Mercy Medical Center Clinton Medical Assistant/Receptionist - Urology in United States
The Medical Assistant/Receptionist is responsible for assisting in the preparation, examination and treatment of patients under the direction of the physician. Appropriately and professionally, assist physician and patients during the examination. Assist with front desk duties when necessary. The MA is responsible for maintaining the clinical inventories for the practice under the direction and guidance of the Office Manager/Coordinator/Leader and/or providers.
Show patients to exam room, interview patients, measure vital signs (i.e. pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, weight, and height) and document in Electronic Health Record.
Take any necessary labs, prepare for pick up and record in the patient electronic health record, communicate with the appropriate departments on protocol for all labs and receiving all information they need for procedures.
Answer telephone calls promptly and courteously and relay all messages accurately.
Follow up on voice mail messages each morning and triage messages before physician takes action, send messages via telephone template in electronic health record.
Medical Assistant Certification
High School Diploma Required
At least one (1) year of previous Medical Assistant experience in a Physician's office.
Medical terminology knowledge preferred
Experience with Electronic Health/Medical record preferred
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