Full Time Medical Research Scribe/Assistant for a World Renowned San Francisco Orthopaedic Surgery/Sports Medicine Clinic and Research Foundation
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Are you interested in?
• Being a part of an inspired and compassionate team
• Expanding your skills and exposure to medicine; receiving extensive specialized training
• Working with a progressive surgeon, Dr. Kevin Stone
o TED talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/kevin_stone_the_bio_future_of_joint_replacement?language=en
We are looking for a medical research scribe to join our team. Come to work side by side with a progressive orthopaedic surgeon, a compassionate staff, and highly motivated patients as well as a separate research foundation. Accompany the physician during patient visits to document history, exam, imaging review, and diagnosis/treatment plan for our foundation’s research database. Interact with patients to collect research information. Become an expert at database design and operation. Support foundation administrative activities as well. Among others, this position is ideal for pre-med students or those interested in pursuing a career as a nurse, physician assistant or other healthcare provider or a graduate degree in medical sciences. It will include exposure to orthopaedic research, clinical studies and cutting-edge procedures. Must be able to type a minimum of 80 WPM.
Who we are:
Located in San Francisco’s Marina District, The Stone Clinic is unlike most other orthopedic clinics. In our biologic method, we preserve as much of the natural biology of the joint as possible, regenerating and rebuilding with donor tissue. In this new “anabolic era” of joint repair we can stimulate and augment the body’s own natural healing response using stem cells and growth factors. Our goal is to have our patients return fitter, faster and stronger than they were before they were hurt. Everybody at the clinic works hard to make sure that happens.
A patient told us, “Eleven years later and I’m very active. I bike 100 – 150 miles a week; I surf, play golf and snowboard. I’ve enjoyed having an active life back.”
To respond to this opportunity, please email your cover letter and resume to: email@example.com. Please put “Medical Research Scribe” in the subject line.