Top Health Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Health Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Health Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 7.7% of Health Assistant resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Health Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Health Assistant resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Developed and maintain excellent customer relations with daily face-to-face interactions and assisting in client education on animal/patient care.
  • Demonstrated basic patient care techniques and implementing appropriate documentation and maintenance of center environment.
  • Offered positive patient care and contributed to a positive working environment.
  • Provided patient care by administering enemas, douches, nostril dressings, surgical preps, ice packs, and therapeutic baths.
  • Documented factual patient care according to policies and procedures, establish and maintain a safe therapeutic environment for the patients
  • Provided basic patient care under direction of nursing staff of NC Department of Correction Inmates.
  • Work closely with management in making executive decisions regarding patient care and staff related issues.
  • Greet, instruct and direct patients by describing and interpreting patient care procedures and policies.
  • Direct patient care, such as helping with activities of daily living, maintaining safety.
  • Investigated and reported issues relating to patient care or conditions that might hinder patient safety.
  • Take vitals to patients Be informed about the health of each patient Total patient care
  • Achieved department goals and object by instituting new processes and standards for in-patient care.
  • Provide direct patient care, conducting orientation with patients upon admission to inpatient unit.
  • Assist Nurse Practitioner in ensuring optimal patient care and smooth daily functioning of office.
  • Coordinate with medical staff to ensure the quality and continuity of patient care.
  • Administered Medication to inmates as well as patient care.
  • Direct patient care by supporting activities of daily living.
  • Serve administrative duties, as well as patient care.
  • Work collaboratively in the implementation of patient care plans.
  • Provide patient care service to patients with addictions.

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2. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Interviewed patient, took vital signs and completed documentation accurately.
  • Perform basic monitoring of student vital signs, administer medication.
  • Documented vital signs on patient charts for fifteen (15) to twenty (20) patients on a daily basis.
  • Job title includes assisting patients with medical issues, independent living skills, collecting medical documents and vital signs.
  • Performed basic therapeutic care and first aid, obtained vital signs and assisted in daily living of population served.
  • Take vital signs such as temperature, pulse and respiration, administer medication as well as emergency medication.
  • Pass medications, perform vital signs, stock and order medication, Documentation of medication and patient care.
  • Assist physicians in retrieving relevant clinical data on patients ranging from present vital signs to past medical history.
  • Take and record patient's vital signs, including temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure.
  • Assess patient's vital signs and maintain documentation every 15 minutes to ensure patient's well-being.
  • Assisted patients with A.M. care, take vital signs, prep for procedures, draw blood.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, height, and weight.
  • Maintained accurate records of patient care, check vital signs height, weight and temp.
  • Provided intake of participants' vital signs to confirm ability to use facility that day.
  • Handled patient processing with vital signs, administered injections followed by the doctor s orders.
  • Obtain patient health history, laboratory specimens, vital signs and administers TB skin tests.
  • Utilized various medical tools and diagnostic tools to check vital signs and blood pressure.
  • Obtain vital signs and do basic assessments on all students who enter the office.
  • Performed and recorded vital signs, hearing, vision and developmental test screenings.
  • Assume care of basic needs, take vital signs and conduct daily reports.

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3. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Project management facilitating the retention schedule of medical records and other health information management projects due to new legislative compliance regulations.
  • Verified insurance/authorizations, prepared worker's compensation claim forms and maintain confidential medical records for all hospital employees & contractors.
  • Perform general office tasks including answering telephones, scheduling appointments, and maintaining patient medical records.
  • Reviewed immunization records, student's medical records, dispensed medication to asthmatics and diabetics.
  • Faxed medical records after receiving completed release of information requests in accordance with HIPAA guidelines.
  • Involved with Medical Staff to improve clinical documentation of medical records.
  • Produce medical reports by extraction of information from medical records.
  • Scan documentation into Electronic Medical Records in appropriate designated order.
  • Annotate Computerized Medical Records of patient triage information.
  • Maintain patient medical records according to regulation.
  • Maintained confidential information regards medical records.
  • Verify medical records and insurance.
  • Answer and direct phone calls, filing of medical records, scanning of medical records in electronic medical records program.
  • Performed administrative duties: schedule appointments, handle sensitive medical records, stocking prescriptions, and clinic closing procedures.
  • Scheduled appointments, verified insurance, reviewed medical records, and educated patients about services provided at the clinic.
  • Implemented a system for maintaining accurate medical records and register logs, statistical records, and other documents.
  • Prepared medical records and X-ray records for proper medical files insuring proper information is recorded on each file.
  • Collected member information, requested medical records, scheduled appointments, and accompanied the VHN on home visits.
  • Transported medications, medical records, became responsible for performing all the vitals for 68 children on campus.
  • Acted as a liaison between medical assistants, front desk, medical records, and the pharmacy.

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4. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Prepare credentialing documentation for physicians, allied health care professionals and paraprofessionals IAW applicable directives, regulations, and policies.
  • Communicate vital information with assorted levels of health care providers within various departments.
  • Performed specialized health care procedures.
  • Utilize a working knowledge of the requirements needed for different specialty boards in order to credentials and/or privilege health care professionals.
  • Compiled sensitive health care test results for parental notification of health, dental and vision screenings for treatments and further recommendations.
  • Interact and assist employees and their families with the services that allow us to help individuals make better health care decisions.
  • Respond to telephone inquiries and conduct extensive phone follow-up with clients, case managers, and other health care providers.
  • Identify errors in claims processing through insurance and work alongside health care companies and providers to resolve issues for members.
  • Work cooperatively as part of a team to achieve the goals and objectives of the health care targets of team.
  • Assist providers with patient care by anticipating and responding to patient needs and requests of the health care team.
  • Follow procedures, as assigned, on the Health Care Plan of students with special health needs, e.g.
  • Assisted 6 nurses with basic health care tasks to improve clinic nurse efficiency for patient care by 20%.
  • Administered first aid to students in compliance with district policy and procedures to meet immediate health care needs.
  • Assisted the Health Services staff with the implementation of health care related services for the Head Start program.
  • Gather immunization history from parents, physicians and health care facilities and record on student's health record.
  • Marketed and scheduled preventive health care screenings for Medicaid recipients from the ages of birth through eighteen.
  • Complete required documentation and submitting it to the health care team in a timely and accurate manner.
  • Provide specialized health care procedures as needed for students in the classroom and other school areas.
  • Promote, maintain and restore health care to the student population of collier county school system.
  • Delivered basic health care screening services and assisted the nurse in health data collection and management.

