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We offer an optimistic, high-energy atmosphere of learning and growth. We are personified by associates who are dedicated to:

Connectedness – Engagement with clients and co-workers
Accountability – Delivering results, owning outcomes, working with a sense of urgency
Generosity – Willingness to share time, talents, and resources
Wellness – Pursuit of full potential – physical, intellectual, emotional and financial

Administrative Medical Assistant

Job Title
Administrative Medical Assistant
Columbus,  OH
Other Location

Administrative Medical Assistants work for specific physicians on teams of two or three to coordinate all patient care.  Expect to spend 60-70% of the time on administrative duties and 30-40% on clinical duties. Responsible for coordinating physician schedules and facilitating patient flow.

This is a well-established, busy practice. Physicians are demanding with heavy patient volume. You must be able to maintain a fast pace, interact professionally with different personalities, and multi-task.  This position requires the ability to stop and start a task, prioritize workload and always put the patient first.



·         Educate patients and answer questions regarding treatment plan including answering and returning phone calls in a timely fashion

·         Assist patients during appointments including accompanying to exam room, dressing changes, taking vitals and patient history, and retrieving images

·         Prepare for procedures such as suture removal, injections or removal of casts/splints

·         Maintain orderly and well-stocked exam rooms and manage inventory of supplies

·         Prepare for next day’s appointments by organizing lab or test results and/or referrals

·         Coordinate with physician to ensure timely and correct submission of all office charges


·         Schedule patient appointments for pre-admission testing and/or rehab

·         Coordinate all surgery paperwork such as insurance pre-authorizations, paperwork for surgery center/hospital, and consent forms.

·         Administrate patient forms including disability, BWC, and return to work paperwork.

·         Work with the physician and billing team to ensure surgery charges are submitted in a timely fashion.


·         Medical Assistant or Certified Medical Assistant strongly preferred

·         Experience in a physician office setting, preferably orthopedic or surgical specialty

·         Strong organizational and administrative skills


·         Comprehensive benefits

·         Monday through Friday schedule

·         Competitive wages


Required Skills

Medical Office Experience
Administrative skills to include phone, scheduling and organizational.
Medical Assisting training
Desire to work as part of a team
Phlebotomy skills

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