Performs routine delegated clinical patient care supportive duties in the health system medical practice.
Assists medical and/or nursing staff in the examination and treatment of patients and ensures efficient office operations.
Must be willing to rotate if needed to other Care Network sites within the designated cluster.
Number of Hours per Week: 40 Schedule: Days, 830-5pm with potential for one 1130-8pm per week.
Approximately 3 months
Greet patients, answer telephones, and provides customer service to the patients.
Provides administrative support; Updates and files patient medical records, schedules appointments, arranges for laboratory services, and performs other administrative duties as directed.
Records vital signs and pain screens.
Notifies the registered nurse or physician when vital signs or pain screen are out of range.
Identify patients in distress and notify appropriate care team.
Prepares patients for exams and procedures effectively.
Explains basic treatment procedures to patients according to policy.
Assists physician during examination and procedures.
Collects and prepares laboratory specimens and phlebotomy according to health system standards.
Perform basic laboratory tests on the premises within POCT standards, maintains refrigerator and QC logs.
Prepares, administers and documents medications and immunizations as ordered by provider.
Performs other clinical functions as delegated and supervised by the physician consistent with the CMAs education, training, scope of practice and experience and within state medical practice.
Required Licenses, Certifications, Registrations:
CPR Certification issued through on organization that requires a hands-on instructor lead psychomotor skills verification (ex. American Heart Association or Red Cross) within 90 days of placement into position.
Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) - American Association of Medical Assistants (within 3 months), or Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) - American Medical Technologist (within 3 months), or National Certified Medical Assistant (NCMA) - National Center for Competency Testing (within 3 months), or Clinical Medical Assistant Certification (CMAC) - American Medical Certification Association (within 3 months), or Nationally Registered Certified Medical Assistant (NRCMA) - National Association for Health Professionals (within 3 months), or Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) - National Healthcareer Association (within 3 months)
High School Diploma / GED
Preferred Experience: At least one (1) year of healthcare-related work experience
Education: High School
Certification: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation