Ambulatory Care Assistant
The Ambulatory Care Assistants (ACA’s) work in our outpatient clinic setting. This role functions within the scope of practice of a Medical Assistant in our Outpatient Medical Oncology unit. We are seeking individuals who possess the skills and knowledge necessary to deliver specific patient care services to selected patients at the direction of and under the supervision of a Registered Nurse in an outpatient setting. The ACA actively supports the efforts of the healthcare team through the delivery of services in a prompt, accurate and courteous manner. The ideal candidate must have knowledge of procedures and techniques in providing routine outpatient/ambulatory patient care.
Minimum Education and Skills Required for Consideration:
- High School Graduate or equivalent.
- Successful completion of a Medical Assistant Program (Medical Assistant Certification/Diploma)
- American Heart Association BLS (Basic Life Support for Health Care Providers) Certification
Salary range: $14.95 to $22.43
About City of Hope
City of Hope, an innovative biomedical research, treatment and educational institution with over 4000 employees, is dedicated to the prevention and cure of cancer and other life-threatening diseases and guided by a compassionate, patient-centered philosophy. Founded in 1913 and headquartered in Duarte, California, City of Hope is a remarkable non-profit institution, where compassion and advanced care go hand-in-hand with excellence in clinical and scientific research. City of Hope is a National Cancer Institute designated Comprehensive Cancer Center and a founding member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network, an alliance of the nation’s 20 leading cancer centers that develops and institutes standards of care for cancer treatment.
City of Hope is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color national origin, sex, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with disability.
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