Support the organization's mission, vision, and values by exhibiting an ongoing commitment to the highest standards in all phases of the company's operations. Assume service-oriented attitude to gain a sense of pride and accomplishment. Accepts the team approach with dedication and commitment towards all work performed.
A position responsible for performing a variety of duties depending on whether it is a small clinic, large medical practice, multi-clinic, or a specialty office. They may be involved in both the clinical and administrative areas including assisting physicians with patient care and handling clerical, environmental, and organizational tasks, provides information to patients so they may fully utilize and benefit from the clinical services, and may be assigned to a specific medical specialty department (e.g., pediatrics).
Design - Demonstrates attention to detail.
Education and/or Experience: High School diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED), Medical Assisting diploma from an accredited vocational institution, a community college program in medical assisting. Appropriate certificate indicating passing grade for specific specialty if working in specialty departments; e.g., pediatric medical assistant exam.
Minimum one year of recent experience working in a medical facility as a medical assistant and or documented evidence of externship completed in a medical office. Experience with Electrocardiogram (EKG), taking vital signs, venipuncture, capillary and giving injections.
Other Requirements: Must possess a current CPR certification and current health records with the appropriate immunization to work in the health care field (Hepatitis B and Tuberculosis).
Fulfills patient care responsibilities as assigned that may include checking schedules and organizing patient flow; accompanying patients to exam/procedure room; assisting patients as needed with walking transfers, dressing, collecting specimens, preparing for exam, etc.; collecting patient history; performing screening per provider guidelines; assisting providers/nurses with various procedures; charting; relaying instructions to patients/families; answering calls, and providing pertinent information.
While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms and talk or hear.