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Air Force Medical

Columbus, Ohio, United States
January 29, 2018

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Randy Lee Jones

**** *** ***** ****

Columbus, Ohio 43229

Telephone: 614-***-****



** ***** ********** ** * Combat Medic, Emergency Room/Pre-Hospital Care Supervisor, Emergency Department Skills Instructor Certifier, Dispatcher, Triage Supervisor, Urgent Care Supervisor, Staff Development Supervisor, Emergency Medical Technician Instructor, Independent Duty Medical Technician. Ambulance Operation Instructor Certifier. Surgery Assisting. Instrument Sterilization ACLS, ATLS, PALS, NALS trained, EKG, Dysrhythmia Interpretation, Phlebotomy, IV insertion/maintenance, wound care using sterile/aseptic technique, suturing to include repair of facial lacerations, splinting, casting, Nasal Gastric Tube Insertion, Enema Administration, Intake and output monitoring, administer oral/inhaled medications, triage, ICD- 9 encoding, EMR, scheduling, referrals, pre-certifications, familiarization with several LAN Systems, Microsoft Office, Word, Spreadsheet Graphics, Lotus, Excel (Computer Nerd)


2010-2017 Team Leader, Rescue Operations, 455th Air Expeditionary Medical Group. Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan. Performed Advanced Trauma Life Support to injured servicemembers in area of operations, transporting them to appropriate medical treatment facilities responsible for care in that region. Supervised, trained and certified personnel in every clinical skill insuring the highest standard of patient care.

2010 Clinical Liason, Protocol and Treatment, Camp Freedom, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba,

Performed record reviews, insuring Geneva Convention and DoD protocols for the care and treatment of enemy patients were followed per regulation. Reported discrepancies to the command staff and to the Department of Defense. Performed supplemental training in Acute, Primary and Emergency Medicine to enlisted staff. Advisor to executive staff for changes in treatment protocols at the local level for that site.

2007-2010 Lead Medic, Urgent Care, Healthcare for Humanity, Phnom-Phen Cambodia

Performed wound care duties to include suturing, bandaging, burn care, casting, splinting

Immunizations, IV therapy, all duties assigned by Physician and/or Nurse.

1993-2007 Independent Duty Medical Technician, 35th Medical Group, Misawa Air Force Base Japan.

Examined, and treated acutely ill and/or injured service members in forward, sometimes hostile locations.

Performed quality assurance testing on food and water sources at these locations, correcting discrepancies or condemning the source.

Performed inspections on latrine and living areas, educating service members on environmental health issues.

Briefed the Commanding Officer on the health and environmental status of the forward location.

Shift Leader, Emergency Services

Supervised and performed all pre-hospital and emergency room functions, servicing a population of 15, 000 service members and their families.

Departmental Skills Certifier.

Certified personnel in phlebotomy, IV therapy, suturing, wound management, Casting, splinting. Advanced Cardiac Life Support, triage and patient record management.

EMS Dispatcher

Responsible for gaining information and directing the appropriate emergency service agencies to respond to 911 calls.

Battle Field First Aid Instructor Certifier,

Provided classroom instruction to non-medical first aid instructors in proper teaching techniques and changes to protocol.

Team Captain, Misawa Medics

1999 Champions of the Pacific Command Battlefield Medics Competition. 54 teams competed.

Non Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) Nursing Staff Development, 5th Medical Group, Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota.

Planned, coordinated, implemented and assisted education programs for 110 Nurses and Medics.

Cost Center Manager. Managed, maintained and procured all office and training equipment within the department on a very tight budget.

NCOIC, Air Transportable Clinic, Cairo Egypt, Operation Desert Storm.

Supervised and rendered medical care to service members suffering battle and non-battle injuries or illnesses sustained during the engagement.

Emergency Room Supervisor, Operation Coral Relief. Handpicked by Command to provide aid to the survivors of Hurricane Andrew. Assisted with the erection of a tent hospital, which became fully functional 3 hours after our arrival. Supervised, assisted and provided care for thousands of disaster victims.

Medical Service Apprentice, Wiesbaden Regional Medical Center, Germany.

Rotated through various clinics and in-patient units within the Medical Center which purpose was to provide one with a rounded education on patient care and treatment.


1997 Senior Non Commissioned Officer Leadership School.

Kadena Air Force Base, Okinawa Japan.


1995-1996 Associates Degree

Major: Applied Sciences

University Of Maryland (Correspondence)

GPA: 3. 60

1994 Non Commissioned Officer Leadership School

Travis Air Force Base, California


1994 Emergency Room Supervisors Course

Air Force School of Health Care Sciences

Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas


1993 Medical Service Specialist School

Air Force School of Health Care Sciences

Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas


1986 Basic Military Training

Lackland Air Force Base, Texas



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