Healthcare Assistants

Healthcare Assistants

At Instant HealthCare UK, we are constantly finding ways to innovate the services Healthcare providers extend to their patients. We are currently recruiting and delivering continuous training and education to our Healthcare assistants so that they can provide the highest quality care. We provide the most market-competitive remuneration combined with flexible shift timings for all its employees.

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Healthcare Assistant

Here are Healthcare Assistant positions currently open at IHC UK and the respective eligibility criteria:

01. Administrative Medical Assistant (AMA):

Administrative assistants must at-least have a two-year associate degree and some vocational training. However, a four-year degree in Medical Health Administration (MHA). Applicants must be familiar with medical billing, software commonly used in healthcare facilities and basic medical coding. Must be confident in handling invoices and transactional record-keeping.

02. Specialised Medical Assistant (SMA):

An Associate or Bachelor's degree is required. Applicants must have specialised two-year training and complete certification in medical program specialisation. Excessive skills and knowledge on performing specialised clinical tasks, medical and emergency procedures.

03. Clinical Medical Assistant (CMA):

Medical assistants should be at least high school graduates and possess minimum one year certified training in medical practices or a two-year Associate's degree. Individuals must have the required skills and knowledge of all medical equipment, tools and procedures to be able to help physicians perform their duties properly. They must also be able to use stethoscopes, Electroencephalogram (EEG) and Electrocardiogram (EKG) machines. Additionally, knowledge on sterilization, laboratory equipment and proper patient communication is also required.

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Instant HealthCare UK has contracts with Leicester Social Services and has staff trained to provide support and care for the following: The older person - Physically disabled - Persons with a learning disability - Mental illness - Terminally ill.