The Medical Office Assistant II/Rad Tech has three main areas of responsibility. The first is the basic patient coordinator and administrative tasks, including referral procedures and tracking processes. The second is the actual assisting in the direct delivery of primary health care support and patient care management under the direction and supervision of the physician. The third, which is outside of the scope of a traditional Medical Assistant, is the x-ray and imaging duties performed.
Schedule: Alternating open hours with other MOAII/Rad. Tech. to cover 8am-6pm, Monday – Friday.
- High school graduate or equivalent required.
- One year of professional experience in a clinical setting preferred or candidate must show aptitude to learn medical best
practices and use of electronic medical record.
- Must be a Registered Medical Assistant (RMA), Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) or have successfully completed the
Assessment-based Recognition in Order Entry (ABR-OE) program through the American Association of Medical Assistants. If
not registered/certified, must complete the Assessment-based Recognition in Order Entry (ABR-OE) program upon hire. The
certifications/registrations/recognition must be current and updated before the expiration.
- X-ray training and/or experience required. Working knowledge of x-ray functions, including proper positioning of patient,
performing the imaging, and ensuring test and quality is optimal. Must be able to maintain x-ray safety protocols and
- Must possess CPR certification. If not, must be willing to complete upon hire.
- Must possess knowledge of medical terminology, business office procedures, accurate grammar, spelling and punctuation
to accurately process patient information. Positive attitude, maturity, professionalism, dedication, flexibility, customer
service skills required.
- Ability to read, understand and follow oral and written instruction. Ability to adapt and apply guidelines and procedures.
- Ability to exercise skills in the area of initiative, problem solving, decision-making and multi-tasking. Ability to react calmly
and effectively in emergency situations. Skill in identifying problems and recommending solutions.
- Knowledge of organization policies, regulations and common safety hazard precautions to establish a safe work
- The individual must possess good interpersonal skills and be able to serve, without prejudice or judgment, clients with
differing lifestyles, race, economic status, age, or religious affiliation.
- Must possess full range of body motion to pass basic FIT test for position to include walking, kneeling, standing, pushing,
pulling, bending, stooping, reaching and sitting for extended periods of time. Must be able to lift and carry up to 25 pounds.
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