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With three locations in the Denver metro area, Urology Associates (UA) provides the highest quality of innovative urological care in Colorado. Our dedicated staff is comprised of caring medical professionals who go above and beyond for our patients.

More than just a job, by joining UA’s team you’ll find a rewarding healthcare career. To apply for one of the openings listed below please send your resume and cover letter to Sue Torkelson at [email protected].

Current Healthcare Job Openings

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Medical Assistant (Englewood)

Job description:
  • To coordinate and monitor care of patients in the assigned clinical area.
  • This position has compliance accountability and/or responsibility for Urology Associate’s policies and procedures, the principles of responsibility, accreditation standards (if applicable), and applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations, as well as proper use of Urology Associate’s personal computer (PC) and applications.
Fundamental principles:
  • Practice standard precautions, including handwashing and disposal of biohazardous materials.
  • Apply principles of aseptic technique and infection control.
  • Perform sterilization techniques.
  • Comply with quality assurance practices.
  • Exceptional customer service, highly motivated, and able to work in a fast pace environment.
Diagnostic procedures:
  • Collect and process specimens.
  • Perform CLIA waived/non-waived tests.
  • Perform EKGs.
  • Set up lab, procedure and examination rooms daily.
  • Collect, log, use microscope and spin urines.
  • Prepare urine for cultures, PCA3s and cytology.
  • Keep patient rooms stocked with supplies and medication samples.
  • Autoclave all necessary instruments.
  • Keep logs of all tests ordered.
  • Run lab controls daily.
  • Print lab orders.
  • Distribute lab results, reports, etc. to appropriate physicians.
  • Set up, assist other nurses and clean up for procedures:
    • Cystoscopes.
    • Hydrocele aspiration.
    • Stent removal.
    • Flow rates/PVR.
    • Vasectomies.
    • BCG, Intron A.
    • Fulguration.
    • Cath insertion/removal.
  • Clean and disinfect lab and exam rooms.
  • Use of proper grammar and appropriate language with all communication.
  • Assist the clinical manager, practice administrator and physicians with the orderly business operation as necessary, including but not limited to assisting other employees as directed.
  • Answer phones in a timely manner, using appropriate telephone etiquette.
  • Conduct business in a professional manner at all times, treating patients and coworkers with respect and dignity: mindful to avoid the use of inappropriate language and behavior.
  • Provide ongoing assurance of functional emergency equipment and adequate emergency drug supplies. Respond to emergency situations throughout medical facility. Document emergency situation to supervisor.
  • Implement patient teaching plans for areas of prostate cancer, kidney stones, BPH, infertility, and other areas as designated.
  • Act as patient advocate and resolve patient problems. Bring unresolved issues to clinical supervisor’s attention.
  • Perform other related duties as directed.
Physical requirements:
  • Lift, push and pull patients.
  • Perform simple motor skills and manipulative skills such as standing, walking, writing and use of various pieces of office equipment.
  • Perform gross body coordination such as walking, stooping and standing while performing tasks, carrying and lifting objects.
  • Requires standing or bending over equipment for long periods of time.
  • Requires ability to see objects closely to allow for reading of instruments, physician orders and computer screens.
  • Requires ability to use depth perception, judge distance, size, color and shape of an object.
  • Requires ability to hear normal sounds with background noise as in answering phone, intercom, equipment sounds and alarms.
  • Requires ability to process great amounts of information, apply strong problem-solving skills, exercise good judgment, concentrate on details with interruptions and deal with a variety of abstract/concrete variables.
Travel requirements: Minimum requirements:
  • A least one-year of current experience in private practice or ambulatory setting and proficiency in the use of applicable computer software is required.
  • Completion of a medical assistant program from an accredited school.
  • Current MA certificate/diploma in appropriate jurisdiction is required. Must be certified or able to take certification exam within six months of hire. Current BLS certification is required.
Position location: Urology Associates - Englewood

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Sue Torkelson at [email protected]

Email Sue Torkelson

Referral Clerk (Englewood)

