Certified Medical Assistants are unlicensed health professionals who perform delegated clinical and administrative duties consistent with Medical Assistant program education, training and experience. May work in both the clinical and front office functions of the practice providing clerical and patient care support activities at the direction of the physician/provider. Defined clinical tasks are delegated to the CMA by physicians within the practice. Competence in the performance of such tasks are evaluated by designated RN staff or other qualified licensed professional. The incumbent performs the duties described below in accordance with the specific needs of the practice.
• Education: High school or GED equivalent
• Certificate of completion/Diploma from a medical assistant program
• Current Certification by the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) OR Registered Medical Assistant Certification by the American Medical Technologists (AMT)
• Basic computer skills with Microsoft Office
• Experience – previous experience as a medical office assistant or CNA or equivalent, previous experience with an electronic health record, phlebotomy
• American Heart Association (BLS for Health Care Providers)
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