Hematology Oncology of Indiana is an American Oncology Network, LLC (AON) partner.
AON is an alliance of physicians and veteran healthcare leaders dedicated to ensuring the long-term success and viability of oncology diagnosis and treatment in community-based settings. It is the fastest growing national network of community oncology practices delivering local access to exceptional cancer care.
Launched in 2018, AON’s network has expanded in two years to include more than 140 providers in 15 states. AON serves its expanding network of partner practices by providing over 36 years of proven practice management expertise. Our employees across the country work together to empower physicians to make cancer care better. By driving integrated, collaborative care, we are proudly helping community oncologists deliver the highest quality care to every patient.
Cancer touches everyone. Being able to make a difference in the lives of those fighting this disease is something our employees at AON cherish and never take for granted. A career in oncology offers all sorts of rewards. But working at AON offers employees more than most.
Our group at the Hematology Oncology of Indiana in Indianapolis, IN is searching for a Full Time Medical Assistant to join the team!
Assist physicians with medical procedures in office.
Responsible for phlebotomy, laboratory testing, quality control, instrument troubleshooting, and maintenance.
High School or GED
As required by state where employed
Valid Driver’s License and vehicle for travel to other clinic locations as needed
Previous Experience (including minimum years of experience):
One year experience as a medical assistant in clinic or physician’s office with ability to perform venipuncture preferred.
Analysis & Critical Thinking: Critical thinking skills including solid problem solving, analysis, decision-making, planning, time management and organizational skills. Must be detailed oriented with the ability to exercise independent judgment.
Interpersonal Effectiveness: Developed interpersonal skills, emotional intelligence, diplomacy, tact, conflict management, delegation skills, and diversity awareness. Ability to work effectively with sensitive and confidential material and sometimes emotionally charged matters.
Communication Skills: Good command of the English language. Second language is an asset but not required. Effective communication skills (oral, written, presentation), is an active listener, and effectively provides balanced feedback.
Customer Service & Organizational Awareness: Strong customer focus. Ability to build an engaging culture of quality, performance effectiveness and operational excellence through best practices, strong business and political acumen, collaboration and partnerships, as well as a positive employee, physician and community relations.
Self-Management: Effectively manages own time, conflicting priorities, self, stress, and professional development. Self-motivated and self-starter with ability work independently with limited supervision. Ability to work remotely effectively as required.
Must be able to work effectively in a fast-paced, multi-site environment with demonstrated ability to juggle competing priorities and demands from a variety of stakeholders and sites.
Proficiency in MS Office Word, Excel, Power Point, and Outlook required.
Travel (double click to check relevant box): 0% <25%
Standard Core Workdays/Hours (specify weekends and call requirements): Monday to Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Occasional overtime may be required, and weekend shifts based on location hours and operational needs.