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5. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Provided a clean, sanitary, and safe environment for animals during their stay at the vet clinic.
  • Maintained health room and work area to ensure there was adequate supplies and a sanitary and safe environment.
  • Performed clerical duties, order and stock supplies, assist in maintaining a clean and safe environment.
  • Assisted patients in daily activities, provided a safe environment for the patients.
  • Make sure the kids are in a safe environment.
  • Maintain safe environment for both patients and staff.
  • Maintained a clean healthy and safe environment.

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6. Emergency Care

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Here's how Emergency Care is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Provided exceptional and emergency care to inmates in a secure environment.
  • Prioritize and delivers first aid, health care, and emergency care to students, staff and faculty.
  • Performed basic first aid and emergency care for students and staff.
  • Provided emergency care if needed.
  • Maintained student health records * Provided first aid and emergency care * Performed medical procedures according to established guidelines
  • Facilitate access for clinical case management staff, non-emergency care and emergency care request.

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7. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Perform data entry and clinical record management for information obtained from call information.
  • Maintained student records including attendance & personal information data entry into SASI program.
  • Assist with follow-up of employee variance reports (data entry, assess employee and referral of ill or injured employee).
  • Perform a variety of clerical duties such as typing, data entry, filing, answering phones, and Medi-Cal billing.
  • Performed data entry of ER and clinic visits, requiring extensive knowledge of medical terminology, ICD-9 and CPT codes.
  • Perform general office tasks as assigned, e.g., photocopying, faxing, data entry, and other clerical tasks.
  • Provide first aid to school age children, record keeping, input data entry, Dispense medications to students.
  • Assist the chiropractor; Secretarial work such as filing, answering phones, making appointments, and data entry
  • Performed data entry for customers and staff (money transactions, scheduling, services, etc)
  • Maintained and managed a large caseload, updated client files through data entry and documentation.
  • Answered telephones, conducted data entry and directed parents and visitors in the right direction.
  • Process lifestyle counseling data entry for social workers for each client that is provided service.
  • Prepared patient information for the Health Center by ensuring accurate data entry/filing of health records.
  • Handled incoming calls, scheduled appointments, and data entry on new patient referrals.
  • Thin resident's charts when needed as well as record keeping and data entry.
  • Performed clerical duties, such word processing, data entry, answering phones.
  • Complete the data entry necessary to complete the Health Card application process.
  • Record keeping, data entry, filing, copying, and emailing.
  • Performed data entry and faxed, filed, and photocopied confidential documents.
  • Transcribe doctor's orders, computer data entry, and fax information.

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8. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Administered fax request process for Prior Authorization and Retro-Authorization of outpatient Mental Health services.
  • Provided an entry point for health care and mental health services for Palm Beach County residents.
  • Utilized my experience in mental health services to help persons served achieve increased wellness.
  • Worked directly with Director of Admissions of this large, publicly-traded provider of mental health services and baker act hospital.
  • Prepared demographic maps of existing mental health services and facilities to determine need for new mental health programs.
  • Authorize mental health services and participate in clinical discussions; including care conferences and person centered planning.

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9. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Improved department's visibility and increased corporate relations by overseeing high quality customer service to corporate clients.
  • Provided non-judgmental and medically accurate customer service, counseling and education to patients.
  • Assisted in the promotion and coordination of educational, marketing, research, customer service and public relations programs.
  • Answered phones, booked appointments, paid bills, stocked shelves, sold products and did customer service.
  • Provided customer service to all clients, answered phones, and scheduled appointments.
  • Provide customer service in reception, greet and direct visitors at the site.
  • Help in office when necessary answering phones and customer service.
  • Operated switchboard, provided customer service as needed.
  • Transferred claims and billings questions to customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service while checking in patients.
  • Provide customer services to parents and students.
  • Funded disbursements and other customer service accounting actions * Established more efficient mail system and records retention
  • Provided the best customer service posible at all times.
  • Schedule appointments, customer service Process insurance and billing Complete payment transactions Balance cash drawer

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10. Scheduling Appointments

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Here's how Scheduling Appointments is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Check patients in and out, which included verifying Medicaid eligibility, collecting payment, and scheduling appointments.
  • Carried out personal assistant duties such as scheduling appointments, internet research, correspondence and shopping.
  • Obtained office skills including using filing, scheduling appointments, and answering phones.
  • Greeted patients upon entering facility Responsible for answering phone calls and scheduling appointments.
  • Provided back up secretary duties (typing, scheduling appointments, data entry and filing).
  • Help in counseling department, filing papers and charts, typing, answering phone, scheduling appointments and using RPMS.

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11. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted the Physician and Nurses with obtaining patient vitals including EKG, PFT, blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
  • Take and measure student's physical condition, using devices such as thermometers, and blood pressure gauges.
  • Perform screenings such as hearing, vision, developmental, blood pressures, height and weight.
  • Perform basic diagnostic procedures, such as blood pressure screening, or communicative disease screening.
  • Perform and assist with sensory screenings such as hearing/vision exams and blood pressure checks.
  • Performed and recorded vitals - weight, height, blood pressure, and pulse.
  • Recorded patient blood pressure, body temperature, and weight, recorded patient measurement.
  • Check patients' pulse, blood pressure, temperature, and respiration.
  • Administered vitals; blood pressure, pulse, temperature.
  • Performed blood pressure and hearing and vision screening.
  • Performed biometric assessments (blood pressure, body composition, height/weight, chest, waist and hip measurements).
  • Monitored Patient, Transported Clients, Diaper Changing, Cooking Med passing, Provided Blood Pressure Duties, Wheelchair Assistant
  • Perform lab work, including venipuncture, blood pressure, hemoglobin, weight and height.

