Medical Assistant Hlth Office

Nicklaus Children's Hospital

Job Description

***This Position is Full-time Day Shift

Provides healthcare services to employees and volunteers to ensure fit for duty, optimally immunized, and trained to properly utilize personal protective equipment. Responsible for registration process of employees and volunteers.

Minimum Job Requirements

2 years of Medical Assistant experience.

2 years of experience in a clinical office setting.

Certification as a Medical Assistant.

CPR: Healthcare Provider


Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Assists the ARNP in performing clinical duties such as Drug screenings, phlebotomy, TB skin test, immunizations & N-95 fit testing plus any other duty requested by the ARNP

Handles incoming calls, takes messages, schedules appointments, and register patients in PEDS system according to department guidelines.

Completes and collects financial and payroll deduction forms. Maintains accurate records for the hospital cashier.

Oversees the completion of official Employee Injury Reports. Secures initial medical evaluation in the EHO or ER as needed.

Monitors inventory of office supplies and medications to order and re-stock office as needed.

Retrieves, opens, and dates mail, responding to requests for records by email, fax, or letter.

Enters data into STIX/Agility and runs selected reports for leaders

Performs messenger services including transportation of laboratory specimens, pick up of clinical supplies & pharmacy items in an effective & efficient manner.

Responsible for registration process of employees and volunteers.

Coordinate and oversees all employee communications with ARNP(s) including pertinent messages and documents that need to be completed. Prioritize communications according to clinical risk.

Complies with applicable governmental regulations such as HIPAA (Health Information Portability and Accountability Act of 1996).

Greets staff in person or on the telephone displaying excellent customer skills and responds to questions and/or problems, keeping open lines of communication.

Scans all documents in the appropriate folder in the Care Cloud system.

Assists the Leave of Absence/WC Coord by obtaining employee information for leaves, providing forms, and filing.


Bilingual English/Spanish preferred

Able to relate cooperatively and constructively with clients, families and co-workers.

Proficient in use of computers & printers.

Ability to learn appropriate software applications including MS Word, Excel and data management.

Ability to communicate effectively in English both verbally in writing.



Job: Nursing- Support (Clinical)

Primary Location: Florida-Miami-Nicklaus Children's Hospital - Main Hospital Campus

Department: MCHS Employee Health

Job Status: Full Time