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Jackson, OH
 
estimated $17 to $21 per hour
Start: ASAP
Duration: 1 weeks

Travel Medical Assistant - $17 to $21 per hour in Jackson, OH - Position: Medical Assistant Job Description: * Schedule, confirm patient appointments, check-ups, and physician referrals * Answer telephones and direct calls to appropriate staff * Greet visitors, assess purpose of visit, and direct them to appropriate staff * Compile record medical charts, reports, and correspondence. * Some experience with electronic medical record (EMR) systems preferred * Check patients in and out * Collect co-pays * A problem-solving mentality for prioritizing tasks and addressing patient issues that may arise * Excellent customer service skills (receptionist experience highly preferred) Requirements * Must have at least 6 months of recent Medical Assistant experience; Front/Back office experience  * Medical Assistant Diploma/Certificate only required if State required * Active BLS/CPR Card * Strong phlebotomy skills * Must be ok working in a smoke-free/tobacco-free environment

Chardon, OH
 
estimated $1,002 to $1,158 per week
Start: ASAP
Duration: 13 weeks

Travel Medical Assistant - $1,002 to $1,158 per week in Chardon, OH - Details of the MA - Medical Assistant opening in Chardon, OH: * Anticipated Start Date: 04/08/2024 * Anticipated Pay Range: $1002.38 - $1157.63 * Anticipated Duration of Assignment: 13 Weeks * Anticipated Schedule: 5x8 Days At National Staffing Solutions, we have the privilege and honor of working with dedicated healthcare professionals that make a positive impact in aiding those needing healthcare services across the U.S. every day. It is our passion, drive, and integrity that enables us to continue our focus in assisting remarkable healthcare professionals like yourself in solidifying the best career opportunities available to you. We`re currently seeking a MA - Medical Assistant to join our amazing team. Qualifications for the MA - Medical Assistant: * One or more year(s) of experience as a MA * Licensed to practice as a MA with active license(s) in the state(s) in which employed and practices. * Active CPR Certification We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Cincinnati, OH
 
estimated $28 to $33 per hour
Start: ASAP
Shift: Day - 5 x 8 hours
Duration: 53 weeks

Travel Medical Assistant - $28 to $33 per hour in Cincinnati, OH - * Perform support work related to the care and treatment of Veterans to include scheduling patient appointments, tracking, reviewing, and responding to electronic orders, consults, and other elements in the electronic medical record. Education: * High School (HS) or General Equivalency Diploma (GED)

22nd Century Healthcare, Inc.

