Bilingual Certified Medical Assistant
Medical - Back Office
The Medical Assistant helps providers with the delivery of patient care, providing basic triage and helping to ensure optimum patient-to-doctor flow. The Medical Assistant provides administrative support as well as clinical support, to include front desk/registration duties.
JOBS THIS POSITION DIRECTLY SUPERVISES
No supervisory responsibilities.
Education: High school diploma or equivalent; graduate of an approved Medical Assistant Program.
Experience: Must be bilingual with previous phlebotomy experience; experience with autoclaves/sterilization preferred; experience in ambulatory care, pediatrics, and obstetrics preferred.
Licenses or Certifications: Certified Medical Assistant certificate; BCLS certification
Level 1 – Requires some concentration and normal attention. Generally, once the job is learned, the tasks can be performed more or less automatically. Level 2 – Requires high periods of concentration intermittently and normal attention. Generally, even once the job is learned, tasks will require normal attention to deal with recurring variables.XLevel 3 – Requires a high level of concentration and high level of attention intermittently. Generally, the approach to tasks may be consistent, but the number of steps required and/or the number of variables involved creates the possibility of errors unless the incumbent pays close attention.
ActivityApproximate % of TimeCommentsSitting5% Standing10% Walking85% 100%
Approximate percentage of time spent lifting, pulling and/or pushing: 15%
Maximum number of pounds required (with or without assistance): 65 lbs.
Types of objects the incumbent is required to lift/pull/push. Patients, supplies, equipment
Machines and Equipment Used:
Machines, Equipment, ToolsApproximate % of TimeDegree of Hand: Eye Coordination Required
Approximate percentage of time incumbent spends in “on-the-job” travel, excluding commuting to regular work location: From no travel up to about 20% depending on primary assignment
Frequent exposure to infectious a