Careers

Kensington Clinic employs a variety of professionals, including nurses (RNs only), social workers, certified surgical processors and medical receptionists. Working as a team, we value reproductive choice, respect for patients and excellence in abortion care. If there is nothing posted here in your field, you are welcome to submit your resume and we will keep it on file for review if a position becomes available. Resumes may be emailed to kclinic@telus.net or faxed to 403-283-9139.

*CURRENTLY HIRING*

We are hiring a permanent part-time Medical Office Assistant (MOA) to join our team at Kensington Clinic. Ours is an often busy, dynamic, and fast-paced work environment. Kensington Clinic is focused on creating inclusive environments for all patients and staff. We are looking for someone who is empathetic, non-judgmental, and open-to-learning in the growing medical field of abortion care. We are a small, yet diverse team of medical professionals who are focused on patient-centered care. Being pro-choice is a must to work at Kensington Clinic. We encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds and are working to represent the communities we serve.

We are looking for an MOA who is:

  • Pro-choice
  • Patient-focused, compassionate, and non-judgmental
  • Familiar with Electronic Medical Record (EMR), Netcare, and Alberta Health Insurance
  • Informed about abortion care & access in Canada
  • Open to learning new ideas
  • Able to follow Kensington Clinic’s Policies & Procedures
  • A problem solver – able to think quickly & solve problems in a fast paced environment
  • Able to thrive working within an interdisciplinary team and independently
  • Able to get along well with others
  • MOA experience is an asset
  • Able to remain calm while working in an fast paced, open space work environment
  • Able to build rapport with marginalized individuals
  • Able to work in a gender-inclusive environment
  • Able to work well with patients & staff who have different perspectives & worldviews
  • Able to demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning & curiosity

The MOA position duties include:

  • Booking patients appropriately via a multi-line phone system
  • Answering patients concerns & questions and corresponding with doctors & nurses when needed
  • Completing patient intakes and creating charts (this includes compiling demographic and medical information)
  • Using a Electronic Medical Record to record confidential patient information
  • Directing calls to the appropriate departments & staff
  • Checking patients into the clinic for their appointments
  • Making & updating patient charts for each business day
  • Scanning, filing, faxing, and general office duties
  • Working collaboratively with physicians, nurses, and other staff to provide the best care for patients by following clinic policies & procedures
  • Collaborating & assisting team members to facilitate best practice clinical care