Southcentral Foundation Certified Medical Assistant I, II Pediatrics in Anchorage, Alaska
Certified Medical Assistant I, II Pediatrics
Regular Full Time
- Southcentral Foundation is seeking to hire an experienced CERTIFIED MEDICAL ASSISTANT(S) I, II in our fast-growing Medical Services Division! Southcentral Foundation (SCF) is seeking to hire experienced Certified Medical Assistant(s) to join our dynamic Medical Services Division! SCF is an Alaska Native-owned, nonprofit health care organization located on the Alaska Native Health Campus serving nearly 65,000 Alaska Native and American Indian people (customer-owners) living in Anchorage, Matanuska-Susitna Valley and 55 rural villages. Certified Medical Assistant(s):The right candidate is responsible for assisting providers in delivering quality health care to customer-owners and their families and assisting the providers in the clinic in furnishing high quality health care. The ideal candidate for the Certified Medical Assistant vacancy has general NCMA skills knowledge with the ability to provide impressive customer service. The candidate will be a team player and participating as an active member of the core clinical team with a level of professionalism that creates, develops and nurtures culturally appropriate interactions. Team members connect with each other, customer-owners and the community. Flexibility and adaptability are a must in the SCF fast-paced and growing departments. Daily Duties and Expectations:• Assists providers in the delivery of quality health care to customer-owner: o Monitors customer-owners during examination or treatment. o Performs basic medical procedures before and after examination including taking of vital signs, medical history up-date, performing phlebotomy, specimen collection, recording of EKG's, dressing changes, medication administration, scheduling customer-owner appointments and procedures and documenting of care in health record. o Assists in ensuring smooth customer-owner flow. o Assists provider and case manager in managing customer-owners. o Assist in the development and implementation of customer-owner education plans by providing age appropriate instructions to customer-owners in accordance with established clinic guidelines. o Demonstrated understanding of and sensitivity to culturally diverse customs and traditions impacting health care of customer-owner and family. • Responsible for inventory and equipment maintenance: o Ensures availability of drug stock supply, other supplies, and equipment by completing daily inventories of various medical items and submitting supply request. o Completes daily quality control testing and documentation of blood glucose meters. o Maintains records of emergency equipment inspections, biomedical repairs and requests for maintenance of unit facilities. o Assists with keeping the customer-owner care environment clean, safe and organized. o Demonstrated ability to provide and maintain accurate documentation in the customer-owner health record. Qualifications for Certified Medical Assistant(s) I:• High School Diploma or GED. • Certification as a Medical Assistant. • Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification. Qualifications for Certified Medical Assistant(s) II:• High School Diploma or GED. • Certification as a Medical Assistant. • Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification. • Successful completion of competencies outlined in Job Progression Checklist. Imagine working for an entire people, instead of a business. SCF can give you that job satisfaction. Come join our innovative, cutting edge, award-winning health care organization expanding the frontier of health care! Salary DOE with outstanding Benefits package including an employer matched 401(k) plan and participation in the Federal Employee Health Benefits (FEHB) Program. For additional information, please visit our website at: https://www.southcentralfoundation.com/employment/benefits/ To express interest in the Certified Medical Assistant(s) I, II opportunity, please apply online at: https://www.southcentralfoundation.com/employment/job-openings/ OR contact the Southcentral Foundation Recruiting Team at (907) 729-4977.