We focus on making the disabled self-reliant. To that end, it is involved with education, vocational training, finding employment, providing aids/appliances, prevention activities, medical treatment, spreading awareness, organizing sports, and giving recognition, for physically- and mentally-challenged children and adults
Medical assistants complete administrative and clinical tasks in the offices of physicians, podiatrists, chiropractors, and other health practitioners. Their duties vary with the location, specialty, and size of the practice.
Medical assistants typically do the following:
• Take patient history and measure vital signs
• Help the physician with patient examinations
• Give patient injections as directed by the physician
• Schedule patient appointments
• Prepare blood for laboratory tests
Electronic health records (EHRs) are changing medical assistants' jobs. More and more physicians are adopting EHRs, moving all their patient information online. Assistants need to learn the EHR software that their office uses.
Medical assistants take and record patients’ personal information. They must be able to keep that information confidential and discuss it only with other medical personnel who are involved in treating the patient.
Medical assistants should not be confused with physician assistants, who examine, diagnose, and treat patients under a physician's supervision. For more information, see the profile on physician assistants.
In larger practices or hospitals, medical assistants may specialize in either administrative or clinical work. Administrative medical assistants often fill out insurance forms or code patients’ medical information. Some assistants buy and store supplies and equipment for the office.
Clinical medical assistants have different duties, depending on the state where they work. They may do basic laboratory tests, dispose of contaminated supplies, and sterilize medical instruments. They might have additional responsibilities, such as instructing patients about medication or special diets, preparing patients for X rays, removing stitches, drawing blood, or changing dressings. Some medical assistants specialize in a specific type of medical office.
Ophthalmic medical assistants and optometric assistants help ophthalmologists and optometrists, respectively, provide eye care. They show patients how to insert, remove, and care for contact lenses. Ophthalmic medical assistants also may help an ophthalmologist in surgery.
Podiatric medical assistants work closely with podiatrists (foot doctors). They may make castings of feet, expose and develop x rays, and help podiatrists in surgery.
Medical assistants give health care a human touch
Medical assistants are instrumental in helping patients feel at ease in the doctor's office and often explain the physician's instructions. If you have good communication skills and are often appreciated for your caring manner, then you might be well suited for a career in medical assisting.
Health Care & Hospitality
The Organization has extended health-care facilities to the poor and needy people in collaboration with Public Hospital, Dr. Mrs. Kalpana Srivastava, Senior Gynecologist and Mrs. Dr. Abha Choudhry have extended their valuable services to the maternity and gynecology patients. We are very much in debited for their day and night services. So far, the organization extended help to nearly 3000 patients including patients in critical condition belonging to different communities. This is possible only with the help of our sincere doctor’s nurses and other associated hospital staff. Patients helped so far:
Health & Development
A number of our past initiatives have been the first in their field and built paths for others to follow. We have been pioneers in family programmes, community programmes, control of HIV / AIDS and substance abuse. We have given priority to the underdeveloped areas in the Darbhanga Ararria, Kishan Ganj, Mdhubani, Sitamarhi Rural belt and are presently focusing our efforts in areas like Jamalpur, Kiratpur, Ghanshyampur Darbhanga Bihar and the Delhi NCR, Utrakhand , UP, Jharkhand States.
We stay in tune with changes and transitions in the issue of public health with its emerging needs and challenges. In response to these transitions, we have set up three separate desks, to address specialized areas of concern more comprehensively. These are:
- AIDS Desk
- Women's’ Desk
- Urban Poor