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Medical Assistant

Location:
Huntsville, Alabama, United States
Posted:
August 24, 2018

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JASMINE BLANC

**** ***. #* ******** ***** Huntsville, AL 35805 ac6soh@r.postjobfree.com 347-***-****

EDUCATION

Basic Sciences at University of Medicine and Health Sciences; August 2013-August 2015

Brooklyn College, City University of New York; Graduation date: May 2010

Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry

Loma Linda University: School of Religion; Graduation date: May 2012

Master of Arts in Clinical Ministry

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE

Wildwood Lifestyle Center, Wildwood, Georgia; Lifestyle Coach, May 2017- Current

The Lifestyle Coach is directly responsible for the progress of his/her guest through education and accountability, encouraging them to be proactive

To manage the daily program of Lifestyle guests under the direction of the medical practioner

Communicating lifestyle change objectives and treatments to their guests

Brooklyn Eye & Diabetes Center, Brooklyn, New York; Medical Technician, October 2016-January 2017

Provide assistance to physicians by obtaining medical histories from patients, chief complaint, and ocular pressure values using Tonometry & Pachymetry

Measure patients’ visual acuity using Snellen chart, evaluate patients for Afferent Pupillary Defect

Administer eye medications

Prepare patients for visual procedures, such as LPI laser surgery, SLT laser surgery, Anterior & Posterior Capsulotomy, Avastin Injection and more

Administer diagnostic tests including Autorefraction, Visual field, A/B Scan, OCT of the nerve and macula, Photos of the nerve/disc, Topography, VEP, ERG and more

Kettering Medical Center, Kettering, Ohio; Chaplain Resident (Completion of 3 CPE units), August 2012-June 2013

●Lead with consistent work ethic, positive attitude, and professionalism in order to minister to patients of various faiths in promotion of a faith-based counseling environment

●Apply culturally competent principles and strategies to provide spiritual comfort to patients, families, and staff during various stages of life and in various settings through counsel and prayer

●On-call visitation upon patient or staff request

●Provide patient care that is compassionate, appropriate and effective for the promotion of spiritual and emotional health

Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California; Graduate Assistant, December 2010-June 2012

●Assist with secretarial work, filing documents and directing students to their designated offices

●Provide administrative support to assigned projects and programs as directed by professors

PROFESSIONAL/INTERNSHIP EXPERIENCE

University of Medicine and Health Sciences, South Portland, Maine; Medical Student, May 2015-August 2015

●Completed full course in Clinical Medical Laboratory Skills II

●Trained in procedural skills including but not limited to Arterial Puncture, Breast Examination, Electrocardiogram, Endotracheal Intubation, Injection Techniques, Intravenous Catheter Placement, Mini-Mental State Examinations, Ophthalmologic Examinations, Peak Flow Testing, Pelvic Examination, PPD Skin Testing, Testicular and Prostate Examination, Venipuncture, and Vital Signs

Kings County Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY; Academic Associate, Fall 2009-June 2010

Enroll all trauma patients presenting to Critical Care and Trauma area (CCT) into the Trauma Database

Enroll eligible patients into a randomized trial to determine the efficacy of intensive glycemic control to achieve recovery of Beta Cell Function and remission in newly diagnosed Type 2 Diabetes.

Record the blood alcohol level and routine laboratory testing in patients with presumptive alcohol intoxication

Brooklyn College CUNY, Brooklyn, NY; Research Student, August 2008-June 2009

●Mycology lab directed by Dr. Lipke at Brooklyn College, focused on the use of Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a model organism to uncover the essential genes that affect cell wall integrity

Columbia University, New York, NY; Research Student, June 2008-August 2008

●Conducted independent research in Dr. Ira Tabas’s cardiovascular laboratory in the department of Cellular and Molecular Biology

●Studied the phagocytic efficiency of macrophages derived from monocytes in the different stages of atherosclerosis

SKILLS/CERTIFICATIONS

●CPR certification

●Advanced skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint

●Second Languages: French, Haitian Creole



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