Certified Medical Assistant, Orthopedic Associates of Middletown
Company: ORTHOPAEDIC & NEUROSURGERY SPECIALI
Posted on: January 7, 2022
About ONS: Headquartered in Greenwich, Connecticut, ONS is a
multi-specialty orthopaedic and neurosurgery physician group
including 32 doctors with locations in New York and throughout
Connecticut. The organization has been the region's most
comprehensive and advanced practice of its kind for more than 20
years. ONS's clinical offering covers a wide range of
sub-specialties including orthopedics, rheumatology, sports
medicine, joint replacement, neurosurgery, physiatry and services
such as physical therapy, MRI, ambulatory surgery, and urgent
orthopedic care. Twenty-two ONS physicians have been named Top
Doctors by Castle Connolly.--- Doctors rotate through the sites to
provide the full range of services at each location. For more
information, visit www.onsmd.com
We are an equal opportunity employer. Qualified Applicants are
considered for positions and are evaluated without regard to mental
or physical disability, race, color, religion, gender, national
origin, age, genetic information, military or veteran status,
sexual orientation, marital status or any other classification
protected under applicable Federal, State or Local law.
We will endeavor to make a reasonable accommodation to the known
physical or mental limitations of a qualified applicant with a
disability unless the accommodation would impose an undue hardship
on the operation of our business. If you believe you require such
assistance to complete this form or to participate in an interview,
please contact Human Resources at 203-869-1145 (for reasonable
accommodation requests only).Please provide all information
requested to assure that you are considered for current or future
- Arrive promptly to clinic according to your scheduled sessions.
Contribute and work together as a team to see that the clinic runs
smoothly (rooming patients, completing DME/casts, cleaning exam &
waiting rooms, stocking rooms).
- Verifies patient information by interviewing patient, recording
medical history, confirming and recording all patient medications
and allergies, confirming and documenting the purpose of the visit.
Obtaining OP reports, imaging reports, etc for the visit. Opening
images for Provider review.
- Prepares patients for examination by ordering preliminary
physical tests/x rays. Interact with other departments (electronic
health records, radiology, service coordination) to obtain the
resources needed to assist in patient care.
- Maintain accurate notes and records. Maintain patient dignity
- Remove sutures and staples (As Appropriate)
- Prepare injectable medications as per physician orders. Assist
Providers with US guided procedures (portable and handheld
- Dressings - assess the condition of wounds prior to cast
applications and cast removal. Consult with Providers for further
orders when problems are identified. (As appropriate)
- Cast application - (including specialized casts, fracture
braces) using plaster or synthetic materials. This involves
adjusting, removing, repairing, bi-valving, wedging and windowing
of casts. Provide on the job instruction and demonstration of
casting techniques to co-workers and other health professionals
(medical students, interns, residents) as requested.
- Measure and fit patients for orthopedic braces, devices, and
ambulatory aids. Instruct patients regarding care and proper use.
Fabricate and apply splints and bandages (ie., finger splints,
humeral splints, knee splints, back braces, etc.). Appropriately
document/code/bill for DME products.
- Instruct patient/family in the care of the cast, splint, or
brace as well as skin care. Reinforce the teaching of the medical
information given by the physician regarding the specific injury,
treatment plan, and anticipated results.
- Order and maintain equipment (including cleaning and preparing
instruments for autoclave).
- Manage orthopedic supplies, stock rooms, and empty biohazard
- Collaborate with other health care professionals such as
physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners.
- Prepare for clinic: bringing any necessary supplies, etc. Upon
completion of clinic: clean & stock rooms, power down computers,
possibly prepare for next Provider's clinic with user logins.
- Assist and monitor other clinics when schedule & time allows
assist with rooming, assisting/completing patient Kiosk's,
completing DME/casts, etc.
- Cover evening Urgent Ortho hours on a rotating basis within the
- Travel to satellite offices when assigned.
- Assisting with triage tasks.
- Training with Front Desk on checking in and checking out
patients.MA CERTIFIED: Candidates must have graduated from a
medical assisting program (may be a one-year certificate or diploma
program or a two-year associate degree program) that is accredited
by either CAAHEP or ABHES. Candidates must have taken and passed
the CMA Certification Examination
- General knowledge of office procedures and computer
- Strong interpersonal and customer service skills
- Ability to handle high stress, busy work environment.
- Knowledge of Word & Outlook required.
- Orthopedic and/or casting experience required.
- Pleasant, professional, and articulate phone skills.
- Knowledge of medical terminology.
- Strong organizational skills
- Ability to work well under pressure
- Ability to work as part of a team
- Travel between satellite offices required.
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