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Looking for a Medical Assistant Job

If you have a passion for medicine, are very energetic and think you would enjoy working with pediatrics, this job may be for you.

You will learn to be proficient in electronic medical records. Phlebotomy & specimen collection, proper triage & medical scribing, assist with sutures and procedures, proper handling & storage of vaccines & other medical supplies. Proper handling of state of the art medical devices as well as organizing medical data for review and interpretation.

Experienced preferred.

Email: CL@tovhealth.org

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