Certified Medical Assistant

Location: Warden, WA

TITLE: Medical Assistant / MA-C RMA

LOCATION: Warden, WA

Would you like to work in a healthcare organization that is dedicated to serving the community and lives by the motto "All of us, for each of you, every time."

Are you seeking to live in a picturesque area surrounded by a large freshwater lake, where you can enjoy over 300 days of sunshine? The community has a population of approximately 25,000, and the facility serves about 77,000 individuals. The area offers a small airport, a university, and a range of recreational activities to suit everyone's interests.

Located in the Desert Oasis of the Columbia Basin in Central Washington, this region experiences all four seasons and boasts over 330 days of sunshine per year.

If this sounds like the change you're looking for, please continue reading...

What we're looking for:

  • Active license in the State of Washington as a Medical Assistant-Certified (National certifications must still become credentialed through the WA State Department of Health)
  • Knowledge of Electronic Medical Record systems, preferably Epic.
  • Current Healthcare Provider (HCP) CPR certification

Hours and compensation potential:

  • Positions are full-time. There are five openings available from 7:45am to 5:15pm, and one opening from Sunday to Saturday, 8am to 7pm.
  • Hourly pay ranges from $19.73 to $33.00 depending on experience. Shift differentials are $2.10 for evenings, $3.00 for nights, and $2.25 for weekends.
  • Full benefits package provided, including up to $5,000 for relocation assistance and a sign-on bonus of up to $5,000.

What you'll be doing:

As a Medical Assistant-Certified (MA-C), you will play a vital role in assisting healthcare providers and the clinic's healthcare team. Your responsibilities will include performing various back-office and patient-related tasks to ensure the smooth flow of patients within the department.

Within the scope of practice defined by the facility's Washington State certification, you will be responsible for carrying out a range of patient care procedures, such as injections, EKGs, ear lavage, blood draws, and measuring vital signs. Additionally, you will manage rooming and patient flow, including pre-visit preparation, assisting with the patient visit, and post-visit duties. You will also be responsible for informing the provider of any schedule changes that may impact patient flow.

Additional Information:

  • Reports to the Director. Opportunity to work with a great team. Positions are available in Family Medicine, Ortho, Pediatrics, Behavioral Health, Care Today, and floating between different settings.
  • A new hospital is currently under construction and will be completed within the next two years, providing an exciting opportunity for growth within a new facility.
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