Ohio
 
estimated $1,440 per week
Start: ASAP
Duration: 52 weeks

Travel Medical Assistant - $1,440 per week in Ohio - ID: 49459963 Shift: Day 8:00 AM-5:00 PM Description: Bill Rate - $49.541st shift 20-30 hours. Schedule is flexible (to be worked out upon hire)JOB DUTIES IN ORDER OF IMPORTANCE: (These duties are illustrative only. Incumbents may perform some or all of these duties or other job-related duties as assigned.)Provide psychology services to youth. This may involve, but is not limited to formal psychological evaluations, psychological testing, and other such practices of psychology reflective of the standard of care in that profession.Provide psychological treatment to youth based on their needs and presenting difficulties. Treatment should be delivered in the structure and content of expected practices in psychology reflective of the standard of care of that profession.Assisting in the leadership and clinical oversight of interdisciplinary treatment teams. Provide psychological services in accordance with ODYS policies, procedures and directives. This involves the development and maintenance of appropriate records documenting services being provided to youth. This also involves conducting risk assessments, observations and treatment of youth displaying or presenting with severe behavioral and safety concerns. Participate as directed and expected in a variety of supportive activities such as interdisciplinary treatment teams, psychology/psychiatry staff meetings, interventional hearings, clinical staffing and other facility and ODYS agency endeavors.Coordinate treatment efforts with all appropriate staff and discipline involved with youth care.Maintain client information in a secure and confidential manner consistent with department and local procedures, as well as guidelines set by the State Board of Psychology and the Ohio Revised Code.Other an individual therapy caseload; Providing group therapy; Completing intake and mental status assessmentsCompleting risk assessments; Providing crisis intervention; Conducting Psychological Evaluations; Interdisciplinary case consultation; Attendance at identified meetings such as interdisciplinary, clinical team, psychology/psychiatry staff meetings, and mandatory trainings; Completion of indirect services and documentation which shall include but is not limited of entries on mental health database; Clinical Contact Notes; Consultation notes; Family Contact notes; Suicide Prevention Information; Psychological Services Summary Reports; Psychological Evaluation Reports; Treatment Plans; Diagnostic Information; Monthly Report; Special Management Plans.Maintenance of client information in a secure and confidential manner consistent with department and local procedures, as well as guidelines set by the State Board of Psychology and the Ohio Revised Code.MAJOR WORKER of clinical psychology; psycho diagnostics; psychotherapy; interviewing; statistics; counseling. Ability tounderstand abstract field of study; define problems, collect data, establish facts & draw valid conclusions; write meaningful, concise & accurate reports; counsel others on sensitive matters; recognize unusual or threateningconditions & take appropriate action.MINIMUM CLASS QUALIFICATIONS FOR in working with adolescent and/or juvenile offender populations is preferred. Previous experience in clinical work with children and adolescents is preferred Guaranteed Hours: Contract

Dublin, OH
 
Start: ASAP
Duration: 13 weeks

Travel Medical Assistant in Dublin, OH - Specialty: Medical Assistant Job Description: Maintains a positive public image for the practice by dealing with patients with a high level of courtesy and respect. Responsible for assisting the physician with basic office medical functions to ensure a coordinated approach to patient’s activities. Works closely with the physicians to ensure expedient, appropriate patient care. * Performs patient and family education, counseling, and teaching. * Brings patient into exam room, obtains brief history of complaints, prepares patient for exam and takes vital sign. * Performs clerical work consisting of, referrals, scheduling appointments with other physicians and facilities, filling out forms, and answering phones. * Assists physician with exam and procedures as needed. * Stock rooms, takes care of instruments and autoclaves equipment. * Assists in the orientation of personnel, with emphasis on nursing aspects. * Gives injections. * Attends staff meetings and in-services. * Assumes charge position as required in absence of supervisory personnel. * Performs other duties/projects as assigned, or required Qualifications: * 2+ Years of experience - Required * Comfortable with phone calls, greetings, processing, mailing, and cleaning - Required  * High School diploma - Required  * MA certification - Required  * BLS (AHA)

Cleveland, OH
 
estimated $28 to $33 per hour
Start: ASAP
Shift: Day - 5 x 8 hours
Duration: 53 weeks

Travel Medical Assistant - $28 to $33 per hour in Cleveland, OH - * Perform support work related to the care and treatment of Veterans to include scheduling patient appointments, tracking, reviewing, and responding to electronic orders, consults, and other elements in the electronic medical record. Education: * High School (HS) or General Equivalency Diploma (GED)

22nd Century Healthcare, Inc.

Ohio
 
Start: ASAP
Duration: 6 weeks

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Youngstown, OH
 
estimated $994 per week
Start: ASAP
Duration: 13 weeks

Travel Medical Assistant - $994 per week in Youngstown, OH - Performs administrative and clinical tasks in healthcare settings, such as taking patient histories, drawing blood, and scheduling appointments.