Position summary:
  • Works with surgery scheduling, front office staff, radiology scheduling and billing to ensure that insurance referrals are in place and current with appropriate visits available.
  • Contacts insurance carriers for pre-authorizations of procedures and medications.
  • Schedules office-related visits when necessary in a thorough and friendly manner.
  • Responsible for accurate data entry of patient demographics and primary/referring physicians.
  • Ensures that all details of the visit are communicated to the patient so that upon arrival the appointment can go on as scheduled.
Job responsibilities:
  • Have excellent understanding of all protocols regarding referrals and pre-authorizations as designated by the departments. Exceptional attention to detail.
  • Knowledge/understanding of all appointment types.
  • Pulls reports daily to ensure that patient referrals are done prior to the patients’ arrival.
  • Maintains/rechecks documentation and scans completed authorizations and pre-authorizations into EHR.
  • Enters authorization information into the patient management system. .
  • Schedule patients for follow-ups as needed.
  • Replies to all inter-office emails requesting authorizations and referrals.
  • Communicates with office and nursing staff upon completion of urgent/stat referral/pre-authorizations.
  • Contact patients in a timely and friendly manner when needed to obtain insurance information.
  • Schedule new patients from incoming referrals and the VA.
  • Get referrals from PCPs for new and established patients.
  • Pre-cert – Testopel, PTNS, BCG, Botox, rezum, xgeva.
  • Run vasectomy report, call insurance to check every patient for out of pocket expense. Call patients with out of pocket costs.
  • Run testopel report to ensure that all authorizations have been received.
  • Scan new patient records to Demere.
  • Follow up on outstanding referrals.
  • Send letter to PCP if patient has not scheduled within one month.
  • Back up radiology scheduler for authorizations and scheduling as needed.
  • Other job duties as required.
Qualifications:
  • High school degree or GED required.
  • Computer skills required.
  • Insurance authorization experience preferred.
  • Scheduling experience a plus to include surgery and office visits.
  • Strong organization skills.
  • Strong communications skills, both oral and written.
  • Some knowledge of medical terminology.
Requirements:
  • Manual dexterity: Constantly required to perform gross body coordination such as walking, stooping, and standing while performing tasks, carrying and lifting objects. Constantly required to perform simple motor skills and manipulative skills such as typing and writing.
  • Mobility: Constantly required to sit for long periods of time. Required to walk and stand (including for long periods of time).
  • Visual discrimination: Constantly required to read computer screen.
  • Hearing: Constantly required to hear normal sounds with some background noise when answering phones.
  • Mental: Able to process great amounts of information, apply problem solving skills and exercise good judgment. Able to concentrate on details with interruptions.
Travel requirements: none.

Position location: Urology Associates - Englewood

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Sue Torkelson at [email protected]

Email Sue Torkelson

Clerical (Englewood)

Position summary
  • You are the face of the practice.
  • You need to be able to handle the patient’s needs with grace and efficiency ensuring accuracy at all levels of contact.
Job responsibilities:
  • Prep charts per nurse’s direction.
  • Greet patients – you are the face of the practice.
  • Ensure that HIPAA regulations are followed at all times.
  • Enter all demographic and insurance information accurately and completely.
  • Collect co-pays or amounts due.
  • Ensure that Nurse/PA/MD knows that patient has checked in.
  • Acknowledge all patients as they arrive and address them in a timely manner.
  • Schedule patients for follow-up appointments.
  • Schedule patients for recall appointments accurately.
  • Distribute patient education as required and test/lab order slips as needed.
  • Ensure patient has contact information for procedures/tests to be scheduled.
  • Review and distribute incoming faxes hourly and review your email hourly.
  • Complete all fast-track scanning quickly, with nothing left at end of day.
  • Assist physicians with locating information as needed (referring MDs, etc.).
  • Break down charts throughout the day, scanning/indexing all new information.
  • Put charts together for next day, correcting usual providers as needed.
  • Prepare charts for late day add-ons.
  • Settle credit card machine and balance at end of day.
  • Complete closing duties including locking money bag and preparing transport envelopes.
  • Pick up mail daily.
  • Straighten front lobby mid-day and end of day or as needed.
  • You are part of a team and must work cooperatively with your co-workers.
Qualifications:
  • High school degree or GED required.
  • Computer skills required.
  • Scheduling and front office experience preferred.
  • Strong organization skills.
  • Strong communications skills, both oral and written.
Requirements:
  • Manual dexterity: Required to perform gross body coordination such as walking, stooping, and standing while performing tasks, carrying and lifting objects. Required to perform simple motor skills and manipulative skills such as typing and writing.
  • Mobility: Required to sit for long periods of time. Required to walk and stand (including for long periods of time).
  • Visual discrimination: Required to read computer screen.
  • Hearing: Required to hear normal sounds with some background noise when answering phones.
  • Mental: Able to process great amounts of information, apply problem solving skills and exercise good judgment. Ability to multitask.
Travel requirements: Occasional travel between offices for a daily assignment or meetings.

