High School Graduate or GED Equivalent. Graduate from an approved Medical Assistant Program which identifies: both clinical and classroom instruction sufficient to meet state requirements.
Minimum of one (1) year supervised experience as a Medical Assistant within the last three years.
•Certificate of Instruction in Medical Assisting (Front and Back Office procedures).
•Certificate of Instruction in Injections, Skin Tests and Withdrawal of Blood.
•National Certification from National Center for Computing Testing (Optional).
•Valid BCLS card (C-Course Provider).
•Good verbal, written and interpersonal skills.
•Proficiency in the English language.
•Performing general office duties including but not limited to answering telephones, scheduling appointments, maintaining and retrieving medical records, filing, handling mail and completing all nursing forms.
•Assisting in providing care to age specific patient population such as adolescent, young adult, adult and older adult.
•Performing patient care duties within the scope of Medical Assistant training. The duties include but are not limited to obtaining patient history, collection of specimen, veni- puncture, injections, vital signs, assisting with exams, charting, use & control of supplies and applying sterile techniques.
•Safeguarding and respecting the patient's rights and confidentiality.
•Demonstrating the ability to perform and respond appropriately in emergency situations.
•Developing and maintaining effective communication with patients, families and other professionals to ensure on-going provision of patient care.
•Acting as a patient advocate by using proper communication channels until the problem is solved.
•Demonstrating working knowledge and following OSHA guidelines.
•Performing tasks and/ or interacting with patients, families, staff and other personnel in a courteous, honest and compassionate manner.
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