Certified Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy Experience (LA & SFV)


Heal is a fast-growing, on-demand physician house call service, and we are actively seeking medical assistants who want to join an innovative company that is disrupting the traditional, high friction, office-based care model.  

The Heal experience brings pediatric, primary, and urgent care to a patient’s doorstep.  We empower our MAs to develop deep patient relationships through unhurried visits, comprehensive care, and immersion in the patient’s home environment.  We invest heavily in the provider/patient experience while minimizing overhead and paperwork, and through this model we have achieved some of the highest patient satisfaction scores in the industry.  

We are looking for medical assistants who are eager to partner with physicians and who will play a critical role in driving an excellent patient experience.  As a medical assistant at Heal, you will have a wide range of responsibility, including driving physicians to and from visits, transporting medical supplies, assisting with charting, taking vitals, drawing blood samples, and interacting with patients and families to ensure they are 100% satisfied with their Heal experience.  While you are on the road, you will have access to innovative technology tools to help you maximize efficiency and reduce overhead.  You will be supported by a world-class technology team made up of former leaders from Google, Amazon, and Snap chat, as well as a robust operations and dispatch team to help you get where you need to be.

A day in the life of a Heal medical assistant:

  • Your day begins by ensuring your medical kit is fully stocked with all supplies needed for the day
  • You will meet up with your physician partner prior to the first visit and then drive him/her to all visits throughout the day; you will use your own car or a Heal car and be reimbursed for the mileage or gas
  • During visits, you will take vitals, draw blood, assist with charting, and facilitate a top-notch patient experience
  • Six and twelve hour shifts are available from 7:30am-8pm, 7 days/week
  • This is a full time role with hourly rates and a full benefits package
  • Typical patient volume is 12 to 15 patients a day
  • You will use an iPad and phone-based messaging services to communicate across your team
  • Our robust operations team will ensure you’re supported as you navigate travel, prescription fills, lab follow up, and care management
  • Positions currently available in: Los Angeles, Orange County, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, San Diego, and Washington DC area (DC/VA/MD)

Job Type

Contract or Employee Agreement Options

Skills & Requirements

  • Dedicated to providing excellent healthcare and a top-quality patient experience
  • Strong belief in the revolutionary nature of house calls and passionate about improving (or better yet disrupting) care delivery
  • Consistently exhibit the highest levels of professionalism, integrity, accountability, and compassion
  • Willingness to work in a revolutionary environment that sometimes necessitates last minute problem solving and out of the box thinking
  • Technically savvy and comfortable using tools such as mobile iPads for charting and HIPAA secure messaging apps for care coordination
  • Experience drawing blood from both children and adults
  • Front office medical experience preferred
  • Comfort navigating your local market by car
  • Background check, DMV check, valid state license, and clean driving record required
  • MA certificate required with phlebotomy skills
  • CPT1 is a plus

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