Medical Assistant Job In Orlando, Florida
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US Anesthesia Partners of Florida has a great opportunity available for a Certified Medical Assistant to join our Pain Management Division. We are one of the nation's largest anesthesia practices and have a strong presence within the Central Florida market with offices in Lake Mary, Altamonte Springs, downtown and East Orlando. This is a fulltime position working Monday – Friday that will support various locations as well as periodically report to our corporate office in Maitland for administrative work and phone follow-up with patients. We offer an exceptional benefits package including immediate 401k plan with immediate enrollment, profit sharing eligibility, health benefits, liberal Paid Time Off and Holiday Pay and many more.
Guide patients into examining room.
Take and record vital signs.
Review medical history with patient, validate information, and update as needed.
Review the procedures to be followed with the patient and make special preparations as prescribed by the physician.
Assists patients concerns, refills, need to call in prescriptions, and questions.
Coordinate with the doctors and return calls to patient with doctor’s response.
Utilize Electronic Medical Record to record all patient interactions and make appointments.
High school diploma required.
Medical Assistant Certification
1+ years of MA experience within a clinic setting
Computer literate. Previous use of electronic medical records system required.
Exceptional customer/patient service experience with excellent listening and communication skills
Attention to detail
Solid job history with limited turnover a must
U.S. Anesthesia Partners (USAP) is the largest single-specialty anesthesia practice in the country with over 3,000 team members. As a physician owned and physician governed group of top-tier anesthesiologists, USAP’s physicians work in a care team model that enables them to provide excellent quality care to patients in a wide range of cases. USAP physicians lead the way with their commitment to quality patient care. Our CQI board reviews data from cases across our practice, discovering trends, applying the latest medical research in an effort to improve patient outcomes, and educating all USAP providers on best practices. Our CQI program also allows us to provide quality data for our physician groups that they can then use as proof of performance to hospital partners. We feel a responsibility to help shape the future of anesthesia, increasing the value our profession can provide and the positive impact we can make on patient lives. USAP team members serve major metropolitan healthcare communities in Colorado, Florida, Nevada, Texas and Washington.