who is passionate about making a difference in the lives of patients with complex chronic diseases and urgent healthcare needs.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide comprehensive primary care services to patients within our rural community.
  • Work as an integral part of an interdisciplinary team to ensure coordinated and patient-centered care.
  • Manage complex chronic diseases, addressing the unique healthcare needs of the rural population.
  • Respond to urgent patient needs and emergencies effectively and efficiently.
  • Serve as the primary care provider for patients who do not have a designated primary care physician.
  • Collaborate with other healthcare professionals to ensure continuity of care and optimal patient outcomes.

Qualifications:

  • Current registration as a Nurse Practitioner in Canada.
  • Ability to register with the College of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CRNA)
  • Experience in primary care and managing complex chronic diseases.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative healthcare team.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Flexibility to work at multiple sites within our rural community.
  • Commitment to providing high-quality, patient-centered care.
Duration: This is a temporary full-time position for one year, with the possibility of extension based on organizational needs and performance.

Application Process: Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume and cover letter to admin@pinchermedical.ca to the attention Jeff Brockmann.

The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found, with a flexible Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) for the right candidate.

We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply. We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

We are seeking a dedicated and qualified Physician Assistant to join our progressive healthcare team, providing primary care services to a diverse patient population across multiple sites in our rural community. This temporary full-time position is an excellent opportunity for an independent and collaborative healthcare professional who is passionate about managing complex chronic diseases and addressing urgent healthcare needs.

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborate with an interdisciplinary team to deliver comprehensive primary care services.
  • Support the management of complex chronic diseases, ensuring continuity and effectiveness of care.
  • Respond to urgent patient needs and emergencies in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Serve as a support for patients without a designated primary care physician.
  • Work independently and as a team player, contributing to a positive healthcare environment.
  • Provide high-quality, patient-centered care to a diverse population in our rural community.

Qualifications:

  • Current certification as a Physician Assistant by the Canadian Association of Physician Assistants (CAPS)
  • Ability to register with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta.
  • Experience in primary care and managing complex chronic diseases.
  • Ability to work under the supervision of multiple physicians and as part of a collaborative healthcare team.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Flexibility to work at multiple sites within our rural community.

Duration: This is a temporary full-time position for one year, with the potential for extension based on organizational needs and performance.

FTE (Full-Time Equivalent): The position offers flexibility with a range from 0.5 to 1.0 FTE, tailored to accommodate the right candidate's availability and preferences.

Application Process:  Interested candidates are invited to submit their resume and cover letter to Jeff Brockmann via email at admin@pinchermedical.ca.

The position will remain open until a suitable candidate is found, offering flexibility in FTE for the right candidate.

We are committed to diversity and inclusion and encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Department: Laboratory/X-ray
Location: Blood Tribe Department of Health Inc.
Reporting To: Clinic Manager
Salary Range: Salary Grid as established by BTDH.
Deadline for Application: Until suitable candidate is found.

Summary of Work:
The Laboratory/X-ray Technician will perform laboratory tests and radiology examinations using appropriate requisition forms as ordered from authorized professionals in timely fashion. The individual works closely with patients, referring professionals and care teams. Must be skilled in general human relations particularly with patients. Will advocate for patients and ensure they are in a comfortable mental and physical state during procedures. Projects a positive image for the Health Centre to the clients with whom he/she comes in contact with. Person must be culturally sensitive when performing laboratory and x-ray procedures. Maintain “Code of Confidentiality” regarding highly classified information regarding patient and Health Centre information. Accountable to the patients and physicians of the Blood Tribe Department of Health, Inc. for ensuring prompt, reliable and accurate laboratory and radiology services

Technical duties and responsibilities: 
• Follow radiation protection practices, regulations, and philosophy to reduce risk to patients, staff and visitors.
• Knowledge of all applicable legislation and regulations involved.
• Perform phlebotomy procedures (macro and/or micro) in a manner both safe to phlebotomist and patient
• Provide patient instructions on various sample collections utilizing current supplied patient instruction sheets
• Book all patient referrals for ultrasound, CT, MRI, UGI, etc., to appropriate facilities
• Work closely with Clinic physicians, Clinical Care Coordinator, LPNs, Health Information Manager and other staff members to ensure steady patient flow
• Perform routine urinalysis and urine HCG testing according to methodology with results sent back to physician to assist with patient diagnosis
• Make every effort patient wait time for laboratory testing and radiology examinations are kept to a minimum
• Be accountable for ensuring that laboratory tests and radiology examinations are done with utmost accuracy
• Be able to recognize any errors regarding testing and contacting appropriate individuals
• Report all abnormal results and findings to appropriate individuals

Professional Qualifications:

  • Graduate from an approved Combined Laboratory & X-ray Program
  • CPR & First Aid
  • Two (2) years’ work-related experience
  • Eligible member of good standing in the College of Combined Laboratory & X-ray Association
How to Apply:
Please forward a Cover Letter, Resume, Criminal Record Check, and Three (3) updated references to:

Blood Tribe Department of Health Inc.
C/O: Human Resources
P.O. Box 229
STANDOFF, AB T0L 1Y0
Phone: 737-3888
EXT: 8408
FAX: 403-737-3985
Email: Rana.tm@btdh.ca


Please Note:  Incomplete applications will not be accepted. 

BTDH Thanks all of those whom apply but only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Thank you.