Position location: Urology Associates - Englewood

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Sue Torkelson at [email protected]

Email Sue Torkelson

Office Nurse (Englewood)

Purpose:
  • To coordinate and monitor care of patients in the assigned clinical area.
  • This position also has compliance accountability and/or responsibility for Urology Associate’s policies and procedures, the principles of responsibility, accreditation standards (if applicable), and applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations, as well as, proper use of Urology Associate’s personal computer (PC) and applications.
Responsibilities:
  • Assist physicians with patient flow in clinic.
  • Set up lab, procedure and examination rooms daily.
  • Collect, log, use microscope and spin urines.
  • Prepare urine for cultures and cytology.
  • Keep patient rooms stocked with supplies and medication samples.
  • Autoclave all necessary instruments.
  • Keep logs of all tests ordered.
  • Run lab controls daily.
  • Print lab orders.
  • Distribute lab results, reports, etc. to appropriate physicians.
  • Set-up, assist and clean up for procedures:
    • Cystoscopes.
    • Hydrocele aspiration.
    • Stent Removal.
    • Flow Rates/PVR.
    • Vasectomies.
    • BCG, Intron A.
    • Fulguration.
    • Cath insertion/removal.
  • Clean and disinfect lab and exam rooms.
  • Use of proper grammar and appropriate language with all communication.
  • Assist the clinical supervisor, practice administrator and physicians with the orderly business operation as necessary, including but not limited to assisting other employees as directed.
  • Answer phones in a timely manner, using appropriate telephone etiquette.
  • Conduct business in a professional manner at all times, treating patients and coworkers with respect and dignity: mindful to avoid the use of inappropriate language and behavior.
  • Provides ongoing assurance of functional emergency equipment and adequate emergency drug supplies. Responds to emergency situations throughout medical facility. Documents emergency situations to supervisor.
  • Coordinates, implements and evaluates patient teaching plans for areas of prostate cancer, kidney stones, BPH, infertility, and other areas as designated.
  • Triages walk-in patients as needed or assigned. Acts as a resource person to MAs LPNs, research coordinators and clinic assistants.
  • Acts as patient advocate and resolves patient problems. Brings unresolved issues to clinical coordinator's attention.
  • Performs other related duties as directed.
Requirements:
  • Lift, push and pull patients.
  • Perform simple motor skills and manipulative skills such as standing, walking, writing and use of various pieces of office equipment.
  • Perform gross body coordination such as walking, stooping and standing while performing tasks, carrying and lifting objects.
  • Requires standing or bending over equipment for long periods of time.
  • Requires ability to see objects closely to allow for reading of instruments, physician orders and computer screens.
  • Requires ability to use depth perception, judge distance, size, color and shape of an object.
  • Requires ability to hear normal sounds with background noise as in answering phone, intercom, equipment sounds and alarms.
  • Requires ability to process great amounts of information, apply strong problem-solving skills, exercise good judgment, concentrate on details with interruptions and deal with a variety of abstract/concrete variable.
Minimum requirements:
  • A least one year of current experience in private practice or ambulatory setting is required.
  • Proficiency in the use of applicable computer software.
  • Graduation from an accredited school of nursing with an ADN, BSN.
  • Current RN license in appropriate jurisdiction is required. Current CPR certification is required.
Travel: Requires some travel between clinics.

Position location: Urology Associates - Englewood

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Sue Torkelson at [email protected]

Email Sue Torkelson