1 yrs required
Louisville, AL, United States
Medical assistants provide a variety of technical, clerical, receptionist, and patient care services under the supervision of nurses or medical practitioners. While the exact scope of their responsibilities may vary depending on the size of the hospital, medical facility, or practice, medical assistants generally support practitioners and other members of health care team by gathering patient medical history, taking and recording vital sign information, and occasionally assisting with minor, office-based procedures. Medical assistants are essential to delivering high-quality patient care.
Medical Assistant Job Responsibilities:
[Work Hours & Benefits] It’s always a good idea to highlight the work hours and benefits specific to your medical facility. Potential medical assistants want to learn things like team size, nurse-to-patient ratios, and shift rotations. You can also highlight any of the benefits that set you apart, like childcare reimbursements, commuter benefits, and tuition or continuing education credits.
Medical Assistant Qualifications/Skills:
Education, Experience, and Licensing Requirements: