Pain Management Clinic - Certfied Medical Assistant

Melbourne, FL 32935
United States

Experience Required
Accepts NHA Certifications
From $14 To $16.00
Per Hour
Employment Type
Work Schedule
No Travel

Job Description


Narayana Healthcare Alliance, LLC is a small business in Melbourne, FL 32935. We are professional and autonomous.

Our goal is to continue our mission in providing our patients with the highest level of care and compassion they deserve in a personalized setting. We are looking for a professional, service-oriented team player to join our very busy Interventional Pain Management practice in Melbourne, Florida. As a full-time Medical Assistant, you will be the first point of contact and play an essential role in creating a welcoming and supportive environment. Candidates must be able to coordinate and track a variety of details to provide a seamless patient experience. The ideal candidate will have an excellent work ethic, be a quick learner, enjoy multi-tasking and staying organized, be flexible, and understand the importance of a positive, courteous and a professional attitude in the workplace. Great attention to detail and clear communication with patients are essential.
Below is the job description:
General Summary: A non-exempt position responsible for daily patient flow for the practice for whom they work. Must use triage skills to make appropriate patient health assessments and to anticipate physician's needs as they relate to the patients' medical care.
Essential Job Responsibilities:
Prepares patients for appropriate exams/procedures
Interviews patients, measures vital signs, and other pertinent information as required by department. Records information in patient's' medical record.
Performs medication review and reconciliation. Notes allergies as well as verifies medications patient is currently using. Medications patient has discontinued are recorded in visit notes.
Assists in patient education by providing informational pamphlet and after care instructions, and/ or after visit summary as instructed by the Clinician or according to Company Policy.
Gathers appropriate documents and signatures necessary to assist the Clinician in making treatment decisions.
Receives and records lab/radiological test results (may include outside medical records) via telephone or computer and ensures that those results and related reports are with the patient’s medical record at the time of the patient’s visit.
Relays Clinician instructions/orders to pharmacy (refills only without changes), patients, and other entities via computer, phone, fax, or mail.
Ensures that exam rooms are clean, stocked, and appropriately set up each day prior to rooming patients.
Manages rooming and patient flow, including pre-visit preparation, assisting with the patient visit, and post-visit duties.
Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
Must exercise utmost diplomacy and tact to provide excellent customer service for patients; Practices confidentiality and privacy protocols in accordance to Clinic policies and HIPAA requirements.
Uses customer service principles and techniques to deal with patients calmly and pleasantly.

C-Arm experience preferred, but not required.
The C-Arm Technologist is responsible for all aspects of c arm usage including maneuvering, producing good diagnostic images, documentation and training of ancillary personnel to assist if needed.
C-Arm Technologist Responsibilities:
Maneuver c arm prior to designated case. Arrive at site at least 30 minutes before scheduled case to allow time to move c arm into place without disturbing ASC set up for case.
Operate the c arm following all rules and regulations pertaining to radiation safety applicable to state and federal laws.
Have a thorough knowledge of the machine and be able to optimize image quality.
Adjust all settings when needed to compensate for different patient body habitus.
Assure at all times the lowest dose possible is achieved for each case.
Keep accurate records of all cases that use the c arm.
Transfer all images to the system in a timely fashion after selecting images to be stored.
Maintain any supplies needed and ordering them in enough time as not to disrupt the flow of cases.
Report any malfunctioning equipment to management in a timely manner.
Maintain care and maintenance of lead aprons needed at each site and assure all OR personnel are wearing appropriate lead for each case.

Other duties as assigned.

Education: High school diploma or equivalent, some college preferred.
Experience: Two or more years of experience in customer service or reception, preferably in a health care environment.
Knowledge of E-Clinical Works a plus.
Certifications/Training: MA certification required and FA/CPR preferred.

Job Types: Full-time, Contract

Pay: From $14.00 per hour