Do you want to be a part of something greater? To get exposure to many different disciplines while making a positive impact on the lives of a diverse patient population? At Cedars-Sinai you'll learn from dedicated healthcare professionals every single day and use state-of-the-art facilities to do something incredible for yourself and for others. You will support the physicians and nursing staff in the delivery of health care by performing a variety of medically related tasks.
Functioning under the general supervision of the Service Line Manager and a licensed caregiver, the Clinical Care Associate (CCA) provides clinical and administrative support to nurses, physicians and allied health providers (Clinicians) working in the hospital licensed clinics. From diagnosis to recovery, Cedars-Sinai offers expert, compassionate care for a wide range of neurological disorders. Whether you need medical services, surgery or minimally invasive treatment, our nationally respected doctors, surgeons and support teams will work together to provide your best outcome and quality of life. Neurosciences include Neurosurgical, Neurology, Pituitary, and Neuro-Oncology patients- both short-term surgical and long term medicine patients. The goal is to have the CCA's able to float throughout each area with ease- Not only seeing patients in clinic but also following up on long term patients as a resource for prescription refills and authorizations. This person should be a fast learner, flexible, and have a positive attitude. Recommend those with phlebotomy certifications.
Job Responsibilities include:
The Ophthalmic Assistant provides support to Ophthalmologist, Optometrist and/or physician in order to facilitate the evaluation, treatment, and management of patients receiving specialized ophthalmic care. Collects patient medical records/history/information, conducts patient education about procedures and proper medical care, performs preliminary eye function testing and charts for physicians during examinations.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Performs initial patient exams for new and returning patients to include patient history, vision test or pupil evaluation.
Performs technical work-ups (automated and manual) and special testing to prepare patients for examination of procedure.
Reviews patient charts prior to exam, prepares examination rooms, maintains equipment and inventory of supplies.
Reviews, updates, and completes patient Electronic Medical Record (EMR) accurately.
Cleans and sterilizes instruments and dispose of contaminated supplies. Maintains Ophthalmic instruments or equipment.
Preforms administrative tasks to include responding to phone inquiries/messages. Assists with scheduling appointments. Under direction of physician may call pharmacy with prescription refills and records prescription in EMR
Graduate of an accredited Medical Assistant Program
Certified Ophthalmic Assistant required
American Heart Association BLS required
Two (2) years of Ophthalmic Assistant in an Eye Clinic or Hospital setting required
Two (2) years of conducting testing and special procedures required
Ability to convey and/or receive written/verbal information to/from various audiences in different formats
Ability to provide and/or support a level of work excellence and accuracy; recognize and address flaws or errors that others may overlook
Ability to use discretion and maintain privacy, confidentiality or anonymity
Ability to interpret and apply knowledge of State, Federal and Agency standards to comply with regulations
Ability to operate mechanical/medical devices and/or equipment
Ability to use software applications and operate technological devices (e.g., computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone, etc.)
Preferred during employment, if not certified at time of hire:
Certified by one of the following agencies approved by the Medical Board of California:
Board of the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) Credential: Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) http://www.aama-ntl.org
American Medical Technologists AMT Credential: Registered Medical Assistant (RMA) http://www.amt1.com
California Certifying Board for Medical Assistants Credential: California Certified Medical Assistant Clinical (CCMA-C) http://www.ccbma.org
Working Title: Certified Medical/ Ophthalmic Assistant Neurosciences 8hrs Days
Business Entity: Academic / Research
City: Los Angeles
Job Category: Academic / Research
Job Specialty: UNASSIGNED
Position Type: Full-time
Shift Length: 8 hour shift
Shift Type: Day