Medical Assistant Lead - General Surgery - Full Time - Days
Ambulatory Operations at Yuma Regional Medical Center currently spans 22 locations and 46 clinics, although that number is always increasing! Working within our large group of clinics / outpatient services provides you the opportunity to work with a team of clinical experts in the specialty area where you have been assigned. Whether your passion is allergy and immunology, cardiology, orthopedics, or another area - you will be surrounded by individuals with high integrity and amazing talent.
The Medical Assistant Lead provides medical assistance and administrative/clerical support within a Yuma Regional Medical Center clinic; works with multiple providers in order to provide quality coordinated care to clinic patients; demonstrates commitment to patient care by following processes as defined by Yuma Regional Medical Center policies & procedures while promoting the mission of Yuma Regional Medical Center; demonstrates knowledge for age-specific factors necessary to perform safe and effective performance of duties; maintains job specific competencies. In addition to the job duties assigned, the lead is responsible for participating in the scheduling, training and collaboration of the assigned team with other areas of the department and organization; demonstrates and fosters open communications and positive working environment for easy access to express ideas and concerns; promotes an environment that is collaborative while keeping the team focused on a common goal; builds rapport, encourages teamwork, creates an environment where employees may feel empowered; performs other duties as assigned or requested.
· High School Diploma / GED
· Certified, Registered, or Credentialed Medical Assistant (CMA, RMA, or ABR-OE)
· American Heart Association BLS
· Fingerprint Clearance Card as required by location
1+ years related experience
Work Schedule: 8-hours, Days, Monday through Friday
Physical Requirements and working conditions for this position will be provided to you upon interview.