The Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) performs duties under direction of a clinical supervisor (RN/LVN/Physician/APRN/PA) to assist in examination and treatment of individuals served at the clinical site. Under general supervision, the medical assistant makes interpretations and exercises some discretion in routine situations. The medical assistant provides direct care with utmost customer service, compassion, and integrity to individuals in a clinic setting.
*Must be able to provide copies of driver’s license and official documentation of all educational attainment, (Transcript or Degree and Certificate)
· High School Diploma/GED
· 2+ years of Medical Assistance experience
· Medical Assistant Certificate from CMA, RMA, CCMA or NRCMA
· Pre-employment tests including drug and TB Screening, Physical Exam including balance and lift test. Satori Alternatives to Managing Aggression (SAMA) Protection.
Must have Valid Texas driver’s license with an acceptable driving record.
· Responsible for behavioral program and clinic functions including placing individual patients in rooms, obtaining and measuring vital signs, as well as taking the medical history and reason for seeking care.
· Documents the information in the medical record or the electronic record.
· Informs a clinic supervisor of any vital signs outside of parameters, or medication or medical history problems.
· Prepares and maintains examination/treatment rooms, including cleaning and sanitizing instruments, and inventory of medical supplies and materials.
· Calls individuals to ask question and follow-up on medication calls, and documents the call on a medication call form or documents them in the electronic health record.
· Acts as a designated agent for calling in or faxing medication prescriptions to the pharmacy under supervision of physician. Enters and electronic prescription and send to the provider.
Certified Medical Assistant
Licensed Vocational Nurses
Registered Nurse Certified
Electronic Medical Record