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Physician Assistant Manager

Location:
Boerne, Texas, 78006, United States
Posted:
February 13, 2018

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CURRICULUM VITAE

David M Polston, Physician Assistant

***** ****** **, **** **** Ranch, TX 78015

210-***-****

ac4gn8@r.postjobfree.com

Board Certifications: National Certification Committee of Physician Assistants

Professional Licenses/certifications/registrations: BLS (2017), ACLS (2015), ATLS (2017)

Professional Organizations:

Society of Army Physician Assistants

National Certification Committee of Physician Assistants

Civilian Education:

Master of Physician Assistant Studies from University of Nebraska

Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant from University of Nebraska

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from University of Missouri-Rolla

Military Education:

Interservice Physician Assistant Program

Flight Surgeon Course

Tactical Casualty Management Course

Civilian Work Experience: none

Military Assignments: Retired after 20 years of service in US Army. 59 months overseas service with 47 months service in combat zones

Regimental Senior Physician Assistant from Feb ’16 until Dec’17 with 3d Cavalry Regiment in Ft Hood, TX.

Primary Care Manager of over 800 Soldiers aged 18-57 years old

Provide acute, subacute and chronic care with minimal supervision in both stateside garrison and while deployed to austere environments

Perform outpatient procedures including large joint injections, trigger point injections, I&D abscesses, punch biopsies, cryodestruction of skin lesions, suture lesions, properly apply splints, nail removals and wound care

While in deployed environment, perform appropriate interventions for trauma to include thoracotomy, cricothyrotomy, needle decompression, rapid sequence intubation, application of extremity and junctional tourniquets with appropriate fluid management

Supervises and mentors nine Battalion Pas

In charge of outpatient medical clinic in garrison following policies established by Carl R Darnall Army Medical Center

In charge of Role II clinic while deployed which includes trauma, radiology, dental, behavioral health, physical therapy, laboratory, and pharmacy assets

Brigade Senior Physician Assistant from Apr’14 until Jan’16 with 2nd Brigade, 101st DIV (AA), Ft Campbell, KY.

Primary Care Manager of over 800 Soldiers aged 18-57 years old

Provide acute, subacute and chronic care with minimal supervision in both stateside garrison and while deployed to austere environments

Perform outpatient procedures including large joint injections, trigger point injections, I&D abscesses, punch biopsies, cryodestruction of skin lesions, suture lesions, properly apply splints, nail removals and wound care

While in deployed environment, perform appropriate interventions for trauma to include thoracotomy, cricothyrotomy, needle decompression, rapid sequence intubation, application of extremity and junctional tourniquets with appropriate fluid management

Supervises and mentors eight Battalion Pas

In charge of outpatient medical clinic in garrison following policies established by Blanchfield Army Community Hospital

In charge of Role II clinic while deployed which includes trauma, radiology, dental, behavioral health, physical therapy, laboratory, and pharmacy assets

Battalion Aeromedical Physician Assistant from Feb ‘12 until Mar ’14 with the Aviation Brigade, 101st DIV (AA) at Ft Campbell, KY.

Primary Care Manager of over 520-700 Soldiers aged 18-52 years old

Provide acute, subacute and chronic care with minimal supervision in both stateside garrison and while deployed to austere environments

Perform outpatient procedures including large joint injections, trigger point injections, I&D abscesses, punch biopsies, cryodestruction of skin lesions, suture lesions, properly apply splints, nail removals and wound care

While in deployed environment, perform appropriate interventions for trauma to include thoracotomy, cricothyrotomy, needle decompression, rapid sequence intubation, application of extremity and junctional tourniquets with appropriate fluid management

Perform appropriate trauma interventions and patient transfer of unstable intubated patients while in back of Blackhawk helicopter in route to definitive surgical care

Field Artillery Officer from Dec ’97 until Dec ’09. Multiple assignments stateside and overseas, leading small four man teams, serving on multiple levels of military staffs, over one year of Company Command of 116 Soldiers.



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