Certified or Registered Medical Assistant - CMA - RMA - Georgia Heart Institute - Interventional Cardiology - Full Time
Northeast Georgia Health System
Location: Gainesville, Georgia
Internal Number: R4595
8 Hr Evening - Morning
Northeast Georgia Health System is rooted in a foundation of improving the health of our communities.
About the Role:
Primarily responsible for utilizing the nursing process in providing the healthcare needs of assigned patients within existing standards of care. Additional job responsibilities encompass assisting physician with assessment and care of patients, gathering and recording of data into medical record, assisting with lab clinic, and office procedures directly relating to patient care and front office duties as required for an overall efficient operation.
Minimum Job Qualifications
Licensure or other certifications: Active Registry or Certification as a Medical Assistant required. Current BLS certification required or must be obtained within 30 days of hire.
Educational Requirements: High School Diploma or GED
Preferred Job Qualifications
Preferred Licensure or other certifications:
Preferred Educational Requirements:
Preferred Experience: One (1) to two (2) years related experience. Experience as lab tech or cardiology practice.
Job Specific and Unique Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of appropriate clinical office procedures.
Knowledge of front office (clerical) procedures.
Correctly identifies and implements appropriate infection control processes.
Essential Tasks and Responsibilities
Maintain proper function of patient care. Assist physician with assessment and care of patients. Assist with office visit by preparing examination room and patient (gown, etc.), recording weight, vital signs, bilateral BP measurements and medications. Perform electrocardiograms. Observe symptoms and conditions for acutely ill patient that may need emergency or immediate care and alerts PA and/or physician. Assist with gathering of medical records and assures confidentiality of records. Assess needs and assist with refills of medications and sample distribution. Medication refill approved by physician will be a Rx and assured Rx documentation. Assist with stocking and maintenance of drug samples. Assist with ordering and stocking supplies. Perform sanitation duties daily and as needed.
Gather and record accurate data into GEMMS system: Enter medications, problem list and medical history in appropriate area of chart. Abstract medical information into EMR. Create clinical resumes when appropriate. Update and verify information in electronic medical record. Perform, verify and complete orders in ECIS. Check message box and complete test results follow up. Document changes in lab procedure (different labs, addition of orders, patient requests). Transmit data to and from Lab Corp, Quest and NGMC. Assure all labs are sent to the appropriate laboratory depending on insurance.
Follow out physician orders: Educate patient and assist with completion of consent forms for procedures as required. Education and application of event monitors. Education and application of Holter monitor. Perform ABI, venipuncture, and order appropriate lab work. Assist with scheduling of tests/procedures. Ensure patients are called with test results in a timely manner. Prepare patient EMR prior to physician encounter with patient. Reviews office note to ensure all previous physician orders have been completed.
Assist lab clinic as needed: Perform venipuncture, order appropriate lab work, prepare blood samples, retrieve lab results, review results with physician as appropriate, and ensure patient is notified. Follow through with physician orders of results. Fill out appropriate lab flow sheet for physician review. Pull results from different labs used and be knowledgeable of specimen requirements for each lab. Phone and fax verbal orders from physician to lab and document in chart. Compile documentation of protimes done by venipuncture daily. Input charges for every procedure completed within the lab. Maintain temperature log daily. Maintain event monitor supply. Transport stat labs to hospital.
Assist in Anti-Coagulation clinic including patient education and maintain education booklets, maintain controls and log according to guidelines, perform finger sticks for preparation of coagulants, perform venipuncture if needed for stat INR.
Record and review results for Physician review.
Regulate results according to Physician guidelines/protocols under the guidance of the RN Anti-Coagulation Coordinator.
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