Medical Assistant- Solid Organ Transplant Clinic

Children's Health Dallas , TX 75201

Posted 2 weeks ago

Job Opportunity

Job ID: 58658



At Children's Health, we value the role each team member plays in helping us deliver on our mission of making life better for children. We take pride in providing a rich and rewarding career opportunities that enable team members to reach their highest potential.

Since 2009, we have held the AANC Magnet designation for nursing excellence. We are nationally ranked in all 10 pediatric specialties byU.S. News & World Report, serve as the primary pediatric teaching facility for

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and are recognized for quality care in every specialty.

For nine consecutive years, Children's Health has been recognized as one of the 150 top places to work in health care by Becker's Hospital Review. This esteemed list features healthcare systems which offer professional development, growth, excellent benefits and promotion of diversity above and beyond other organizations.


The purpose of this position is to perform various outpatient care duties and prepare patients for examinations/procedures, including preparing patients for clinic visits by completing intake documentation, vital signs, height/weights and rooming; preparing and assisting in examinations/procedures; collecting lab samples and performing point of care testing. Pursuant to Physician delegation, this position may collect give identified injections and medications. Additionally, this position may perform front and back office duties, such as registration, scheduling and financial processes in various outpatient clinics, managing the insurance authorization and referral process for a specified clinic, and collect funds. This position may also conduct screening of patient insurance to determine if financial counseling is necessary.

Shift/Location: Monday

  • Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Dallas, Texas


  • Escorts or transports patient to exam rooms, treatment rooms or other areas as directed

  • Prepare patient for examination and treatment by Physician or other Provider

  • Obtain past medical history and history of current illness/condition.

  • Perform point of care testing as required for their position.

  • Obtain specimens from patients through venipuncture and capillary collection (blood), nasal, throat, skin and cheek swabs, and urine specimens from patients

  • Prepare clinic area

  • Prepares examination rooms

  • Provide patients and families pre-printed instructions and educational material

  • May utilize EMR to proactively contact patients, caregivers, Physicians

  • May perform front desk support


Required: Minimum 6 months experience in a patient care setting or completion of MA Program


Required: High school diploma or equivalent


Preferred: MA Certification acquired through an accredited program

Required: BLS/CPR certification within 60 days of hire and renewed bi-annually


Children's Health offers opportunities for learning and career development; competitive pay; and a comprehensive benefits program. We promote a diverse and inclusive workplace. Our team members have a voice in their work through surveys, pulses and town halls. And we honor and celebrate our staff with year-round employee appreciation events.

We invite you to learn more about Children's Health.


Job Family Patient Care Support Expertise Clinical Support

  • Patient Care Assistants and Technicians Job Type Full Time Location Dallas, Texas
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Medical Assistant- Solid Organ Transplant Clinic

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