Medical Assistant (CCMA, CMA, NCMA, RMA, EMT or LPN)

Metropolitan Pediatrics, LLC View Company Profile

Want to giggle while you work? We love to work with kids and their families, providing important care, which is both fun and purposeful. As an Equal Opportunity Employer our team of experienced, talented professionals honors the company values of compassion, stewardship, excellence, integrity, flexibility, service, and inclusivity in everything we do xe2x80x93 it is an integral part of who we are and what we seek in future employees. Metro Pediatrics is your best choice for a career in pediatric medicine. If you enjoy a fast-paced, upbeat, and supportive work environment taking care of kids, we invite you to apply and become part of our outstanding team! Start your pediatric medical career today. We encourage applicants to read more about our company and what we do at The Medical Assistant Certified I works closely with a team of providers and advanced providers to ensure the delivery of high quality, patient-centered care. The MAC I is responsible for timely and efficient patient interaction as well as assisting with exams, procedures, and tests under the supervision of a licensed medical provider in a Medical Home environment. Essential Functions/ Responsibilities Escort patients to examination rooms, obtain vital signs, review, and reconcile pertinent patient information and history in preparation for appointment with provider. Administer diagnostic tests and physician-approved procedures, such as immunizations and others as assigned. Successfully collaborate and work in support of the team to ensure efficient and quality patient care. Update the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) with relevant information. Successfully work in a fast-paced, changing environment. with effective time management and ability to multi-task and prioritize workload. Schedule patient appointments answer the telephone, and follow-up with patients/families in a professional and courteous manner. Participate in site-specific and clinic-wide initiatives on an ongoing basis. Attend and actively participate in huddles and team meetings. Always maintain confidentiality of sensitive patient information. Sustain excellent patient interactions using clear communication and problem-solving skills. Ability to maintain acceptable standards of office conduct. Punctual, regular, timely, and dependable attendance. Metropolitan Pediatrics participates in E-Verify to confirm employeesxe2x80x99 eligibility to work in the U.S. Education/ Experience High school education or equivalent required. 6-12 months of experience in a clinical setting or relevant courses taken at an accredited vocational school, or a combination of both required. Medical assistant certification/license preferred (CCMA, CMA, RMA, NCMA, EMT or LPN). If not currently certified, this position requires successfully obtaining medical assistant credentials within 6 months from date of hire and must be kept current. Prior EMR experience preferred. CPR and basic life support required and maintained.

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