From outpatient visits and tests to surgery and recovery, the Cardiovascular Center serves as a central location for coordinated, top-quality cardiovascular care from our highly skilled medical and surgical teams. Together with inpatient units in University Hospital, outpatient clinics located throughout the local area, and specialized care for children with congenital heart defects at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, the building makes U-M's nationally recognized cardiovascular care convenient and accessible to all.
The Frankel Cardiovascular Center is designed to create a calm and healing environment for patients and visitors. Indoor and outdoor healing gardens, rooms for quiet reflection, a patient education center, valet parking, a heart-healthy cafe and art-filled halls are just some of the features geared toward patients and families.
Management that provides quality training and direction
Perform efficient and accurate intake on patients, including proper medication reconciliation, allergy and social history review, and take vital signs.
Monitor and promote clinic flow by rooming patients.
Maintain stock levels in exam rooms and medical assistant pods.
In surgical areas, perform wound care, including suture and staple removal, wound dressing, and wound vacuum removal.
Ensure personal mandatory MLearnings and competencies are up to date.
Process patient care orders using the electronic ordering system.
Respond to general patient inquiries regarding treatment and clinic policies and procedures.
Saturday clinic staff is responsible for drawing blood and processing lab specimen orders.
Arrange for the repair of clinic equipment.
High school diploma or GED.
Graduation from a Medical Assistant Program or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
BLS within three months of hire.
Knowledge of basic medical terminology.
Ability to communicate effectively.
Demonstrated active listening, written, verbal and information technology skills.
Documented history of excellent attendance and punctuality.
Ability to take direction and receive feedback.
Moderate standing / walking, as well as lifting, positioning, pushing and/or transferring patients.
Exceptional interpersonal skills.
1-3 years of experience
0-1 years of experience
Certification as a MA.
Previous experience in pathology/blood draws, 12 lead EKG's, or ancillary cardiology procedures and immunizations.
Experience working within a large, complex healthcare system.
Familiarity with Michigan Medicine's electronic medical records systems.
Experience with EPIC software in a healthcare system.
Knowledge of university policies and procedures.
Base schedule is Monday - Friday, days 8:30am - 5:00pm, includes evening and Saturday rotation.
This position may be underfilled at a lower classification depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate.
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