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12. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Follow the State/District Policies in performing 1stAide/CPR procedures for injured/ill students.
  • Maintain annual CPR/AED/First Aid certification, diabetes/seizure/allergy training.
  • Follow accredited First Aid and CPR procedures and utilize appropriate skills to respond effectively in emergencies.
  • Assist the school nurse carrying out the basics supervision CPR, first aid, administer medication.
  • 21801Received training for Certified Nursing Assistant and Geriatric Nursing Assistant with First Aid and CPR certification
  • Certified in CPR, Blood Borne Pathogens, Medication Management and North Carolina Intervention strategies.
  • Increased my skill development by becoming a NASM Personal Trainer and CPR/First Aid certified.
  • Coordinated events such as CPR and First Aid Training for employees with outside vendors.
  • Certified First Aid, CPR/AED, Certified in Medical Terminology, Certified Nurse Aid
  • Obtain and keep current Adult and Pediatric CPR and First Aid certifications.
  • Handled all medical emergencies, CPR and 1st aid certified.
  • Provided first aid, CPR, and minor injury care.
  • Provide first aide or CPR to students as needed.
  • Administered CPR and other emergency procedures, as needed.
  • Perform CPR according to established guidelines and procedures.
  • Administered first aid, and CPR/AED when necessary.
  • Administer prescribed medication and CPR when needed.
  • Provided CPR instruction to high school students.
  • Certified CPR & First Aid trained.
  • Certified in Adult and Infant CPR/AED.

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13. Health Office

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Here's how Health Office is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Assist with clerical duties such as answering phone, distributing mail, ordering office supplied for the Health Office.
  • Assisted site nurse and health office manager at a summer camp in the upkeep of the health office.
  • Served as first point of contact for students, parents and staff entering the school health office.
  • Set up the health office and make sure all necessary information is entered into the medical database.
  • Inform Parents of all Health Room Visits by phone call or a Health Office Visit Letter.
  • Fill in for absent health assistance, registering students in the Health Office electronic records.
  • Worked in health office with student population of 860 with a large Special Education department.
  • Enter relevant data into Infinite Campus database for every student visit to the health office.
  • Communicate with teachers and other school personnel regarding students seen in the health office.
  • Assist School Registered Nurse with operation of the health office during school hours.
  • Provide Triage for Students in Health Office and Monthly Medication Count.
  • Maintain the clerical and administrative functions of the Behavioral Health Office.
  • Assist certified school nurses and health aides in school health offices.
  • Manage elementary school health office for 500 students, 50 staff.
  • Managed incoming and outgoing calls for a busy health office.
  • Maintain inventory and supplies for health offices for multiple schools.
  • Managed the health office when the nurse worked another school.
  • Maintain accurate Health Office records and secure storage of medication.
  • Maintain health office, order supplies, maintain equipment.
  • Maintain accurate Health Office records for over 100 students.

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14. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Accepted incoming phone calls; provider offices and/or doctors' office professionals, would call in to acquire authorizations for surgeries.
  • Schedule appointments; Sign patients in upon arrival; Answer and direct phone calls; File patient charts.
  • Respond to telephone calls and promote good community relations with students, parents, community and staff.
  • Answer phones and make phone calls to and from parents regarding students who are ill or absent.
  • Coordinated all office activities including phone calls, greeting visitors, family interactions and substitute teaching.
  • Answer phone calls, schedule appointments, and send requests to the NP for refills.
  • Assisted in directing phone calls to secretaries, nurse's line, and appointment scheduling.
  • Answered a multiple line telephone, made calls to and received phone calls form patients.
  • Enter monthly labs, make daily phone calls on members hospitalizations and missed treatments.
  • Field phone consultations and telephone calls related to patients including occupational health clients.
  • Assist with maintaining resources files and handling office phone calls.
  • Take incoming phone calls and left messages for EA programs.
  • Answered phone calls of the patients when they needed help.
  • Screen telephone calls from persons interested in residential services.
  • Record and relay messages and/or redirect telephone calls.
  • Answer, screen and forward phone calls.
  • Answered telephone calls and performed routine office duties Monitored the safety camera and checked for potential security risks
  • Answered telephone calls and responded accordingly .
  • Screened phone calls and making appointments for free mammogram referrals requests for uninsured or underinsured women.
  • Handled phone calls for members of Wellmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Iowa/South Dakota.

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15. Independent Living

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Here's how Independent Living is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Provide transportation if needed for personal or professional appointments to involve client in different community activities or personal activities for independent living
  • Performed outreach in-services in hospital and outpatient treatment facilities to educate consumers on independent living services, and community supports.
  • Monitor vitals, administer medication, provide nutritional guidance, assist with independent living needs and provide social/emotional support.
  • Counseled, and assisted eight residents diagnosed with developmental disabilities in learning skills for independent living.
  • Provide individuals with emotional support and instruction in areas such as independent living, and adaptation to disability or illness.
  • Assisted as well as supervised clients transitioning from various dependencies into independent living.

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16. RN

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Here's how RN is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Ensured all provisions of clinical services comply with governing regulations and include opportunities to receive community services to promote transitional skills.
  • Presented at the 2008 Canadian Radiation Protection Association annual meeting - Shielding Challenges Associated with Modern Radiotherapy Accelerators.
  • Received and answered correspondence from external sources that requested information regarding current and past credential actions.
  • Collaborated with government, nonprofits, employers and schools for successfully executed veteran events.
  • Prepare and type a variety of correspondence and replies concerning established administrative functions.
  • Scheduled participant appointments and provide telephone support for participant questions and concerns.
  • Church Recreational Coordinator, Faith Anointed Temple Coordinated softball and basketball tournaments.
  • Created and implemented ongoing maternal and early childhood nutrition education workshops.
  • Compiled and distributed agenda items for weekly internal project team meetings.
  • Monitored and recorded students' medical/health state overnight when in critical conditions
  • Enter collected data accurately and timely into the government database system.
  • Received extensive training in Medi-Cal and other government assistance programs.
  • Conducted literature review on maternal mortality due to pregnancy-related hypertension.
  • Maintained and distributed current literature concerning various programs to beneficiaries.
  • Documented and reviewed patient medical concerns and history.
  • Coordinate with external company representatives to process requests.
  • Managed in-field reporting for all project non-governmental organizations.
  • Provided supervision for patients with safety concerns.
  • Screened and enrolled clients into Covered California.
  • Develop and implement internal surveillance/auditing schedule.

