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Lead Certified Medical Assistant

Women's Care USA Clearwater, FL
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Provides supervisory support to clinical staff and professional clinical care for patients following established standards and practices. Prepares patients during office visits and assists patients and family members before, during and after a doctor's visit. Works under the direct supervision of the physician. Refers matters outside their scope of duties to the provider, Clinical Coordinator or Unit Administrator.







+ Supervises clinical staff at each assigned location and is available for any clinical related issue that arises during patient care.



+ In partnership with Clinical Coordinator, oversees initial and on-going training for clinical staff including training staff on proper techniques, clinical protocols, and adherence to organization workflow, policies and guidelines.



+ Ensures that WCF policies and clinical guidelines and state and federal regulations are adhered to by all clinical staff.



+ Ensures compliance with WCF documentation and reporting guidelines, tracking outstanding orders and referrals, and documenting clinical notes appropriately in the electronic health record. Assists in general nursing care to patients, aids provider during examinations, procedures, and treatment of patients as necessary.



+ Prioritizes patient safety including creating a safe clinical environment for patients in accordance with industry standards, certifications, and WCF policies.



+ Manages maintenance and inspections of equipment and the sterilization and cleaning of patient areas, equipment and instruments according to WCF guidelines and industry standards.



+ Ensures patient recall lists are kept up to date and cleared



+ Ensures all required logs are maintained and up-to-date.



+ Attends required meetings and communicates needed information to clinical staff.



+ Ensures supplies and medications are ordered, inventoried and documented appropriately.



+ Ensure adverse incident or patient safety issues are reported. Submit checklist and physician summary to the patient safety email, patientsafety@womenscarefl.com



+ If applicable; In-office surgery level II certification - ensure compliance with all policies and guidelines, updating manual on an on-going basis and coordinate re-inspection with the state of Florida on an annual basis.



+ Prepare patients for examination and assists physician during treatment/procedures, examinations and testing of patients.



+ Prepare, restock and sterilize examination rooms, procedure rooms, lab area and all other patient care areas per established policies and procedures.



+ Record patients' medical history, health maintenance, and chief complaint.



+ Measure, record and document vital signs.



+ Where applicable, perform phlebotomy, injections and other specimen collection per established policies and procedures as directed by the provider.



+ Educate patients by providing information and instructions as directed by the provider; answering questions.



+ Maintains safe, secure, and healthy work environment by following, and enforcing standards and procedures; complying with legal regulations.



+ Sterilize medical instruments per established standards and procedures.



+ Relay messages from patients and front office staff to providers.



+ Represent office in a professional manner. Treat all customers, internal and external, in a courteous and cooperative manner.



+ Participate in team activities and professional development activities.



+ Attend required meetings.



+ Responsible for clinical staff time cards.



+ Perform other duties as assigned.









+ High school diploma or equivalent



+ Medical Assistant Certification from approved entity or Medical Assistant Diploma with the ability to obtain Medical Assistant Certification from an approved entity within six months of employment.



+ Working knowledge of medical terminology



+ Demonstrated ability to perform phlebotomy and administer injections, if applicable.



+ Demonstrated ability to perform dosage calculations and measurement conversions.



+ Demonstrated ability to work in a stressful environment in a deadline-oriented environment.



+ Strong verbal and written communication skills.



+ Ability to use a computer and enter data in electronic medical records application.



+ Ability to obtain and maintain CPR certification and MA certification.



+ Ability to communicate with coworkers and patients in an effective manner.



+ Ability to use a computer and enter data in a medical management application.













PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:









+ 3 years of clinical experience







+ OB/GYN or family practice experience a plus



+ eCW electronic medical records experience helpful







ID: 2019-4200

Street: 2665 State Road 580

Women's Care USA

Address

Clearwater, FL
USA