Medical Assistant
Northern Arizona Healthcare - Flagstaff, AZ

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This is a full time 40 hour per week position. Days shift.

The Medical Assistant performs both administrative and clinical duties. The Medical Assistant is under the direct supervision of the physician, physician assistant and or nurse practitioner practicing in the Disease Management Clinic. He/She reports to the Manager of Disease Management and works closely with registered nurses, social work and other members of the interdisciplinary team. The Patient Care Technician is under the direct supervision of the physician, registered nurse and Manager of Disease Management. Both are responsible for conducting initial and on-going patient assessment, assisting providers with procedures and/or exams and with general patient care delivery needs.

The Medical Assistant do not make any decisions regarding the diagnosis, disease treatment, or emergency care plan of patients, nor are they ever involved in independent triage.

-High school graduate or equivalent education/experience – required for MA and PCT positions.

-Completion of medical assistant education program – required for Medical Assistant.

-1-3 years related job experience required.

-Clinical documentation experience - preferred.

Skills - required:
-Ability to adapt to changing workload and exhibit good judgment in planning and organizing priorities.

-Able to speak clearly and comfortably to and use tact, discretion and sensitivity in dealing with patients; and to deal courteously and efficiently with physicians, hospital personnel, insurance companies and others.

-Able to handle confidential information.

-Effective oral and written communication skills to communicate with customers and understand oral and written instructions.

-Able to read, write and speak English in an understandable manner.

-Requires a high level of analytic ability to identify and evaluate problems and recommend solutions.

-Requires a high level of accuracy, is capable of precise detail work in an organized manner.

-Possess the ability to assess, document and implement actions required to meet customer needs.

-Able to respond to emergency and crisis situations in a timely and professional manner.

-Able to deal with high stress and high demand work environment.

-Computer competency.

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Serving half the state of Arizona and employing nearly 3,000 people—including 300 physicians—Northern Arizona Healthcare is the...