Are you an experienced Medical Assistant looking to cut back
hours for a better work/life balance? Do you take
pride in knowing that you are making a difference every day in the
lives of people with cancer and blood disorders? If you are then
look no further than New England Cancer Specialists (NECS), a proud
Dana Farber Cancer affiliate practice.
New England Cancer Specialists (NECS is currently seeking a
part-time 16 hr Certified Medical Assistant to join
our new Portsmouth, MH location. The Certified Medical Assistant
will give topline care to a wide variety of patients dealing with
cancer and blood disorders. Duties include rooming patients, taking
patient vitals, completing a review of symptoms forms, reviewing
medications, assisting in the infusion center, and phlebotomy. The
Certified Medical Assistant will work within a team of professionals
including a physician, APP, primary nurse navigator, and a patient
NECS is a private medical practice composed of fifteen
oncologists and hematologists serving the region from five separate
locations in Maine and New Hampshire. Our mission is to make life
better for people with cancer and blood disorders. Kindness,
compassion, and respect are part of everything that we do - from our
phone operators to our physicians, every person on our team is
important, and everyone makes a difference every day. We are proud
to be the first Dana Farber Affiliate practice in the country,
striving to provide the highest quality care and unmatched, holistic
support for every patient, every day.
Responsible for the setup of examination rooms including
preparing the room, ordering/stocking supplies, and maintaining cleanliness.
Professionally greet and room patients for their appointment
obtaining vital signs, including Height, weight, BP, and pulse.
Uses professional judgment in disclosing information obtained
from clients and operates under HIPAA guidelines.
Complete, record, and report abnormally high or low VS to the
appropriate clinical provider for immediate intervention.
Complete medication and allergy reconciliation documenting in EMR.
Assist patient with and enter information into the EMR: ROS
form, pain assessments, fatigue assessment, and depression screening.
Complete lab and draws blood specimens when needed.
May assist physicians and advanced practicing providers with
examinations and procedures including bone marrow biopsy, lumbar
puncture, thoracentesis, paracentesis, and intrathecal (OMAYA) procedures.
Independently performs EKGs as ordered by the provider.
Follows established departmental policies, procedures, and
objectives, as well as safety, environmental, and infection
May perform administrative duties to include, but are not
limited to, basic phone triage and scheduling appointments and
procedures, scanning, faxing, filing, prior authorizations, PMP
reporting, oral adherence calls, preparing, organizing, and
requesting patient records for EMRs as needed.
Work Week: Work days to be determined, no weekends.