High Country Community Health: Medical Office Assistant/Certified Medical Assistant
Medical Office Assistant/Certified Medical Assistant
Supervisor: QI Specialist or Site Leader
MOA’s typically are assigned to work with one provider; however, each clinical employee is responsible for ensuring an efficient workflow is maintained each day.
Duties include but are not limited to:
- Obtain patient history including chief complaint, social history, history of present illness, AUDIT, DAST, PHQ 9 and other pertinent information
- Take vital signs, measurements, vision and hearing screens
- Perform procedures ordered by physicians including but not limited to tympanometry, pulse oximetry, nebulizer treatments, EKG’s spirometry and dental varnishing
- Administer appropriate screening tests based on patient’s reason for visit
- Administer and properly log vaccinations
- Send any prescription via E-Rx as directed by physician.
- Administer telephone triage for patients with assistance from lead nurse
- Maintain exam rooms with adequate supplies and clean rooms following patient exam
- Assist medical provider in procedures, patient questions and concerns and maintain efficient patient flow
- Reviews vaccine refrigerators and freezers weekly to monitor proper storage of vaccines and research material
Requirements/Qualifications/Skills/Experience: Minimum of 2 years experience as a medical assistant in a primary care setting. CMA, MOA, or LPN licensure preferred.