Michael Health Combat Veteran, Care Systems Albino U.S. Army Management Non-Commissioned Professional Officer and Instructor firstname.lastname@example.org com Core Skills & Qualifications
SOP Writing and Creation Training Management Systems Medical Supervision Emergency Medical Care Tactical Medical Operations Accredited Instructor Process Improvement Management Unified Medical Records Systems HIPPA Audit Management Administrative Management Application Systems Administrator Health Management Systems Windows server helpdesk support IT Linux media asset HMS Accomplishments
Representative to Unit Practice Council for Department of Emergency Management.
Medical Non-Commissioned Officer for State of the Union Address
Sole medical professional responsible for establishment of real-time medical readiness for 850 people
Created over 35 different Standard Operating Procedures
Performed as lead application administrator for organization
Trained over 20 medics to qualification standards on multiple training management systems
While ER shift leader, reduced manpower requirements by realigning personnel for better systems efficacy
Oversaw emergency department during consolidation into a new operational building U.S. Army Non-Commissioned Officer
Systems Technician Apr 2018 – Present
Colorado National Guard – Colorado Springs, CO
Served as the emergency care manager to logistically prepare for medical readiness, triage, treatment and evacuation. Job Responsibilities: Served as lead systems technician for UMR and Health Management Systems in support of over 700 personnel; supervised unit administrators to include submission of metrics reports; identified anomalous data in various integrated personnel management systems and corrected to retain audit compliance; superuser for fourteen integrated systems. Emergency Care Manager Dec 2015 – Dec 2017
Headquarters Battalion – Killeen, TX
Served as the emergency care manager to logistically prepare for medical readiness, triage, treatment and evacuation. Job Responsibilities: Assist with National Training Center for preparedness operations; lead application administrator for Health Management Systems; senior emergency care technician for live fire operations and training; provide advanced leadership during prolonged executive leadership absences; training incoming medical personnel on incident procedures and process. Shift Manager – Department of Emergency Medicine Jul 2013 – Dec 2015 USA MEDDAC FT Carson – Colorado Springs, CO
Serves as a shift manager for a twenty four bed emergency department serving a community of 172,000 individuals. Supervises and provides emergency care to critically ill and injured patients within the department of emergency medicine Job Responsibilities: Determine department direction for operations and care initiatives; assist physicians with emergency procedures and treatments; administer basic life support (BLS) including emergency triage, IV therapy, wound care, lab specimen collection and control, and cardiac monitoring; assist incoming ambulatory paramedics with triage and transfer of care; train incoming medical professionals on department operations and orientation; draft and prepare numerous standard operating procedures for emergency department, hospital safety, and process efficacy. Operations Healthcare Readiness Manager Jul 2012 – Jul 2013 Headquarters Battalion – U.S. Army; Republic of Korea Forward treatment manager providing healthcare readiness and tactical operations emergency delivery to all soldiers within region. Sr. Emergency Medical Technician – Department of Emergency Medicine Jul 2011 – Jul 2012 FT Belvoir Community Hospital – Fairfax County, VA Served as the lead emergency medical systems technician in the level three emergency medical services department. Supervised over twenty individuals and the process for providing assistance to 36,000 individuals. Training and Readiness Officer Nov 2009 – Jul 2011 Walter Reed Army Medical Facility – Washington D.C. Served as the training and readiness officer overseeing training requirements, compliance, and instruction for over 850 soldiers.