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Physician Assistant Medical

Richardson, Texas, United States
February 14, 2018

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The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center – Dallas, Texas (2015 – 2017) Master of Physician Assistant Studies

Graduate Studies Project: A Collection of Five Patient Oriented Evidence that Matters Clemson University – Clemson, South Carolina (2010 – 2014) Bachelor of Science, Biology

Minor, Psychology

Cum Laude


Texas Physician Assistant License (Licensed on January 31, 2018) Physician Assistant National Certification (Certified on November 28, 2017) Basic Disaster Life Support (September 2017 – September 2020) Advanced Cardiac Life Support (July 2016 – July 2018) Basic Life Support (June 2016 – June 2018)


Emergency Room Scribe, Elite Medical Scribes – Greenville, South Carolina (2014 – 2015) Worked approximately 1,000 hours as a medical scribe alongside physicians and physician assistants in the emergency department. Transcribed each patient encounter to complete their electronic medical record. Performed general assessments on patients, transcribed codes, and discussed diagnostic studies. Clemson Free Clinic Volunteer – Clemson, South Carolina (2014 – 2015) Clemson Free Clinic serves underprivileged residents of Upstate South Carolina by providing quality free medical care and pharmaceuticals. Volunteered approximately 100 hours, and performed patient support duties such as triage, charting, and medication coordination.


Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants Student Member (2017) Mortar Board (2013 – 2014)

Sigma Alpha Lambda Honor Society (2011 – 2014)

Golden Key (2011 – 2014)

Alpha Epsilon Delta Pre-Professional Health Society (2011 – 2014) CLINICAL ROTATIONS

Cardiology – Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital– Dallas, Texas (10/09/17 – 11/01/17)

Responsible for gathering patient history and performing complete cardiac exams, providing patient education, interpreting EKGs, developing assessments and plans, and presenting patients to the attending physician. Saw patients in both the inpatient setting, as well as the outpatient setting.

Observed placement of a LINQ cardiac monitoring device, transcatheter aortic valve replacements, heart catheterizations, and rotablation.

Assisted in one STEMI Rapid Response.

EMR: Epic



Dermatology – North Texas Dermatology – Richardson, Texas (09/11/17 – 10/06/17)

Responsible for assisting with full body skin exams, problem-focused visits, interpretation of diagnostic studies, patient education, and development of assessments and plans.

Procedures performed: cryotherapy, simple interrupted/subcuticular/running sutures, shave biopsies, punch biopsies, excisional biopsies, electrodessication and curettage, incision and drainage, and skin tag removal; Observed: Botox injections.

Attended pharmaceutical informational programs about acne and psoriasis treatment options.

Interacted with several pharmaceutical representatives and learned about how the efficacy and safety of their products compare with other similar products in the treatment of dermatological conditions.

EMR: Amazing Charts

Psychiatry – Zale Lipshy University Hospital – Dallas, Texas (07/17/17 – 07/28/17) Parkland Hospital Emergency Room – Dallas, Texas (07/03/17 – 07/14/17)

Responsible for interviewing and evaluating patients, completing patient charts, collecting collateral, formulating assessments and plans, interpreting lab results, performing Mini Mental Status Exams and Montreal Cognitive Assessments, and coordinating patient care with social workers.

Observed electroconvulsive therapy at Zale Lipshy University Hospital.

Attended an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting to increase awareness of challenges faced by those who struggle with substance abuse and addiction.

EMR: Epic

Pediatrics – Mi Doctor Pediatrics – Dallas, Texas (05/22/17 – 06/30/17)

Responsible for performing well-child checks, problem-focused visits, developmental screening, providing patient education and anticipatory guidance, developing assessments and plans, and interpreting diagnostic studies.

Procedures performed: cryotherapy, tympanometry, spirometry, rapid strep tests, removal of staples, and ear lavage.

Completed a Child Abuse Training Day, with time spent at both the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center and Children’s Medical Center At Risk Children Center.

EMR: eClinicalWorks

Obstetrics/Gynecology – MacArthur OB/GYN – Irving, Texas (05/01/17 – 05/19/17) Clements University Hospital – Dallas, Texas (04/10/17 – 04/28/17)

Responsible for prenatal visits, postnatal visits, problem-focused visits, annual exams, pelvic exams, breast exams, cervical dilation checks, interpretation of fetal biophysical profiles, contraceptive counseling, fertility counseling, and patient education.

Procedures performed: pap smears; assisted in: colposcopies, LEEP procedures, hysteroscopy procedures, caesarian deliveries, vaginal deliveries, and intrauterine device/implantable birth control placement; scrubbed into laparoscopic and total abdominal hysterectomies, salpingectomies, salpingo-oophorectomies, dilation and curettage procedures, cone biopsies, circumcisions, and vaginal vault/sling procedures.

EMR: Epic

Infectious Disease – Clements University Hospital – Dallas, Texas (02/27/17 – 03/24/17)

Responsible for pre-rounding/rounding, daily progress notes, gathering history and performing physical exams, interpreting diagnostic studies, and developing assessments and plans.

Attended weekly lectures and microbiology plate rounds with the Infectious Disease physicians, physician assistants, fellows, residents, and other students.

EMR: Epic

Internal Medicine – Zale Lipshy University Hospital – Dallas, Texas (01/30/17 – 02/24/17) Clements University Hospital – Dallas, Texas (01/02/17 – 01/27/17)

Responsible for pre-rounding/rounding, completing daily progress notes, writing discharge summaries and discharge instructions, collecting patient history, performing physical exams, placing orders, interpreting diagnostic studies, and calling consult services.

Procedures performed: observed hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis, and Doppler ultrasounds.

Attended daily lectures and conferences hosted by Internal Medicine physicians and physician assistants.

EMR: Epic



Emergency Medicine – Clements University Hospital – Dallas, Texas (11/21/16 – 12/16/16)

Responsible for collecting history and evaluating patients, performing neurologic exams and assessing GCS, placing orders, performing pelvic exams, interpreting diagnostic studies, formulating assessments and plans, and dressing wounds.

Procedures performed: incision and drainage, laceration repair with simple interrupted and subcuticular sutures, fecal occult stool tests, gathered wound cultures, and assisted in joint reduction and ACLS protocols and codes.

EMR: Epic

Surgery (Colorectal) – Parkland Hospital – Dallas, Texas (10/24/16 – 11/18/16)

Responsible for pre-rounding/rounding, gathering history and evaluating patients, interpreting diagnostic studies, writing daily progress notes, providing patient education, and performing digital rectal exams.

Patients seen in pre-op, operating room, post-op, and colorectal clinic.

Procedures performed: tightening of Setons for anal fistulas, anoscopy, NG tube placement, incision and drainage, suturing, and Foley catheter placement.

Surgeries included hemorrhoidectomy, laparoscopic and open sigmoidectomy, lower anterior resection, rectopexy, ileostomy, ileostomy takedown, rectal dilation, open cholecystectomy, exploratory laparoscopy, fistulotomy, surgical destruction of condyloma, and anal polyp removal.

EMR: Epic

Family Medicine – Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas – Dallas, Texas (08/29/16 – 10/21/16)

Responsible for seeing patients independently, completing patient charts, writing prescriptions, managing acute and chronic diseases, performing physical exams, well exams, pelvic exams, breast exams, interpreting laboratory results, referring patients to specialists, and providing patient education.

Procedures performed: pap smears, rapid strep tests, skin tag removal, and incision and drainage.


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