Take the next step in your healthcare career.
Are you motivated by high quality patient care?
Do you thrive in a busy clinical setting?
Ortho On Call, part of OrthoVirginia- the largest provider of expert orthopedic and therapy care, is currently seeking a full-time, experienced Medical Assistants to join our team at our outpatient urgent care clinics throughout the Richmond, Virginia area.
Full Time Schedule – No Late Nights
Competitive compensation ranging from $17.50 to $26.00, commensurate with experience.
Shift Differential Available for evening and weekend hours.
Our clinical locations:
Westchester Ortho On Call | 15564 Westchester Commons Way, Midlothian, VA 23113
Short Pump Ortho On Call | 12216 West Broad Street, Henrico VA 23233
Westbury Ortho On Call | 8901 D Three Chopt Road, Richmond, VA 23229
Hanover Ortho On Call | 9369 Atlee Road, Mechanicsville, VA 23116
High school diploma or equivalent Required
1+ year of experience in a medical facility working as a medical assistant or comparable clinical/patient-facing role Preferred
CCMA, CMA, RMA or ROT Preferred
OrthoVirginia Offers a collaborative, team-oriented work environment with our outstanding employment benefits:
excellent medical, dental, and vision benefits
paid time off (PTO)
a generous 401k incentive plan
short-term and long-term disability insurance, life insurance, and a company-wide wellness program.
As part of our orthopedic team, Medical Assistants will interact with patients and perform various clinical/nonclinical functions as directed by the provider while following HIPAA and OSHA guidelines.
Primary Functions & Accountabilities
Patient intake to include medical/surgical history, medication and allergy review as well as height, weight and blood pressure.
Perform clinical functions such as suture or staple removal, cast removal, dressing care or injections preparation.
Schedule diagnostic test and follow up appointments.
Surgery scheduling to include pre-operative clearance and testing coordination.
Order entry via electronic medical record as directed by provider.
Application of durable medical equipment.
Respond to patient communication under direction of provider.
Follow HIPAA and OSHA guidelines at all times.