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Job ID Specialty Geographic Location City State Recruiter
1929746 Clinical Assistant and/or Medical Assistant Omaha NE Continuum Medical Staffing

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Recruiter Email: lgifford@continuumgroup.net

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This is a Clinical Assistant and/or Medical Assistant Opportunity Only!

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Company Name: Continuum Medical Staffing
Recruiter Name: Lacey Gifford
Contact Phone: 520-305-2179

Job Title: Medical Assistant

(Only QUALIFIED Healthcare Professionals accepted) Clinical Assistant and/or Medical Assistant - Medical Assistant (Temp to Perm) needed in Omaha, NE!
POSITION SUMMARY: The Medical Assistant is responsible for assisting Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants and Nurses in the examination and treatment of patients at CDHC, in a manner that promotes quality patient care. POSITION-SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES • Interview patients to obtain chief complaints, pain assessments, history, vital signs, etc. and accurately document in patient’s EMR. • Readily available to assist providers with examinations and therapeutic procedures. • Conducts patient education (explain procedures, prepare for exams, etc.) • Collect and prepare laboratory specimens, accurately complete lab requisitions electronically and correctly dispose of contaminated supplies. Maintain venipuncture skills. • Administers oral, SQ, & IM medications and documents appropriately in patient’s EMR. • Perform in-house procedures (lab tests, spirometry, peak flows, nebulizer treatments & EKG’s. • Compliance with standards, laws, and regulations as directed by regulatory and accrediting organizations such as: BPHC, Joint Commission, CLIA, OSHA, State and Federal Governments, etc. • Assist with mentoring of new staff and students. • Cleans and restocks exam rooms • Other duties as assigned. KEY ATTRIBUTES: • A philosophy of collaboration and teamwork. • Clinical credibility with physicians and support staff. • Models behavior which promotes trust and compassion for all CDHC patients • A mission-driven individual who can embrace and commit to Mission and Core Values; articulate about stewardship. • A philosophy of management by being present, actively engaged and being a servant leaders. • A self-starter, results-oriented personality. • High tolerance for complex, ambiguous, and ever-shifting environments, including a matrix management structure. • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build consensus; noticeable skills in engaging Providers, support staff and patients. • The ability to relate well to a wide variety of individuals. Comfortable working in groups, forming teams and understanding how to create change through influence and not through direct authority. • Evidence of showing firmness of resolve with Providers, support staff, colleagues and patients. • Analytical with the ability to draw conclusions from the data. • Has the attitude of prioritization not scarcity. • The ability to hear, to understand, to reflect, and to mediate on issues. • An appreciation of the importance of the clinical team, and what nursing, patient care departments and operations brings to the patient care endeavor, and the strength of that clinical partnership. • A sense of humor and the ability to generate optimism in fellow team members. EXPECTATIONS: In the first eighteen months to two years, significant progress should be demonstrated in the following areas: • Trust will continue to have increased between administration and the provider staff and there will be a stronger sense of collaboration and partnership in the patient care enterprise. • Effective working relationship with provider staff leaders. • Promote honoring of a culture of consensus, but streamline decisions through collaboration and a matrix structure in conjunction with the medical staff leadership. • Clinical excellence will be further recognized and affirmed through quantifiable metrics in performance. • There should be a stronger sense that Administration is mindful of provider issues when setting direction and policy. • There will be measurable improvement in provider and patient satisfaction. • Be an advocate for the provider staff vantage point in promoting collaboration with Administration and the Board of Directors. POSITION REQUIREMENTS • Education: Completion of Medical Assistant Program; MA Certification preferred; BLS Certification • Experience: • Expertise: Strong interpersonal skills Proficient verbal skills Ability to use office and medical equipment Microsoft applications, internet and email Good record keeping methods Strong organizational skills Ability to achieve measurable outcomes Ability to handle multiple tasks effectively Knowledge of medical terminology • Language: English fluency • Work Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00am – 6:00pm Saturday 9:00am – 12:00pm • Travel: Minimal • Exposure: The exposure characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position. For example, while performing the essential functions of this job, the employee seldom is exposed to fumes or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals. Additionally, the employee may occasionally be exposed to blood borne and other hazardous chemicals. Finally, the noise level in the work environment can seldom be quite loud. In all cases personal protective equipment will be provided to the employee in combination with adequate ventilation and other engineering controls to minimize the risk of exposure or other hazardous occurrence • Physical: Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with special challenges to perform these essential functions.




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