Employee Spotlight

October 27th, 2020

Patient Centered Medical Home Blog

Janeen Medical Records Supervisor Interviewed by Tiffany Central Supply Supervisor Janeen has been a valued employee of Grants Pass Clinic for 14 years and was recently promoted to supervisor of the Medical Records Dept.  At work her nickname is either “Neenee” or “Neener.” Her favorite things about working at the clinic are the team work […]

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August 19th, 2020

Patient Centered Medical Home Blog

EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT-MIKE CANNON  Mike Cannon joined the staff of Grants Pass Clinic in February of this year following the closure of PrimaryHealth. From January 2019 to December 2019 he was the Community Outreach Specialist at PrimaryHealth.  Prior to this Mike spent 20 years in case management in California, Nevada and Oregon. His current position is […]

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Employee Spotlight

June 10th, 2020

Patient Centered Medical Home Blog

EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT PATTI WILSON  By Nina Lara, FNP-C I have had the pleasure of knowing Patti Wilson for 22 years and would like to share with you what makes her so special.  Patti rejoined the staff of Grants Pass Clinic earlier this year as a clerk in the Medical Records Department. From 2008 to 2019 […]

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Employee Spotlight by Trina

January 20th, 2020

Patient Centered Medical Home Blog

  Employee Spotlight Tammy is a certified medical assistant in our Acute Care Department. She has worked for Grants Pass Clinic for a total of 21 years.  She was the primary medical assistant for internal medicine physician, Dr. Tom Morris, for 15 years.  Tammy left the clinic when Dr. Morris retired and returned to work […]

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Keeping the Clinic Safe – by Gary Oliver

October 11th, 2019

Patient Centered Medical Home Blog

  Hi! My name is Gary Oliver and I am the Facilities Maintenance Technician at Grants Pass Clinic. I have worked the past 14 months ensuring that the building and grounds are in operating condition. It is a priority each day to make it comfortable and safe for our patients, providers, and employees. This daily […]

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Your Protected Health Information – by Lucy Gassner

July 31st, 2019

Patient Centered Medical Home Blog

 Grants Pass Clinic we take our patient’s privacy and Protected Health Information (PHI) very seriously. It is our strict policy that all staff who access and share patient information as part of their job, do so on a ‘need to know’ basis only.  If it’s not needed for their work, they won’t be allowed to […]

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The Greatest Reward – By Naomi Prevatt

July 1st, 2019

Patient Centered Medical Home Blog

My name is Naomi Prevatt. I am a licensed practical nurse and the supervisor of the Patient Care Department, Grants Pass Clinic’s largest staffed department.  In addition to those duties, I oversee many areas of quality improvement for the Clinic.  I supervise 36 medical assistants and nurses who help care for you. I strive to […]

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Cleaned, disinfected, or Sterilized? Its All good!

June 4th, 2019

Patient Centered Medical Home Blog

Cleaned, Disinfected, or Sterilized?  It’s All Good! How many of you reading this has sat in an exam room waiting for your provider to come in?  While you’re waiting, what do you do to pass the time?  If you’re anything like me, you probably start looking all around the room; taking it all in. You […]

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Welcome to Pediatrics Reception and Scheduling! by Jamie

May 2nd, 2019

Patient Centered Medical Home Blog

Welcome to Pediatrics Reception and Scheduling! Often times when you call our Pediatric Department to schedule or check in for an appointment you will speak to our primary Receptionist, Jamie.  She’s always ready to greet you with a smile in the most genuine, heartfelt way.  Her goal is to help you take care of your […]

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The Importance of Coding Your Medical Visit – by Jolene Lefeber, CRC

April 5th, 2019

Patient Centered Medical Home Blog

The Importance of Coding Your Medical Visit I have worked in the medical field for 41 years.  The first 38 years was as a Certified Surgical Technologist in the operating room.  I decided to change careers and went back to school to get my certification in Medical Coding and Billing.   As a CRC (Certified Risk […]

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