JOB TITLE: (MA) Medical Assistant
REPORTS TO: General Manager
JOB OVERVIEW: Responsible for patient care under the direction of a licensed health care provider.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
1. Check in, room patients, obtain vitals, drug allergies, confirm consents, follow intake procedures.
2. Process telephone messages and faxes.
3. Follow prescription refill procedures.
4. Maintain patient records confidentially.
5. Assist the provider with any patient education/procedures
6. Perform technical procedures including but not limited to blood draw and processing, EKG, urine
testing, patient procedure prep.
1. Must be able to recognize and respond appropriately to urgent/emergent situations per protocols.
2. Maintain work areas, exam rooms, supplies, and medications.
3. Perform basic intake per specific office protocol procedures.
4. Maintain professional appearance and personal conduct at all times.
5. Adhere to employer work practices.
6. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with physicians, staff and management.
7. Effectively cope with typical job stress.
8. Document work processes as required.
9. Perform other duties as assigned.
1. Certified Medical Assistant through the State of Arizona.
2. CPR certification for Health Care Providers.
1. Medical terminology.
2. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills.
3. Knowledge of CPT & ICD9
coding procedures and lab processing procedures.
4. Knowledge of medications and injection procedures.
1. Maintain current Arizona Medical Assistant certified certification.
2. Ability to multitask efficiently and effectively.
3. Must be able to act calmly and effectively in a busy or stressful situation.
4. Requires adherence to all policies and procedures, including but not limited to standards for safety,
attendance, punctuality and personal appearance.
Requires adequate physical ability including sufficient manual dexterity to perform the requisite health care service, including injections. Requires frequent standing, sitting, lifting, walking. Requires exposure to communicable diseases, bodily fluids, medicinal preparations and other conditions common to a clinic environment.