Campus Health Student Data Entry
Department of Family Medicine
Family medicine is the medical specialty that provides continuing and comprehensive health care for individuals and families. This specialty integrates the biological, clinical and behavioral sciences and encompasses all ages and sexes, each organ system, and every disease entity. It is this combination that qualifies family medicine physicians to provide continuing and comprehensive medical care and health maintenance and preventive services to each member of a family regardless of patient type or problem be it biological, behavioral or social.
1.Data entry of numerous immunizations and medical lab results. Students must enter the data
correctly and know immunization schedules to be able to decide if immunizations are valid.
2. Off-site Flu clinics - assist with making appointments and the general flow of the clinic.
3. Special projects - making power point slides, posters, signs, flyers, etc. to promote the clinic or
special events supported by the clinic
4. Health Fairs - assist with running Health Fairs at the Campus Center.
5. Covid Mitigation testing- assist with paperwork and appointments at Covid Mitigation testing.
6. Fit Testing Clinics- assist with appointments, workflow, and possibly be trained in administering
of Fit Tests.
Minimum Education: High school diploma or GED required; some college preferred.
Minimum Experience: One year of data entry experience preferred, preferably in a healthcare environment.
Required knowledge, skills, and abilities: The incumbent should have a proven high attention to detail and an ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously without losing focus. Will possess strong interpersonal skills, build and maintain positive relationships, effectively work with people of different cultures, and communicate with individuals at all levels of the organization both verbally and in writing. Will take responsibility for solving problems, making process improvements, and delivering quality services with a customer-focused mindset in an environment that fosters understanding, collaborative teamwork and knowledge sharing.
Outcomes & benefits to students:
Exposure to multiple healthcare program’s student education regulations and requirements
Experience working in a professional office setting
Professional development opportunities by collaborating with IT on reporting projects
Communicator – Student will learn how to be a better communicator by building relationships with faculty, staff, and peers. The individual in this position will improve active listening skills by interacting with and assisting medical personnel and healthcare staff in daily tasks. Enhancing the student’s exposure to a multitude of people from differing backgrounds will offer the opportunity to develop an ever growing appreciation for diversity in the workplace and community.