Employer: Planned Parenthood
Planned Parenthood is on the lookout for the next member of our amazing clinical team! As a Certified Medical Assistant (MA-C), you'll work side-by-side with our providers and physicians to provide direct patient care. Our MAs lead many dimensions of our patient visits and service delivery, and you’ll be given opportunities to grow and advance your medical career and make a tremendous impact on the lives of our patients.
People who excel in this role are motivated team players with a deep commitment to personal growth and the patient experience. If this sounds like you, please don't hesitate to apply!
Provide top-of-the-line customer service, both to patients and coworkers, ensuring that all parties involved have an exceptional experience.
Set patients up in exam rooms and conduct intake, including vitals monitoring, health history, and an overview of patient needs.
Conduct health screenings, process labs, handle specimens, and utilize lab equipment.
Provide patients medically-accurate and unbiased education on a wide range of health topics, including infection transmission and treatment, birth control options, pregnancy, and more.
Maintain accurate and consistent attention to detail, including appropriate and legible written or typed chart documentation.
Safeguard the privacy and protected health information of patients in compliance with law and PPGWNI policies. Completely understand confidentiality and HIPAA and consequences of non-compliance.
Medical Assistant certification from an accredited school or program.
Completion of high school education or its equivalent (GED)
Completion of HIV/AIDS and CPR/BLS training.
Flexible and comfortable with change.
Customer service orientation and a genuine desire to help and support others.
Ability to empathize and understand how to navigate difficult situations.
Demonstrated ability to balance efficiency with attention to detail.
Strong track record of reliability.
Team-oriented with the ability to collaborate with others to find solutions to problems.
High-capacity – when needed, you’re able to work at a fast pace and comfortably manage a complex workload.
Previous experience in reproductive health care.
Prior experience in phlebotomy.
Bilingual in English/Spanish.
Required up to 25% of the time to various PPGWNI health centers.
Valid unencumbered driver's license, proof of insurance, and reliable transportation is required.
Travel between health center sites is reimbursed and time spent traveling is paid.
Location: Spokane, WA
Application Method: https://recruiting.paylocity.com/Recruiting/Jobs/Details/328871
Base Pay: DOQ