The Certified Medical Assistant is responsible for promoting a professional practice image through efficient performance and facilitating a smooth flow of patients and processes throughout Medical Oncology. This position is responsible for providing direct patient care to patients under the supervision of a provider in a clinical setting.
The CMA will receive and greet patients and all visitors in a prompt and courteous manner, room patients, order and stock treatment room supplies, prepare exam rooms for visits, take vital signs, height and weight and carry out any duties delegated and requested by the provider and physician which does not exceed the scope of their practice and certification by the state.
The CMA will assist with processing forms, scan chart documents, input data and generate quality reports in the computer system. Collaborates with clinicians and providers to coordinate services in providing quality care to oncology/hematology patients. Additional duties include assisting office staff in patient scheduling, general office functions, and data entry as assigned under the direction and supervision of the departmental leadership.
This position may require providing services to one or more age populations, including neonate through geriatric, in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individual served.
This position requires full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of Blessing Hospital. ICARE standards must be demonstrated. Adherence to Code of Conduct and other policies is required. It is expected that the employee demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values while supporting the strategic plan, goals, and direction of Performance Improvement Process and Patient Safety Plan.
High School diploma or equivalent.
Positive interpersonal relationship skills required.
Completion of a recognized Medical Assistant program.
Data entry/coding experience.
Currently certified as a medical Assistant.
Currently certified in American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support for Health Care provider (CPR).
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