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17. Birth Control

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Here's how Birth Control is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Provided the client with the best information possible regarding birth control and pregnancy in a non-judgmental, non-biased manner.
  • Educated patients regarding various birth control options, assisted clinician with minor procedures, patient vitals and charting.
  • Obtain patients vitals and counsel them on various birth control methods, sexually transmitted infections and pregnancy.
  • Provided client education regarding birth control methods, sexually transmitted diseases and treatment.
  • Maintained specialty records, ordered and received birth control methods with provided budget.
  • Educated clients about services and provided options counseling for pregnancy and birth control.
  • Counseled patients on birth control, STD prevention, and pregnancy options.
  • Provided adolescent, birth control, STD, gynecological and prenatal counseling.
  • Discussed different method's of birth control.
  • Performed pregnancy, STI, and birth control consults/ education, patient intakes, phlebotomy, front desk administration.
  • Performed intra-muscular injections on patients who wanted immunizations, birth control, or needed treatment.
  • Administer Intramuscular injections for patients whom choose Depo-Provera birth control, Gardasil or Twinrix vaccines
  • Obtained patient vital signs and complaints Educated patients on birth control options and sexually transmitted infections Drew blood and gave injections

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18. Immunization Records

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Here's how Immunization Records is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Assist in maintaining immunization records and enforcing registration requirements as required by New Mexico laws and regulations.
  • Reviewed immunization records and followed through with students who do not meet state mandated immunization requirements.
  • Updated patient information/immunization records in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Health Center
  • Verified immunization records and contacted parents for up-to-date records.
  • Maintained and recorded immunization records for all students enrolled.
  • Managed and processed student immunization records and files.
  • Maintained school health records including immunization records.
  • Verified all physical and immunization records.
  • Maintained cum and immunization records.
  • Apply pharmacology principles to prepare and administer medications maintain medication and immunization records, screen and follow -up on test results.
  • Conduct compliance review and track immunization records for incoming students from foreign countries and other US based schools.
  • Mandated reporter to Child Protective Services, update immunization records, inform parents of needed medical practices.
  • Audited and entered health and immunization records district wide when the program Health Master was implemented.
  • Input immunization records into database, updated health records and communicated health concerns to parents.
  • Managed all immunization records, student health cards, parent consents, & registration forms.
  • Document height and weight and interpret immunization records for all students entering middle school.
  • Performed Hearing, visions screenings and reviewed immunization records to ensure state compliance.
  • Follow up immunization records, medical appointments, and blood test results.
  • Keep and maintain student immunization records and health records up to date.
  • Maintain files and immunization records and kept them up-to-date and confidential.

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19. Health Screenings

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Here's how Health Screenings is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Conducted Mental Health Screenings on severely disabled individuals of all ages and disability groups.
  • Conducted health screenings and marketed chiropractic services.
  • Provide first aid, assist with medications, provide health care in- services, and assist with health screenings and documentation.
  • Managed and operated health fairs and health screenings for corporations resulting in corporation reduction of employee health related insurance costs.
  • Performed health screenings on all staff, as well as children and adolescents as they arrived to Spanish immersion camp.
  • Perform health screenings, such as vision, height, and weight, and follow up as needed.
  • Administered health screenings and exams, first aid and regular medications to campers and staff throughout each session.
  • Performed health screenings on inmates during sick call and provided treatment in accordance with medical protocols/treatment guidelines.
  • Conducted mandated health screenings, physicals and special education assessments in schools with a minimum of 200students.
  • Assist with communicable disease control and school-wide health screenings including scheduling, records, materials and supplies.
  • Conducted mandated health screenings, physicals and special education assessments in multiple schools with multiple students.
  • Compiled RN schedule each month to distribute to HR for the purpose of scheduling health screenings.
  • Maintained health documentation for student office visits, health screenings, and chronic illness caseload.
  • Conduct state-mandated health screenings, file state reports for vaccines and hearing/vision results.
  • Performed height, weight, blood pressure and vision health screenings.
  • Administer Flu Shots, Health Screenings, Counseling of results health screening
  • Maintained student health files and performed state mandated health screenings.
  • Maintained health screenings, immunization and enrollment records for children.
  • Supported the coordination of free health screenings for surrounding communities.
  • Conduct such health screenings as sight and hearing testing.

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20. Phlebotomy

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Here's how Phlebotomy is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Administered injections and performed phlebotomy for testing purposes.
  • Performed phlebotomy and routine laboratory tests.
  • Trained in Phlebotomy: administered injections, including but not limited to pneumonia, B12, insulin, immunizations, etc.
  • Controlled moderate to complex lab testing, performed phlebotomy, and also gave injections.
  • Perform, or assist in the performance of routine laboratory tests including phlebotomy.
  • Trained and certified in limited phlebotomy, injections, and family planning.
  • Performed EKG's and phlebotomy on patients.
  • Performed phlebotomy and lab tests.
  • Back office, patient intake, vitals, surgery assitant,phlebotomy,laboratory,autoclaving,cleaning.

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21. Health Information

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Here's how Health Information is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained online health information pertaining to students Communicated with mentor and supervisor frequently.
  • Conduct review of incoming health information and file preparation per established protocols.
  • Provided planning and assistance with important health information for incoming international students.
  • Provided health information to patients and assisted with community outreach.
  • Review and process of subpoena's and other law firm documents for approval for the release of Health Information.
  • Maintain confidential pertinent health information into a daily log and individual student health log using FERPA and HIPAA guidelines.
  • Maintain health records and files; distribute health literature, forms and health information as directed.
  • Document daily health information in the patient's chart as per directives from Nursing Supervisor.
  • Record health information in individual student health records, maintain and update records as needed.
  • Completed the scheduling and payroll for the employees of the Health Information Management Department.
  • Coordinate health information, insurance services and referral for 400 children and families.
  • Release of patient health information, per HIPAA laws, to third parties.
  • Manage and train health information staff from work schedules to work responsibilities.
  • Assist Health/Disabilities Specialist documenting all the children's health information.
  • Input sensitive and confidential health information into HSFIS database.
  • Input student's health information on computer system.
  • Managed student and staff health information in a confidential manner.

