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Physician Assistant Medical

Arlington, TN, 38002
November 22, 2018

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***** ****** ***** *****● Arlington, TN 38002

662-***-**** (Mobile) ● EDUCATION

Interservice Physician Assistant Program, University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Health Professions

Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies Graduation Date: February 1, 2019 Interservice Physician Assistant Program, University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Health Professions

Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant Studies December 2017 Mississippi State University

College of Health and Life Sciences

Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences May 2014 LICENSURE/CERTIFICATIONS

• National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) Certification Expected: Feb. 2019

• Basic Life Support (BLS) Certified, Expires Sep. 2019

• Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) Certified, Expires Aug. 2020

• Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP) Certification, Expires: Oct. 2020

• Nexplanon Insertion and Removal Trained

• Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Certification Expected: Dec. 2018

• S.T.A.B.L.E. Certification Expected: Dec. 2019

• Security Clearance Level: Secret


• Electronic Medical Records

• IMPAX imagery software

• Arthrex Orthopaedic Systems

• Stryker Endoscopic Camera systems

• Wolf Endoscopic Camera systems

• Dragon Naturally Speaking software


• American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA); Student Member

• Society for Army Physician Assistants (SAPA); Student Member

• Tennessee Academy of Physician Assistants (TAPA); Student Member

• Interservice Physician Assistant Student Association (IPASS); Member

• Mississippi Army National Guard Officer Association; Member

• Mississippi State University Alumni Association; Member

• Adjutant General Corps Regimental Association, Gator Chapter; Member

• Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity; Alumni


• Patient Care Technician University of Mississippi Medical Center

• Assistant Professor of Military Science Millsaps College

• Army Medical Department Recruiter Jackson State University CLINICAL ROTATIONS/PRACTICUM

Family Medicine (6 weeks) January – February 2018; July 2018 Internal Medicine (6 weeks) November 2018 – January 2019 Includes Neurology


Orthopaedics (6 weeks) April – June 2018

Includes Surgery and Physical Therapy

Pediatrics (5 weeks) March – April 2018

Includes Mother Baby Unit

General Surgery (5 weeks) February – March 2018; November 2018 Includes Urology and Gastroenterology

Obstetrics and Gynecology (4 weeks) August – September 2018 Includes Surgery and Labor and Delivery

Otolaryngology (4 weeks) June 2018

Includes Surgery and Allergy

Dermatology (4 weeks) September – October 2018

Psychiatry (3 weeks) August 2018

Emergency Medicine (2 weeks, plus 200 hours) February – November 2018 Optometry (2 weeks) July 2018

Anesthesia Elective (1 week) March 2018

Radiology Elective (1 week) January 2018


• Beta Beta Beta Honors Society– Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS

• Dean’s List – Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS

• President’s List – Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS

• COL Robert L. Manning Achievement Medal – 155th ABCT, Tupelo MS RESEARCH/GRADUATE LITERATURE PRESENTATIONS

• Advancement in Treatment & Prevention of Alpha-1 Anti-trypsin Deficiency- December 2017

• Comparative Embryology: In Vitro Fertilization in Sea Urchins- December 2013 VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

• Habitat for Humanity- Starkville, MS 2010-2014; San Antonio, TX 2016-2017

• Susan G. Koman Foundation via Zeta Tau Alpha Fraternity – Starkville, MS 2010-2014

• St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – Starkville, MS 2010-2014

• Russian Children’s Clinical Hospital – Moscow, Russia 2012 LEADERSHIP

• Brigade Strength Manager –Responsible for accountability of over 4,000 Soldiers, ensuring medical and dental readiness, physical fitness and unit training requirements were met across the Brigade. Briefed Brigade Commander and staff regarding deficiencies and requirements not being met and devised a plan on remediation. During this assignment, was asked to become Brigade Recruiting and Retention officer and increased personnel re-enlistments and transfers by 42% in first 4 months. Earned COL Robert L. Manning Achievement Medal and Army Achievement Medal due to exceptional service and work ethic in support of the upcoming deployment.

• Military Liaison/ Assistant Professor of Military Science - Responsible for recruiting students on 6 different campuses, instructing two Military Sciences courses to Freshman and Sophomores, and coordinating events to represent Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) and the Mississippi Army National Guard (MSARNG) during every season and every sporting event of the year.

• Battalion Human Resources Section Leader – Became the first female in Mississippi assigned to an infantry unit. Led a team of soldiers trained in human resources and personnel readiness in multiple categories of electronics systems and equipment. Ensured that each soldier received adequate training in their field as well as cross training in associated fields and operations. Developed and implemented new programs and policies for the Battalion. Created and documented program maintenance procedures to ensure continuity. During this assignment, also volunteered to become the Battalion Victim Advocate and Sexual Assault/Spouse Abuse Response Coordinator. Led the highest scoring section in task completion times and physical fitness averages across the entire Battalion.

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