Medical Assistants perform administrative and clinical duties under the supervision of a physician or physician assistant. Medical assistants work as part of the healthcare team to facilitate the unit's ability to meet its goals and objectives.
Medical Assistant: Duties include, but not limited to:
Greet patients and obtain up-to-date personal, confidential information and medical history.
Perform a variety of assisting and servicing activities, both with the patients and to help maintain the area.
Receiving phone calls, process messages as appropriate, scheduling appointments, managing specialty referrals and billing.
Prepare and maintain patient medical records to ensure all pertinent information is up-to-date prior to and following physician’s visit and file appropriately.
Understanding and utilization of paper or electronic medical records.
Maintain organized and efficient office, monitor and track quality and safety data of office equipment.
Provide patient education, collecting and preparing laboratory specimens, assisting with procedures.
Ensure exam rooms are stocked and cleaned, supplies adequate, instruments and medical equipment are maintained per facility policy.
Transmitting prescription information and refills as directed.
Assist physician and physician assistant in exam rooms as indicated, obtain vital signs with appropriate documentation in patient’s chart, provide patient support.
8+ months of recent working experience as a Medical Assistant (not including clinical rotations/internships/externships)
Diploma or degree from a Medical Assistant training program
Current BLS Card
Current TB Screen
Valid Identification/Driver's License
Successful completion of a Background Check and Medely's screening process