Clinical Medical Assistant – Fairview Health Services – River Falls, WI

Overview:

Fairview Health Services is looking for a Clinical Medical Assistant to work at our River Falls Clinic in River Falls, WI. This is a benefit eligible position approved for 80 hours every two weeks. This position qualifies for a $4000 bonus.


Hiring Process

If your skills and experience appear to align with those of the position, you may be asked to participate in a pre-recorded video interview. The recorded video interviews are reviewed by our hiring team and provide the reviewers with insights on the skills, attributes and experiences you possess that will allow you to be successful in your role. You will be notified by email or phone if selected for the next stage of our recruitment process. At any time, you may also check your application status online in your Fairview applicant profile at this link

Responsibilities/Job Description:

As a member of the care team, the Medical Assistant supports quality patient- and family-centered care principles through performing a variety of high level functions within a care team to support the needs of the healthcare team and patients/families. The Medical Assistant will gather information and documents to support the patient visit. The medical assistant is responsible for adhering to all policies, procedures and practice guidelines, promoting teamwork with all members of the health care team, maintaining complete, timely and accurate clinical documentation for each patient and continually looking for opportunities to improve processes and workflow.

  • Follows the patient’s plan of care.
  • Prioritizes work based on patient acuity, available resources, patient/family preferences, provider schedule, in collaboration with the physician/authorized practitioner and other health care team members.
  • Performs high and low risk technical procedures defined by the clinical setting: includes medication administration, assistance with CPR, assistance with procedures and may include lab draws.
  • Recognizes when different approaches may be needed based on age or cultural differences.
  • Implements assigned aspects of the patient teaching plan.
  • Documents care in the medical record.
  • Effectively communicates compliance and concerns to delegating physician/authorized practitioner/RN.
  • Takes action to assure continuity of care for all assigned patient.
  • Adheres to all relevant policies, procedures, and practice guidelines.
  • Responds appropriately to emergent situations
  • Functions as care team assistant as needed

Qualifications:


Required

  • Graduate of an accredited Medical Assistant Program or LPN
  • AHA Basic Life Support Certification


Preferred

  • Ambulatory Care Experience
  • AAMA Certification

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