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Medical Management

Austin, Texas, United States
October 20, 2016

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D E R R I C K V . G U Y

Austin, TX 737-***-****

SKILLS SUMMARY Highly motivated leader and Safety expert in safety management, oversite and evaluation with advanced training and experience in professional development and assessment. Excellent mentoring abilities. Knowledge of Microsoft Office in conjunction with written and verbal communication skills in potentially sensitive situations as a civilian and within the military chain of command and foreign allies. KEY SKILLS

Leadership: Supervisory

Medical Case Management


Medical Safety Training &


Phlebotomy IV EKG

EMS/EMT Certified

Root Cause Analysis

Database Management

Medical Terminology

Secret Security Clearance

Emergency Management FEMA

Security Management

Safety Survey Auditing

Safety Policy and Procedures


Adjutant General of Texas, Austin, TX 04/2009 to Present Senior Division Health Care Non Commissioned Officer in Charge Site Safety Officer

Oversee 24,000 Soldiers, Officers, and contractors; the entire Texas National Guard medical safety; facilitating day to day medical operations for routine yearly, school, and deployment physicals.

Created, wrote, and implemented the Emergency Management Safety and Emergency Evaluation process and procedure guide for the entire Texas National Guard. Ensures compliance and all local, state and federal Emergency Preparedness regulations, policies, guidance and best practices.

Monitor potential and actual local, national, and international environmental hazards, oversee root cause analysis and make recommends which are reviewed by the pentagon.

Maintain and account for equipment valued at over $8.5 million dollars as well as responsible for the daily setup of entire clinic to include lab, EKG, and medical supply.

Oversee Officers and junior leader’s development programs and develop and train classes. Create and disburse standards, command policies. Responsible for the health, welfare, training, and safety of battalion soldiers and their families.

Analyze and evaluate health care operations which contract medical services. Identify technical requirements based on analysis of the clinical function/services to be contracted and develop detailed and comprehensive surveillance plans to be used on contractor performance.

Inspect and Audit credentialing of health care providers to ensure providers are licensed/privileged. United States Army Texas Army National Guard 04/2004 to Present Division Surgeon Cell Non Commissioned Officer in Charge Health Care Specialist Combat Medic

Oversaw the health, welfare, and morale of 32 platoon level medics and ensure medical equipment valued in excess of $250,000 are accounted for and maintained to unit standards. Ensure compliance with company health and safety codes.

Managed the tactical training and physical fitness of his medics; counsels and guides 32 soldiers in Medical professional development program.

Educated 120 soldiers in Basic Life Support certification instruction and drill training, equipping them with life-saving skills to be used in the field.

Supervised officer and junior leader development programs; responsible for standards, command policies and safety of Division Soldiers and their Families as the senior enlisted medical advisor to the Division Commander on all medical matters.

DERRICK V. GUY Page 2-737-***-****

Evaluated and treat health issues as they arise, providing healthcare information and necessary supplies for urgent and non-emergent health concerns.

Emergency response team medic in charge of planning medical response to attacks, accidents, and natural disasters. Provided daily routine medical care, moral support, and security for hurricane Katrina and Rita evacuees.

DHHB Medical Platoon Sergeant

Oversaw the healthcare of over 19,000 Soldiers and family members.

Managed the training, and certification of Soldiers in Advanced Combat Lifesaver techniques while maintaining accountability and serviceability of $5 million in equipment and supplies.

Assessed patients for triage and transported patients to medical facilities for escalated care. DFW Ambulance, Lancaster, Texas 3/2005 to 12/2005

Emergency Medical Technician – EMT Dispatcher EMT-B Field Training Officer

Administered urgent medical care to patients in emergent and life-threatening situations presenting violent and inebriated behavior in potentially dangerous situations.

Coordinated Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) training and Continuing Dispatch Education

(CDE) program development for the Department of Emergency Services (E-911).

Provided orientation and training to EMD personnel and facilitated certification training processes, including written and practical examinations in cooperation with the National Academy of Emergency Medical Dispatch (NAEMD).

Oversaw Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) projects to meet Emergency Medical Services

(EMS), NAEMD, and Emergency Services departmental data needs and standards. EDUCATION

Post University – Waterbury, Connecticut

Associate’s Degree Emergency Management & Disaster Response – 140 Credits CERTIFICATIONS

CPR/AED Instructor Safety Management Combat Medic Healthcare Specialist EMS/EMT Nursing Assistant HIPAA Brigade Combat Team Trauma Training Pharmacology Drug Testing HAZMAT FEMA 100.B FEMA 100.FDA FEMA 200 FEMA 700 FEMA 800 CRISIS AND EMERGENCY RISK COMMUNICATION (CERC) AWR-160 FUNDAMEMTALS OF RISK MANAGEMENT Medical Logistics Specialist National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) Texas Department of State Health Services EMT-B Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) Pediatric Education for Prehospital Professionals (PEPP) Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) National Incident Management Systems (NIMS)

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