Certified Medical Resume Sample

Sarah Johnson, CMA
215 W. State Street, Milwaukee, WI 53201
sarahjohnson@gmail.com / 000.000.0000 / www.linkedin.com/beth-smith
Certified Medical Assistant
A motivated and personable Certified Medical Assistant with a background in various healthcare
environments. Possess exceptional interpersonal relationship and listening skills combined with a passion for
helping others and strong focus on providing premium patient care. A detail-oriented and quality-driven team
player who strives to complete all assigned duties effectively and efficiently in a fast-paced environment.
Qualification Highlights
Medical Office Management
Medical Billing & Coding
Medical Records management
Data Entry (10,000 KPM)
Bookkeeping & Filing
Taking Patient Vital Signs
Blood Draws
Patient Scheduling
HIPAA & JCAHO Knowledge
Education, Certification & Training
AAMA Certification CMA - Medical Assistant School, Milwaukee, WI 5/2006
Financed 100% of education through part-time employment and student loans
Developed strong practical skills through a 90 day internship at Dr. Carter’s Family Practice Office
Phlebotomy Certification - Milwaukee Technical College, Milwaukee, WI 5/2004
Earned certification with highest possible passing score
Certification in First Aid & CPR - Milwaukee Technical College, Milwaukee, WI 5/2004
Completed all clinical tests at 98% or above.
High School Diploma - Thomas Jefferson High School, Milwaukee, WI 9/2002
Maintained 3.85 GPA and graduated in top 5% of class
Earned high distinctions in biology
Professional Experience
Certified Medical Assistant, ABC Family Medical Practice, Milwaukee, WI 8/2006 Present
Serve as a key member of interdisciplinary healthcare team for a busy family medical practice. Assist
seven MDs as well as PA and RN team in ensuring optimal patient care and smooth daily functioning of
Effectively manage administrative responsibilities, allowing health care staff to focus on patient care.
Maintain responsibility for reception, scheduling appointments, medical record keeping, patient
processing, billing and bookkeeping.
Interview patients and record medical histories and vital signs.
Perform venipuncture, give injections and conduct various diagnostic procedures.
Dispose of contaminated supplies, and sterilize medical instruments.
Instruct patients about medication or special diets, remove stitches, and change dressings.
Conduct ancillary tests such as EKGs, immunoassays, chemistry analysis, hematology, urinalysis
and sigmoidoscopies.
Registered Phlebotomy Technician XYZ Clinic, Milwaukee, WI 8/2004 5/2006
Collected patient blood samples in a safe, sanitary manner for diagnostic testing.
Disposed of blood or other biohazard fluids or tissue, in accordance with laws and policies.
Documented route of specimens from collection to laboratory analysis and diagnosis, ensuring
accurate record keeping in chain of handling.


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