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Medical Physician Assistant

Chicago, Illinois, United States
December 09, 2018

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Katelyn Rose, PA-C, *

Katelyn Rose, PA-C

**** *. ******** *** #***, Chicago, IL, 60605



• Master of Medical Science, Physician Assistant Studies, o Nova Southeastern University, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, August 17th, 2018 - Honors

• Master of Public Health

o Nova Southeastern University, Ft/ Lauderdale, Florida, in progress

• Bachelor of Science, Cell and Molecular Biology, o University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, December 2015, Magna Cum Laude, Dean’s list Spring 2013-Fall 2015, Sophomore Honors, elected as member of Phi Beta Kappa Society Fall 2015 Personal Certifications

• State of Illinois Professional License Dec 1, 2018 – March 1, 2020

• Physician Assistant Sept 20, 2018 – Dec 31, 2028

• Basic Life Support June 2017 – June 2019

• Advanced Cardiac Life Support June 2017 – June 2019

• Pediatric Advanced Life Support June 2017 – June 2019 Electronic Medical Records Utilized During Clinical Rotations

• AllScripts

• Cerner

• Care360

• eMedRec

• Emedpractice

• Meditouch

• AthenaHealth

• eClinicalWorks 2

• Epic

Clinical Rotation Experiences

• Orthopedic Surgery 7/23/18 to 8/14/18

o Dr. Gregory Gilot at Cleveland Clinic

o Treated new or existing non-surgical patients with rotator cuff tendonitis, impingement, epicondylitis, bursitis, and various knee strains. Assisted with cases such as shoulder repair, reverse shoulder repair, arthroscopic rotator cuff repair, ACL replacement, partial and total knee replacement, ORIF of the humerus, and total hip replacement o Skills: orthopedic physical examinations, treatment plans, surgical assist, corticosteroid injections in the knee, subcutaneous interrupted suture, running intradermal suture, wound care, and operating arthroscope

• Urgent Care 6/18/18 to 7/20/18

o Various physicians/PAs at Express Docs Urgent Care o 12-hour shifts with various providers. Managed complaints such as sinusitis, gastritis, cerumen impactions, lacerations, abscesses, shortness of breath, asthma exacerbations, foreign bodies in the eyes/ears/nose, chest pain, and cellulitis. Created treatment plans for patients with provider approval o Skills: simple interrupted suture, incision and drainage, nebulizer treatments with ipratropium and/or albuterol, stapling, fluorescein staining, EKGs, wound care, splinting, and suture/staple removal

• Psychiatry 5/24/18 to 6/12/18

o Various physicians at Compass Health System

o Performed initial screening on new and established patients. Elicited a history and performed accurate documentation. Screened for depression. Performed mini mental status exams. Observed consultations at the medical marijuana clinic on site

o Skills: documentation and managing difficult patients

• Obstetrics and Gynecology 5/7/18 to 5/23/18

o Dr. Mitchell Grabois at Aventura OBGYN Associates o Observed interactions regarding concerns such as dysfunctional uterine bleeding, vaginal bleeding while pregnant, PMS, PMDD, and obstetrical visits. Assisted with procedures such as IUD insertion/removal, MySure myomectomy, NovaSure endometrial ablation, hysteroscopy, and colposcopy. First assisted with a cesarean section o Skills: assisting with pap smears and STD testing, obtaining fetal heart tones, and measuring fundal height Katelyn Rose, PA-C, 2

• General and Emergency Pediatric Medicine 3/26/18 to 5/4/18 o Dr. Mario Zambrano at Sunlife Pediatric Network

o Performed general physicals or treating acute or chronic conditions. 12 hour shifts at pediatric emergency department at Homestead Hospital for fever, gastritis, seizures, orthopedic injuries, sinusitis, etc o Skills: examining newborns and infants and Wood’s lamp exams

• Internal Medicine – Pulmonology 2/12/18 to 3/23/18 o Dr. Frank Hull at Broward Pulmonary and Sleep Specialists o Saw new and follow up patients in the office, performed rounds, and assisted with bronchoscopies. Saw critical patients in the ICU, CVICU, RCU, and CCU. Watched multiple thoracostomies and thoracentesis with pigtail catheter placement. Witnessed discussions concerning end of life decisions o Skills: pulmonary function tests, reading chest X-rays and CT scans, and bronchoscopies

• Family Medicine 1/2/18 to 2/9/18

o Dr. Everold Haffizulla at Medical Associates of Tamarac o Interviewed, examined, and created care plans mostly for geriatric patients with chronic conditions such hypertension, diabetes, hypercholesterolemia, GERD, and allergies. Acute conditions such as sinusitis, bronchitis, gastroenteritis, and lacerations

o Skills: simple interrupted suture and creating treatment plans

• Pediatric and Adult Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 10/13/17 to 12/22/17 o Dr. Eric Stelnicki and Dr. Essie Yates at The Atlantic Center of Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery o Pediatrics: first or second assist with cranial vault reconstruction, polydactyly repair, syndactyly repair, skin lesion removal, laser therapy for hemangiomas or port wine stains, laser therapy for hidradenitis suppurativa, cleft palate and lip repair, and keloid removal. I helped treat patients for keloids, hemangiomas, torticollis, plagiocephaly, and brachycephaly. Adults: first or second assist during procedures such as breast reduction, breast augmentation, breast lift, breast reconstruction, and skin cancer reconstruction o Skills: simple running suture, injections, retraction, and anticipation of the surgeon’s needs

• Emergency Medicine 10/2/17 11/10/17

o Various physicians/PAs at Palmetto General Hospital o 12 hour shifts in emergency department fast track and general ER o Skills simple interrupted sutures, wound care, incision and drainage, nail removal, arthrocentesis, staple placement, suture/staple removal, pelvic exams, rectal exams, venipuncture, and CPR

• General Surgery 8/21/17 to 9/29/17

o Dr. Jonathan Levine at Fort Lauderdale Surgical Specialists o Interviewed new patients, pre-ops, post-ops, routine follow up visits, operating suite as either first or second assist, rounds on post-operative patients and charting

o Skills: subcutaneous and running intradermal sutures, retraction, and anticipation of the surgeon’s needs Work Experience

• Elite Medical Scribes - Medical Scribe at Columbia St. Mary’s March 2013 to April 2016 o Provided medical notation and transcription of providers’ patient encounters into official medical record using Cerner electronic medical record (EMR) system. Tracked, noted, and transcribed all details of patient care including patient history, exam findings, orders, test results, and medical decision making, in person and in real time. o Promoted to Senior Scribe March 2016 when the position was created for scribes who worked over 1,000 hours. At that time, I had accumulated 1,900 hours as a medical scribe. Professional Memberships

• Student Member – American Academy of Physician Assistants 2016 - current

• Student Member – Florida Academy of Physician Assistants 2016 - current

• Student Member – Society of Emergency Medicine Physician Assistants 2017 - current

• Student Member – Association of Physician Assistants in OBGYN 2017 - current

• Student Member – Physician Assistants in Orthopaedic Surgery 2017 – current Research

• Scanning Electron Microscope 2015 – 2016

o Dr. Alice Cheung at the University of Massachusetts. Worked with scanning electron microscope to image saplings

• Immunology Research Laboratory 2015 - 2016

o Studied breast cancer in murine models using fluorescent tagged antibodies

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