Oviedo, FL *****
Jennifer M. H. Mills
Physician Assistant – Certified (PA-C)
Jan 2006 – Present Individual Ready Reserve, Air Force, current rank Captain Jul 1996 – Jan 2006 Active Duty Air Force, honorable discharge at rank First Lieutenant Professional Experience:
Jun 2017-present Physician Assistant
Primary Duties: Evaluate, diagnose, and treat chronic, acute, and urgent problems in the cardiovascular patient population in the office and in the hospital (Florida Hospital Orlando); critically interpret EKGs, laboratory studies, radiographic studies, and tilt-table testing; prescribe medications, therapy, and dietary and exercise regimens; develop and manage treatment plans; refer to and consult with other specialists; supervise treadmill and nuclear stress testing; patient education. Aug 2016-Jun 2017 Earth/Space Science and Earth/Space Science Honors Teacher Legacy Middle School, Orange County Public Schools Orlando, FL
Primary Duties: Instructed and assessed 7th grade science students. As 7th Grade Science Professional Learning Community Leader, was responsible for developing and implementing the curriculum for all 7th grade science students.
Oct 2010-Jan 2015 Physician Assistant
Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine of Seminole in Association with Nemours (formerly Progressive Pediatrics)
Primary Duties: Evaluated, diagnosed, and treated chronic, acute, and urgent problems for the pediatric patient population, ranging in age from newborn to 18 years; critically interpreted laboratory studies, radiographic studies, and EKGs; prescribed medications, physical therapy, and dietary and exercise regimens; referred to and consulted with specialists; health care maintenance and patient education Jun 2009-Apr 2010 Physician Assistant
Department of Orthopedics, The Cleveland Clinic Lakewood Lakewood, OH
Primary Duties: Conducted daily rounds of in-house orthopedic patients, independently and with surgeons; performed post-operative wound care; wrote daily progress notes; performed suture, staple, catheter, and drain removals; applied and removed dressings and slings; critically interpreted laboratory and radiographic studies; ordered medications and intravenous fluids; consulted with specialists. Performed minor procedures, such as joint aspirations and injections, 2 of 3
casting, splinting, applying traction, and suturing. Performed history and physicals for orthopedic consults and in the Preadmission Testing Department. Provided second assist support in the operating room on an infrequent basis.
Oct 2007-May 2009 Physician Assistant
Jan 2006-May 2007 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Baptist Medical Center Wolfson Children’s Hospital
Primary Duties: Physician extender to neonatologists in a 48-bed level three B NICU; examined, evaluated, diagnosed, and treated chronic, acute, and emergent problems in the neonatal patient population; performed emergency life-saving procedures, such as airway management, chest compressions, and administration of appropriate medications; critically interpreted blood gasses, laboratory studies, and radiographic studies; ordered medications, TPN, IV fluids, ventilator/oscillator changes, and other treatments; performed intubations, peripheral venous and arterial lines, umbilical venous and arterial catheters, and lumbar punctures; attended high-risk deliveries, assessing and treating newborn infants in the delivery room, ascertaining which infants require further observation or admission, and providing resuscitation when necessary; consulted with specialists. Jul 1996 – Jan 2006 Active Duty in the United States Air Force Jan 2002-Jan 2006 Physician Assistant
Tyndall Air Force Base Family Practice Clinic
Tyndall Air Force Base, FL
Primary duties: Examined, evaluated, diagnosed, and treated chronic, acute, and urgent problems; critically interpreted laboratory studies, radiographic studies, and EKGs; prescribed medications, physical therapy, and dietary and exercise regimens; consulted with specialists; perform minor surgical procedures, such as skin biopsies, lipoma excisions, abscess drainage, cryosurgery, and toenail removals; health care maintenance and patient education.
Additional duties: Casualty Management Officer for the base; member of various committees dealing with weapons of mass destruction and nuclear, biological, and chemical (NBC) warfare; counter chemical warfare concept of operations instructor for the medical group; NBC casualty management instructor for the medical group. Assistant Team Chief of the Field Treatment Team
Feb 1997-Dec 1999 Medical Technician and EMT
McClellan Air Force Base, CA
Primary Duties: Responded to 911 medical emergencies; provided BLS pre-hospital care; assisted with minor surgeries; performed procedures such as splinting, casting, suturing, IV placement, and administration of IM and PO medications; reviewed individual records for currency to ensure JCAHO standards were met.
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Jan 2001-Jan 2002: Bachelor of Science, Physician Assistant Studies; United States Interservice Physician Assistant Program, Phase II Accredited by the University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Medicine
Air Force Academy Hospital, USAFA, CO
Completed Physician Assistant clinical training
Degree earned: Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant Studies, GPA 3.632
Jan 2000-Jan 2001: United States Interservice Physician Assistant Program, Phase I Accredited by the University of Nebraska Medical Center, College of Medicine
Army Medical Education Department, Fort Sam Houston, TX Completed Physician Assistant didactic training.
Current Professional Affiliations:
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants, Inc. (NCCPA), certified member Florida Department of Health, Physician Assistant license American Association of Physician Assistants, member Florida Association of Physician Assistants, member Previous Professional Affiliations:
State Medical Board of Ohio, Physician Assistant license American Society of Orthopaedic Physician Assistants, affiliate member Ohio Association of Physician Assistants, member
Society of Air Force Physician Assistants, member