Medical Assistant (CMA/RMA) – Idaho Boise, ID

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The Family Medicine Residency of Idaho is currently recruiting for Medical Assistants to join our team at our Idaho St. Clinic located in downtown Boise.MissionOur Mission is to train outstanding broad spectrum family medicine physicians while serving vulnerable populations of Idaho with high quality, affordable care, provided in a collaborative work environment. As one of the first 11 Teaching Health Centers in US, our broad spectrum capabilities combined with our people centered approach to care allow us to help people live their best lives.ValuesIntegrity – Doing the right thing even when no one is watching.Compassion – Affording empathy, dignity and kindness to others.Accountability – Standing beside our mistakes as well as our achievements.Respect – Honoring others for their diversity, perspectives, skills and abilities.Excellence – Performing with competence, courtesy and professionalism.PurposeThe Medical Assistant (MA) is an important team member supporting the Nursing department, which is essential for achieving the dual mission of FMRI. The Medical Assistant (MA) shall be accountable for 1) providing excellent direct patient care alongside our providers, 2) supporting the Patient Centered Medical Home model of care and 3) maintaining accurate and complete documentation within the patient’s medical record.The Medical Assistant (MA) works closely with providers and other team members as well as team members from the Reception, Referral Coordination, Messaging Center, Care Management and Business Office departments.Benefit InformationEmployees receive a comprehensive benefits package including health, dental, voluntary vision and life insurances, short and long term disability benefits, paid holidays and Personal Leave, 403(B) retirement with company match, an employee assistance program and more!EducationCompletion of an accredited Medical Assistant training program.ExperienceEntry level; previous medical assistant experience preferred.Previous experience in a primary care clinic / outpatient setting preferred.Licensure / CertificationCurrently certified by American Medical Technologists, American Association of Medical Assistants, American Registry of Medical Assistants, or other accredited certifying organization.Other:Our organization is a tobacco-free workplace; qualified applicants must complete a tobacco / nicotine free attestation prior to employment.Our organization follows the CDC recommendation for healthcare professional immunizations including an annual influenza vaccine for all staff. Exemptions may be granted for medical reasons given appropriate documentation.Preferred Knowledge, Skills and AbilitiesBilingual ability and/ or qualified medical interpreters preferred.Must have strong customer service and interpersonal skills,The ability to collaborate with other health care providers in the provision of patient careAbility to multitask in a busy environment.Basic computer competency skillsPersonal time management skillsStrong detail orientationShow more

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