Medical Office Assistant
Do you have passion for providing quality compassionate care to a challenging and rewarding role as an MOA? Are you enthusiastic about making a difference in the Mission community by supporting local health care? Are you an MOA wanting to work in a team-based care model? If you answered yes to these questions, we want you to continue reading.
Job Title: Medical Office Assistant (MOA)
Geographic Location: Mission Community Health Centre, British Columbia
Expected Start Date: July 19th, 2021
Job Type: Part-Time/ Full-Time, Temporary | Monday to Thursday 8:30am-4pm (some flexibility required)
The Mission Division of Family Practice acknowledges that we live and work on the unceded, traditional, and ancestral territories of the Stó:lō People, particularly the Sq’ewelts, Matsqui, Kwantlen, and Leq'á:mel Peoples.
About the Organization:
The Mission Division of Family Practice is looking for someone who is able to work collaboratively, has a great attitude, is self-directed, passionate about helping others in the healthcare sector, enthusiastic to work in a passionate fun and supportive culture, has flexibility in their work schedule, and has a ‘get-the job-done-attitude’. To learn more about the Mission Division of Family Practice, please refer to our website at divisionsbc.ca/mission
- Supports both the Mission Primary Care Clinic and the Mission Maternity Clinic’s overall efforts
- Telephone triage, schedule and confirm medical appointments, greet patients with current COVID-19 protocols, receive and communicate messages
- Use EMR software, and other computer applications to book appointments or prepare reports, invoices, financial statements, letters, case histories, and medical records
- Ask patient questions in order to complete intake forms or other documents. Help patient’s complete health history forms
- Operate office equipment. This includes voice mail messaging systems, photocopies, fax machines, and document scanners as well as keep examination areas clean, orderly, and stocked with supplies
- Completing referrals, blood pressure, and vitals
- Urinalysis, pregnancy testing, spirometry, glucose monitoring
- Immunization management and ordering
- Take adequate medical history and medication list
- May supervise and train other staff in procedures and in use of current software.
- General High School Admissions Requirement
- MOA Certificate from an accredited educational institution or 3-year experience as an MOA
- Must be legally entitled to work in Canada
- Minimum typing speed of 40 WPM
- The ability to maintain patient confidentiality
- The ability to deal effectively with difficult behaviours
How to Apply:
Please email your Resume and Cover Letter to Cristina Rouillier (email@example.com).