Medical Assistant Resume

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Your Medical Assistant ResumeMedical Assistant Resume needs to stand out if you want to put yourself ahead of other applicants. We will go over what you should and shouldn’t put in your resume and how to format it. I am going to divide this up into two sections, one for r ecent graduates of a Medical Assistant program and the other for Medical Assistants with experience.

Medical Assistant Resume For New Graduate of Medical Assistant Program | Entry Level

If this is your first Medical Assistant job, you will not have any experience as a Medical Assistant to put down on your resume so your education should come first. Here is an example of an Entry Level Medical Assistant Resume:

Carrie Bishop

555 Main Street

New York, NY 10010

(212)555-3098

carriebishop@gmail.com

OBJECTIVE: To secure a leadership position as a Certified Medical Assistant in where I can utilize my extensive clinical and administrative work through patient care.

EDUCATION:

CUNY Brooklyn, Brooklyn New York Graduation: 12/11
Medical Assistant Program, Diploma Obtained, GPA: 3.5

(In this space, write about your Medical Assistant Training program or degree.)

If you have any other related medical education, you can list it here. Otherwise, list your high school information, if you have a high school diploma.

CLINICAL SKILLS ADMINISTRATIVE SKILLS:

(In this section, list any clinical and administrative skills you have that would relate to the job)

-Phlebotomy-Finger sticks,

-Taking Patient Histories and Vital Signs

– Conducting Insurance Verifications
Hematology-Complete Blood Count (CBC) Referrals
-Urinalysis & Blood Testing

– Schedule Appointments

WORK EXPERIENCE:

(List most recent job first)

2008-Present Yak Bus Company Yonkers, New York

Special needs route driver
2001-2008 Kernville School District Kernville, NY
Bus Driver

SKILLS & LANGUAGES: (In this section you can list any skills you have that would be beneficial and any other languages that you know.

– Fluent in English and Spanish.
– Microsoft Office

-Internet Savvy

REFERENCES: (In this section put 2-3 references. It would be best if you had some references from school and some from previous employment. You can always say references available upon request if you’d rather wait to give your references out once you are being considered. )

Medical Assistant Resume for those with Previous Medical Assistant Experience:

If you already have Medical Assistant experience, you will want to highlight your experience as the first thing on your Medical Assistant resume. Here is an example with helpful tips about what you should write:

Jane Jones

987 Ford Street

New York, NY 10098

(212)555-2398

janejones@email.com

OBJECTIVE: To further my experience as a Medical Assistant and provide care to those in need.

PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE:

CENTRO MEDICO LATINO, Queens, New York 10/10 -12/11
Medical Assistant
Welcomed and greed all patients in a friendly manner.
Assisted two Doctors per day at an internal medicine office.
Performed Phlebotomy for lab test, EKG and Vital signs.
Used E-Clinical Software to update and enter data, maintained patients’ scheduling.
Answered all phone calls and scheduled appointments.
Cleaned and restocked supplies in all rooms.
Maintained all incomings and outgoings logs.
Checked and charged all insurance transactions.

( Also list your other positions in chronological order, even if they were not in the medical assistant field. Generally, it’s fine to put the last 3)

EDUCATION:

New York BOCES, Brooklyn New York Graduation: 08/10
Medical Assistant Program, Certificate Obtained, GPA: 3.2

(In this space, write about your Medical Assistant Training program or degree.)

If you have any other related medical education, you can list it here. Otherwise, list your high school information, if you have a high school diploma.

CLINICAL SKILLS ADMINISTRATIVE SKILLS :

( In this section, list any clinical and administrative skills you have that would relate to the job)
• Injections
• Drawing Blood
• Taking Vitals
• Using EMR Software
• Filing Records
• Data Entry
• Record Keeping
• Payroll and Accounting
• Research on the Internet
• Training New Employees
• Dispatching
•Type 60 WPM
CERTIFICATIONS OF AWARD/ACHIEVEMENT: ( list any medical certification you have received and any rewards relating to being a Medical Assistant.)

  • Phlebotomy Certificate
  • EKG-ECG Certificate
  • Injection Certificate
  • HIPAA Compliance Award

REFERENCES: ( In this section put 2-3 references. It would be best if you had some references from your previous experience as a Medical Assistant. You can also list some references from school or other jobs you’ve had . Like the other resume above, you can always say references available upon request if you’d rather wait to give your references out once you are being considered for the position. )

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