Medical Transcriptionist Jobs in Forest Acres, SC

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  • Medical Assistant/ Technician

    As Sailors, we rely on exceptional medical personnel to keep our servicemen and women healthy. As a Hospital Corpsman, you fulfill that critical role by assisting in a wide range of departments and procedures, from dispensing vaccines and analyzing lab samples to aiding in dental operations and assisting in emergency surgeries. You'll get to try your hand at just about everything while making a huge difference for the Sailors you serve. Enlisted None What to Expect Hospital Corpsman Histopathology Previous Next More Information Responsibilities Hospital Corpsmen (HM) assist health care professionals in providing medical care to Navy personnel and their families. They may function as clinical or specialty technicians, medical administrative personnel and healthcare providers at medical treatment facilities. Specifically, Hospital Corpsmen may be called upon to: Perform emergency medical treatment on SEALs, Seabees, Marines and other military personnel injured in the field, as well as on Sailors aboard ships or aircraft Perform emergency dental treatment as well as construct dental crowns and bridges, process dental X-rays and operate X-ray equipment Serve as an operating room technician for general and specialized surgery Help administer a wide range of preventive care and medications, including immunizations and intravenous fluids Conduct physical examinations and assisting in the treatment of diseases and injuries Supervise sanitation and safety conditions in the workplace Maintain patient treatment records, conduct research and perform clinical tests Assist Navy Physicians and Nurses in a variety of medical fields, including, but not limited to: radiology, physical therapy, phlebotomy, dental, surgery, family medicine, pathology, women's health and more Work Environment As a Hospital Corpsman, you have the most diverse range of work environments available in the Navy. Your job will likely take you all over the world-and far out of your comfort zone. As a Hospital Corpsman, you could be assigned to a Navy medical treatment facility, like an on-base hospital or clinic. You could also work on an aircraft carrier in the middle of the ocean or a submarine in the depths of the sea. Wherever you're assigned, you'll work alongside other medical professionals to be trained as a skilled first responder, whether your skills are needed bedside or in the field. Training & Advancement Upon completion of initial training at Recruit Training Command Great Lakes (known as Boot Camp), you'll report for specialized training including: Hospital Corps "A" School (19 weeks) in San Antonio, Texas for training on basic principles and techniques of patient care and first aid procedures. Field Medical Service School at Camp Lejeune, NC, or Pendleton, CA for specialized training on medical services relating to Seabees and Marine Corps units if you apply and assignments are available. After you complete your training, you'll be assigned to a Navy medical treatment facility or an operational Navy or Fleet Marine Force unit. HMs may also go on to receive assignments to ships, submarines or overseas posts. Promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. Advanced Training Advanced technical training, or "C" school, is optional and available to those who qualify after "A" School training is completed. HMs may enroll in advanced training for over 20 different credentials and specializations including: Aerospace Physiology & Medical Technician - Assist in the treatment of naval aviators and flight personnel. Behavioral Health Technician - Assist psychiatrists and psychologists in providing mental health care for service members and their families. Biomedical Equipment Technician - Assemble, maintain, troubleshoot and calibrate medical equipment. Cardiovascular Technician - Assist in performing diagnostic and interventional cardiac procedures. Deep Sea Diving Independent Duty Corpsman - Serve as a Medical Department Representative (MDR) for diving units. Dental Hygienist - Provide dental hygiene services such as cleaning equipment, polishing restorations, applying sealants and other tasks under the supervision of a dental officer. Dental Laboratory Technician - Perform basic and intermediate prosthetic laboratory procedures such as repairing prostheses or completing dentures. Dental Maxillofacial Technician - Assists a maxillofacial prosthodontist in oral/craniofacial prosthetic procedures. Dental Technician - Assist with dental duties including preventive dentistry and x-rays. Electroneurodiagnostic Technician - Assist Neurologists in performing studies to identify patients with neurological disorders. Field Medical Service Technician - Provide medical services to Sailors and Marines in field units worldwide. Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Corpsman - Provides emergency medical services for Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance personnel engaged in direct action and reconnaissance operations. Fleet Marine Force Reconnaissance Independent Duty Corpsman - Provides medical services for Fleet Marine Forces and Special Operations Forces engaged in direct action, special reconnaissance and unconventional warfare. Hemodialysis/Apheresis Technician - Care for patients receiving hemodialysis treatments and related procedures. Histopathology Technician - Assist pathologists with examination of tissue for disease. Medical Deep Sea Diving Technician - Assist in the prevention and treatment of illnesses associated with deep sea diving and high-pressure conditions. Medical Laboratory Technician - Perform and supervise the performance of manual and automated advanced laboratory procedures. Nuclear Medicine Technician - Operate and maintain equipment that traces the presence and movement of radioactive isotope in a patient's body. Occupational Therapy Assistant - Help Occupational Therapists administer treatment plans for acute and chronic rehabilitation. Optician - Produce single vision and multifocal spectacles from prescriptions, and help Optometrists in the treatment of patients with ocular disorders. Orthopedic Cast Room Technician - Assist in the application and removal of casts and traction, and assist in minor operative procedures. Pharmacy Technician - Dispense prescribed medicines and pharmaceuticals. Physical Therapy Technician - Assist physical therapists in administering physical therapy for patients. Preventive Medicine Technician - Assist with preventive medicine and occupational health programs such as health and safety inspections and epidemiological investigations. Radiation Health Technician - Monitors and analyzes radiation exposure, and administers the personnel dosimetry program. Respiratory Therapist - Helps treat patients using nebulization therapy, mechanical ventilation, and similar treatments. Search and Rescue Medical Corps - Performs aircrew and emergency medical care functions in support of Search and Rescue, MEDEVAC and CASEVAC missions for Navy and Marine Corps Aviation. Submarine Force Independent Duty Corpsman - Submarine Force Independent Duty Corpsmen serve as the Medical Department Representative (MDR) and performs basic patient care aboard submarines and at isolated duty stations. Surface Force Independent Duty Corpsman - Surface Force Independent Duty Corpsmen serve as the Medical Department Representative (MDR) and perform basic patient care aboard surface ships, with Fleet Marine Force Units and at isolated duty stations. Surgical Technologist - Assists the medical officer in carrying out surgical techniques and providing pre- and post-surgical care to patients. Urology Technician - Assists medical officer in examination and treatment of urological patients, including operations and X ray procedures. Advanced X-Ray Technician - Operates medical X ray, ultrasound and CAT scan equipment. Post-Service Opportunities There's no better way to begin a successful career in health care than by serving in the medical support division of America's Navy. Specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields in the civilian world, such as Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Home Health Aide, Anesthesiologist Assistant and more. Education Opportunities Beyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Navy technical and operational training in the medical field can translate to credit hours toward a bachelor's or associate degree through the American Council on Education . You may also continue your education through undergraduate degree opportunities like the Navy College Program and Tuition Assistance and the Post-9/11 GI Bill. Qualifications & Requirements A high-school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor and a Hospital Corpsman. Those seeking a position as a Hospital Corpsman must be U.S. citizens. A sincere interest in health care and science is extremely important for this role. You should have good communication, writing and arithmetic skills, be competent with tools and equipment. Important personal traits for this role include the ability to work well with others as part of a team, as well as dependability, trustworthiness and resourcefulness. In addition to good physical stamina, Hospital Corpsmen should also have normal color perception, vision correctable to 20/20, and good use of your hands. You must meet eligibility requirements for a security clearance. Please note that any illegal involvement with drugs may be disqualifying. General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you're currently serving , whether you've served before or whether you've never served before . Part-Time Opportunities Serving part-time as a Navy Reserve Sailor, your duties will be carried out during your scheduled drilling and training periods. During monthly drilling, Hospital Corpsmen in the Navy Reserve typically work at a location close to their homes. For annual training, you may serve anywhere in the world, including locations in the U.S., at bases overseas, or in areas where humanitarian needs are great. Take a moment to learn more about the general roles and responsibilities of Navy Reserve Sailors . Most of what you do in the Navy Reserve is considered training. The basic Navy Reserve commitment involves training a minimum of one weekend a month (referred to as drilling) and two weeks a year (referred to as Annual Training) - or the equivalent of that. Hospital Corpsmen in the Navy Reserve serve in an Enlisted role. Before receiving the ongoing professional training that comes with the job, initial training requirements must be met. For current or former military Enlisted servicemembers, prior experience satisfies the initial Recruit Training requirement, so you will not need to go through Boot Camp again. For those without prior military experience, you will need to meet the initial Recruit Training requirement by attending Boot Camp in Great Lakes, IL. This training course will prepare you for service in the Navy Reserve and count as your first Annual Training.
    $26k-32k yearly est.4d ago
  • Medical Assistant

