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Medical Assistant Clinical Research

Location:
Dayton, Ohio, United States
Posted:
March 28, 2019

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E: ac8xl8@r.postjobfree.com 937-***-**** A: *** Beardsley Rd, Trotwood, OH 45426

SW / SHELBY WALKER

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Self-motivated and dependable while achieving high performance with minimal supervision. Phlebotomist looking to join a growing orginazation. Demonstrates the ability to complete tasks accurately despite interruptions and competing demands.

WORK HISTORY

Advance Clinical Research - Phlebotomist/Clinical Research Assistant

Dayton, Ohio

12/2017 - Current

Assisted in makin appointments for trial studies, updating subject information and drawing labs for the various studies and processing the blood work accordingly. Ordering supplies, shipping out via Fed Ex/ UPS. Charting temp. logs and answering phone calls and e-mails Lab Corp Of America - Phlebotomist

Dayton, Ohio

07/2005 - 05/2017

Operated a Patient Service Center also called a PSC. Answered phones, entered paymwnt information in the computer, collected credit card per insurance requirements and payment due. Performed bio-metrics with weight, height, blood pressure and waist measurements. Also did Pre-employment drug screens (DOT included) I also preformed DNA for paternity. Bagged blood work for the courier to pick up. Entered wait times and total draws done for the day, and maintained temperature charts. This PSC would average 30-40 patient's per day and very well at multi-tasking. SKILLS

EDUCATION

Belmont High School

Dayton, OH

1990

High School Diploma :

SouthWest College

Dayton, Ohio

1995

Certificate :

Medical Assistant

• Stocked phlebotomy cart or carrier with appropriate supplies. Protected patients by following infection control, sharps disposal and biohazardous waste disposal procedures.

Collected blood samples using vacutainer tubes, tourniquets, syringes, butterfly needles, and straight needles.

Accurately labeled vacutainer tubes with patient name, date and time of collection.

• Organized daily work based on collection priority. Spoke with patient to gather information for lab records, reduce their fear or anxiety, and optimize their cooperation.

• Processed monthly reports for department performance. Protected patients by following infection control, sharps disposal and biohazardous waste disposal procedures.

• Quality assurance and control

• Data entry

• Process improvement

• Time management

• Patient confidentiality

• Specimen labeling procedures

• Measuring vital statistics

• Detail-oriented

• Blood specimen storage

• Regulatory compliance

• Recording data

• Inventory management

• Quality control

• Venipuncture

• Patient privacy and confidentiality

• Infection control

Superior verbal and written

communication skills

• Multitasking

Quest Diagnostics - Phlebotomist

Cincinnati, Ohio

05/2002 - 07/2005

Worked as an IOP inside a doctors office collecting blood draw's from patient's. Disposed of contaminated sharps in bio-hazard containers. Matched laboratory stickers to the correct patient tubes. Organized and cleaned blood-drawing trays. Entered patient information, billing information, and insurance information in computer. Dayton Medical Lab - Phlebotomist

Dayton, Ohio

04/1997 - 05/2002

Mobile phlebotomist who drove to various nursing home sites to draw geriatric patient's. Would often go back and get patient's other phlebotomist could not get.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Averaged a 3.0 during High School and College

• Conducted venipuncture and other CT procedures.

• Stocked phlebotomy cart or carrier with appropriate supplies.

• Organized daily work based on collection priority. Spoke with patient to gather information for lab records, reduce their fear or anxiety, and optimize their cooperation.

Collected blood samples using vacutainer tubes, tourniquets, syringes, butterfly needles, and straight needles.

Accurately labeled vacutainer tubes with patient name, date and time of collection.

• Measured urine and delivered specimens to lab.

• Organized daily work based on collection priority. Protected patients by following infection control, sharps disposal and biohazardous waste disposal procedures.

• Stocked phlebotomy cart or carrier with appropriate supplies. Accurately labeled vacutainer tubes with patient name, date and time of collection.

Collected blood samples using vacutainer tubes, tourniquets, syringes, butterfly needles, and straight needles.

Performed monthly inventory and maintained office and medical supply counts.

• Stocked phlebotomy cart or carrier with appropriate supplies. Collected blood samples using vacutainer tubes, tourniquets, syringes, butterfly needles, and straight needles.

Accurately labeled vacutainer tubes with patient name, date and time of collection.

Protected patients by following infection control, sharps disposal and biohazardous waste disposal procedures.

Continually maintained and improved the company's reputation and positive image in the markets served.



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