Certified Medical Assistant (CMA)
Work as a member of a strong occupational health team to provide care for the comfort and well being of patients. Patients include Mission Health System employees as well as employees of local businesses. Administers vaccinations, draws blood work, provides care as well as liaison between providers and patients. Documents care delivery, patient condition, reaction and progress. Provides patient education.
Required Education: A CMA program that yields one of the following certifications:AAMA - American Association of Medical Assistants Certified Medical Assistant (CMA credential)AMT- American Medical Technologists- Registered Medical Assistant (RMA credential)ARMA- American Registry of Medical Assistants-(ARMA credential)NCCT- National Center for Competency Testing- National Certified Medical Assistant (NCMA credential)AMCA- American Medical Certification Association- Clinical Medical Assistant Certification (CMAC credential) NHA-National Healthcareer Association-Certified Clinical Medical Assistant
Preferred Education: None
Required License: Must have and maintain a current certification listed above. BLS Certification required within 90 days of employment.
Preferred License: None
Required Experience: None
Preferred Experience: Minimum two (2) years experience working in an ambulatory clinic. Possess an ability to function in a high stress, physically demanding setting.
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