Clinical Assistant (CMA)—Batesville, IN
15 hours per week
- Would you like to be part of a new practice concept where you can make an impact?
- Would you like to go to work knowing your time will be spent treating patients, not dealing with insurance companies?
- Do you have a passion for preventative medicine and promoting wellness?
If you answered yes to these questions, read on!
Novia CareClinics is searching for an organized, self-motivated, positive, proactive individual to join the team as a Certified Medical Assistant to work within an employer based clinic in Batesville, IN. The CMA provides medical treatment and personal care services, as directed by physician or a mid-level provider, to patients seeking treatment for injuries/diseases in a clinic.
- Interviews patients, measures vital signs, such as pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, weight, and height and records information in patient’s electronic chart.
- Operates electrocardiograph (EKG) and other diagnostic equipment to administer routine diagnostic test and treatments—includes glucometers, pulse oximeters, nebulizers, oxygen equipment, and sprirometry; etc.
- Collects lab specimens from patients for testing, including but not limited to urine, blood, and sputum; performs routine laboratory tests on these specimens as needed.
- Preps patients and assists with examinations; applies compresses, both hot and cold as indicated; administers medications as appropriate or ordered by a medical provider, orally, or by subcutaneous or intramuscular injection; documents time and treatment amounts in patients’ electronic charts.
- Prepares treatment rooms for examination of patients; cleans examination rooms with germicides.
- Inventories and orders medical/office supplies and materials.
- Maintains patient, employee, and computer data confidentiality.
- Dispenses medications per provider’s orders.
- Schedules appointments, performs referrals to specialists, and scans reports/results into electronic medical record.
- Answers telephones and provides information/messages to patients and/or medical staff.
- Escorts patients throughout facility, interviews patients to obtain appropriate medical information, and measures vital signs—includes such items as pain assessment, pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, height, and weight; records information on patients’ electronic medical records.
- Dresses wounds and incisions, interprets physician’s instructions to patients, assists with emergencies, and performs related tasks, as directed.
- Maintains patient, employee and computer data confidentiality.