The Staffing Policies Procedure explains all important details and rules regarding medical office staffing policies. The medical office staff will adhere to certain rules to ensure a safe and professional work environment. All employees will be immunized, have CPR training, and arrive for work dressed in a clean and conservative manner. This procedure applies to all medical office staff. (6 pages, 1,233 words)
The Medical Office Manager will be responsible for overseeing the management of all medical office staff and the overall efficiency of the office. It is their responsibility to make employee schedules, handle the finances of the office, handle the overall maintenance of the office and be the direct contact for any problems involving the office. They must be efficient, organized and personable.
Because of the nature of business conducted at the office, it is very important to be sure that all employees of the office have immunization records that are up to date, for the safety of the employee, co-workers, as well as the patients.
In addition, all employees should be trained and certified in CPR and Basic Life Support (BLS) techniques. Because it is a medical office, employees must be prepared for emergencies. A CPR and Basic Life Support class will provide employees with the necessary techniques needed for medical emergencies.
In order to keep the office looking professional, certain policies should be followed regarding the appearance of employees. The first step is to enforce a specified uniform that must be followed by all employees. This usually consists of white shoes/sneakers, white socks and a designated color for all clothing. All long hair should be kept tied back and above the shoulders.
All office employees must remember to treat patients with courtesy at all times. Office personnel should seem pleasant and helpful to the patients.