TRA-MINW, P.S. Tacoma, WA, USA
Apr 24, 2018Full-Time
To enjoy successful employment with TRA-MINW, P.S. you must exhibit a strong work ethic, conduct yourself with honesty and integrity in all aspects of the position. Be able to conduct business, keeping patients as the central focus, through our values of Trust, Respect and Accountability, while always being sensitive to confidentiality. Accuracy, professionalism, thoroughness and compliance with specifications according to departmental and company expectations are requirements of all positions. Listen to and understand the needs of the patient or customer; use collaborative solutions in problem-solving as appropriate; deliver work products and services in a way that reflect the company’s mission, vision, and values. We are looking for a Certified Medical Assistant at our Union & Puyallup. Please specify Location desired on Application The Medical Assistant, Certified is responsible for clerical/reception/clinical support and assisting in the provision of care to imaging patient. This position works closely with the physicians, other clinical staff, and front office staff. Work situations are a variety of clinical and clerical functions which requires knowledge and integration of available standards, resources, and data; discretion; good judgment; diplomacy; decision making; and a customer service attitude. Interviews patients, measures and records information in patient charts. Prepare and maintain examination and treatment areas. This position may also responsible for disposal of biohazard materials. Familiar with standard concepts, practices and procedures within an imaging center. Relies on limited judgement and experience to plan and accomplish goals. Performs a variety of tasks. Essential Job Functions: Clinical Are Responsibilities: Keep clinical spaces and supplies orderly and ready to use. Check room and drawers daily and stock as needed. Maintain supplies in storage area. Prepare rooms at beginning of each day and according to patient exams. Close rooms at the end of day (i.e. wipe exam room tables, surfaces, equipment and counters with sanicoth). Stock forms and patient information materials; order materials when needed. Package lab specimens and put in central location for pick ups. Prepare patient charts: Acquire all pertinent medical records from referring providers, hospitals, outside imaging facilities, including obtaining all prior imaging studies. May administer IV injections for diagnostic agents under the direct, visual supervision . May administer non-iodinated contrast. May administer single-dose or dose-calculated medication (no schedule III-V controlled substance). May perform capillary blood withdrawal, venipunctures, intradermal sulpcutaneous, and intramuscular injections-Istats. Assist and set up Steril Procedures Patient Flow: Anticipate the needs of patients and clinicians. Update the IR body calendar every morning. Making sure all appointments and procedures are on it. Perform vital signs and initial assessment. Make sure paperwork is in order on patients having annual exams, patients who are new to TRA, and other patients as determined with the clinician. Document appropriate information in RIS, PACS, Epic and Elysium. Perform physical exam preliminaries. Schedule appointments and arrange follow up visits when indicated. Perform other work as assigned.