Medical Assistant (MA) ~ Utica Park Clinic Float Pool
Utica Park Clinic (UPC) is part of Ardent Health Services, based in Nashville, Tennessee. Ardent makes considerable investments in people, technology, facilities, and communities, producing high quality care and extraordinary results.
Utica Park Clinic is the physicians group of Hillcrest HealthCare System. With over 60 locations throughout northeastern Oklahoma, most patients enjoy the convenience of a location that is close to home. UPC patients have consistently given top ratings (98% patient satisfaction scores) for the quality of care they receive. When choosing a healthcare provider, you can be confident that you'll find a good match at Utica Park Clinic.
The UPC Float Pool is currently looking for a member to join our team! The Medical Assistant (MA) will report directly to the Office Manager and will be responsible for vitals, injections and basic triage and should be able to assist in minor procedures.
Want to make a difference? The ideal team member will:
Communicate effectively and demonstrates ability to assess and interpret data about the patient’s status in order to identify each patient’s age specific needs and provide the care needed by pediatric, adolescent, young adult, middle-aged and geriatric patient groups.
Demonstrate knowledge of cultural diversity, the ability to provide care and service and exhibit the communication skill necessary to interact effectively with the customer.
Maintain confidentiality of patient and employee information in verbal, written and electronic information.
Demonstrate proper patient work up when rooming patients. This includes being proficient with taking vitals, proper documentation of the patient medications, and obtaining the chief complaint.
Demonstrate knowledge of giving injection ordered by the physician. This includes having knowledge of the amount to be given, size of needle, the location and proper documentation of the injection in the chart.
Demonstrate the ability to set up for a procedure. Setting up a sterile field and setting up with the appropriate instruments for the procedure.
Demonstrate the knowledge of cleaning, packaging and labeling the instrument package for sterilization.
Demonstrate the knowledge of using, cleaning and proper documentation of the autoclave.
Demonstrate knowledge to provide lab or diagnostic interpretation to the patient once the physician has signed off on the report.
Demonstrate appropriate documentation of any phone calls made to the patient.
Demonstrates knowledge of insurance and referrals.
Demonstrate knowledge of chart set up – knowing where to file the office notes, lab, diagnostic reports, correspondence, etc. in the chart.
Knowledgeable of the location and contents of the SDS manual.
Limits access to patient/employees information on a job related need to know basis.
Want to be a part of our team? Qualifications for this position include:
- High School Diploma or GED
- Current CMA, RMA or ABR certification
- BLS Certification
Must be knowledgeable of medical terminology, routine office procedures and medical instruments and also be skilled in the taking of vital signs. In addition, candidates should possess a solid understanding of medical terminology, good customer service skills, computer skills, phone experience, and good written/verbal communication skills. Must be knowledgeable of routine office procedures and medical instruments. This position will adhere to all policies, procedures and regulations to ensure patient safety and compliance.
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This position is located at 1245 S. Utica Ave and will require travel.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.