Kelsey Moriarty, PA-S*
*** ****** ***** ● Savannah, GA 31419
860-***-**** (Mobile) ● email@example.com
South University, Savannah, GA College of Health Professions Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies Expected Graduation Date: March 2016 University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY College of Arts and Sciences Bachelor of Science in Biology May 2013
Dean’s List Student
NCCPA Certification – scheduled for April 2016
American Heart Association – Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS)
American Heart Association – BLS for Healthcare Providers
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
Georgia Association of Physician Assistants (GAPA) – Student Member (2014 – present)
American Association of Physician Assistants (AAPA) – Student Member (2014 – present) Future Clinical Rotations
Memorial Health University Hospital Savannah, Georgia Internal Medicine Rotation Feb 8, 2016 – Mar 11, 2016 Memorial Health University Hospital Savannah, Georgia Emergency Rotation Jan 4, 2016 – Feb 5, 2016
AppleCare Urgent Care Jesup, Georgia
Elective Rotation Nov 2, 2015 – Dec 4, 2015
Preceptor: Paul Kiff, PA-C
Rotated through multiple AppleCare clinics including the Jesup, Savannah, Pooler, Camden and Brunswick locations. Worked with a variety of providers at each location.
Treated a wide variety of diagnosis including acute illnesses, orthopedic injuries, workers compensation visits and occupational health visits.
Gained more experience in interpreting radiology reports, pharmacology management, promoting health education, and efficient patient communication skills.
Expanded familiarity with EMR, electronic prescribing, billing and coding and insurance processing.
Pinelands Behavioral Health System Statesboro, Georgia Behavioral Health Rotation Sept 28, 2015 – Oct 30, 2016
Preceptor: Joel Bray, MD
Treated patients in rural areas of Georgia with a variety of mental illnesses and developmental disabilities.
Patient care involved both outpatient and inpatient settings. In addition, medical visits included time spent at residential areas and psychosocial rehabilitation centers.
Worked with a wide variety of providers and healthcare team members including psychiatrics, counselors, nurses and addiction specialists.
Kelsey Moriarty, PA-S2
Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care Savannah, Georgia Pediatrics Rotation Aug 3, 2015 – Sept 4, 2015
Preceptor: Yael Elfassy, MD
Treated children from families with limited financial resources or from high risk populations within the downtown areas of Savannah
Time was spent in the outpatient setting. Visits included well child checks, sports physicals, immunizations for school and sick visits.
Educated patients and their families on diet, exercise and safety.
Competencies included injections, removal of cerumen impaction and removal of foreign bodies from ears and nose.
Experience included practice with EMR
Volunteers in Medicine – Hilton Head Hilton Head, South Carolina Women’s Health Rotation June 29, 2015 – July 31, 2015
Preceptor: Raymond Cox, MD
Treated mostly Hispanic working class patients of the Hilton Head Island community at the free health clinic.
Time was spent mostly in the GYN field treating women ages 13 to 90. Visits included annual exams and sick visits. Diagnoses included leiomyoma’s, STIs, breast masses and abnormal uterine bleeding.
Educated patient’s on self-breast awareness, hormonal changes and family planning.
Competencies included pelvic exams, breast exams, pap smears, interpreting pap results, KOH prep.
Experience also included using a self-dispensing pharmacy. Winn Army Community Hospital Ft. Stewart, Georgia
Surgery Rotation May 11, 2015 – June 12, 2015
Preceptor: Dewayne Roy Edwards, MD
Treated active duty and retired military personnel and their dependents ranging in ages from 5 to 80.
Time was split between the general surgery clinic and the operating room. Diagnoses included cholelithiasis, chronic reflux, appendicitis, colon cancer screenings, and breast cancer.
Operating room experience was most often first assist.
Competencies included starting IVs, bladder catheterization, sterile technique, intubation, suturing, stapling, camera operation and breast exams.
AppleCare Savannah/Memorial Health Urgent Care Savannah/Pooler, Georgia Primary Care Rotation April 6, 2015 – May 8, 2015
Preceptor: Teyonka Wilson, PA-C
Treated a diverse case load of patients ranging in ages from 6 months to 100 years old.
Diagnoses varied greatly including acute infections, minor orthopedic injuries, sports physicals and occupational health visits. In addition, I performed well checks and educated patients on both diabetes and hypertension control.
Competencies achieved included wound care, eye and ear care, suturing, injections, interpretation of lab and radiology results and pelvic exams.
Application of Information Technology
Trained in the use of: UptoDate, MedScape, Micromedex, PubMed, Cochrane Review
EMR Experience: McKesson, DocuTap, Codonix Notes, Epic Kelsey Moriarty, PA-S2
Central Baptist Hospital Lexington, Kentucky
Patient Care Technician May 2011 – December 2012
Orthopedic/Neurology MedSurg Unit
Assisted patients with activities of daily living
Collected vital signs, charted vital signs.
Educated patients on use of ambulatory devices and PT devices
Notified physicians of changes in vital signs, patient pain status, and ambulation strides. Westchester Manor Skilled Nursing Home High Point, North Carolina Nurse’s Aide August 2010 – May 2011
Assisted residents with activities of daily living
Experience with dementia unit patients
Ronald McDonald House – Savannah
Relay for Life – Savannah
National Multiple Sclerosis Society – MS Walk
Continuing Medical Education
Summer GAPA Conference 2015 – Hilton Head, SC
Available upon request