Puget Sound Orthopaedics is the largest independent bone and joint practice in Pierce County. In addition to three clinic locations in Lakewood, Tacoma and Gig Harbor, we also operate Lakewood Surgery Center, an outpatient ambulatory surgery center, and Puget Sound Imaging, an MRI diagnostic imaging suite. Our team comprises of 14 board-certified orthopedic surgeons, 2 podiatrists, 9 physician assistants, and a 100-member support staff. We work together with the common goal of delivering expert, individualized, and compassionate attention to every patient. Staff and providers treat the patient as a whole, guided by a set of core values that are at the “HEART” of our mission – H.E.A.R.T. stands for Honesty, Empathy, Accountability, Respect and Teamwork.
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Cast technicians work with physicians and PA’s in caring for patients by applying varying casting techniques for different injuries and set casts according to the provider’s orders.
The medical assistant provides patient care under the direction and supervision of a physician and/or physician assistant.
Maintains organization of patient records, assists in general clerical duties and answers phones for medical records department.
Performs diagnostic orthopedic MRI procedures according to radiology requirements and safety protocols.
The patient access representative is responsible for scheduling patient appointments, gathering accurate patient demographic information and providing outstanding customer service as the first point of contact for patients to our clinic.
Provides excellent patient care and performs diagnostic radiography under the direction and supervision of a physician and/or physician assistant.
Provides care of the surgical patient in the operating room and perioperative setting under the direction of the Charge Nurse and ASC Director.
Performs nursing care for the patient in the immediate postoperative/post anesthesia period, assessing and documenting patient’s status upon arrival in the recovery room.
The sterile processing technician coordinates and collaborates the overall cleaning, decontamination, assembly and dispensing of surgical instruments, equipment and supplies needed for daily surgical procedures in our surgery center.
The surgical tech assists the surgeon by providing and controlling the sterile instruments, supplies, and equipment required during surgical intervention.