Clinical-Medical Assistant IISan Diego, California
This is a Casual position with an anticipated assignment length through March 25, 2020.
Under general supervision of a licensed practitioner and/or department leader, independently provides and documents clinical care and associated tasks as assigned and as per standardized clinical protocols. Utilizes appropriate age and developmental approach in application of care. Regularly performs a supportive role to physicians, nurses and families in the delivery of patient care by assisting patient care delivery team with emergency calls and clinical communications and performing admission, discharge, and transfer workflows. Responds to emergency codes by executing appropriate protocols and identifying, initiating and utilizing necessary resources. Prepares and maintains patient medical record on the clinical unit including the medical record discharge process. Enters, compiles and reviews reports in a timely and accurate manner. Performs administrative duties as assigned.
High school diploma, GED, or foreign equivalent education required
1 year of experience or 160 hours of an externship/internship
Certified Medical Assistant
Completion of a Medical Assistant Course
Current CPR/BLS certification (American Heart Association)
Knowledge of medical terminology, healthcare operations and work flow
*Phlebotomy Certification required if working in Occupational Health
2 years of experience
More than one year previous healthcare or unit clerk experience
Some college coursework in medical terminology