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Physician Assistant

Location:
Brandon, FL
Posted:
January 29, 2019

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PATRICIA OLIVA

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Cell phone # 813-***-****

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CURRICULUM VITAE

EDUCATION

SEPTEMBER 7, 2018

PHYSCIAN ASSISTANT PROGRAM CERTIFICATE, Red Rocks COmmunity COllege

Denver, CO

SEPTEMBER 7, 2018

MASTER’S IN MEDICAL SCIENCE, St Francis Univeristy

Loretto, PA

MARCH 2012

MASTER’S IN BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE, Barry Univeristy

Miami, FL

MAY 2010

BACHELOR’S IN SCIENCE (MAJOR: PSYCHOLOGY), university of florida

gainesville, fl

MEMBERSHIPS

American Academy of Physician Assistants

Colorado Academy of Physician Assistants

CERTIFICATIONS

2018: NCCPA Board Certified

2017: Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Basic Life Support

2011: Project Management, Barry University, DARPA Grant

2010: Domestic Violence Training and Prevention, 32 hour course for service in a Domestic Violence Agency

LICENSING

Florida State License

CLINICAL ROTATIONS

ROTATION 1

JUNE 5-27, 2017

LIFE CARE CENTER OF AURORA, Aurora, co

inpatient care

Responsible for histories, physicals, lab and imaging orders, diagnostic test interpretation, assessments and treatment plans, prescription orders

Managed multiple chronic complaints in skilled nursing, Longterm Care, Short term Rehabilitation, and assisted living facilities

Performed admission orders and progress notes, hospital rounding, coding and billing

ROTATION 2

JULY 3-26, 2017

IPC THE HOSPITALISTS COMPANY/SENIOR CARE, denver, co

Internal medicine

Responsible for histories, physicals, diagnostic test interpretation, assessments, treatment, and mangement of multiple chronic issues

plans including prescribing medications, non-pharmacological treatments, and patient education

ROTATION 3

JULY 31 - AUGUST 23, 2017

COLORADO PLAINS MEDICAL CENTER, ft morgan, co

behavior health inpatient

Evaluation of history and physicals, assessment, and treatment for predominately geriatric patient population

Responsible for hospital rounding, family meetings, counseling and wellness educational programs

on call days includued treatment of patients in various areas of the hospital outside of the inpatient ward

ROTATION 4

NOVEMBER 20 – DECEMBER 29, 2017

TUFTS MEDICAL CENTER, boston, ma

cardiothoracics inpatient: surgery, ctu, & ccu

evaluation and treatment of post-surgical patients in the cardiothoracic and cardiac coronary intensive care units

responsible for history, physical, assessment, and treatment inclduing pressor and PEEP support for inpatient cardiothoracic patients

performed interpretation of radiological imaging, lab results, consultations with other physicians, twice daily hospital rounding with cardiac, pulmonary, and infectious disease teams

assisted in broncholavages, ventilatory support, central line placements, a line placements, cardioversions, ecmo and impella settings

performed chest tube removals, wound care, suture/staple removals, and pacing wire removals

observed bedside colonscopies, anoscopies, sigmoidoscopies, avm clipping, endoscopies

surgical scrubbing and observation of cabg’s, pediatric alcapa case, and vein grafting

ROTATION 5

JANUARY 2-24, 2018

CENTER OF SURGICAL SPECIALITS, thornton, co

General surgery

Conducted assessments of surgical candidtated, preoperative, and postoperative evaluations

Assisted in the operating room with retraction, suture and staple placement, drain tube

placement, dressing application

Assisted with hernia repairs, cholecystectomies, appendectomies, liver herniation repair, adrenalectomy, spinal fusions, pain pump placements and removals, and more

Assisted in wound care management treating chronic wounds

Procedures including local anesthesia infiltration, suture/staple removal, wound cultures, bypass pump management, drain removals and evaluations

rounding of hospital patients for acute surgical cases and post-operative patients

ROTATION 6

JANUARY 29- FEBRUARY 21, 2018

HIGH PLAINS COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, Lamar, co

family medicine

Performed history and physical examinations for acute and chronic problems in a rural setting

Managed patients of all ages with the appropriate therapy, referrals, follow-up, medications, and education

Performed physical examination for clearance of participation in sports

and pre-operative appointments

performed pap smears, breast exams, newborn exams, radiology and lab interpretations, nebulizer treatments, throat and vaginal cultures

ROTATION 7

FEBRURARY 26 – MARCH 28, 2018

DENVER HEALTH PEDIATRICS, denver, co

pediatrics

setting included both outpatient clinics, pediatric urgent care, and school-based clinics

responsible for performing history and physicals inclduing sports physicals, contraceptive counseling and prescriptions, lactation counseling and newborn management, prescription of appropriate therapies, assesment and plans, referrals, follow up, and coding

performed testicular exams, sti testing, assistance with nexplanon removals and insertions, digital blocks and toe nail removal

performed medical spanish translation

urgent care responsibilities included observation and assistance in laceration repairs, foreign body removals, oxygen therapies, throat cultures, orthopedic reductions, radiology interpretations

ROTATION 8

APRIL 2-25, 2018

PUEBLO COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER, pueblo, co

family medicine

resposible for history and physical examinations for acute and chronic problems in a rural setting

Managed patients with the appropriate therapy, referrals, follow-up, medications, coding and billing, and patient education

Performed physical examination for clearance of participation in sports and pre-operative assesments

performed pap smears, breast exams, STI testing and education, pft’s, glucose and bp monitoring, vaginal cultures, throat cultures

