• Graduate of a medical assistant program or successful completion of the certification/registration exam. • Good communications skills. Experience using a keyboard and computers. • Familiarity with equipment used in ambulatory care. • Current Medical Assistant Certification/Registration • Current CPR certification • Ability to travel locally to multiple sites as needed. • Ability to work in stressful conditions and difficult situations. • Resilient and flexible in a changing environment. • May be exposed to hazardous materials and life threatening diseases. • Ability to cooperate and work with others. • Ability to make sound and timely decisions. • Ability to work rotating shifts any day of the week. • Ability to perform lifting/transfer activities related to patients as needed, ability to stoop/bend. PREFER SOME PREVIOUS CARDIOLOGY EXPERIENCE. ABLE TO RECOGNIZE RHYTHM ABNORMALITIES
The Certified Medical Assistant/Registered Medical Assistant will support the physician(s), and other providers in delivering quality health care to ambulatory patients and perform a variety of nursing related tasks to promote continuity of care.
1. Clinical Support/Health Outcomes: Provides support in the delivery of quality clinical care
2. Patient Satisfaction and Service: Provides efficient, high-quality service to patients who arrive for appointments or who telephone or visit in person to request appointments or information on tests and procedures, bills and charges, referrals, and other matters.
3. Risk/Safety Compliance
4. Health Information Management (HIM) and HIPAA standards: A complete and accurate hard copy and/or electronic medical record will be maintained for every individual who is evaluated or treated within the medical group.
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