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Veterinary Medical Officer (Clinical Care)

Jacksonville, North Carolina, United States
October 24, 2016

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Patricia Jordan

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Cape Carteret, NC, US

Mobile: 910-***-****



Job Type: Permanent, Temporary, Term, Internships

Work Schedule: Full-Time, Part-Time

Desired locations:

United States - NC - Buncombe County

United States MA, OR, VA, all areas considered

Work Experience:

Rocky & Bella, LLC 07/2012 - 04/2013

100 Chetwynd Dr. Suite 203 Salary: 45,000.00 USD Per Year

Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 United States Hours per week: 40

Chief Veterinarian

Supervisor: Charlie Poznek 484-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

The position from Natural Well Being, went from this Canadian company to the US company, Rocky

& Bella, LLC in June of 2012. I continued to finish getting the products NASC labeling and to

compose the educational and training materials, the virtual library of references, the PPP and

webinars for the ingredients of the product and to help launch the product for commercial release.

Most of this was data mining from NS Natural Standards and involved several data banks with ABC

and AHG as well as others. I also helped develop the promotional materials as well as commercials

and Pet Rep material.

Natural Well Being Distribution 06/2011 - 07/2012

Suite 503 1080 Howe Street Salary: 45,000.00 USD Per Year

Vancouver, British Columbia Canada Hours per week: 40

Veterinary Consultant

Supervisor: Darcy Foster 604-***-**** )

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Hired as consultant in the design and formulation of daily nutritional supplement for companion

animals, to redesign a complete line of botanical medicines for the company and to add research on

the ingredients and biological used in these products. Also to help get the company’s product

through NASC National Animal Supplement Council labeling. Generate Excel Spread sheets with

top medical issues in the animals and the top natural botanicals to address the issues.

Carteret Community College 08/2010 - 06/2012

Morehead City, NC United States Hours per week: 1


Supervisor: Wanda Davis 252-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Adult Education Life Enrichment Instructor for a series of classes on natural health. Presentations of

lecture material using different audiovisual media. Engaging the adult learner and feedback on

application of presented material.

Fall River Animal Hospital 08/2006 - 08/2008

Fall River, MA United States Hours per week: 35

Associate Veterinarian

Associate Veterinarian in charge of 6 employees when left alone. Examinations, diagnostics,

prescribing and formulating medications, medical record charting, anesthesia, surgery, recovery and

discharge of patients to owners.DEA license and federal OSHA compliance. Client education,

communications, progress calls, research, radiation safety, MSDS and Hazardous Chemical

Handling, medical machines, urinalysis, microscope, specimen preparation

Coastline Veterinary Services, PA 01/1999 - 08/2006

Cedar Point, NC United States Hours per week: 40

Chief Medical Officer

Supervisor: self 910-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Supervising veterinarian, hiring, training, tracking employees (13) inventory, marking, tracking,

selling of retail store, examinations, anesthesia, surgery, prescribing and administration of

medications, medical record charting, filing and maintenance, DEA,DEHNR,OSHA,MSDS record

maintenance and data collection. Diagnostics and medical equipment running and maintenance.

Employee Manual compilation, office machines; scanner, copier, computer, cashier, bar code

scanner, laser, coag machine, xray machine, marketing, newsletters, email mail merge, research,data mining, writing articles updates and progress notes. Small business management, actuary,

Quick Books, software systems for practice

Ideal Pet Veterinary Services, PA 12/1989 - 12/1999

Richlands, NC United States Hours per week: 40

Chief Medical Officer Supervising Veterinarian

Supervisor: self 910-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Supervising veterinarian (13) employees, retail store operation with selection of inventory,

maintenance of inventory, marking, sale and inventory tracking, POS bar code reader, computer,

software AVIMARK, Microsoft Office,2000,PowerPoint,email,mail merge, DEA,DEHNR,OSHA,USDA

Accreditation examinations, surgery, anesthesia, recovery, medical charts, filing, office machines,

scanner, computer, printers, faxes, client education, newsletters, mail merge, actuary, record

keeping, certifications for USDA examinations, preparation of patients to be shipped overseas

VCA Companies 01/1998 - 01/1999

Chesapeake, VA United States Hours per week: 40

Associate Veterinarian

Supervisor: Dr. Judith Kyle 757-***-****)

Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes

Associate Veterinarian at time supervising (15) employees, examinations, diagnosis, medical

charting, medical record filing, maintenance, medical equipment maintenance and upkeep,

anesthesia, surgery, recovery, DEA, OSHA, DEHNR, radiation

safety,xray,actuary,computer,software,fax,printer,scanner,operations,data collection, research, client

education, newsletters, website, email, mail merge HAZMAT handling, press releases and media



NC College of Veterinary Medicine Raleigh, NC United States

Doctorate 05/1986

GPA: 3.02 of a maximum 4.0

Credits Earned: 150 Semester hours

Major: Veterinary Medicine Minor: Public Health

Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:

Vet Anatomy, Histology and Cytology,Physiology,Pathology,Bacteriology,Mycobacteriology,Organ and Embryology,

Nutrition and Health, Virology, Pharmacology, Toxicology and Poisonous Plants, Pathology, Parasitology, Principles of

Anesthesia, Pharmacology and Vet Therapeutics, Clinical Pathology, Comparative Anatomy, Principles of Surgery, Lab

Animal Medicine, Theriogenology, Food Animal, Food Animal and Equine Medicine,Radiology and Radiobiology,

Practical Management and jurisprudence Avian Medicine, Clinical Conference, Equine Medicine and Surgery,, Herd and

