Full-Time Medical assistant Bilingual, Entry Level – Ras al-Khaimah
The tasks and responsibilities of the medical assistant in an outpatient clinic setting are connected to patient care. The person behaves responsibly, interacts with others successfully, and contributes to the healthcare team. When completing clinical responsibilities as part of patient care, the medical assistant works directly under the direction and control of the doctor. The clinic manager, who is in charge of administrative management, staff development, and acquainting the medical assistant with the area’s regulations and procedures, is the person who the medical assistant reports to. The medical assistant is required to exhibit proficiency in all abilities necessary to provide patient care. The medical assistant keeps track of the supplies in the exam and treatment rooms, helps with the smooth flow of patients, and keeps the clinic clean and organized to ensure patient safety. When it comes to patient care tasks, the medical assistant exhibits problem-solving abilities.
Job Title : Medical assistant Bilingual, Entry Level
Location : Ras al-Khaimah, Ras Al-Khaimah, United Arab Emirates
Salary : $ 36.29 per hour.
Company : Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.
Job Type : Full-Time
- Medical documents, such as test results, hospital notes, appointment scheduling, insurance coverage, demographic information, and requisition forms, can be used to locate a patient’s medical records. As well as completing and documenting the procedure to ensure that the data acquired and collected is accurate and properly stored.
- The standard of care requires that patients be prepared for x-rays, tests, and operations, that electrocardiograms be conducted according to age-appropriate standards, and that safety hazards be addressed by speaking out and adjusting practice in order to enhance patient safety.
- To guarantee the finest outpatient treatment, medical records, including vital signs and pain screens, as well as data from patients, families, doctors, and other members of the health care team, are all documented. This involves gathering data from patients, doctors, and other members of the healthcare team as well as obtaining and recording physical measures including weights, heights, head circumferences, and growth charts.
- Respond quickly to emergency codes, share concerns with patients and staff, and track and follow all referrals to ensure that all patients’ needs are addressed.
- This position, which reports to the Medical Director, the Clinic Director, and the Office Manager (if applicable), assists the clinical staff in managing a particular caseload when their education and/or experience working in an outpatient treatment programmed qualifies them to do so. They may also be asked to show organizational abilities and the capacity to interact with the general public.
- Promoting patient rights, responding to emergencies correctly, sharing patient and/or staff complaints with immediate supervisors immediately, and tracking and following up on all referrals is all part of meeting the needs of patients. In addition to these, there are many other organizational duties.
- Assists doctors and nurses with a variety of procedures, takes medical histories, conducts screening procedures in accordance with provider guidelines, keeps track of patients and their family members, answers calls, and helps with patient movement, dressing, and the collection of samples prior to examinations.
- Visit the patients’ rooms and get any relevant medical information as the initial stage in the evaluation process. The physician or advanced practice clinician is involved in a variety of ways.
- Sterilize all devices and equipment before using them on patients to avoid the transmission of disease. Don’t forget to do regular maintenance on the sterilizers and to save all relevant papers. Make a list of all the things you own. Exam/procedure room materials and equipment should be replenished as needed. Make sure you have all the required tools and equipment at your disposal before you get started. Living and working in an atmosphere that is safe and sanitary.
- Care team collaboration to ensure quality, cost-effective and safe patient care practices; addressing situations or decisions to ensure that patient concerns and needs are met; reinforcing patient education to improve care outcomes and safe patient practices; and assisting in discharging the patient from the care facility.
- There is a one-year experience requirement for those who lack a high school diploma or a GED to enter a service-related career. Personal and customer service skills are essential for success in the healthcare profession.
- Understanding of exam, diagnostic, and treatment room processes; ability to uphold quality control standards; and capacity to read, comprehend, and react to complex oral and written instructions.
- Solid understanding of the procedures and techniques involved in administering routine and special treatments to patients, working knowledge of sterile techniques and special procedures applicable to the work performed, and knowledge of sanitation, personal hygiene, and fundamental health and safety precautions applicable for work in a clinic setting
- Being detail-oriented and well-organized, as well as having a thorough understanding of patient care and examination procedures, as well as having the ability to maintain patient confidentiality at all times. The ability to maintain effective and polite communication with patients and other third parties at all times.
- Perform age-appropriate treatment, document and communicate pertinent information, and prepare the clinic daily; registration, scheduling, charge posting, order entry, and the ability to build and maintain strong working relationships with patients and clinic staff. The capacity to work successfully with others.