Springdale, OH
 
estimated $17 to $21 per hour
Start: ASAP
Duration: 8 weeks

Travel Medical Assistant - $17 to $21 per hour in Springdale, OH - Position: Medical Assistant Job Description: * Schedule, confirm patient appointments, check-ups, and physician referrals * Answer telephones and direct calls to appropriate staff * Greet visitors, assess purpose of visit, and direct them to appropriate staff * Compile record medical charts, reports, and correspondence. * Some experience with electronic medical record (EMR) systems preferred * Check patients in and out * Collect co-pays * A problem-solving mentality for prioritizing tasks and addressing patient issues that may arise * Excellent customer service skills (receptionist experience highly preferred) Requirements * Must have at least 6 months of recent Medical Assistant experience; Front/Back office experience  * Medical Assistant Diploma/Certificate only required if State required * Active BLS/CPR Card * Strong phlebotomy skills * Must be ok working in a smoke-free/tobacco-free environment

Ohio
 
estimated $1,066 per week
Start: ASAP
Duration: 52 weeks

Travel Medical Assistant - $1,066 per week in Ohio - ID: 49871825 Shift: Day 10:00 AM-6:00 PM Description: Bill Rate - $41.33Schedule - 10-6 Monday-FridayFacility still houses adults but only accepts children as new patients. May be exposed to unpredictable resident actions. JOB DUTIES IN ORDER OF IMPORTANCE: (These duties are illustrative only. Incumbents may perform some or all of these duties or other job-related duties as assigned.)Assists in implementing & planning of standard occupational therapy treatments, techniques & activities within scope of practice as set forth in Division (5)(c) of Section 4755.01 of Ohio Revised Code under general supervision of an occupational therapist (e.g., develop, improve or restore function, compensate for dysfunction &/or minimize debilitation for persons diagnosed with chronic or acute physical handicaps, emotional disorders &/or developmental disabilities such as mental illness, schizophrenia & depression; administers standardized assessments such as Kohl man Evaluation of Living Skills & Allen level Cognitive Screen; assist patients in increasing skills necessary to cope with daily living; provides treatment to patients on one on one or in group settings; participates in design & construction of orthotic devices/adaptive equipment &/or modifications of wheelchairs; prepares patients for independent community living to include motor skills, anger management, stress management; provides community resources for peer support & recovery; refers patients to local county agencies for employment, schooling, training, socialization &/or mental health services; provides input in conjunction with treatment team members to develop treatment goals & objectives; participates with treatment team & unit manager in developing methodologies, policies & procedures for implementation of occupational therapy program). Conducts interviews with clients, gather information & history of client through information obtained in interviews & chart reviews of occupational therapy assessments; participates in treatment team meetings to discuss patients performance & progress in occupational therapy groups &/or one-on-one interventions; collaborates with treatment team members (e.g., psychology; social worker; case manager) to develop individual patient programs, progress notes, weekly &/or monthly updates. Maintain patient logs & records of interventions, completes & compiles written & verbal reports (e.g. weekly, monthly, progress, incidental, forensic, confidential chart review) for treatment teams, patients, service providers & families; complete forms & discharge documentation related to occupational therapy treatments & services, organize funds utilized for snacks, unit parties & activities to include shopping for food & supplies; fills out purchase orders for unit supplies & materials for group activities; attends workshops, seminars & in-service education programs & special events; oversees activities of occupational student interns. MAJOR WORKER CHARACTERISTICS: Knowledge of occupational therapy; safety practices relative to occupational therapy; social sciences (e.g., psychology, sociology, social work); Ohio Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy & Athletic Trainer Board laws, rules & guidelines; HIPPA laws, rules & guidelines. Skill in use & maintenance of orthotic & prosthetic devices & occupational therapy equipment; personal computer & related software. Ability to deal with problems involving several variables within familiar context; calculate fractions, decimals & percentages; define problems, collect data, establish facts & draw valid conclusions; prepare meaningful, concise & accurate reports; counsel or encourage others on sensitive issues; redirect & de-escalate patients who become agitated or aggressive towards other patients &/or staff; assists with putting violent / hostile patients in 4 point restraints. ()Developed after employment. MINIMUM CLASS QUALIFICATIONS FOR EMPLOYMENT: Current State of Ohio Occupational Therapy Assistant License Guaranteed Hours: Contract

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