Member of a multidisciplinary team designed to provide patient care under the direct supervision of a physician and office manager.
- Demonstrate knowledge of injection sites.
- Have the ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence and memos.
- Be proficient with STAR, HBOC, and Portal systems
- Perform aseptic procedures.
- Perform office procedures including general administrative duties (ie. phones, scheduling, referrals)
- Collect patient demographics, data, vital signs, height, weight and basic information about patients' present and previous conditions.
- Arrange examining room instruments and equipment.
- Apply simple dressings.
- Remove sutures or staples from superficial lacerations.
- Position, drape and shave patients.
- Collect specimens using non-invasive techniques.
- Preserve specimens for testing.
- Perform venipuncture. Perform pulse oximetry
- Provide patient information and instructions.
- Have the ability to write simple correspondence.
- Have the ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.
Minimum Education and/or Experience:
One year related medical office experience and/or training.
Certified Medical Assistant or RMA, LPN or FL Paramedic/EMT License.
BLS certification from the American Heart Association.