Job Description

General Description

The Lead CMA / RMA assists with daily functions of the Clinic.

CMA's / RMA’s are integral to our clinic/hospital and are responsible for assisting Providers with medical treatment of patients within a patient-centered philosophy. 

Essential Job Duties

  • Train all new MA’s as part of their orientation. Get them acclimated, situated and comfortable in the clinics.
  • Keep MA’s updated and informed on any training opportunities.
  • Helps facilitate annual MA skills competency and documents.
  • Provides coverage at any of the WCH Clinics during staffing gaps and MA position vacancies.
  • Create, maintain, and monitor MA schedule for stocking the exam rooms accordingly.
  • Conduct quality control checks of machines and kits as directed.
  • Conduct In-House back-office procedure lab tests/Nurse visits when appropriate (Sofia, Glucose, INR and UA dips).
  • Assist providers as needed.
  • Assist MA’s as needed.
  • Take vital signs.
  • Documentation in EHR, past medical history, social history, surgery history, immunizations, and medication reconciliation.
  • Prepare patient for exam.
  • Administer medication/injections.
  • E-scribe prescriptions to pharmacy.
  • Maintenance of equipment and making recommendations for medical equipment as needed to Supervisor.
  • Update ordering list with any needed supplies and medications.
  • Oversee inventory of medical supplies and equipment.
  • Assist in chart documentation for quality purposed to ensure that provider coding and documentation matching.Verify lab orders/ requisitions.
  • Open tickets for Information assistance.
  • Open and close the clinic Office as necessary.
  • Assist with administrative assignments as needed.
  • The lead for the VFC Program for the Clinic and the main go-to person for assistance with vaccinations.

Other (Non-Essential) Duties

  • Other duties as directed by Practice Manager.

Minimum Qualifications

  • High school diploma.
  • Currently a Certified Medical Assistant, CMA or Registered MA.
  • 6 months or more of recent experience working in a provider’s office.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing.
  • Ability to maintain accurate records with attention to detail.
  • Function in a team environment with courteous, compassionate, and respectful treatment of patients and other team members.
  • Good organizational skills.

Physical Requirements/Working Conditions

  • Being able to work at fast pace, Multitasking, Lots of walking.
  • Must be able to operate standard office equipment.
  • Must be able to lift and carry up to 20 lbs. 

Sign on Bonus - $3000