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Medical Assistant II-Float

Medical Assistant II-Float

Family Medicine

 

Address   Specialty Physicians of Illinois, LLC
    344 Victory Drive
    Park Forest, IL 60466

Hours  Days/Evenings

Calendar  Full-Time

Education Trade School / Certification Preferred

WHAT WE NEED

A multi-tasker who can move mountains

WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR

Just who is the Medical Assistant Float? A person who thrives in a fast-paced, busy environment.  A person who is able to efficiently provide patient care – and do it all day long and maybe not the same place each day.  The ability to give the same level of attention and detail to each and every patient. Our float team brings that level of care and to every patient while It’s a bit of a juggling act but if you think you have the skills then we need to talk.

Are you a Medical Assistant ready for the challenge of floating? Do you pride yourself on your empathy with patients? Are you a whiz at getting a patient ready for an exam or test? Do you value working in a faith-filled environment? Are you good at accurately recording patient stats and handling test results? If you said yes, you’re just what we need in a Medical Assistant.

WHAT YOU WILL DO
  • Provide direct patient care, which may include rooming patients, taking vitals, obtaining a comprehensive medical history, administering vaccines, injections, and medications, phlebotomy, point of care testing and medication reconciliation.
  • Gather requirements from internal and external customers and provide information via phone, electronic messaging and in person.
  • Initiate and follow through on prior authorizations, referrals, and medication refills.
  • Enter patient information into the electronic medical records system and use systems to produce and conduct referrals, prior authorizations, medication research, and other related duties.
WHAT IT TAKES TO SUCCEED
  • Prior Medical Assisting experience preferred.
  • Knowledge of hematology/blood collection technology, techniques, and procedures.
  • Customer service skills.
  • Knowledge of terminology used in diagnosis and classification of illnesses, injuries, and disabilities.
  • Follow directions as communicated in a variety of ways.
  • Show sincere interest in others and their concerns.
  • Understanding of patient handling techniques.
  • Knowledge of pharmaceutical terminology, generic and trade names, and ICD coding.
  • Develop effective relationships with patients, hospital departments, and other external parties.
  • Effectively communicate verbally and in writing.


WHAT WE'RE LOOKING FOR

 

1-3 Years Experience

License(s):

Certification(s): Basic Life Support Program

Travel: Never or Rarely

 

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

It is the policy of Specialty Physicians of Illinois, LLC to provide equal employment to its employees and qualified applicants for employment as otherwise required by an applicable local, state or Federal law.

Specialty Physicians of Illinois, LLC,  reserves a Right of Conscience objection in the event local, state or Federal ordinances that violate its values and the free exercise of its religious rights.

Specialty Physicians of Illinois, LLC, is committed to equal employment opportunity.

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