Bilingual Certified Medical Assistant (CMA)

Health Heart Clinics of America is seeking a highly skilled, experienced Bilingual Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) to join our growing healthcare team. The candidate will care for patients and tend to their general comfort and well-being. A compassionate attitude coupled with impeccable bedside manner and an ability to work in a fast past environment. Healthy Heart Clinics provides primary care services with a focus on management & prevention of chronic disease, including regular office visits, preventative testing, diagnostic testing, and 24/7 patient monitoring services.


  • Bilingual (English / Spanish)
  • Collect, track, and maintain patient history
  • Take vitals, including blood pressure, heart rate, O2 sat, and weight.
  • Perform EKG and able to understand basic reading of the test
  • Entering data related to the record of patients in computer systems
  • Patient education
  • Inform the patients about test results via phone or appointment
  • Taking verbal orders from MD or NP and carrying out orders in a timely manner
  • Perform lab draws
  • Starting IV
  • Coordinate patient referrals
  • Answering phones and replying to messages daily
  • Execute triage within the scope of LPN and/or CMA practice in an accurate and precise way
  • Ordering prescriptions for patients
  • Manage patient care through Chronic Care Management and Remote Patient Monitoring software used in the clinic.
  • Assist provider with patient examinations and clinical procedures as needed
  • Ensures clinic is properly stocked with supplies and equipment.
  • Ordering supplies for the clinic
  • Assist with scheduling patients for outpatient procedures
  • Assist with prior authorizations from insurance company regarding procedures and testing ordered by the provider
  • Maintains the appearance of exam rooms, monitors biohazard and sharp containers and replaces when needed.
  • Prep chart prior to clinic on each patient


  • Completed state-approved LPN or CMA education program
  • Previous clinical and/or healthcare experience
  • Knowledge of EHR/EMR
  • High level of empathy and compassion
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Promotes supportive and positive environment for both staff and patients


  • Job Type: Full-time
  • Monday – Thursdays 8-5, Fridays 8-12
  • Hourly Pay based on prior experience
  • Position is in office and based out of Morgan City, Louisiana

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