    Curana Health is a *provider-led*, primary and post acute organization focused on senior living communities and senior living residents. *CERTIFICATION* Registered or Certified Medical Assistant required.
    $26k-34k yearly est.60d+ ago
  • Medical Assistant

    Your job will likely take you all over the world-and far out of your comfort zone.Hospital Corpsman (HM) As a Hospital Corpsman, you could be assigned to a Navy medical treatment facility, like an on-base hospital or clinic. You will work alongside Navy nurses and other medical professionals to be trained as a skilled first responder, whether your skills are needed bedside or in the field.Hospital Corpsman Advanced Technical Field (HM-ATF) If you choose to go the Hospital Corpsman Advanced Technical Field route, you will work in extreme and sometimes dangerous conditions. Support Search and Rescue (SAR), tactical evacuation (TECEVAC), Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC), casualty evacuation (CASEVAC) and Combat Search & Rescue (CSAR) for Navy and Marine Corps Aviation WORK ENVIRONMENTIn medical support, you have the most diverse range of work environments in the Navy.
    $29k-36k yearly est.60d+ ago
  • Medical Assistant

    Maxmed Healthcare is seeking a Medical Assistant (MA) to help provide services to the Department of Soldier Care, Moncrief Army Health Clinic at Fort Jackson, SC. In this position our Medical Assistant (MA) will:
    $26k-34k yearly est.6h ago

    Columbia Eye Center and the Columbia Eye Surgery Clinic has operated in the Midlands of South Carolina for nearly 100 years. With a team of 15 American Academy of Ophthalmology certified physicians and more than 100 expertly trained staff in three locations, Columbia Eye Clinic is the largest medical and surgical ophthalmology practice in the Midlands and one of the largest in South Carolina.
    $18k-24k yearly est.6h ago
  • Adjunct Professor - Medical Assisting

    In accordance with South Carolina state law, Midlands Technical College is also committed to making qualified veterans a priority for employment.
    $26k-34k yearly est.9d ago
  • Rehab Nursing Tech I

    What makes Encompass Health careers different-and better: Working at Encompass Health means being part of something special: A team that is passionate about making an impact on patients' lives each day. REHABILITATION NURSE TECHNICIAN I As a rehabilitation nurse technician I, channel the full extent of your knowledge, skills, ambition and experience on a daily basis. About us: Helping patients regain hope and independence, Encompass Health is a national leader in post-acute care. At Encompass Health, you'll find something decidedly different and more satisfying: A career that is challenging, inspiring and rewarding. Enhance the impact of your abilities with national post-acute care leader Encompass Health. Unlike the typical hospital setting, Encompass Health offers you the unique opportunity to walk alongside patients on their road to recovery from stroke, spinal cord injuries, neurological disorders, joint replacements, multiple trauma and cardiac/pulmonary conditions.
    $25k-32k yearly est.1d ago
  • CMA, MA, or LPN

    Job DescriptionCMA, MA, or LPN for Columbia.
    $29k-40k yearly est.16d ago
  • Medical Assistant IV

    The Medical Assistant interviews patients, measures vital signs and records information on patients' charts, draws and collects blood samples from patients, prepares specimens for laboratory analysis, and conducts a variety of diagnostic tests. * Medical Assistant Certification/Registration or meet state requirements QTC Management is seeking a qualified candidate for a Full Time Medical Assistant position in Columbia, SC. * 5-10 years of medical assistant experience If you are a Certified Medical Assistant or have a Medical Assistant Certificate/Diploma or have military specialist experience (Medic or Corpsman) or higher, we would like to talk to you! QTC Management is the largest provider of disability (pension) and occupational health examination services. * Associate degree in Medical Assisting and/or graduation from an accredited vocational Medical Assistant program, and/or military equivalent
    $21.4-22 hourly6d ago
  • *$1,000 Sign On Bonus* Medical Scribe

    Since 2013, Oak Street Health has brought its singular approach to tens of thousands of people across the nation. Oak Street Health offers our coworkers the opportunity to be at the forefront of a revolution in healthcare, as well as: * Compliance with hospital and Oak Street Health policies, including HIPAA. With an ambitious growth trajectory, Oak Street Health is attracting and cultivating team members who embody Oak Street values and are passionate about our mission to rebuild healthcare as it should be. Oak Street Health is a rapidly growing, innovative company of community-based healthcare centers delivering higher quality health and wellness care that improves outcomes, manages medical costs and provides an unmatched experience for adults on Medicare in medically underserved communities.
    $19k-24k yearly est.18d ago
  • Certified Medical Assistant (CMA), Colorectal Surgery, FT, Days

    Completion of an accredited medical assistant program is required. In lieu of the education requirement stated above, will accept confirmation of the successful completion of the Prisma Health Certification Institute (PHCI) Fast Track Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) program. The transformation of healthcare requires talented individuals in every role here at Prisma Health.
    $25k-31k yearly est.4d ago
  • Medical Assistant

    Primary locations are Irmo, Northeast Columbia, and Lexington offices Medical Assistant performs administrative and clinical duties under the direction of a physician.
    $26k-34k yearly est.11d ago
  • Certified Medication Assistant (CMA) WANTED IMMEDIATELY

