Dr. James Dawn
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My desire is to serve as a Contract Podiatrist. The critical skills that set me apart from other candidates and ensure that I make a positive measureable effect on the first day of employment are as follows:
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
1998 to Present Podiatrist Contractor Senior Medical Officer Attending Physician Inside/Outside the US TCCC SME
Excellent communicational skills
Compiles information quickly
Investigative, scientific, and fact based
Meticulous attention to detail with medical
records and specimens
Personal and professional integrity
Over 23 years experience as a Doctor and
Weight Training Coach
Establishing and adhering to SOP
Proactive and receptive to feedback and
suggestions from patients and staff.
Managed Health Care delivery which includes diagnostics, patient care, laboratory, pharmacology, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), logistics, training, vendor coordination, inventory management, and post mortem examinations.
Performed surgical procedures including podiatric, driven by the needs and diagnosis of the patient.
Attending Physician responsible for creation of medical clinics and logistics chain development strategy.
Responsible for internal patient population ranging from 150 to 3,500.
Managed 25 subordinates through training, maintaining credentials, and performance review.
Mass Casualty Exercises training in lieu of potential mass casualty catastrophes for medical and non-medical staff on guidelines of triage, operational functions, and hospital transport guidelines.
Medical Projects Research and Development (R&D)
One of a few providers who interfaced with the DEA and received DEA International Controlled Medications Export/Import Credentials for controlled substance pharmaceuticals.
Dedicated to excellent customer service for my patients and creating a positive team oriented environment for my staff.
Directed and implemented system delivery of clinical preventative and ambulatory needs.
Monitored, interfaced with medical supply vendors and created an inventory tracking system.
Presented monthly budget reports and interfaced with Executive Project Management for clinical, cost savings strategies, and policy changes to implement the company’s strategic goals.
Medical Officer, for Client FEMA Hurricane Katrina Disaster effort in Louisiana and Texas.
Executive level meetings for strategic clinical, cost savings, and policy recommendations
Forward thinking problem solver
Nurturing approach including training and in-
services to patients, staff, management, and
Started and established Total Health Care
clinics, including Podiatry clinics, labs, fitness coach, and pharmacies in austere
Maintained strict inventory control with
systematic audits twice a week.
Dedication to Quality Control
Dr. James Dawn
1775 W State ST #299 Boise, ID 83702 firstname.lastname@example.org 406-***-**** Page 2 of 3
2000 to Present Contractor Bound by Non-Disclosure Agreement
Attending Physician, TCCC Subject Matter Expert
1995 to Present Private Practice MT
General Podiatric Medicine, Weight Training Coach PUBLICATIONS
“Chronic Neuritis Following Series Dosing of Tetanus Toxoid Injections”, 12/96
“Biomechanical Treatment of the Multiple Sclerosis Patient”, completed 6/95
“Determination of Average Subtalar Joint Position in Resting Calcaneal Stance Position”, completed 5/95
“Epidemiology Comparison of Bell County and the State of Texas Using Rate per 100,000 Population”, 3/91
“Synthesis and Radio labeling of Precursor Compounds 1,1-Bis(4-hydroxyphenyl)2- phenylethylene and 1,1,2-Tris(4-hydroxyphenyl)ethylene used in Estrogen Receptor Cancer Studies”, 12/90
Temple College, Temple, TX
Medical Laboratory Technology Program, Associate of Applied Science Degree August 1989 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, Belton, TX
Bachelor of Science Degree June 1991
California College of Podiatric Medicine (CCPM), San Francisco, CA Doctor of Podiatric Medicine Degree May 1995
National Boards Podiatric Medicine Part I July 1993 National Boards Podiatric Medicine Part II March 1995 Podiatric Residency Program, CCPM June 1997
LICENSE AND CERTIFICATIONS
Department of Energy, Argonne National Laboratory SERS Project Team
Operational Emergency Medical Skills (Tactical Combat Casualty Care, TCCC or TC3)
Deployment Medicine Operators Course (TCCC or TC3)
Basic Life Support Provider (BLS)
Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Provider (ACLS)
Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider (PALS)
NPI # 149*******
Montana State Medical License, DEA Licensed Health Care Provider
Medical Laboratory Technologist License, American Society of Clinical Pathologists (ASCP), License Number MLT-10733
Dr. James Dawn
1775 W State ST #299 Boise, ID 83702 email@example.com 406-***-**** Page 3 of 3
References Provided Upon Establishment Of Mutual Interest.