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22. Triage

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Here's how Triage is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Work independently, on occasion, and triage students based on severity of injury/illness, administer medications and age appropriate teaching.
  • Articulate with Excellent Written Communication Skills *Provided triage for client as they entered the clinic and counsel.
  • Administer treatment to students for illness and perform triage of injuries.
  • Assess and triage staff in school assigned, as needed.
  • Monitor health room, including student/staff illness and injury triage.
  • Maintained calm, collected presence while providing information in timely manner * Created triage encounters for nurse callbacks.
  • Conducted lab tests, recorded lab results and triaged abnormal results.
  • Triaged Patient and administered medications before physician was in the room.
  • Triaged, diagnosed, and treated minor illnesses and injuries
  • Triaged students in minor and major incidents.
  • Triaged multi-line telephone system for incoming patient calls and trained new staff to the system.
  • triaged telephone calls from patients in behavioral health and medical triage.
  • Administer first aid for sick and triage for injured students .
  • File confidential patient files Observe different cases Triage patients

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23. Reproductive Health

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Here's how Reproductive Health is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Delivered education to patients concerning reproductive health, abortion, and contraception options
  • Educate and counsel culturally diverse patient populations on reproductive health.
  • Provide family planning and reproductive health education services to patients
  • Provided non-judgmental reproductive health education.
  • Provide patient education and counseling on reproductive health issues including birth control and pregnancy prevention, and sexual behavior risk reduction.
  • Assisted patients by providing testing, screening, and education required for the delivery of reproductive health care services.
  • Educated and counseled on reproductive health, abortion, adoption, and prenatal care.
  • Provided in-depth reproductive health and family planning counseling in both English and Spanish.
  • Educate patients about common medical knowledge pertaining to reproductive health care.
  • Provide basic education and counseling for reproductive health issues.
  • Advocated for women and women s reproductive health rights.
  • Educated and counseled patients on reproductive health matters.
  • Trained and mentored new Reproductive Health Assistants.
  • Educated patients on reproductive health issues.
  • Encouraged and supported families, individuals and groups to address issues that affect their reproductive health.
  • Served in the following capacities: Hired as Reproductive Healthcare Assistant.
  • Promoted to Lead Reproductive Healthcare Assistant one year later.

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24. Front Desk

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Here's how Front Desk is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Provided front desk customer service support
  • Work at the front desk, answer phones, schedule appointments, provide information, and enter data in the computer.
  • Performed standard front desk tasks including answering phones, scheduling client appointments, and consolidating paper charts into electronic health records.
  • Maintain log books, including sign-in/out logs for fitness classes, front desk expenditures, and calls received for coaches.
  • Maintained front desk duties, answered telephone, ordered supplies and represented the company in a professional and businesslike manner.
  • Provide front desk reception, patient registration, appointment scheduling, insurance verification, and payment collection.
  • Front Desk: Register patients, verify and document insurance coverage, calculate and collect patient fees.
  • Provide excellent customer service to patients, both as a front desk receptionist and patient health visits.
  • Provide welcoming environment for parents, students and staff as the front desk office contact person.
  • Assist with Front Office duties such as Front Desk, Registration, and Administrative duties.
  • Provided customer service and front desk help to the public in a WIC clinic.
  • Front desk, schedule appointments, screen telephone calls and income eligibility.
  • Managed all aspects of front desk including inpatient and outpatient coding.
  • Assisted front desk answering phones and escorting late students to class.
  • Provide front desk reception and phone coverage as needed.
  • Ordered supplies for front desk and ran front desk.
  • Experience in running full front desk duties.
  • Task lists for Front Desk Staff.
  • Front desk Check in and out patients Verify insurance benefits Schedule appoitments Intakes Translate for doctor

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25. HIV

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Here's how HIV is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Conducted educational speech presentation to educate residents of Philadelphia's urban communities about breast health, and HIV prevention and screening.
  • Coordinated administrative tasks, including data entry, filing, records management, and scheduling for an emergency HIV/AIDS project.
  • Provided support with counseling patients with center programs: Family Planning and Abortion Services, and HIV testing.
  • Administer HIV testing, STI testing and pregnancy testing in accordance with general safety and laboratory standards.
  • Collect specimens and perform various lab tests for: pregnancy, HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections.
  • Perform court ordered DNA/HIV's as ordered by the court and complete all legal documentation.
  • Served as an unofficial counselor for special populations such as LGBT and HIV/AIDS.
  • Educated clients on the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy and HIV.
  • Collect, process and provide results of STI/HIV testing done through CDD.
  • Educated patients on contraception, sexuality, STD's and HIV.
  • Facilitated support groups (HIV and literacy) within facility.
  • Run controls to ensure HIV and pregnancy tests run accurate.
  • Obtained Certified HIV/AIDS Tester/Educator from Whetstone Consultations in 2008.
  • Archive current student and past graduate files.
  • Performed pregnancy and rapid HIV tests.

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26. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Provided personal care to an Alzheimer patient every Sunday for a duration of 12 hours.
  • Provided health and wellness and personal care services to an immobile rheumatoid arthritis client.
  • Performed personal care activities: hygiene, ambulation, eating, dressing & toileting.
  • Support students with personal cares and academic requirements as needed.
  • Performed personal cares including medical administration and vital monitoring in an organized and efficient manner.
  • Provided companion services and personal care assistance to elderly and chronically ill patients at their home or designated facility.

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27. Health Room

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Here's how Health Room is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Supervised students referred for illness and/or injury for the purpose of monitoring their care and maintaining order in the health room.
  • Prepare the School health room are for use insuring safety, cleanliness, and adequate stocking of supplies.
  • Organize and maintain materials in health room; monitor students on prescription medications.
  • Document every student seen in the health room with description of what happened.
  • Documented all the students' information that pertained to the health room.
  • Maintain a daily log of health room visits with appropriate documentation.
  • Maintained a computerized log of each student entering the health room.
  • Maintain clean, organized, and orderly health room environment.
  • Handled all paperwork in health room and prepared medication for children
  • Assist school nurse with health room screenings.
  • Maintain inventory and orders health room supplies.
  • Covered the Health Room Assistant when she goes to lunch or is out for the day.
  • Order supplies for the health room.
  • Maintained health room and work areas (e.g.
  • Assist the Full time Health Assistant with the health room.
  • Record and maintain health room records and health emergency form Conduct required health screening Refer students to counseling as needed.
  • Employed as a part time substitute Health Room Assistant for the entire 107 Anne Arundel County Schools.

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28. Health Issues

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Here's how Health Issues is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Promote effective communication and understanding relating to student health issues with parents as well as facilitating relationships between families.
  • Work together with School Social Worker and School Psychologist if necessary when noticing any mental health issues with a student.
  • Promote effective communication and understanding relating to student health issues among students' homes, schools, and the community.
  • Provide help in the health room for kids who are sick, diabetics, or any other health issues.
  • Serve as a resource to staff, teachers, and parents for medical and health issues.
  • Assist injured employees with transportation to medical centers for health issues and or safety equipment.
  • Prepare memos, correspondences, reports, forms and records related to health issues.
  • Serve in administrative roles to assist with students when health issues arise.
  • Contacted and consulted with parents to resolve possible student health issues.
  • Assist RN when needed with health issues that come to play during the school day.
  • Cared for the health issues of students in grades K-5.

