Mercy Health Medical Office Assistant Union PRN in Toledo, Ohio

Medical Office Assistant Union PRN

Job ID: 4632801

Updated: September 28, 2016

Geographic Location: Toledo

Location: Toledo, OH, United States

Department: Hematology Oncology

Full/Part Time: PRN

Shift: Days

Standard Hours: 0

Job Summary

Location: Mercy St. Anne's

Under the general direction of the physician, assists with the processing of patients in an ambulatory/office setting including diagnostic procedures. Responsible for general clinical and clerical duties associated with direct and indirect patient care. Reports to the Office Manager, Supervisor, Physician, and/or R.N. Provides care to pediatric, adult and geriatric patients.


Must be a graduate of an approved Medical Assistant program, or a Licensed Practical Nurse, or have a minimum of 5 years practical experience working as a Medical Assistant. Current certification or licensure required. If not currently certified/registered must obtain within six (6) months of employment.

Two years of previous experience in a physician’s office or ambulatory care setting preferred.

Must possess current CPR certification.

Must possess strong interpersonal and communication skills in order to interact effectively with patients, families, physicians and other personnel. Must demonstrate sensitivity to the patient care situation.

Must possess ability to adjust to varying work levels in order to complete multiple tasks based on department’s daily needs.

Working knowledge of Microsoft office or equivalent.


Hours per Pay Period: 0

8:30am - 4:30pm

Start and stop times vary depending on patient schedule and department needs. Occasional weekends, no holidays, flexible start/stope times.

Shift and Job Schedule

Shift: 1st., Job Schedule: Contingent

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