Medical Records LPN at Flatirons Health & Rehab

Flatirons Health & Rehab is a 48 bed skilled nursing facility specializing in short stay rehabilitation that just opened. Our facility is designed to provide rehabilitation with the essence of home and family in mind. We have implemented a new non-institutional model that families respond confidently that their relatives and loved ones are in a supportive and comforting environment. Our model is inspired by the care we would provide for our own families. When it is all said and done, everything we do is engineered to Improve Lives and Exceed Expectations!


General Information
Location  1107 W. Century Drive
Louisville, CO 80027
United States
Employee Type  Exempt - FT
Job Category  Medical Records


The Medical Records Clerk is responsible for maintaining, incorporating, and accurately accounting for all medical records on each individual resident in the facility.



  • Provides information for the Quality Assurance Committee's weekly and monthly meetings.  Documents and reports potential and actual issues that affect quality care and services.
  • Audits and thins all medical charts at least every 90 days.
  • Closes and files discharged resident medical charts.  Reviews charts of discharged residents for deficient information.  Ensures compliance for correction of deficient documentation.
  • Files resident medical information on a timely basis in the resident's chart in chronological order.  Assures that each section of the resident's record is maintained in a neat, organized and readable format.
  • Ensures that Physician orders, telephone orders and other records requiring signatures are received and filed within the required time frame.
  • Maintains effective communication with others, both inside and outside the department, to give or obtain needed information or coordinate resident activities (such as doctors' appointments).
  • Ensure that residents are seen by their physicians.
  • Ensures that routine lab work is completed and filed in the required time frames.
  • Assures personal and staff compliance to all State and Federal regulations including bloodborne pathogens, infection control, use of hazardous materials and fire safety.
  • Helps transports residents.
  • Answers phones.
  • Files as necessary.
  • Other duties as required from time-to-time.




Applicants must be a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

Applicants must have a working knowledge of medical terminology, computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook), and copy / scan / fax machine.  

The employee must be well organized and detail oriented.  The employee must demonstrate a high level of confidentiality and compliance with HIP