Medical Assistant - Nashville, TN

Diana Health
Nashville, TN
Post Date:
February 21, 2024
Job Status:

About Diana Health

Diana Health is a network of modern women’s health practices working in partnership with hospitals to reimagine the maternity and women’s healthcare experience. We are restructuring the traditional approach to care to create an experience that is good for patients and good for providers. We do that by combining a tech-enabled, wellness-focused care program that women love with a clinical system that helps us drive continuous quality improvement and ensure work-life balance for our care team. We work with clients across all life stages to empower and support them to live happier, healthier, more fulfilling lives. With strong collaborative care teams; passionate administrators and a significant investment in operational support, Diana Health providers are well-supported to bring their very best to the work they love.


We are looking for Medical Assistants passionate about delivering patient-centered care and supporting an interdisciplinary care team in a busy women’s health practice. You will play an important role in maintaining smooth day-to-day practice operations in addition to managing a range of clinical and administrative responsibilities. The ideal candidate is excited about the opportunity to help shape the patient experience for women and their families as we open our first office.

What you’ll do

  • Support provider workflows to ensure smooth clinic operations:

    • Room patients, including taking vital signs and ensuring intake information is correctly listed in patient charts

    • Turnover rooms at the end of visits, including cleaning and sterilizing equipment after use

    • Support providers during in-office gynecological procedures

  • Assist with drawing and interpretation of patient labs, including:

    • Blood draws

    • Point-of-care (POC) tests (e.g. UPT, COVID, influenza, glucose, etc.)

    • Vaccine administration

  • Support operational processes to ensure a clean and high-functioning space:

    • Review inventory and ensure adequate medical supplies 

    • Stock exam rooms and procedure rooms with medical supplies, linens, etc.

    • Support with medical records management

    • Assist with light housekeeping duties


  • Bachelor's degree OR a High School Diploma/GED and 2+ years relevant experience in the healthcare field

  • CMA and phlebotomy certified

  • Knowledge of medical terminology

  • Strong computer skills and familiarity with EMRs


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