Clinical assistant assisting a physician at CEENTA

Being a part of CEENTA means being a part of a community-wide outreach for better living. No matter what role you have, it is an important piece of that goal. Today, the career spotlight for CEENTA is: Clinical Assistant.

What is a clinical assistant?

A clinical assistant, as the title implies, assists doctors and staff in a medical clinic, hospital, or clinical trials program. They are one of the first staff members a patient may come across during an appointment.

What does a clinical assistant do?

As a part of their role, clinical assistants at CEENTA have multi-faceted duties, including:

  • Screening patients, including vital signs
  • Answering phone inquiries from patients, including screening calls for urgency
  • Assisting physicians with in-office procedures
  • Maintains supply inventory
  • Explaining treatments and/or procedures and providing educational information to patients and their families
  • And more

What are the job requirements for a CEENTA clinical assistant?

A clinical assistant must have at minimum their high school diploma or GED. In addition, they need to have at least one year of experience related to their job responsibilities.

Who would be a good fit for a clinical assistant job?

At CEENTA, we look for the best candidates who can help our goal of community health. Our clinical assistants collaborate with and provide administrative and clinical support to the provider to ensure the best possible patient experience. They understand the terminology used during patient screening, and testing, and can communicate effectively with patients and physicians on the phone and in person. Above all else, CEENTA clinical assistants are passionate about helping patients reach the solutions they need to be happy and healthy.

How do I become a clinical assistant at CEENTA?

Start your clinical assistant career with CEENTA! Explore our Careers page for more information about CEENTA positions, benefits, and applications for open positions today.

 


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