ROTATION 9

APRIL 30 – MAY 23, 2018

SALUD FAMILY HEALTH CENTER, estes park, co

family medicine

Responsible for histories, physicals, assessments and developing treatment plan for diverse patient population in a rural setting

Management of gynecological issues including prescribing medications, contraception, and patient education

Performed wet mount, pap smear/pelvic exams, wound care, accupuncture assistance, venipunctures, throat and vaginal cultures

treatment and management of alcohol withdrawal

management of unisured and undocumented patient population, performed medical spanish translation

ROTATION 10

MAY 28 – JUNE 26, 2018

HEART OF THE ROCKIES REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER (CENTURA), salida, co

emergency medicine

Evaluation and stabilization of acute problems with development of a treatment plan and follow up care in a rural setting

Responsible for ordering and interpretation of appropriate laboratory and diagnostic studies

Procedures include splinting, laceration repair, foreign body removal, wound care, suture/staple placement and removals, assistance with central line placements, amputation care, fluorescein corneal examination and slit lamp exam

Performed admission orders, progress notes and discharge summaries, rounding in hospitals, and coding

ROTATION 11

JULY 2-25, 2018

BOULDER NEUROSURGICAL AND SPINE ASSOICATES, boulder, co

neurosurgery

Conducted evaluation for surgical candidates, preoperative, postoperative care

performed history, physical, assesment, and evaluations of potential surgical candidates including referrals for emg’s and injections

Assisted in the operating room with retraction, suture tie, staple placement, drain tube

placement, dressing application, wound management

surgeries included ACDf’s, anterior and posterior spinal fusions, microdiscectomy, laminectomies, pain stimulator placement, craniotomies, cranioplasties, emergent cranial surgeries, meningioma and glioblastoma removals

rounding of patients in hospital for acute and emergent cases, post-operative patients, chroic wound care

ROTATION 12

JULY 30 -AUGUST 22, 2018

CISNEROS CENTER OF OBTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, thornton, co

obgyn

Performed history and physical examinations of OBGYN patients including fetal monitoring, NST, gestation specific testing and education

assisted in delieveries, c-sections, perineal laceration repairs, and surgeries including tubal ligations and hysterectomies

performed pap smears, breast exams, rectal exams, pelvic exams including evaluation of cervical dilation and effacement

Assisted with colposcopies, cervical biopsy, Leep procedures, and endometiral biopsies

Performed wet mount, Pap smear, IUD removals, Nexplanon insertions and removals, venipuncture, sti testing, vaginal, throat, and rectal cultures, specimen collection, urine microscopy,

Management of gynecological issues including prescribing medications, contraception, and patient education

WORK EXPERIENCE

2001 – 2016

TRAINED MEDICAL ASSISTANT, Tampa Bay DIagnostic Clinic in Brandon, FL

Seasonal: Summers and Christmas breaks ’01-’09 worked as a Receptionist, Biller, Coder, MA

Full time 2010, 2012-2016

Responsibilities and skills:

Electronic medical record: Athena, Patient Intake and Vitals, Urine dipsticks and Pregnancy Tests, EKG’s, Blood glucose testing, PT/INR

Inputting Patient Billing and Insurance Information, Inputting Patient coding and EKG information, calling patients to discuss lab and imaging results, calling in prescriptions

Patient Check-in, Answering Phones, Scheduling, Faxing, Collecting copays and balances

Physician Shadowing: Drs. Adela and Robert Oliva

2009 – 2010

MEDICAL ASSISTANT, Disability clinic

Performed vitals, eye exams, disability paperwork, history taking

Physician Shadowing: Dr Michael Breglia

2010

INTERNSHIP, The Spring of Tampa Bay Domestic Violence shelter

32 hour certification course, hotline services, Research Project on Latinos and Domestic Violence, lectures on DV, shadowing of psychologists and social work sessions, conducted initial needs assessment for new arrivals, Discharge paperwork, assistance with counseling of women and children, planned and organized fundraising events

2011 – 2012

STUDENT RESEARCHER, Darpa Lab at Barry university

Developed a SODIS project for the DARPA Military Grant for the purification of water in both 3rd world countries and for the military. Project involved using TiO2 soaked brushes placed in water bottles, then placed under UV light, and measurements of bacterial levels before and after treatments. The project was submitted for publication and presented at the University of South Florida

RESEARCH

2010

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AMONG LATIN AMERICAN ETHNICITIES IN TAMPA, FL

Scheduling forums, Contacting National Hispanic DV Organizations

Conducted literature searches of specific Latin American Ethnicities to determine prevalence and distribution of DV

Aided in the construction of a prevention centered educational program

2011-2012

DARPA LAB STUDENT RESEARCHER, Barry Univeristy in Miami, FL

Designing and implementing an experiment to evaluate multiple parameters in the solar disinfection of groundwater as a low-cost method of water disinfection in remote areas and third world countries.

Published work was submitted

Presented at the 2012 Annual Meeting at the Florida Academy of Sciences

PUBLISHED WORK

Breglia MD, Oliva P. Basal cell carcinoma presenting as symptomatic iron deficiency anemia. BMJ Case Reports 2011;10.1136/bcr.01.2011.3772, 17 May 2011.

C.R. LITCHFIELD, S. OBENG, R. SMIDY, A. LELCHUK, P. OLIVA, A. AMURIO, S. DUNHAM, G. PACKERT. Titanium dioxide: Photocatalysis and water purification. FAOS 2012. The Annual Meeting of the Florida Academy of Sciences. University of South Florida, Tampa, FL. March 16-17, 2012.

ADDITIONAL SKILLS

Fluent in Spanish

REFERENCES

Vickey Beloy MA, MPAS, PA-C

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Dr Gagandeep Singh M.D.

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