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Medical Microsoft Office

Location:
Marietta, Georgia, United States
Posted:
October 19, 2016

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D A R I US BR OW N

**** ******* ******

Bessemer, AL 35022

(205) ***-****

acw5ec@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE

Obtain a position in a growth-oriented organization that will allow me to develop professionally and personally. Accomplished, self-motivated former U.S. Army Sergeant with ten years of exemplary leadership capabilities and management experience eager to transition to a career in the private sector. Demonstrated success in healthcare training, supervisory skills and trauma management.

EXPERIENCE

Intervise

Trainer 03/12-08/16

US and International travel to military health facilities to train and support military, civilian doctors, and staff in the deployment and continuous operation of Army Medicine Secure Messaging Service (AMSMS). Responsible for training appointed army medical personnel using train-the-trainer(TTT) strategy on the AMSMS application within their prospective clinics. Assisted in curriculum development and deployed as it pertains to AMSMS. Responsible for developing and assisting medical/clinics develop a operational workflow to establish AMSMS its medical communication process.

Consultant/Trainer 09/11-03/12

Deployment and Implementation of the Medical Department, initiative, of the MEDCOM AHLTA PROVIDER SATISFACTION, (MAPS) an initiative of the United States Army Surgeon General. All provisions as previous deliver, to include Clinical Analysis Program, gear towards enhanced Provider and Staff clinical work flow development and participation, toward increase productivity.

MAPS tools include Dragon Medical 10 software, As-U-Type software, Microsoft office OneNote, and the functionality and features of using a Lenovo Tablet PC to document patients encounters in AHLTA. Training is conducted chairside with provider, one on one training, Command In-Briefs, Command Out-Briefs, and workshop presentations.

MSGI Corporation

Trainer Specialist II 09/09-09/11

Successfully perform a wide variety of duties for Medical Communications of Combat Casualty Care (MC4) training program for Army Medical Command. Program established to provide advice, training and technical assistance to customers on a scheduled basis mandated by the MC4 Project Manager.

Provide leadership and works to develop and retain a highly competent team in training personnel by conducting formal classroom courses, workshops and seminars. Conduct company training programs and day-to-day management practices which support company's mission and value statements.

Effectively monitor and report effectiveness of training on employees during orientation period for career development. Extensive knowledge of commonly-used concepts, practices and procedures within a particular field.

Impart platform TRADOC standard training and basic customer support on the following software applications in CONUS and OCONUS in the following areas: Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application – Theater (ALHTA-T), TMIP Composite Health Care System – Cache

(TC2), Medical Environmental Disease Intelligence and Countermeasures (Medic), Armed Forces

Health Longitudinal Technology Application – Mobile (AHLTA-Mobile with MACE),

MICROMEDEX, Electronic Post Deployment Health Assessment (ePDHA), Theater Medical Data Store (TMDS), Theater Medical Information Program (TMIP) reports, Joint Medical Workstation (JMeWS), Defense Medical Logistics Standard System (DMLSS), DMLSS Customer Assistance Module (DCAM), Template Methodology, Able to quickly adapt to technology advances to train MC4 selected hardware regardless of manufacturer make/model.

Angelstaffing Contracting – Wilford Hall U. S. Air Force

Medical Technician 11/08- 08/09 Resourcefully organize medical environment, perform and provide direct support activities in patient care situations.

Efficiently perform portion of medical treatment, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.

U.S. Army

Healthcare Sergeant, Assistant Training NCO Ft. Sam Houston, TX 07/07-10/08 Respectfully serve as enlisted advisor to the Commander.

Supervise organization and planning of daily operations by administering support requirements for all unit operations and training.

Oversee and effectively manage accountability, discipline, welfare and readiness of soldiers and civilians.

Emergency Care Sergeant Al Anbar Province, Iraq; Friedberg, Germany 01/05-07/07

Vigilantly provide casualty resuscitation, medical treatment and medical evacuation procedures during special operations.

Assist physician during minor surgeries and trauma management duties during emergencies.

Responsible for health, training, and well-being of soldiers while serving as Squad Leader and Head Line Team Medic for the medical treatment team.

Maintain medical records of individuals requiring treatment.

Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge Ft. Sam Houston, TX 07/99-01/05

Efficiently perform supervisory and management duties of Neurosurgery Clinic (Regional Level I Trauma Center).

Oversee and conduct common task trainings, implement duty related skills and orientation programs to achieve objectives.

Manage logistical needs and maintained medical and computer equipment. Successfully handle multiple tasks and adapt quickly to change.

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS, ACCREDITATIONS AND TRAINING

Successfully served as an Emergency Care Sergeant in a mechanized infantry battalion forward deployed in Iraq for Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Accounted for maintenance of medical and computer equipment valued at $1.2 million dollars without fault.

Held distinctive honors as Treatment Team Leader, Combat Life Saver Instructor and Semi Annual Combat Medical Skills Validation Test Instructor during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Army- Train the Trainer Course RelayHealth University ( AMSMS), 03/15/2012

CPR Certification, 1999-2009

EMT Certification, 2002-2010

Equal Opportunity Representative, 2002-2004

Hold a Government Secret Security Clearance



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