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CMA - Float - $18 per hour

Company: Springfield Clinic
Location: Springfield
Posted on: May 9, 2024

Job Description:

Springfield Clinic is seeking a CMA Float for a job in Springfield, Illinois.Job Description & Requirements

  • Specialty: Float
  • Discipline: CMA
  • Duration: Ongoing
  • 40 hours per week
  • Shift: 8 hours, nights
  • Employment Type: StaffThe Certified Medical Assistant-Float Pool is responsible for functioning as an assistant to the physician, optometrist, NP/PA, RN's, and LPN's in the area of direct and indirect patient care, laboratory procedures, charging and medical records. Displaying agility and versatility, the Certified Medical Assistant-Float Pool assists a variety of providers in the treatment and evaluation of a diverse range of patients under changing circumstances and challenges; functions as an integral part of the patient care team to coordinate patient care by interacting with multiple care tam members, all Clinic departments, hospitals, nursing homes and home care agencies. Job Relationships - Reports to the Operations Manager Principal Responsibilities - Assist in organizing the nursing station and work area to facilitate good work flow. - Organize all written medical information for physician/nurses review and place in the record in correct order. Proof read appropriate dictation. - Assist in answering phones and prioritize call for physician, nurse and receptionist. - Schedule appointments effectively and efficiently according to patient needs. - Open mail and distribute to appropriate person, file miscellaneous office information, organize all written communication. - Order all office supplies utilizing cost containment methods. - Order all medical supplies, stock exam rooms, clean according to Infection Control Policies. - Follow all Clinic policies including the Nursing Dress Code Policy. Adhere to clinic performance standards. - Make decision regarding priority and disposition of patient complaints. Report appropriate information to supervisor. - Interview patient to determine chief complaint and document information in medical record. - Take vital signs and document results. - May perform office procedures such as but not limited to sterile urine cath, suture removal, staple removal or removal of casts under the direction of a N.P, P.A. or physician. - Order diagnostic tests, exams and procedures according to physician's order. - Prepare patient for physician exam. - Give patients instructions for home care, medications, etc. under N.P., P.A. or physician direction. - Give medications orally, subcutaneously, and intramuscularly. May monitor IV therapy documents under the direction of the N.P., P.A. or physician. - Administer allergy injections only under the direct supervision of the physician prescriber of the antigen. - Perform pre-certifications/referral for insurance companies as necessary. - Provide patient/family education and reinforce all patient teaching. - Call in prescriptions to pharmacy, provide patient instructions and document. - Maintain flexibility to meet rapidly changing demands on a temporary basis, offering unique global perspectives and experiences without limitations of a singular care focus. - Comply with the Springfield Clinic incident reporting policy and procedures. - Adhere to all OSHA and Springfield Clinic training & accomplishments as required per policy. - Provide excellent customer service and adhere to Springfield Clinic's Code of Conduct and Ethics Standards. - Perform other job duties as assigned. Education/Experience - Graduate of an accredited medical assisting program. Licenses/Certificates - Maintain RMA, CMA or NCMA credentials according to requirements established by the certifying body. Provide copy of credentials to Human Resources prior to expiration of certification period. - Must be a registered or certified Medical Assistant through one of the following: American Med Techs (AMT), American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA), National Center for Competency Testing (NCCT), National Health Career Association (NHA), American Allied Health (AAH) at time of hire, or National Association for Health Professionals (NAHP). - If a different credentialing body is presented it will need reviewed and approved by the Director of Nursing - CPR certification per American Heart Association guidelines required within 30 days of hire. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities - Works in office setting, for a variety of disciplines, during the hours the Clinic is available to patients/families. Working Environment - Sitting vs. standing averages to 50-50%. - Minimal lifting requirements. Occasional lifting required for orthopedics, geriatrics and internal medicine. PHI/Privacy Level - HIPAA1Springfield Clinic Job ID #4516.About Springfield ClinicSpringfield Clinic has been recognized as on of the top 100 workplaces to work for 2 years running. We are proud to deliver exceptional care to our community and strive to be the best healthcare organization in the Midwest and the country. As an employee of Springfield Clinic you would be joining a team of talented individuals that strive to be the best in the industry, every day. -Benefits
    • Guaranteed Hours
    • Continuing Education
    • 401k retirement plan
    • Wellness and fitness programs
    • Employee assistance programs
    • Discount program
    • Medical benefits
    • Holiday Pay
    • Dental benefits
    • Vision benefits
    • Benefits start day 1
    • Life insurance

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