Historically document vaccines in medical records for new patients.
Assists in performing a range of patient care processes and procedures, such as preparing patients' charts, measuring and recording patient vital signs, and assisting patients on/off stretchers, wheelchairs, and/or exam tables.
Works within defined processes and appropriate patient care protocol relating to the physical, psychological, and developmental needs of the patient.
Performs other related work as needed.
High school diploma
Two years of medical assistant experience
Two years in an ambulatory care setting
Two years of pediatric experience
Medical assistant certification
Effective and appropriate application of medical knowledge
Outpatient clinic in hospital professional building
List of references (preferred)
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