The medical assistant provides support to the other medical assistant, doctors, and CRNP by collecting vital information from individuals, assisting with the prescription process, providing injections, and coordinating medical records.
Salary: $12.75-14.75/hour: includes health benefits and paid time off (up to 4 weeks of vacation and 1 week of sick time/year).
1.Prior Authorizations: process in a timely manner. Work with prescriber and insurance companies to ensure individuals receive appropriate approval for medications.
2. Medical records: respond to all requests for medical records in a timely manner. Keep accurate tracking of requests, including fees associated with requests. Maintain order in chart room and EHR.
3. Administration of medications: ensure proper storage and tracking of all medications, including sample medications. Maintain accurate medication log. Adhere to procedure for medication distribution and storage. Administer medications according to manufacturer’s indications. Document all medications provided to individuals in electronic health record.
4. Vital signs: take vital signs for each individual. Communicate results to prescriber and indicate any abnormal findings. Record vital signs in electronic health record.
5. Maintain proper correspondence: check printer, scans, faxes, mail on regular interval to retrieve correspondence and distribute as appropriate.
6. Medical waste: ensure medical waste disposal is emptied regularly and that medical waste bins are being used appropriately (i.e.: containing no non-medical waste).
Lower Merion Counseling Services has been providing a broad range of mental health and substance abuse services for over 50 years. Lower Merion Counseling & Mobil eServices offers help to people whose lives have been affected by mental illness and/or substance abuse. We provide services in a responsive and respectful manner with sensitivity to issues of gender, ethnicity, culture and sexual identity. LMCMS strives to educate ourselves, people who participate in our services and our community about mental illness and substance abuse, and the hopeful possibilities of treatment and recovery. We support people to maximize independent living and improve the quality of their life through community-based treatment. Our staff includes psychiatrists, therapists, case managers, certified peer specialists, and other mental health professionals.
Resources for Human Development, is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, genetic information, veteran or disability status.