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Join Our Team2019-01-09T13:58:11+00:00

Elizabeth Wende Breast Care, LLC employees take great satisfaction in serving our patients and making EWBC a Center of Excellence. They are dedicated and caring professionals whose goal is to make the patients visit here as pleasant as possible often at a time of anxiety.

EWBC offers a competitive benefits package; health & dental coverage, life insurance, long & short term disability and a 401k.

If you are looking for a great work environment, wonderful employees, generous time off, and a workplace committed to helping women, please feel free to send or fax your resume.

We will keep your resume on file for one year in the event a job is posted. Thank you for your interest in EWBC.

Position Description:

Exciting opportunity for a board certified/board eligible genetic counselor or Nurse Practitioner with Genetics experience to join our Genetic Counseling and Cancer Risk Assessment Office. The genetic counselor will provide genetic education, counseling and psychological support to affected individuals as well as at-risk family members.


  • Provide genetic counseling services for a wide variety of inherited cancer syndromes in a fast-paced clinical setting.
  • Work as part of a dynamic team under the supervision of a senior genetic counselor and in collaboration with a multiple-member support staff team.


  • Candidates must hold a Master’s degree in genetic counseling from an accredited ABGC (American Board of Genetic Counseling) training program and be Board Eligible/Board Certified by ABGC or ACMG (American Board of Medical Genetics) OR a Nurse Practitioner experience in Genetics.
  • Must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively communicate medical information, test results, diagnoses and management plans in an easily understood manner.
  • Experience and/or interest in research is also desirable.
  • Candidates must have excellent writing skills.
  • Be able to work independently as well as with a team.

Contributes to quality patient care while delivering radiologic procedures, operates radiologic equipment and performs mammography procedures to assist physicians in the diagnosis of disease.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Prepares and positions patient for mammography procedures.
  • Explains procedures to patient to reduce anxieties and obtain patient cooperation and consent.
  • Moves imaging equipment into specified position, determines exposure factors based on patient characteristics and adjusts equipment controls to set exposure factors and produce images of proper detail, density, and accuracy.
  • Performs routine views and additional views as needed.
  • Practices radiation protection techniques to minimize radiation to patient and staff.
  • Reviews images for proper identification and quality control.
  • Answers patients’ questions regarding breast self exam.
  • Prepares images for reading by radiologist or requesting physician.
  • Performs routine maintenance, diagnoses malfunctions, and makes minor repairs on radiologic equipment, arranging for repairs as needed.
  • Routine completion of daily, weekly, and semi-annually quality control procedures and paperwork
  • Completes forms and maintains records, logs, and reports of work performed.
  • Prepares necessary notes in patient’s electronic medical record.

Has thorough knowledge of PACS and Avaris(dashboard).

Other Areas:

  • MRI
  • Cores
  • Dexa
  • Quality Control of various digital equipment.
  • Research Studies

Education and/or Experience:

  • Two year program from college or technical school with licensure and registration and three to six months
    related experience and/or training
  • Ability to interpret images quality
  • Must be certified; mammography certification option, but will be required once employed

Position Description

Delivers quality patient care while performing diagnostic and screening breast ultrasound and related diagnostic procedures. Must have the ability to independently operate ultrasound equipment and assist physicians in the diagnosis process.


All Sonographers must be qualified by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS), have academic and clinical experience in sonography, remain current and up-to-date with continuing education (30 CME’s/ 3 years) and be active members of the ARDMS organization.


Graduate of an accredited Diagnostic Medical Sonography program with appropriate clinical experience.
● Must be registry eligible upon graduation but certification by the ARDMS in the appropriate specialty areas will be required once employed.

Position Description:

This position is separated into two main functions: Answer calls made to the practice, ensure patient’s appointments are made in accordance with practice protocol and greet and check in patients at the front desk.

This position is subject to all HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) regulations and only necessary access to the medical software will be given.  EWBC takes it’s responsibility to guard PHI (Protected Health Information) of our patients very seriously.  Training will be provided to ensure compliance.

Primary Responsibilities:

Front Desk

  • Greet and check in/out patients at the front desk
  • Take co-pay amount upon check out
  • Enter patient information into medical software
  • Ensure patient information is accurate in system and make necessary corrections per practice protocol
  • Answer patient questions
  • Escort patients to waiting room and explain practice process
  • Ensure all front desk procedures are followed
  • Verify insurance for patients with upcoming appointments

Appointment Scheduling

  • Answer in-coming phone calls and route calls, if necessary, to appropriate individual
  • Make appointments for patients following clinic protocol
  • Answer patient questions
  • Verify all patient information
  • Other duties as assigned

Position Qualifications:

  • Associate’s Degree or 1-3 years equivalent industry experience
  • Ability to handle sensitive information
  • Computer knowledge, must be able to type
  • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills
  • Maintain a high degree of confidentiality

Individual must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.