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29. Medical Care

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Here's how Medical Care is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Refer patients to direct medical care providers specializing in work-related injuries/illnesses.
  • Provide transportation for emergency medical care.
  • Worked in a hospital based setting assisting in taking vital signs and information from patients who needs medical care.
  • Provide education about medical care, obtain informed consents, and assist with minor medical procedures.
  • Assist emergency with child and assess child to see if further medical care is needed.
  • Provided medical care for students and staff under the supervision of the school nurse.
  • Perform triage and medical care to elementary school aged children.
  • Assist students with obtaining medical insurance and continual medical care.
  • Helped them save money on their medical care.

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30. Osha

low Demand
Here's how Osha is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Prepared exams for Blood Borne Pathogens Training in accordance with OSHA regulations and requirements, and tracked attendance of all employees.
  • Clean and sterilize equipment with the Autoclave and maintain OSHA and CLIA manual with daily and weekly cleaning schedules.
  • Assisted with workforce safety and OSHA guidelines improving the ratio of injured workers returning to full duty.
  • Conduct hearing tests for employees in accordance with the company's Hearing Conservation Program and OSHA regulations.
  • Clean rooms, sterilize equipment and instruments according to protocols, standards and OSHA requirements.
  • Conducted employee training on OSHA, Fire Safety, HIPAA and other necessary compliance training.
  • Conducted facility wide assessment of OSHA compliance, inspection programs, policies and procedures.
  • Help implement practice's compliance with HIPPA, CLIA and OSHA regulations.
  • Maintained OSHA log & adhere to all governmental follow-up requirements.
  • Maintained the OSHA log for the hospital and off-site facilities.
  • Resolve audited MIOSHA items so they are in compliance.
  • Assist in monitoring OSHA occurrences and posting logs.
  • Insured OSHA compliance was maintained.
  • Standardized intradepartmental practices and maintains guidelines per OSHA standards.
  • Perform quality control procedures on all lab equipment in accordance with OSHA, ClIA and other regulatory standards.
  • Observe and maintain OSHA standards and blood borne pathogens and other applicable federal and state regulations.
  • Obtained training in OSHA, Bloodborne Pathogens and Respiratory Fit Testing

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31. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Provided daily care to students including special needs such as asthma, diabetes, Down's, CP, and seizures.
  • Provided resources to families relative to health, education, special needs and other relevant areas.
  • Assist special needs students with personal hygiene.
  • Work with special needs children and families.
  • Oversee other special needs students.
  • provided care for individuals who had special needs at places like the Holly Center, group homes, and private homes.
  • Assist with the care of special needs children through out MPS school district
  • Worked with Special Needs kidsModified workSocial skillsYearbook Photographer

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32. Insurance Companies

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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Correspond with insurance companies regarding eligibility and verification of coverage.
  • Facilitate electronic liaison with insurance companies on behalf of customers.
  • Contacted insurance companies to verify patient information.
  • Answered calls and assisted patients, insurance companies, hospitals, and nursing homes with obtaining patient charts.
  • Acted as an advocate toward insurance companies for medication rights.
  • Called insurance companies to obtain prior authorization for services.
  • Job duties: Calling insurance companies, Medicaid to get approval for patients stay within Interqual Standards.
  • Verified insurance coverage of patients with insurance companies, post payments using Instamed.

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33. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Facilitate training for staff members on various industry standards such as Positive Behavior Support and documentation.
  • Organize student's health files and documents, emergency cards for all students and staff members on school campus.
  • Developed strong relationships with students and their parents as well as fellow staff members.
  • Provide training and assistance to other staff members on new software and database systems.
  • Maintain clean, quiet, organized friendly environment for all students and staff members.
  • Monitor, manage and keep other staff members aware of patient flow.
  • Train and supervise new staff members in accordance to PPIL guidelines.
  • Train new staff members on daily tasks and customer service etiquette.
  • Provide emails w/attachments to various staff members per supervisor direction.
  • Collaborate with other staff members.

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34. Health Education

low Demand
Here's how Health Education is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Supervised a team of 34 primary school Ghanaian Students through environmental sustainability and health education programs.
  • Conducted needs assessment to determine community needs for public health educational assistance.
  • Researched and created monthly health educational informational and promotional handouts for employees.
  • Performed MA duties; collection of patient medical history and vital signs, provision of verbal and written health education.
  • Arrange health education events such as Great American Smoke -Out, birth control education, and stress management events.
  • Provide health services and health education to children to promote the optimal level of wellness for all students.
  • Promote healthy living by health education of both in and out patients.
  • Assisted in the Smoking Cessation Program and in the Health Education Department.
  • Provided patients and families with home health education as needed.
  • Assisted with health education activities.
  • Provided direct client care and patient education to prevention strategies, presented to communityorganizations on the importance of health education.
  • Provide services such as case finding, health education, referring and care I order to help prevent serious health problems.
  • Provided case management services, health education and counseling to eligible clients Assessed patient vitals upon entry to the clinic.
  • Provided health education * Knowledge of Secretarial, Receptionist and General Office duties.
  • maintain health records and provide Health education
  • Facilitated HIV testing and injection and phlebotomy Completed medical intake and assessments for provided services Facilitated sexual health education with clients

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35. Daily Activities

low Demand
Here's how Daily Activities is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted elderly patients with daily activities
  • Supervised and managed the daily activities of a clinical team consisting of Certified Nurse Practitioners and support staff.
  • Assisted client to and from all appointments, handled finances, banking, and daily activities
  • Assist teacher with daily activities, classwork, projects, field trips, etc.
  • Worked and cared for handicap students with all daily activities
  • Assist in planning and preparing daily activities.
  • Assist people with personal chores and daily activities
  • Documented in patients chart daily activities.
  • Assist patients with daily activities such as eating, batheing, and getting dressed.
  • Provide Direct Care * Keep Documentation of Daily Activities
  • Retired) Coordinate and implement daily activities for the patients of the hospital.

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36. Treatment Plans

low Demand
Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Provided comprehensive assessments and treatment plans for all incoming residents.
  • Assure patients' compliance with treatment plans and discharge plans to insure patient readiness for re-entry into society.
  • Conducted one-on-one treatment plans and monitored daily vital signs for all inmates.
  • Provided input for treatment plans and assisted in delegation of duties.
  • Coordinated intervention tailored to consumer treatment plans based on their needs.
  • Assisted nursing staff with treatment plans of campers and staffers.
  • Document progress notes, incident reports, treatment plans.
  • Developed treatment plans and/or referrals, provided counseling, conducted intakes& dispensed medications.
  • Share patient activities information with doctors, nurses and social workers to complete treatment plans.

