Certified Medical Coder

Coding includes: E&M, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, laboratory, injections, and diagnostic imaging.

  • Certified Professional Coder (CPC) through AAPC or AHIMA (ICD-10 required)

  • Required to obtain coding certification for Hematology/Oncology after on-job training

  • Knowledge of Local Coverage Determinations and National Coverage Determinations, and coverage policies to determine medical necessity

  • Self-motivated and ability to work independently with minimal supervision

  • Strong communication skills (written and oral) and ability to work with clinical and non-clinical staff

  • Review and post charges daily

  • Ability to do math calculations

  • Ability to be organized with strong attention to detail and meet deadlines

  • Knowledge of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, medical imaging and laboratory coding desired but not required

  • Ability to process large volume

  • Extensive knowledge of anatomy and medical terminology and ability to research coding related questions

  • High level of competency with computers, the internet, and computer software

  • High School Diploma or equivalent

Please call (304) 253-6060 ext. 276 for additional information or send resume to mblevins@clcancercenter.com

Registered Nurse

Make a difference in someone’s life by working in Medical Oncology at Carl Larson Cancer Center.  In general, our Registered Nurses provide direct patient care in the infusion area following the medical oncologists’ orders. If you are interested in this position, please apply via indeed or contact Nathan Parks at nparks@clcancercenter.com.

This is a full-time position at a free-standing cancer treatment facility that provides radiation therapy, chemotherapy, diagnostic imaging, and clinical lab tests.Monday through Friday. Nine paid holidays per year which includes two days each for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year. 401K, Health, Vision, Dental, Life and disability insurances available.