We’re working on a project for MA Recognition Week to spread awareness about what an MA does. Please watch this video explaining the project and see how YOU can make it happen.
*Send videos to 417-599-6424 by Monday, Sept. 9th.
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Below are some examples of what to write on your white paper. Feel free to make up your own “I…” statements as well.
- I schedule appointments.
- I perform EKGs.
- I do vision screenings.
- I do hearing tests.
- I work with insurance.
- I remove staples and stitches.
- I call (or fax) prescriptions to pharmacies.
- I change dressings.
- I take care of patient registration.
- I prepare the patient for the doctor (or nurse practitioner).
- I check vital signs.
- I clean medical instruments.
- I maintain electronic medical records.
- I handle the mail that comes in and out of the office.
- I manage referrals.
- I check the patient’s height and weight.
- I assist with X-ray procedures.
- I do lab procedures.
- I draw blood.
- I pack and ship blood samples.
- I answer phone calls.
- I give shots.
- I give patients medication.
- I maintain patient records.
- I log a patient’s medical history.
- I take blood pressure and pulse.
- I explain tests and procedures to patients.
- I order office and medical supplies.
- I order medications.
- I schedule surgeries.
- I keep the doctor’s office running smoothly.
- I assist the provider with office procedures.
- I smile and greet patients with a positive attitude.
- I calm patients when they’re upset.
- I make a patient feel relaxed.
- I know my patients on a personal level.
- I help people feel better.
- I can turn a patient’s bad day into a good day.
- I am the first face patients see.
- I teach patients how to stay healthy.
- I teach patients how to care for themselves at home.
- I know my patients by name.
- I see patients as people, not just patients.
- I provide emotional support.
- I help put patients at ease.
- I build relationships with patients.
- I take time to listen to my patients.
- I comfort patients when they’re nervous.