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37. Hipaa

low Demand
Here's how Hipaa is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained confidentiality by HIPAA and Medicaid standards.
  • Provided full-time clerical and operational support to Administrative Director of CKHN Women's Health/CKHN HIPAA Liaison.
  • Participated in training for compliance in Illinois mandatory reporting and HIPAA laws.
  • Process requests for Release of Information according to HIPAA regulations.
  • Protect patients privacy by ensuring compliance with HIPAA regulations.
  • Assist patients in person within the guidelines of HIPAA.
  • Fax and scan in patient records following HIPAA laws.
  • Maintain client confidentiality and comply with HIPAA regulation.
  • Worked within strict HIPAA regulations.

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38. Medical Needs

low Demand
Here's how Medical Needs is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Dispense medications, list/store emergency medications, assist students with disabilities and other medical needs.
  • Assist with specialized medical needs for disabled students; for example, monitor blood sugar levels of diabetic students.
  • Apply basic methods and procedures to be followed for behavioral or medical needs.
  • Assisted therapist and doctors in the medical needs of patients.
  • Catered to the medical needs of the students and staff.
  • Assist students with medical needs in the school clinic.
  • Assisted with their medical needs.
  • Support school officials in meeting students medical needs.
  • blood sugar tests) for the purpose of providing for and monitoring students' medical needs and/or testing at school site.

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39. STD

low Demand
Here's how STD is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Assist with Worker's compensation, Auto insurance, STD and LTD processes.
  • Perform pregnancy and STD testing, counseling and teaching.
  • Counseled teens on STD testing and treatment.
  • Screened patients for mammograms and STD.
  • Counseled patients on well-woman exams, contraception, sexuality, STDs and pregnancy.
  • discussed methods of contraceptives, provided STD education, obtained patient histories

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40. Family Planning

low Demand
Here's how Family Planning is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Provided labs follow ups, educational teachings, family planning and interpretation services for Vietnamese speaking patients.
  • Worked on Medical and Family Planning Clinics.
  • Serve as a key member of healthcare team for a busy family planning clinic.
  • Assisted with termination of pregnancy, Depo injections, family planning teaching.
  • Educated and counseled women seeking family planning and gynecological services.
  • Instructed and counseled patients regarding their prescribed birth control method, family planning and emotional problems.

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41. Community Resources

low Demand
Here's how Community Resources is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Identify and connect individuals with community resources, activities, and educational programs.
  • Crafted database of community resources for patient referrals.
  • Developed and maintained social helps/community resources for clients.
  • Refer students/parents to community resources.
  • Serve as a liaison between the school, the home, and medical or other community resources.
  • Make referrals to community resources for children and families, in accordance with guidelines.
  • Provide education to community resources for various information for healthy living, ex.
  • Assisted the callers in the 2-1-1 call center to connect with community resources.
  • Offered referrals for counseling, testing, community resources, and public benefits.
  • Assist parents in identifying community resources and make referrals.
  • Skilled at connecting families and students with community resources.
  • Provide referrals, for relevant community resources.
  • Provide information to pertaining programs in regards to healthcare and community resources for parents.

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42. Medication Administration

low Demand
Here's how Medication Administration is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Communicate with parents of students, physicians' offices and supervising RN for required documents related to student medication administration.
  • Implement medication administration process, transcribe orders, and administer medication to the inmate population.
  • Documented medication administration, diet, and vital signs and assured documentation accuracy.
  • Advise certified counselors on medication administration and wound treatment.
  • General First Aid and some medication administration.
  • Perform 100% accuracy in documentation of medication administration and treatment observing and reporting to an RN or nurse in charge.
  • Document medication administration and report any side effects to RN Reinforce patient education as given by nurse or physician.
  • Administered medication in accordance to the MAR (Medication administration review).
  • Assist health monitoring, prevention, and medication administration.
  • Maintained clerical organization of the health office Confidentially communicated with students, parents and staff Assured proper medication administration & first aid

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43. EMR

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Here's how EMR is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Coach front line users (Physicians, managers, and staff) and providers in utilizing the EMR system.
  • Participate in maintaining uniform patient record system (computer data and patient filing in EMR Software NextGen).
  • Maintained computerized records for medical center employees (EMR).
  • Screened patients; recorded vital/cardinal signs in an EMR system called eCW-e Clinical Works.
  • Interview patients, record information into EMR, to maintain clinic and patient records.
  • Completed interviews and job analysis as research for company EMR systems.

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44. Parenthood

low Demand
Here's how Parenthood is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Publicized Planned Parenthood services through marketing and community outreach.
  • Advanced knowledge in Planned Parenthood policies, referrals, and relationships with outside agencies.
  • Maintained accurate and confidential patient records through Planned Parenthood's EHR database.
  • Planned Parenthood of IL (Wicker Park).
  • Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains
  • Collaborated with various funding agencies such DIVP, NOW, Planned Parenthood, IAAF, NNAF and others for fundraising opportunities.

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45. Medical Appointments

low Demand
Here's how Medical Appointments is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Follow up with patients for medical appointments including tuberculin skin test, occupational hazard exposures and workers compensation.
  • Assisted paraplegic with daily living chore, transportation to Physical therapy and medical appointments
  • Provide transportation to medical appointments, social obligation, and community events.
  • Scheduled and accompanied client to medical appointments.
  • Administered medications, ensured maintenance of personal hygiene, and transported clients to school, medical appointments, and field trips.
  • Assist in medical appointments and Directive Food Services for the clients of the home.
  • Keep track of student's medications, medical appointments, and other medical needs.
  • Transport children and parents to the child's medical appointments.
  • Transport and accompany clients to psychiatric and medical appointments.
  • Scheduled medical appointments & surgeries for inmates.

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46. Hearing Screenings

low Demand
Here's how Hearing Screenings is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Conducted vision/hearing screenings, inspected for head lice, reported abuse when recognized, notified parents during emergencies or illness.
  • Assist in the set up and coordination of the vision and hearing screenings.
  • Organize, schedule and maintain records of vision and hearing screenings.
  • Conduct vision/hearing screenings as well as scoliosis screening.
  • Schedule and assist student vision and hearing screenings.
  • Performed state mandated vision and hearing screenings.
  • Assist with vision and hearing screenings.
  • Performed state mandated vision and hearing screenings Performed basic clerical functions and health data documentation.
  • Compiled annual/monthly state reports for immunizations, hearing screenings, varicella & influenza monitoring.
  • Assist nurse with all school mandated vision and hearing screenings .