    A CMA is under the direct supervision of the charge nurse. The charge nurse will follow up with the CMA to ensure the med pass is completed timely and accurately to assure that the highest degree of quality resident care can be maintained at all times. QUALIFICATIONS : Ability to communicate effectively in English through both speech and writing. Previous patient care experience preferred. Current certification for Medication Aide./ 2yrs as certified Nurse Aide RESPONSIBLITIES Reports promptly any change of patient condition or other concerns to Patient Care Supervisor. Follow charting guidelines for PRN documentation. Reports medication reorder. Participates in all assigned meetings, trainings, education and in-service as required. Inventory documentation of drugs on appropriate forms. Current certification for Medication Aide.
    $26k-32k yearly est.11d ago
  • Nursing Technician II

    Ranked #2 in the state and #1 in the Columbia metro area by U.S. News & World Report, Lexington Medical Center is the only hospital named one of the Best Places to Work in South Carolina. 7p-7a Consistently named best hospital, Lexington Medical Center dedicates itself to providing quality health services that meet the needs of its communities.
    $28k-33k yearly est.10d ago
  • Medical Assistant FT (City of Columbia)

    Current Certified Medical Assistant or Registered Medical Assistant OR 2+ years of current experience working as a Medical Assistant in lieu of certification UCI Medical Affiliates, Inc. (UCI), located in Columbia, South Carolina, provides non-medical management and administrative services to 50+ Doctors Care urgent care centers and 20+ Progressive Physical Therapy facilities located throughout South Carolina. Location: Doctors Care City of Columbia UCI is currently looking for a medical assistant to join our team who will prepare patients for their physician visit.
    $27k-32k yearly est.17d ago
  • Medical Assistant

    As a Medical Assistant for Intramed Plus collaborative service, you are the initial voice of our company. Intramed Plus of West Columbia, SC is looking to hire a full-time Medical Assistant. If you feel that you would be right for this Medical Assistant position, please fill out our initial 3-minute, mobile-friendly application. Intramed Plus is a highly respected South Carolina pharmacy that specializes in providing intravenous infusion services in the home, in our infusion and medical centers, and in a physician's office.
    $31k-50k yearly7d ago
  • CMA/RMA Medical Assistant

    Medical Assistant clinical and administrative experience.
    $26k-34k yearly est.3d ago
  • Float Medical Assistant - Cayce

    The Medical Assistant 2 performs varied activities and moderately complex administrative/operational/customer support assignments. + Active Medical Assistant Certification or Registration from the following: American Association of Medical Assistant (AAMA), National Healthcareer Association, American Registry of Medical Assistants, National Association for Health Professionals, and/or American Medical Technologist **Responsibilities** The Medical Assistant 2 performs clinical duties such as discussing symptoms and gathering and inputting information into the electronic medical records system, taking vital signs, giving injections, performing diagnostic tests, collecting specimens, drawing blood, sterilizing and cleaning equipment, and maintaining examination rooms at an outpatient care site. + 1 - 3 years of Medical Assistant experience in 'back-office' direct patient care The Medical Assistant 2 is the first point of contact for patient care.
    $26k-34k yearly est.29d ago
  • Medical Assistant - MEDcare - Columbia, SC

    The Urgent Care Group Network includes more than 50 centers operating as four brands: Health Choice Urgent Care in partnership with Northside Hospital in Georgia, Medac Urgent Care in North Carolina, MEDcare Urgent Care in South Carolina, and Total Access Urgent Care in Missouri. Medical Assistants are critical to the success of our clinical teams and crucial to providing fast, friendly, and affordable healthcare at our 13 MEDcare Urgent Care centers. Requirements: * Requirement of a GED or high school diploma * Completed a Medical Assistant program and are registered/certified (MA or CMA) * In school? Job DescriptionDescription: MEDcare Urgent Care has been proudly providing top-ranked patient care to South Carolina communities since 2007.
    $18 hourly5d ago
  • Medical Assistant

    Your job will likely take you all over the world-and far out of your comfort zone.Hospital Corpsman (HM) As a Hospital Corpsman, you could be assigned to a Navy medical treatment facility, like an on-base hospital or clinic. You will work alongside Navy nurses and other medical professionals to be trained as a skilled first responder, whether your skills are needed bedside or in the field.Hospital Corpsman Advanced Technical Field (HM-ATF) If you choose to go the Hospital Corpsman Advanced Technical Field route, you will work in extreme and sometimes dangerous conditions. Support Search and Rescue (SAR), tactical evacuation (TECEVAC), Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC), casualty evacuation (CASEVAC) and Combat Search & Rescue (CSAR) for Navy and Marine Corps Aviation WORK ENVIRONMENTIn medical support, you have the most diverse range of work environments in the Navy.
    $29k-36k yearly est.60d+ ago

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How much does a Medical Transcriptionist earn in Forest Acres, SC?

The average medical transcriptionist in Forest Acres, SC earns between $30,000 and $43,000 annually. This compares to the national average medical transcriptionist range of $31,000 to $47,000.


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