The Medical Assistant receives patients at the time of visit and supports the physicians and other clinical staff in the delivery of health care to patients by performing a variety of medically-related tasks to ensure smooth patient flow.
Key responsibilities include reception duties, administrative and clerical support, and assistance with patient procedures. Greets and registers patients, completes forms, collects and enters patient demographic and billing information, prepares charts, reviews fee slips, maintains office filing system, updates electronic medical records as appropriate and collects payments in accordance with cash handling policies and procedures.
· Education Non-Degree Program: Graduate from a medical assistant program (Required)
· Other: Combination of relevant education and experience in lieu of attending a medical assistant program (Preferred)
Experience 1 Year experience providing medical assistance in a physician office, nursing facility or hospital. (Preferred)
· License/Certifications CMA - Certified Medical Assistant (Preferred)
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