• Medical Assistant Infectious Disease Clinic - Days

    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(5/10/2018 12:41 PM)
    Requisition ID
    Hidden (26847)
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
    ICE Medical Specialties OPC Infect Dises
    Day Shift
    Post End Date
  • Overview

    The Medical Assistant (MA) works under the direct supervision of the clinic physician by assisting in the examination and treatment of patients. The MA will conduct patient interviews, measure vital signs (i.e., pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, weight, and height), and records information on patients' Electronic Medical Record (EMR).  The MA will also draw and collect blood samples from patients and prepare specimens for laboratory analysis. Also prepares treatment rooms for examination of patients. The MA may also perform administrative tasks by registering and scheduling patients for appointments, procedures, etc. using the various registration and scheduling systems.


    • Collecting patient data, performing vital signs, may utilize skills such as phlebotomy.  
    • Performing skills such as EKG’s, dressing changes, set up for and assist provider with procedures and examinations (with the exception of medication handling)
    • Office administration.
    • Meet, greet, and assists the public, answers telephones
    • Coordinates appointments, referrals, consults, tests and/or procedures
    • Check-in and registers patients, check-out and collects payments and issues receipts, verifies insurance coverage
    • Responds appropriately to the requirements of third- party payers, requesting medical records and surgery scheduling.
    • Performs other duties as assigned.



    Required: High School Diploma/GED plus successful completion of Medical Assistant Training from an Accredited Program. Must have 1 year of Medical Assistant experience.  Excellent communication skills, basic computer skills, strong work ethics and accountability.


    Preferred: Patient Care experience, current BLS.


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