Performing a variety of duties depending upon the size of the clinic and whether it is a specialty versus a primary clinic. An MOA will be involved in both the clinical and clerical areas, including assisting the physicians with patient care, and handling clerical responsibilities, such as filing and arriving patients.
High school diploma.
Minimum one year of recent experience working in a medical facility, preferably medical office and/or recent externship at a medical facility/office.
Ability to perform Basic Life Support measures in an office setting; ability to appropriately use an AED.
Skilled at initiating appropriate emergency procedures/responses.
Knowledge of medical terminology, health care field and medical office protocols/procedures.
Understanding of documentation standards and guidelines.
Knowledge of equipment, supplies and material needed for medical treatment and care of the patient.
Understanding of basic laboratory procedures including preparation and screening.
Knowledge of and ability to use standard office equipment; telephone, fax machine, copier, shredder, computer.
Basic knowledgeable of and comfort level with using Microsoft Outlook, Word, and Excel.
Knowledge of infectious disease management and control of safety standards.
Skilled at drawing blood and performing CLIA-waived testing.
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