Medical Assistants

At Aurora, you're not just a medical assistant. We want  you to be a leader in your role, a trusted medical professional with the skills, experience and certification to earn the respect of your colleagues, strong relationships with providers and a fulfilling career in health care. And when you're a medical assistant with Aurora, you have the best opportunities for the brightest future. 

Teamwork

MA I

Our MAs help patients feel at ease and play a crucial role at any facility by communicating information and providing the services and assistance they require. you will have a meaningful impact on patient care in a variety of specialty areas, working with an integrated team of doctors, nurses, therapists and other caregivers to offer the best possible care for every individual patient. 

MA II 

We recognize the leadership experienced MAs have shown in their role. We value to the teamwork, committee work, preceptorship and the bottom line fact that they're really good at their job. MA IIs demonstrate expertise, which benefits the integrated care team, allowing every caregiver to work at the top of their practice. As an MA II, you'll continue to grow your skills and knowledge, while remaining a trusted voice for our patients and dependable eyes and ears for the physicians. 

MA Lead

Use your skills and expertise in the field to solve complex problems, while serving as a resource, an informal mentor and a preceptor to other medical assistants. 

Meet Lakeisha

Dedicated caregiver and involved mother, Lakeisha shares what its like to be a medical assistant - the engine of the clinic - at Aurora.

Find the Medical Assistant opportunity to start your MA career journey with Aurora.

$2,500 Sign-On Bonus

MAs who join Aurora in select locations* with a 2-year commitment will earn a sign-on bonus. Full-time (.9-1.0 FTE) will receive $2,500 and part-time (.5-.89 FTE) will receive $1,250 on a paycheck following 90 days of employment. 

* Burlington, Calumet, Dodge, Jefferson, Kenosha, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Sheboygan, Walworth, Washington & Waukesha counties, as well as clinics in Northern Illinois.