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47. Medical Supplies

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Here's how Medical Supplies is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Ordered medical supplies and prepared orders for immunizations.
  • Assist Health Manager with teaching first aid, preparing fanny packs, restocking shelves with medical supplies.
  • General upkeep of apartment, personal finances, medical supplies and equipment in accordance with patient.
  • Work closely with Registered Nurse to keep medical supplies up to date.
  • Transported Jesuits to doctor appointments / picked up prescriptions and medical supplies.
  • Monitored expiration of medical supplies and medications.

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48. Exam Rooms

low Demand
Here's how Exam Rooms is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Clean, stock, organize, and prepare exam rooms and instruments in accordance with protocols for patient care.
  • Sterilized surgical equipment and maintained exam rooms ready and stocked with supplies for following day.
  • Assisted the doctor in minor surgeries by preparing exam rooms and providing patient education.
  • Assisted MD or NP in exam rooms with procedures as requested.
  • Clean and sterilize equipment and stock lab and exam rooms.
  • Set up PAP Smear Trays and cleaned exam rooms.
  • Prepare patient and exam rooms for daily procedures.
  • Clean and prepare exam rooms for exams.

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49. Office Supplies

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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained a variety of health related records, health office supplies and equipment, typing, filing, phones.
  • Scheduled appointments for patients; Inventoried and ordered medical, lab, and office supplies and equipment.
  • Managed Office supplies and Warehouse orders, inventory and kept the office clean.
  • Maintain necessary office supplies, linen, and equipment for office.
  • Maintain, monitor and order medical, pharmaceutical and office supplies.
  • Inventoried and ordered medical office supplies and materials as needed.
  • Monitor inventory of office supplies and equipment; place orders
  • Enforced dress code, and ordered office supplies.
  • Maintained inventory of health office supplies.
  • Request and track Office Supplies.
  • Ordered office supplies through McKesson.
  • Collected and posted co-payments to accounts, verified insurance coverage, scheduledfollowup appointments, ordered office supplies
  • Maintained adequate levels of medical and office supplies by performing inventory in a timely manner.

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50. Computer System

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Here's how Computer System is used in Health Assistant jobs:
  • Experienced in medical terminology and knowledge base and understanding of computer systems.
  • Performed a variety of input/inquiry functions into various hospital computer systems.
  • Train new hires in using and understanding our client-based computer system, MRM, and using the technology properly.
  • Project Manager assisting with the implementation of a new computer system for the Home Health office.
  • Worked with Accolade's project team to assist in editing portions of MRM computer system.
  • Document all care and treatment into the patient's medical record on a computer system.
  • Recorded every health office visit and medical care in the school district computer system.
  • Navigate through computer systems and also electronic health records.
  • Schedule classes in the computer system for clients.
  • Log in students information in the computer system.
  • Tracked attendance and record dates on computer systems.
  • Improved resource utilization and implemented the office managment computer system.
  • Entered appropriate medical codes into computer system .

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20 Most Common Skill for a Health Assistant

Patient Care11.1%
Vital Signs8.1%
Medical Records8%
Health Care8%
Safe Environment7.3%
Emergency Care6.8%
Data Entry6.3%
Mental Health Services5.5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Health Assistant

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
7.7%
7.7%
2
2
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
5.5%
5.5%
3
3
Medical Records
Medical Records
5.5%
5.5%
4
4
Health Care
Health Care
5.5%
5.5%
5
5
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
5%
5%
6
6
Emergency Care
Emergency Care
4.7%
4.7%
7
7
Data Entry
Data Entry
4.3%
4.3%
8
8
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
3.8%
3.8%
9
9
Customer Service
Customer Service
3.3%
3.3%
10
10
Scheduling Appointments
Scheduling Appointments
2.9%
2.9%
11
11
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
2.5%
2.5%
12
12
CPR
CPR
2.5%
2.5%
13
13
Health Office
Health Office
2.3%
2.3%
14
14
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
2.3%
2.3%
15
15
Independent Living
Independent Living
2.1%
2.1%
16
16
RN
RN
2.1%
2.1%
17
17
Birth Control
Birth Control
2%
2%
18
18
Immunization Records
Immunization Records
1.7%
1.7%
19
19
Health Screenings
Health Screenings
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Phlebotomy
Phlebotomy
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
Health Information
Health Information
1.5%
1.5%
22
22
Triage
Triage
1.5%
1.5%
23
23
Reproductive Health
Reproductive Health
1.5%
1.5%
24
24
Front Desk
Front Desk
1.5%
1.5%
25
25
HIV
HIV
1.3%
1.3%
26
26
Personal Care
Personal Care
1.3%
1.3%
27
27
Health Room
Health Room
1.2%
1.2%
28
28
Health Issues
Health Issues
1.2%
1.2%
29
29
Medical Care
Medical Care
1.2%
1.2%
30
30
Osha
Osha
1.2%
1.2%
31
31
Special Needs
Special Needs
1.1%
1.1%
32
32
Insurance Companies
Insurance Companies
1.1%
1.1%
33
33
Staff Members
Staff Members
1%
1%
34
34
Health Education
Health Education
1%
1%
35
35
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
1%
1%
36
36
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
1%
1%
37
37
Hipaa
Hipaa
0.9%
0.9%
38
38
Medical Needs
Medical Needs
0.9%
0.9%
39
39
STD
STD
0.9%
0.9%
40
40
Family Planning
Family Planning
0.9%
0.9%
41
41
Community Resources
Community Resources
0.9%
0.9%
42
42
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
0.8%
0.8%
43
43
EMR
EMR
0.8%
0.8%
44
44
Parenthood
Parenthood
0.8%
0.8%
45
45
Medical Appointments
Medical Appointments
0.8%
0.8%
46
46
Hearing Screenings
Hearing Screenings
0.8%
0.8%
47
47
Medical Supplies
Medical Supplies
0.8%
0.8%
48
48
Exam Rooms
Exam Rooms
0.7%
0.7%
49
49
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
0.7%
0.7%
50
50
Computer System
Computer System
0.7%
0.7%

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