Medical Assistant or LPN- $750 Sign-on Bonus Eligible!Apply Job ID 18072 Date posted Nov. 24, 2020 Location Monroe, Ohio Full Time / Part Time Full time (FT)
- Measures and records vital signs (weight, height, blood pressure, etc.)
- Ensures accurate and timely documentation into the EMR; i.e.- patient interviews and histories, vital signs, treatments, test results.
- Assists medical staff with patient examinations
- Uses CPR skills when necessary
- Maintains supplies, equipment, stocks, and sterilizes instruments
- Provides patients with instructions and other information regarding preparations for the service and necessary registration.
- Maintains confidentiality of all patient and organization information, and follows federal and state regulations and organization policies regarding protection of patient information.
- Participates in development activities and maintains affiliations with medical assistant associations, as applicable.
- Commitment to concepts of preventative health care programs and team based approach to health care delivery
- Front office duties including but not limited to reception, patient check-in/check-out, payment collection, and electronic scheduling.
- Performs other position-related duties as assigned
- Where permitted, and as directed:
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Graduate of an accredited Medical Assistant program or from an approved nursing program with an associate degree or equivalent
- 3 years of experience as a Medical Assistant or LPN
- Phlebotomy and lab experience
- Experience working front office
- Experience working in a Primary Care setting
- Bilingual in Spanish a plus but not required
- CPR or BLS certification within 60 days of hire
- If LPN, current license in state of residence or compact licensure required
- Medical Assistant certification through AAMA preferred
- Skill certification through NIOSH or CAOHC preferred
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