As a member of the patient care team, the Medical Assistant is responsible for positive patient relations, proper telephone communication, verification of patient information by interviewing patient and confirming purpose of visit. The Medical Assistant is also responsible to prepare the patients for examination by performing preliminary physical tests, taking blood pressure, weight, and temperature, and reporting patient history summary.
This position will also be trained and will be responsible for appointment scheduling, and to perform routine duties associated with the collection and maintenance of current patient demographics and insurance information.
- Orthopedic experience highly preferred
- Working Title: Orthopedic Medical Assistant- Kerlan Jobe Institute
- Department: SMOG
- Business Entity: Medical Network Foundation
- City: Santa Monica
- Job Category: Family & Function, Medical Network Foundation
- Job Specialty: UNASSIGNED
- Position Type: Full-time
- Shift Length: 8 hour shift
- Shift Type: Full-time
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