The orthopedic medical assistant will work directly with a specific physician(s) in the treatment of bone and joint injuries and problems. In addition to reviewing patient's vitals, the technicians must be familiar with the application and removal of casts, splints and braces; as well as the ability to work with and instruct patients in caring for their injuries. A high school diploma or equivalent is required, followed by completion/certification in a Medical Assistant program or Orthopedic Technician program and 2-4 years of related experience. Qualified candidates must be able to work quickly and efficiently to assure patient comfort and satisfaction. Must have a positive attitude and outstanding customer service. Must have knowledge of EMRs (Athena preferred).