Certified Medical Assistant with experience in Family Medical Practice. With additional health care experience as a phlebotmist and basic x-ray. Maintain strong reputation for achieving high levels of patient satisfaction. Seeking leadership role in the medical profession
Nationally Registered Certified Medical Assistant (NAHTR)
Greets patients, answers multiple line telephone, Electronic medical records, billing and coding insurance for laboratory procedures, computer skills, copying, faxing documents to different physicians and insurance companies, phlebotomy, patient and room preparation, maintaining OSHA regulations, updating and maintaining medical records and following medical ethics and HIPPA guidelines. Occupational risk analysis. Ensure that equipment is installed correctly and safely. Making regular inspections on all equipment. Ensure OSHA compliance is maintained. Good proficiency in utilizing workplace protective equipment. Performed blood draws for a diverse suite of patients, including pediatric and geriatrics. Venipuncture techniques with vaccutainer tubes, syringes, butterfly needles. Performed phlebotomy finger sticks blood collection, specimen collection, urine analysis, and centrifuging. Responsible for 20-40 daily patient draws. Administer medications, as directed by the physician. Conferred with patients to explain procedures to gain cooperation and relieve fears. Carefully follow all safety procedures during venipuncture procedures.
Helped patients with activities of daily living, ran errands, gave morning meds, assisted with bath, cooked small meals, took patient to hair salon, daily walk and exercise, washed clothes and dishes. Gained knowledge and understanding for clinical processes and procedures, such as vital signs, phlebotomy, basic x-ray, documentation of procedures, patient and room preparation, patient education, standard precautions, 12 lead EKG, injections and prepare and administer medications as directed by a physician, and OSHA regulations. Developed administrative components billing and coding, insurance knowledge, charting, filing, medical ethics, EMR, Scheduling patient appointments, HIPPA regulations, scheduling as required. OSHA rules, regulations and safety guidelines
Completed [number] hours of clinical work in [specialty].
Gained knowledge and understanding for clinical processes and procedures, such as vital signs, phlebotomy, basic x-ray,documentation of procedures, patient and room preparation, patient education, standard precautions, 12 lead EKG, injections preparation and administer medications as directed by physician. and OSHA regulations, ad safety guidelines. Developed administrative components billing and coding, insurance knowledge, charting and filing, medical ethics,EMR, scheduling patients appointments, HIPPA regulations
Certified Medical Assistant (CMA), 2009
General Equivalency Diploma, Itawamba Community College - Tupelo, MS, 1996
American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA)
Back and front Office: Vital signs, Ancillary testing, patient education, medical Laws and Ethics, Phlebotomy, Electrocardiogram (EKG), Cpr Certified, Specimen Collection, Hematology, Immunoassays, injections, Basic X-ray, Medical Records, Billing, Coding, Faxing, answering Multiple Line Telephone, patient scheduling, Copying, Hippa, aseptic techniques, Safety Procedure, Risk Analysis, Sanitation, Pediatrics, Scheduling, Bookkeeping and Filing, Documentation, Emr, Maintenance, Quality Assurance,Satisfaction, Health And Safety, Documentation, Hippa and JCAHO knowledge, infection control, Medical Office Management, Medical Records Management.
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