ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following:
Apply correct and up-to-date pharmacological principles in administering medication and perform venipuncture and administer immunizations for adults and pediatric populations.
Perform basic patient care with consideration for age and developmental stage needs.
Prepare for the initial care of the patients by rooming patients, taking vital signs (height, weight, blood pressure, temperature, respirations) and completing patient history.
Complete waive testing and specimen collections as required.
Respond to internal and external customer needs in a positive manner (smile and greet, positive demeanor), exceeding their needs and expectations in order to provide the highest quality service and ensure the best possible outcomes.
Review and prep medical chart and quality measure requirements in preparation of patient visit.
Perform daily set up of examination rooms, including checking for cleanliness, stocking of supplies and review for Joint Commission compliance.
Screen patients without appointments and present medical information to the RN Health Administrator and/or Provider.
Respond to patient, pharmacy, hospital and physician inquiries by telephone, fax and email.
Assist with scheduling patient appointments as necessary.
Completes all assigned administrative/phone messages, and patient case tasks within the electronic record system by the close of business.
Practice standard universal precautions, including proper hand washing technique, in caring for the patient as well as in administering medications and performing or assisting with procedures.
Complete all Core Curriculum training(s) required for this position.
Attend any additional training identified by program management as necessary for the job.
Perform all other duties as assigned.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty, responsibilities, essential functions and key competencies satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
Completion of a Medical Assistant program (diploma or certificate) and/or registered/certified medical assistant who has passed the AMT Certification exam.
Ability to work late evening hours
Ability to work some weekend hours
Ability to work some holidays
Ability to travel to and work at other clinics as needed
To apply, please complete an application using the link below and afterward follow up with an email to Denise Alexander at email@example.com for a direct referral to the company.