The Certified Medical Assistant assists the physician with giving medical care to the patients; responsible for taking vital signs, history, asks patient for chief complaint, documents all relevant information and treatment in the patient's chart; schedules testing and referral appointments for patients, per physician's instruction; telephones pharmacies with prescriptions requested by the physician; maintains medical supply inventory; orders all medical supplies and provides support to front office personnel; performs other duties necessary in providing high quality patient care; greets patients and visitors and handles incoming telephone calls in a friendly and courteous manner; responsible for timely and accurate patient registration and check-in; schedules appointments and re-appointments; key in demographic information into the computer; performs a variety of clerical support functions such as files charts at the end of each day, pulls charts for next day appointments and files all information into the charts; retrieves charts form medical records.
80 hours biweekly as scheduled
High school diploma or GED equivalent. Certification from accredited Medical Assistant Program preferred.
Prefer one year experience in a physician's office or other clinical setting.