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Physician Assistant Customer Service

Location:
Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, United States
Posted:
August 27, 2018

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JOHN GHEE, PA-C

706-***-**** (c) *** Boyer Rd

ac6txg@r.postjobfree.com Cheltenham, PA 19012

OBJECTIVE

Recently graduated Certified Physician Assistant, with combat and Emergency Medical Services experience. Completed preceptorships in emergency medicine, both adult and pediatric, internal medicine, and surgery.

Seeking full-time employment that is team-oriented, high stress, and requires critical thinking; preferably in the field of emergency medicine, primary care, and/or urgent care.

EDUCATION

2015 - 2018 DREXEL UNIVERSITY, Philadelphia, PA

Master of Science - Health Science, Physician Assistant Studies (March, 2018)

Academic Highlights:

Achievement Award

Clinical Rotations:

Emergency Medicine 5 weeks Lower Keys Medical Center; Key West, FL

OBGYN 5 weeks CamCare; Camden, NJ

Behavioral Medicine 5 weeks Belmont Inpatient Psychiatric; Philadelphia, PA

Pediatrics (Emergency) 5 weeks St. Christopher’s Children Hospital, Phila.,PA

Surgery 5 weeks Lankenau Medical Hospital; Phila., PA

Internal Medicine (Hem/Onc) 5 weeks Lankenau Medical Hospital; Phila., PA

Practicuum -Family Medicine 11 weeks Dr. Gary Cooperstein; Lionsville, PA

Practicuum-Emergency Medicine 10 weeks Nazareth Hospital; Phila., PA

Proficient with:

Obtaining patient history and physical examination, operating room procedures, surgical suturing, venipuncture, arterial blood draws, abscess incision and drainage, placement of NG tubes, placement of urinary catheters, obtaining and interpreting EKGs, pelvic examinations with culture collections, casting and splinting, wound closure with sutures and dermabond, aseptic and isolation techniques.

Experience with:

Cerner, Athena HealthNet, Epic, Soarian, Medhost, and ECW Electronic Medical Record software, surgical first assist in vascular, orthopedics, general and OB/GYN surgical, ultrasound guided central and peripheral arterial line placement, bone marrow aspiration/core sampling, removal of ocular foreign bodies, intubation, cardiac defibrillation and cardioversion, lumbar puncture, dislocation and fracture reductions.

2013 - 2014 Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA

Prerequisites for PA Program– Health Science (August 2014)

Academic Highlights:

Graduating GPA 3.8, Dean’s list (multiple awards)

Active member of the Drexel Veterans Association

2010 - 2010 EMT Program, Charleston, SC

Certification – National Registry of EMT (NREMT)

1998 - 2002 The Citadel, Charleston, SC

Bachelor of Arts – Criminal Justice

EMPLOYMENT

2010 - 2012 Emergency Medical Technician - Basic

Stat Ambulance Company, Charleston, SC

Worked as Basic Life Support Provider to assess, treat, and transport patients with medical or trauma emergencies. Assessed patient care needs, prioritizes treatment, and maintains patient flow. Developed and honed patient assessment skills based on patient's signs and systems leading to immediate treatment plan. Documented patient information obtained from interviews. Implemented infection control procedures. Maintained patient privacy and confidential information. Ensured patient safety and well-being of all patient.

2009 – 2010 New Equipment Instructor

Department of Defense, Afghanistan

Worked as an Instructor, and Installer of a large-scale surveillance program. Managed the BETSS-C program for more than 20 Afghanistan bases, liaison with Raytheon and Army Communications and Electronics Command (CECOM). Coordinated and conducted installation and training of highly technical surveillance and targeting systems to deployed Soldiers under the BETSS-C Program. Created custom curriculum covering BETSS-C systems operation. Provided detailed After Action Reports(AARs) to project management to improve overall project efficiency, and customer service.

2002 – 2008 Infantry Officer

United States Army

Ft. Benning, GA, Jul 2006 - Jul 2008

Battalion Personnel Officer

• Served as The Personnel Officer of an Airborne Infantry Battalion composed of 250 Soldiers.

