Job Description

Bi-Lingual Spanish required (Yes/NO)Preferred
Preferred SkillsWorking knowledge of: clinic duties and standard physical screening.
General medical knowledge of: medical office and safety procedures.
Ability to: effectively communicate with patients, other employees, and the public.

Requires a valid BLS/CPR certificate
Medical Assistant Certificate from an accredited school in medical assisting (such as is offered by a private or non-profit vocational training program, adult education or community college program, etc.). Completed courses to perform venipuncture and injections preferred. Three (3) years of experience providing clinical support performing the duties described above that leads to the ability to perform required tasks preferred, including experience in multiple specialties.
Little description
  • Actively participates in assigned patient care team duties and activities, including pre-visit planning, identifying gaps in care, health maintenance needs, and team huddles.
  • Monitors clinical areas to minimize patient wait time and to address any potential acute situation.
  • Performs intake, including developmental/behavioral health screenings and vitals/ patient measurements, such as height weight, blood pressure, temperature, head circumference, body length, pulse, and oxygen saturation.
  • Prepares patient and exam room for exam, treatment, and/or procedures and serves as chaperone as needed.
  • Assists with collection and processing of specimens, such as throat, wound, GC cultures and pap smears.
  • Under the direction of a physician or advanced practice provider, administers medication orally, sublingually, topically, vaginally or rectally, or by intramuscular, subcutaneous and intradermal injection. Physician, advanced practice provider, or registered nurse must verify medication and dosage before being administered.
  • Ensures appropriate documentation in the electronic medical record.
  • Collects and prepares specimens, including blood, urine, stool, and sputum.
  • Performs non-invasive and routine procedures, such as dipstick urinalysis, midstream clean catch, sterile urine dip and spin, dressing changes, venipuncture, finger sticks, electrocardiogram, hearing test, vision test (Snellen and Ishihara), nasal smears, and throat swab.
  • Performs CLIA waived laboratory tests. Follows manufacturer instructions and ensures quality controls have been performed as required.
  • Coordinates patient care by following up on orders, including referrals to ancillary and specialty services.
  • Maintains clean and safe patient areas. Demonstrates adherence to and observes all safety policies and procedures, inclusive of infection control rules and regulations.
  • Answers telephones and takes messages, reviews portal messages and routes as appropriate, and completes assigned tasks to ensure patient needs are addressed.
  • Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patents served (infants, pediatrics, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics)
  • Attends meetings and trainings as required.
  • Ability to work with high volume of patients, internal/external customers, and appropriately manage frequent changes, delay or unexpected events.
  • Demonstrates knowledge of domestic violence, child and dependent abuse protocols and mandated reporting.
  • Demonstrates cultural sensitivity and competence with patients.
  • Maintains and adheres to HIPAA.
  • Communicate with diverse patients regarding disease prevention, health maintenance, community resources, and physician instructions.
  • Provides education for health self-management.

Application Instructions

Please click on the link below to apply for this position. A new window will open and direct you to apply at our corporate careers page. We look forward to hearing from you!

Apply Online