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Certified Medical Asst - UCC

    • The Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) is responsible for assisting provider(s) in administering quality patient care and services for patients at the clinic. Patiently and clearly explains practice policies and procedures. Addresses concerns expressed by patients and/or their representatives so that cooperation and understanding can be obtained. Interacts with the employees of the clients from our Business and Industry in a professional manner. Responsible for the successful daily operation of all clinical activities and coordination of health related services for client-employers. Participates in maintaining high quality patient care and represents the clinic in a professional manner to the community. May have routine interaction and working relationships with patients, family members, providers, third party payers, and other clinic and hospital employees. A high degree of accuracy is required in this position. Under the general supervision of the Clinic Director.
      • Graduation from an approved Medical Assistant program required.
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      • Two years of experience in a clinic setting preferred. Must be able to effectively communicate via telephone and verbally to patients and staff. Must be able to operate a computer terminal and other related office equipment. Occupational Health, Drug Screening, Breath Alcohol Testing, Spirometry, Audiometry, strong communication skills
      • Current CPR certification required. Current Medical Assistant Certification (AAMA, CMA, AMT RMA, RHA CCMA or NCCT NCMA) required. Continuous completion of on-line courses for Occupational Health Certified is a required expectation throughout employment.