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Certified Medical Assistant

The Medical Assistant is responsible for assisting with provider directed patient care as well as handling clerical and environmental tasks directed in the clinic setting.


In this position you will:


  • Greet, screen, schedule, and direct patients to exam rooms

  • Obtain, verify, and update patient information and health history 

  • Collect and chart patient information into the medical record as reported by the patient, to include a review of the current medication list 


Patient care responsibilities may include: 

  • Assist patients with ambulation, transfers, assistive device instruction, body mechanic instruction, and activities of daily living 

  • Obtain patient vital signs, administer basic wound and first aid, therapeutic modalities, i.e. nebulizer treatment, etc., phlebotomy and point of care testing (including CLIA-waived testing) 

  • Administer subcutaneous injection, intramuscular injection, and intradermal injection, and medication administration (with theexception of narcotics) 

  • Electrocardiography includes placement of electrodes and obtaining EKG 

  • Minor surgery assists, includes surgical tray set-up pre/post-surgical care, and suture removal 

  • Specimen handling; i.e. urine, throat, vaginal, stool, and sputum 

Environmental responsibilities may include: 

  • Set-up instruments and equipment according to department protocols 

  • Aseptic/sterile technique and basic decontamination, instrument wrapping, cleaning of exam/procedure room/instruments/and equipment between patient visits to maintain infection control requirements

  • Ordering, sorting, storing supplies, and restocking exam/procedure rooms 

Clerical responsibilities may include: 

  • Sending/receiving patient medical records, obtaining lab/X-ray reports, hospital or clinic notes, referral information, and completing forms/requisitions as needed to ensure provider availability 

  • Scheduling appointments, verifying insurance coverage and pre-authorizations, managing and updating charts to ensure information is complete and filed appropriately 

  • Act as the backup receptionist 



  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills 

  • Proficient with MS Office, Outlook and Internet Explorer 

  • Excellent organization skills and attention to detail 

  • Demonstrate an independent work initiative and sound judgment 

  • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously 

  • Knowledge of health care field and medical office protocols/procedures 

  • Knowledge of specific assisting tasks related to particular medical practice 

  • Demonstrate knowledge of medical terminology 



  • High school diploma or GED 

  • Current AHA BLS 

  • Completion of a formal Medical Assistant training program and Certification or Registration as a Medical Assistant 

  • Experience with direct patient care/procedures (i.e. blood draws, injections, vaccines, etc) is preferred but not required.  We will train the right person.

If you are interested email a cover letter and resume here:  

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