Company: NCW Staffing Inc.
Posted on: July 30, 2022
Job Description MEDICAL ASSISTANT Qualification Requirements All
Temporary/Relief Medical Assistants assigned to CDCR must have the
minimum experience outlined below: 1. Twelve (12) continuous months
of experience within the last three (3) years performing services
similar in scope to those defined herein in a public or private
institution. Internship does not count towards the required
experience. 2. Possess and maintain while providing services to
CDCR a current and valid Medical Assistant Certificate from an
agency approved by the Department of Consumer Affairs, Medical
Board of California, to practice as a Medical Assistant. 3. Possess
Current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification from an American
Heart Association Provider or American Red Cross (with AED); 4.
Possess documentation of completion of a competency validation
process meeting the requirements of Title 22, Section 70016 prior
to performing the duties required by the CDCR. 5. Any
Temporary/Relief Medical Assistants providing services through this
Agreement must be proficient in the English language and be able to
communicate effectively with the CDCR/CCHCS. All Temporary/Relief
Psychiatric Technicians must be able to speak, understand oral and
written communication and write effectively in the English
language. Any Temporary/Relief Medical Assistant who fails to meet
the minimum qualifications shall not be permitted to perform
services. Service Delivery Requirements Under the licensure of a
Physician and Surgeon, or Podiatrist, and under assigned
administrative supervision at a correctional Institution/Facility,
the Temporary Relief Medical Assistant shall provide services as
permitted within the scope of practice for a Medical Assistant in
accordance with the Institution---s policies and procedures. The
Temporary/Relief Medical Assistant will perform a variety of
administrative and clinical duties, which includes procedures as
regulated by certification such as, but not limited to, the
following: a. Administer basic life support in emergency situations
to patient/youth and staff; b. Use medical equipment safely; c.
Administer intradermal,subcutaneous, and intramuscular injections
and skin tests; d. Administer eye/ear washes; e. Administer
prescribed medications topically, sublingually, and orally; f.
Administer basic breathing treatments; g. Remove casts, splints,
sutures, and other external devices; h. Change simple dressing; i.
Collect blood via capillary and venipuncture techniques; j. Collect
lab specimens using appropriate collection equipment; label
specimens appropriately for evaluation k. Measure vital signs; I.
Administer basic vision tests when indicated; m. Conduct Clinical
Laboratory Improvement Amendments-waived point of care testing for
the purpose of determining a patient/youth's physical condition; n.
Demonstrate the use of healthcare appliances (i.e., canes,
crutches, braces); o. Attend to the physical needs of patient/youth
inorder to ensure comfort; p. Perform therapeutic interventions in
order to assist patient/youth in regaining or improve
physical/behavior adaptive skills; q. Explain treatment procedures
and medical instructions; communicate with patient/youth and staff
in order to gather information necessary for completing job duties;
provide effective communication to patient/youth with disabilities;
r. Identify patient/youth with disabilities in order to ensure
reasonable accommodations are provided; s. Care for
patents'/youths' personal property in order to ensure safe storage
until it is returned; t. Assist and follow provider orders during
medical exams and treatments; u. Interview patient/youth to obtain
medical information in order to inform provider; prepare
patient/youth for medical examinations; escort patient/youth to the
exam room from the waiting area with and without the assistance of
correctional officers; v. Observe, document and report clinical
symptoms and behavior; record medical history; i.e., test results,
vitals, in the health record; prepare exam rooms; w. Maintain
confidentiality when dealing with medical information; x. Practice
universal precautions in order to maintain infection controls; y.
Identify and report possible security breaches that could lead to
escape; identify and report behavior that may signal an impending
incident; and z. Schedule patient/youth; inventory medical clinic
and office supplies; and assist staff in the counting,
distribution, and accounting for all utensils to prevent their use
as weapons. Company Description Our Goal is to connect highly
qualified and trained professionals with our facility partners. But
most importantly, our goal is to provide our clients with the
highest caliber of talent that is available in regards to the
respective marketplace. When it comes to our job seekers, our goal
is to provide them with a rewarding position that allows them to
excel and fulfill their career goals.
Keywords: NCW Staffing Inc., Delano , Medical Assistant, Healthcare , Delano, California
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