Flock Health, Clinical Alb and Necropsy, Epidemiology and Health, Herd and Flock Health, Public Health, Radiology and

Anesthesia, Extern ship, Food Animal Medicine and Surgery, Clinical Theriogenology, Clinical Conference

UNC-Wilmington Wilmington, NC United States

Bachelor's Degree 05/1982

GPA: 3.0 of a maximum 4.0

Credits Earned: 150 Semester hours

Major: Biology Minor: Medical Technology

Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:

Concepts of Modern Biology, English Comp, Foundations of PE, Intro to Recreation and Parks, Elementary Spanish,

Intro to Swk, Plant Biology, General Chemistry, Pre calculus Math, Diving, Gymnastics, Psychology, Phi TH, Sailing,

Introduction to Oceanography, Animal Biology, Genetics, Genetics lab, General Chemistry Lab, Intro to Sociology,, Intro

to med Tech, Comp Vertebrate, Physical Conditioning, Animal Behavior, Intro to Statistics, Organic Chemistry, Organic

Chemistry lab, Clinical Lab Calculus, Animal Physiology, Immunology, English Comp 2,Elem College Physics, Methods

of Biological Research,,Microbiology, Scientific Writing, Elementary French, Amer national Govnt, Literature of the Sea,

Genetic Engineering, Comp/Fortran, Creative Writing, French for Tourists, Aerobic Dance, Physical Conditioning

NC State University Raleigh, NC United States

Bachelor's Degree 05/1982

GPA: 3.63 of a maximum 4.0

Credits Earned: 150 Semester hours

Major: Biological Sciences Minor: Microbiology Honors: Magna Cum Laude

Relevant Coursework, Licenses and Certifications:

Animal Science, Elem Biochemistry, Medical Terminology, ADV Microbiology, Honors Research, Elem Biochemistry Lab,

Introduction to Ecology, Medical Microbiology, Microbial Metabolism,

Job Related Training:

research assist; conditioning preparation and record keeping of horses, cows, sheep and pigs involved in radio nuclide

labeled drug time course study

NIEHS; preparations of numerous experiments on CD-1 mice using DES. I was asked to undertake projects of my own,

working under minimal supervision, designing and carrying out the technical aspects of the research. A poster session

was given at AALAS in Research Triangle Park

Sanitary Microbiology performing microbiological testing concerning water and soil quality and estuarine studies.

Microbiology Technician; prep media and cultures, research and data collection, statistical analysis,plasmid extraction

for pink-eye study.

Surgical Tech, instrument cleaning, sanitation and autoclave.

Embryology Tech; embryo collection, examination for implantation work in cattle and semen analysis and artificial

insemination techniques for horses

Glaxo Zebulon, NC Microbiologist Glps, Gmps, SOPs, pharmaceutical manufacturing quality control, McCurtain

Memorial Hospital, Medical Technologist, hospital lab testing, rewriting Hazardous Chemical Handling,Aseptic

Technique, GLPs, OSHA Compliance Manual, Industrial hygiene, Workplace Safety, Employee Manual composition,

Estuarine Research Sanitary Microbiologist at UNC-W, MSDS Manuals and teaching to employees, gel electrophoresis

at NCSU, electron microscopy, histology, tissue prep, clinical histology, ICU monitoring, IV administration, medicine

administration, EKG application, reading vitals, phlebotomy (McCurtain Memorial) Scientific Method, Research

Methodologies, Statistical Analysis, Excel, Access, Power Point Presentations, Inventory control, ordering lab supplies,

budget oversight

Language Skills:

Language Spoken Written Read

Novice Novice Novice

French Novice Novice Novice

Spanish Novice Novice Novice


AVMA - member 25 years

Professional Publications:

1985 Reproductive Problems Associated with Fescue Forage Clinical Study and Oral Presentation at NCSU SVM

1985 Isolation of Covalently Closed Circular DNA from Branhamella catarrhalis and Morexella bovis (Pink Eye Study)


1985 Am J Vet Research Vol. 46,No.2 pg 470-472 Pharmocokinetics of digoxin in sheep

1984 NIEHS Cancer Research Vol. 45 October 1985 pg 5145-5147 Lesions of Rete Testis in Mice

1984 NIEHS Use of Tissue Transplants to Study Ovarian Function in the Mouse

1984 NIEHS microscopic surgeon for the kidney capsule transplants in CD-1 mice for pre pubertal studies (oral

presentation at Research Triangle AALAS meeting and poster session)

1982 Dr. David Kradel's Research Assistant paper on investigating the plasmid origin of pathogenic M. bovis

1981 Southeastern Undersea Research Facility Sanitary Microbiologist for Estuarine Research Project technical


Additional Information:

1979-80 Who's Who In University Students

National Merit Scholarship Recipient

Outstanding Service Award-UNCW

Dean's List-NCSU

Dean's List-UNCW

Alpha Zeta Academic Society Candidate-NCSU

NCSU Honors Class

Staff NCO Competitive Academia Scholarship

Escheat scholarship-UNCW 1980

Winslow Memorial Scholarship-NCSU SVM

NCSU Veterinary Foundation Scholarship 1983/84/85

American Association of Women Veterinarians Scholarship 1985

1986 Accepted into PhD Program for Microbiology at Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine

1982 Offered seat in New Hanover Memorial Medical Technology Program

Keyboarding Class at CCCC Jacksonville, NC 49 wpm

Workforce Skills using Computer CCC Jacksonville, NC

Nominated for Public Health and Epidemiology Award in 1986

Medical Billing and Coding Specialist, Insurance and Medical Transcription Courses

Certification; Food Safety and Waste Water Treatment, CPR

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