• Responsible for the supervision of the battalion personnel service center consisting of

five human resource clerks

• Served as the command's representative for all media coverage and inquiries

• Responsible for the over sight of all human resource actions for the organization

• Served as primary planner and coordinator for many unit level events, as wells as events for

Ft. Benning and the Columbus, Ga Community

Ft. Benning, GA, Mar 2006 - Jul 2006

Company Executive Officer

• Served as second in command of a company composed of 224 Soldiers, and military

equipment valued over $40 million

• Responsible for the maintenance, accountability, logistical support of all Soldiers, and equipment

• Advised the commander on all matters, to include tactical sustainment and maintenance

readiness

• Assisted commander in ensuring the overall readiness of all Soldiers and their families

• Responsible for reestablishing accountability of all men, weapons, and equipment after

re-deploying from Iraq

• Responsible for planning and coordinating resources for combat readiness training

• Established a tracking system which allowed all assigned equipment to remain mission ready

at all times

Iraq, Aug 2005 - Mar 2006

Mortar Platoon Leader

• Served as Platoon Leader accountable for an infantry mortar platoon consisting of 28

Soldiers and equipment valued over $3 million.

• Responsible for the training, readiness, morale, welfare, and discipline of the Soldiers

under his command

• Advised the commander on all matters, to include tactical sustainment and

maintenance readiness

• Led over 50 combat patrols and several mortar missions during the first democratic elections of the

Iraqi Government

• Responsible for advising and training of the local Iraqi Army and Police

• Conducted several joint patrols with the local Iraqi Army

Ft. Benning, Ga/Iraq, Aug 2002 - Aug 2005

Rifle Platoon Leader

• Served as Platoon Leader accountable for an infantry rifle platoon consisting of 42

Soldiers and equipment valued over $8 million.

• Advised the commander on all matters, to include tactical sustainment and

maintenance readiness

• Responsible for the training, readiness, morale, welfare, and discipline of the Soldiers

under my command

• Ensured unit was ready to deploy anywhere in the world within 72 hours and ready to

execute their mission

• Deployed unit to Iraq in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom

Led over 200 combat patrols to secure and defend an area roughly the size of Delaware; routinely engaged by the enemy with small arms fire, indirect fire and rocket attacks, and improvised explosive devices (IEDs)

• Conducted several joint patrols with the local Iraqi Army

Achievements

• Bronze Star Medal recipient

• US Army Commendation Medal recipient

• US Army Achievement Medal recipient

• US Army Airborne Qualified

• Combat Infantryman Veteran

• US Army Ranger

Honorably discharged at rank of Captain, O3.

LICENSES / CERTIFICATIONS

2018 NCCPA Certification (4/26/2018)

2018 (pending) Pennsylvania Physician Assistant State License

2016 Advanced Cardiac Life Support – American Heart Association

2016 Basic Life Support (CPR & AED) – American Heart Association

2010 National Registry of EMTs

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

2015 AAPA (American Academy of Physician Assistants)

2015 PSPA (Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants)

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

2016 Drexel University Physician Assistant Program

Philadelphia, PA

Volunteered under multiple positions. Philly Restart – Distribution of food, and water to homeless of Philadelphia. Veteran Health Day/ Philadelphia Jazz Festival – Provided health screening for local community by conducting blood pressure, and blood glucose checks. Provided community with additional health related educational material. Highlight: Awarded Scholarship from CVS for Community Service, and Volunteer work.

2013 National Wheelchair Games

Philadelphia, PA

Assisted in preparing equipment for participants, securing participants on bus for transportation from one event location to another, loading and unloading participants from buses, and basic needs- Water, moving from one wheelchair to another, lifting participants.

2011 Red Cross, Disaster Relief

Tuscaloosa, AL

Volunteered with American red cross to provide aide to communities affected by tornado disaster in Alabama. Assisted in debris removal, local resupply- taking food, water, and shelter supplies to locals that were displaced by the tornadoes, school supply recovery- recovering children’s books, supplies, equipment, and computer's from a school that was destroyed to a new building where classes would be held, supply organization - working in a FEMA warehouse to unload trailers, separate goods, repackage, and ship goods out to storm ravaged areas.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2009 – 2010 New Equipment Instructor

Department of Defense, Afghanistan

Responsible for training, and certification under Department of Defense on installation of highly technical surveillance and targeting systems to deployed Soldiers under the BETSS-C Program. Created custom curriculum covering BETSS-C systems operation. Provided detailed After Action Reports(AARs) to project management to improve overall project efficiency, and customer service.

ACTIVITIES / HOBBIES

Weight training and exercise

Hiking, camping, and fishing

Cooking

Travel (South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Germany)

Spending time with my family in any of the above

References, and /or Letters of Recommendation upon request



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