Position Description:

This position is responsible for interpreting, transcribing and editing speech recognized dictation by the physicians and the Genetics Department regarding patient assessment, workup, therapeutic procedures and clinical follow-up in order to document patient care and facilitate health care delivery.  Ensure the distribution of signed reports to referring physicians, RHIO and GRIPA.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Complete transcription/editing of digital speech recognized dictation, based on prioritized work types and to provide a permanent record of patient care
  • Ensure each letter includes all pertinent information according to doctor’s verbatim dictation, any procedures completed, statements necessary for billing purposes, BI-RADs categories where necessary and recall information
  • Complete edits as indicated by auditors through the use of EWBC Forums
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the medical legal implications and responsibilities related to the transcription of patient records to protect the patient and clinic practice
  • Operate computer equipment, dictation and transcription software systems to complete work efficiently
  • Work with other departments to coordinate work flow and patient care
  • Include CRA information in report when required
  • Include NYS breast density passage when required
  • Include study information when applicable
  • Print Patient Portals
  • Run Fax Manager at the end of the day
  • Check accuracy of reports through MRI and RE lists
  • Maintain referring physician database
  • Create reports for positive and atypical core biopsy results
  • Review the Transcription dash first thing to ensure that all of the patients from the prior day have been dictated
  • A list of missing dictations is then communicated to the physician (for some by IM with their assistant, for others on paper)
  • Use Comments to communicate status of each missing report
  • Create reports from Screenings to be Typed column on Transcription dash based on codes supplied by medical assistants
  • Check to make sure that all core biopsies are dictated and given priority work type on Console
  • Distribute audited reports to Transcriptionist who created report for editing
  • Monitor the UTX patients who declined US and create report as per Comments
  • Release signed and audited reports from Billing and Transcription dash – will then automatically be distributed appropriately based on referring physician preferences (print, fax, RHIO, GRIPA)
  • Separate printed reports. Fold multiple page reports and put in envelopes.  Separate reports going to referring physicians and reports going to patients for mailing

Position Qualifications:

  • Associate’s Degree or 1-3 years equivalent industry experience
  • Ability to handle sensitive information
  • Computer knowledge, must be able to type
  • Excellent customer service and interpersonal skills
  • Maintain a high degree of confidentiality

Individual must be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.

Status:  Non-exempt

Position Description:

Primarily responsible for assisting technologists with procedures and patient flow. Assists department manager as needed.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Accompany patients to various areas as needed
  • Stays with patient during mammogram or biopsy procedure if needed
  • Helps with patient transfer from wheelchair to chair
  • Assists with special needs patients
  • Stays in biopsy room with technologist doing data entry to computer as needed
  • Maintain core biopsy and mammography rooms by cleaning, stocking, and setting up
  • Stocks medical supplies as they arrive weekly
  • Maintains proper inventory of needed supplies
  • Assists Digital Coordinator as needed
  • Changes/adds patient information in the computer
  • Works with patient advocate to communicate patients’ needs
  • Assists department manager with office duties
  • Works as liaison to various departments as needed
  • Assists in DEXA as needed

End of Day Responsibilities:

  • Stocks mammography rooms
  • Lightly cleans equipment in mammogram and core biopsy rooms

Education and/or Experience:

  • Associate Degree or 1-3 years experience in medical office setting
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent patient care and customer service skills

Position Description:

Provides and assists with health care services to patients under direction and responsibility of a Physician.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Schedules diagnostic appointments for patients and verifies all information in Avairis; selects correct ICD9 codes for billing purposes
  • Explains to the patients the procedures and processes the physician will be performing
  • Submits electronically regular screening appointments to insurance for billing purposes
  • Answers pages/calls for physician when physician unavailable
  • Assists with ultrasound fine needle aspirations, cyst aspirations and core biopsies
  • Establishes diagnostic and screening recalls
  • Generates patient letters
  • Provides results to patients
  • Escorts patient to/from waiting room
  • Digitally hang both screening and diagnostic mammograms
  • Collects history information from patient
  • Organizes workflow in physician office
  • Monitors patient wait time and flow in screening area
  • Schedules patients for recalls when necessary
  • Aids in communication between patient and physician and techs and physician
  • Prepares specimens for laboratory analysis
  • Alerts patient advocate when necessary
  • Maintains professional manner with patient and physician
  • Follows up with screening patients who left without obtaining their results
  • Alerts research department to consent patient for studies
  • Digitally hang awaitings for Physicians to review


Kim Scott
Human Resources
Elizabeth Wende Breast Care
170 Sawgrass Drive
Rochester, NY 14620
Fax: 585-442-1837