Human Resources Manager
Some of the most skilled and respected physicians and staff in Madison practice under our roof. We have proudly served generations of families in Madison and surrounding communities. We provide convenient, comprehensive primary care, specialty care and more all in one convenient location. In an increasingly complex and impersonal health care system, Associated Physicians favors long-term doctor-patient relationships. If these are values you share, come join our team!
Associated Physicians, LLP offers generous fringe benefits that include:
Earned Time Off
Sect. 125 Flexible Benefit Plan
Employer-Paid Short Term Disability Insurance
Employer-Paid Long Term Disability Insurance
401(k) and Profit Sharing Plan
Voluntary Life Insurance
Benefits eligibility is dependent upon employment status. The benefits listed above are available to employees working 30 hours per week or more.
Management at Associated Physicians is excellent. My direct supervisor is organized and provides great constructive criticism. She does a nice job of recognizing her employees and shows appreciation for their efforts.
Fantastic environment to work in with caring employees and physicians. They value your opinions and you are truly a part of a team.
My superiors are compassionate and fun, and my coworkers are awesome. AP is always trying to innovate and find ways to make the lives of both staff and patients better.
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*We review familial applicants of current employees on a case-by-case basis*
Clinic CMA-Internal Medicine
The CMA assists in providing and coordinating care for patients in Internal Medicine. Duties include, but are not limited to rooming patients; assisting in procedures; scheduling tests/procedures; administering injections; prepping charts and abstracting results; cleaning and stocking rooms; and may assist with autoclaving. Monitoring and responding to MyChart requests, result notes, unviewed results, unread message alerts, etc. Completing stat prior authorizations and treatment visits for patients who may need a blood pressure check, ear lavage, immunization, etc. Working the Epic In Basket and responding to non-symptom based calls from patients regarding refill requests, paperwork, immunization questions, etc.,
Patient Services Representative
Duties include, but are not limited to promptly answering incoming clinic calls in a pleasant and professional manner. Taking messages; scheduling appointments for internal medicine and screening and directing calls to the appropriate staff person or department. Monitoring incoming clinic faxes and routing to appropriate Care Team Representative. Immediately acknowledging and greeting patients and others in a positive and helpful manner. Providing directions, information, and other assistance as needed. Reviewing patient’s account and providing necessary assistance. Diffusing difficult patient situations and referring patient concerns to the appropriate supervisor.
The CMA assists in providing and coordinating care for pediatric patients. Duties include, but are not limited to assisting medical providers and care teams in organizing practices. Prioritizing responsibilities to efficiently manage patient flow and provider schedules. Preparing charts, obtaining necessary records from other facilities, and abstracting information from paper medical records and correspondence. Rooming patients, accurately collecting, recording and reporting patient’s condition including chief complaint, brief history, vital signs, height and weight, current medications and allergies. Documenting appropriate information and updating health maintenance information in patient’s medical record in a factual, accurate, thorough, and concise manner.
The Phlebotomist, under the general supervision of the Laboratory Supervisor, is responsible for performing phlebotomy, electrocardiograms, specimen processing, waived testing, and reporting test results. Specific duties include, but are not limited to receiving lab orders from physicians and nurses via the electronic medical record (EMR). Performing phlebotomy including adult or pediatric venipunctures, finger sticks, or heel sticks observing strict principles of antisepsis to prevent infection of patient and contamination of specimens. Collecting and processing urine and throat cultures. Performing EKG testing. Performing technical laboratory functions including chemistry, hematology, urinalysis, immunology, and microbiology.
Clinic RN-Internal Medicine
Duties include, but are not limited to providing nursing care to patients in accordance with established nursing standards. Working the Epic In-Basket and responds to symptom based calls from patients. Monitoring and responds to MyChart messages from patients and other members of the care team. Assisting in scheduling tests, treatments or procedures at other facilities. Assessing patient status to determine need for treatment and responding to situations as necessary under direction of medical provider.
AP’s internists care for adults aged 18 and over, providing comprehensive primary and preventive care including checkups and annual physicals; prevention and management of adult diseases; and diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and chronic conditions. Your practice here will only consist of clinic work.
A 1:6 call rotation will be required for both weekdays and weekends, but does not include hospital call or rounding. The clinic is open Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 5pm, and Saturday from 8am to 12pm. You may work 4 or 4 ½ days per week in the clinic, and Saturdays are staffed by the internist on call.
Lab Technician (MLT)
The Clinical Lab Technician collects and processes specimens, performs tests, reports results, and is responsible for the routine operation of the laboratory.
Duties include, but are not limited to receiving and processing lab orders. Providing instructions, preparing patients, collecting specimens, and performing testing procedures. Performing phlebotomy including adult or pediatric venipunctures, finger sticks or heel sticks. Collecting and processing urine and throat cultures. Performing chemistry, hematology, urinalysis, immunology, and microbiology testing. Processing and verifying laboratory results. Reporting test results according to clinic protocols, alerting staff to critical results.