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We are looking for medical assistants
Expand your knowledge...and your career possibilities
Looking for a rewarding career that fuels your passion for helping children? As a medical assistant at Children’s Hospital, you’ll help provide the best possible care for kids in an environment that fosters excellence and offers opportunities for professional growth.
As part of one of the nation’s premier children’s hospitals, you can expand your knowledge of pediatric care and its many specialties. We offer opportunities to work in specialty care at locations in Wauwatosa, Delafield, New Berlin and the Fox Valley area, or at one of our 22 primary care clinics across Greater Milwaukee. Explore many career paths, including working with underserved children in the midtown Milwaukee area and the North East Side.
When you choose Children’s, the rewards are great. We off a robust Total Rewards package—including competitive pay, great benefits, a medical services discount and much more. You’ll thrive in our supportive work environment and enjoy many leadership opportunities. To make your life easier, you can choose a work location close to home. Learn more about being a medical assistant.
- Medical assistants play an integral role in the delivery and management of primary health care for patient care management. They support clinic operations through a variety of functions, including handling hospital charges and statements, and they perform lab tests as directed by physicians. Skills necessary for this role are generally acquired through the completion of a medical assistant program.
- Medical assistants in our ambulatory clinics perform the duties listed above, along with clerical tasks as needed. They work to promote a safe and organized environment for the delivery of services to children and their families. This role requires knowledge generally acquired through a high school education or equivalent.
Applicants must be high school graduates, have completed an accredited medical assistant program and be certified by the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA). One year medically related experience is preferred.