Seeking to obtain a responsible position as an experienced and skilled medical assistant/Phlebotomist in a facility where my Knowledge and experience can be utilized as well as enhanced. Excellent communication skills with very good customer service knowledge.
[DEGREE] [DATE EARNED] [SCHOOL]
Certified Medical Assistant (CMA) / UEI College 2014
Registered Phlebotomy Tech (RPT) / Central Texas Phlebotomy Institute, LLC (2014)
Related coursework: Certified in First Aid & CPR
Skills & Abilities
Taking and recording vital signs
Procedures and exams assistance
Lab testing / Phlebotomy
Over two-year experience in phlebotomy
Skilled in maintaining safety for blood collection and handling
Experienced in venipuncture and capillary puncture techniques
Skilled at storing the blood samples safely
Caring for the patients and donors
Tracking the collected blood specimens by tagging, dating, and noting down the time of collection
Assuring safety of patients while taking blood samples
MEDICAL ASSISTANT CARING SENIOR SERVICE OF HOUSTON FEBUARY 2016- PRESENT
Following the care plan as directed by supervising nurse.
Assisting with bathing and grooming - This can include but is not limited to: shampooing hair, finger and toenail care, brushing teething, and shower assistance.
Basic food preparation - From grocery shopping to actually preparing the food, it’s important to ensure the senior is displaying proper nutrition.
Medication reminders - Caregivers must assure that medications are taken at the correct time as directed by the doctor.
Light housekeeping – It’s important for caregivers to keep a safe and clean environment. Duties related to housekeeping will typically involve making the bed and cleaning the bathroom and kitchen
Transferring the client – This refers to transferring the client from chairs, from the toilet, from bed, and to and from a vehicle.
Toileting – It’s important to assist with using the toilet to encourage comfort and prevent any infections
Transportation – If a caregiver has a vehicle and a driver’s license, it’s likely they will help to take the elder around to doctor’s appointment and other activities.
Monitoring changes in client’s health – When following the care plan, the supervising nurse will want to know if there are any changes in health that are concerning and that may need medical attention.
VOLUNTEER PHLEBOTOMY COASTAL HEALTH & WELLNESS 2014-2016
Trained to draw blood from a patient for clinical or medical testing, transfusions, donations, or research. collect blood primarily by performing venipunctures, (or, for collection of minute quantities of blood, finger sticks).