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Seward, AK

CMA-Certified Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant
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About the Assignment

Position: CMA-Certified Medical Assistant
Location: Seward, AK
Shift: Schedule 4x10 or 5x8 depending on need
Duration: 4 Months
Start: ASAP

Job Description:

  • Reviews patient charts for upcoming appointments, identifies patient care gaps using EHR and Azara DRVS at least one week prior to appointment. Communicates with patient, provider, Case Manager, and/or Health Unit Coordinator as needed.
    • Ensure provider has chart notes from outside providers or labs done on demand for review at visit.
    • Review patient vaccines in VacTrAk (State of Alaska vaccine database); reconcile with vaccine records in EHR.
  • Reviews weekly provider schedule daily; facilitate pre-charting and capture of relevant data for Health Maintenance.
  • Prepares all exam rooms and lab/med room each morning: turn on computers, access EHR, assure all stations are up and running.
  • Records temperatures of vaccine fridges & freezers as assigned/instructed.
  • Rooms patients for provider.
  • Prior to patient arrival ensure room is prepared with necessary instruments, supplies and equipment to include gowns and drapes for patient that may be needed.
  • Prepares patients for the health care visit by accompanying them to the exam room.
  • Orders labs, referrals, POC tests, vaccines, and DME if needed. Assist health care providers during examinations and procedures as needed.
  • Performs unassisted procedures within scope of practice.
  • Administers vaccines as needed, assist others with vaccinations.
  • Schedules follow-up visits.
  • Collects various specimens for POC lab/PSMC lab, facilitates patient completion of consent form, delivers specimens to lab.
  • Escorts patient to lab/waiting room for outpatient imaging/labs, have patient sign consent form and deliver to PSMC check-in desk.
  • Performs POCT labs in lab room.
  • Has patient complete any necessary paperwork; Submit ROI to front desk.
  • Obtains prior authorizations for services.
  • Coordinates specialist visits with patient.


  • ​High School Diploma or equivalent. Current certification as a NCMA required.
  • Previous family practice experience preferred.
  • Excellent communication skills and willingness to work as a member of a team.
  • Possess Current CPR/BLS certification.
  • Ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously
  • Strong computer skills, and ability to trouble shoot and work independently with a computer, especially electronic healthcare records.
  • Knowledge of medical terminology and equipment.
  • Provide for absolute confidentiality in all Seward Community Health Center matters.

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