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Medical Coordinator

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PERFECTLY IMPERFECT PUPS

  • 12 people are interested

Perfectly imperfect Pups is a non-profit dog rescue in Raleigh NC. We specialize in dogs with higher medical needs and special needs.

The Medical coordinator position is to keep track of all medical procedures that happen to the dogs while in the rescue as well as prior to coming in, track them and make appointments for medical care.

  • Based on a medical guideline we give, determine what the dogs needs are for basic medical care. If they come in with a major medical condition then coordinate with the Foster coordinator or director to see what the plan is.
  • Coordinate with the foster families and contact the vet to make an apt for anything the dog needs
  • Recording all appointments into the system
  • Gather the records from the vet and record them in the system
  • Go through records a few times a week to see what dogs ongoing continuing medical needs are

No experience needed. We will train and provide ongoing support.



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About PERFECTLY IMPERFECT PUPS

Location:

14460 FALLS OF NEUSE RD 149-386, RALEIGH, NC 27614, US

Mission Statement

Perfectly Imperfect Pups (PIPs) aims to build a community of like-minded, kick-ass dog rescue ninjas that strives to save the lives of at-risk dogs.

Description

Our name says it all, PIPs’ primary focus are medical and special needs dogs that are often overlooked. We call these dogs "PIP-abled" which means perfectly imperfect. A dog that may need a wheelchair, is missing limbs, deaf, blind or in need of some extra love and care - this is our niche.
While we love our PIP-abled dogs; puppies, healthy adult dogs, and seniors have our hearts as well. We are inclusive of all dogs in need.

Animals

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Administrative Support
  • Data Entry

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • 2-5 hours per week. Most can be done any time of the day but need to be available some during business hours

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