About Texas Children's Hospital
Texas Children’s Urgent Care offers high-quality, efficient and affordable after-hours patient care in convenient community locations. Staffed by board-certified pediatricians who have privileges at Texas Children’s Hospital, our Urgent Care team can diagnose and treat a wide variety of common pediatric ailments, illnesses and conditions, including: asthma, strep throat, fever, minor burns, influenza, ear infections, allergic reactions and more. We also provide procedures such as antibiotic injections, breathing treatments, fracture care and splinting, IV (intravenous) fluids, lab services, laceration repair and x-rays on-site.
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We are searching for a Medical Assistant-Urgent Care– someone who works well in a fast-paced setting. In this position you’ll gather information, assess and provide direct care to patients. Also, collaborate with other members of the health care team to render age appropriate care.
Think you’ve got what it takes?
- Assists with the collection of patient/family data
- Prepares patient for examination per practice protocol
- Administers medication and immunizations as directed by physician per practice protocol
- Charts physician-patient encounters in real-time during medical exams, under the supervision of a provider using the electronic medical record and existing templates
- Assists with education of patient/family
- Assesses patient’s eligibility for referral by verifying coverage with payer prior to initiating referral
- Screens presenting patient complaint per practice protocol
- Collects and processes specimen according to manufacturer’s instructions and using proper technique
- Maintains certification by fulfilling continuing education (CE) requirements as directed by certification agency
- Demonstrates Creating SMILES philosophies to patients, families and co-workers
- High school diploma or GED
- Graduation from a medical assisting or emergency medical technician program preferred
- Knowledge of pediatric assessment and treatment
- Awareness of related OSHA and CLIA/COLA guidelines and requirements, general office tasks, confidentiality and filing system
- Understanding of medical terminology
- American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS)
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