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A Medical Assistant helps prepare a patient for examination by a physician. They will perform basic vital functions, weight measurements, height measurements, room a patient, and assist the patient until a physician is ready for them. Medical Assistants are also responsible for office duties. They will receive office phone calls, work on the office schedule, organize and file documents, data entry, and more. Sometimes a medical assistant will be asked to travel between locations if the physicians they work under have multiple offices.
A successful Medical Assistant will be skilled in many areas of patient care and administrative duties. They will be able to handle stressful situations and strive under pressure. Having excellent judgment is also key, as many unknown scenarios may take place in a medical facility, the medical assistants must be able to make great decisions. Many medical assistants will have to work without supervision and must be able to thrive in that environment. They also must have a passion for healthcare and the well-being of their patients. Being able to understand the office is a team environment and all moving pieces are working together will help a medical assistant thrive at their position.
A Medical Assistant interview will be a challenge and all candidates need to prepare thoroughly. As a candidate for this position, you may be interviewed by multiple people throughout the office. You must be comfortable speaking to Doctors. Being confident in yourself and in your past work is key. Demonstrate to the interviewer how you have excelled in multiple positions working without supervision and that you are able to take initiative when you notice a task needs to be completed. The interviewer will most likely ask you several scenario questions on how you have performed under stressful and tough patient situations. They will test your composure and your ability to stay positive no matter how dire the circumstances are. Be sure to highlight your credentials and all the administrative duties you have completed in the past.