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Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Posted:
October 03, 2016

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Adeola Olayiwola

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Meridian, Mississippi 39307 acwv9p@r.postjobfree.com

Education

Western Illinois University

Bachelor of Science: Clinical Biochemistry, Zoology

PROFICIENT CREDENTIALS

•Epic implementation support and training; Epic Research, Beaker Clinical Pathology, Beaker Anatomic Pathology, Beaker Public Health Laboratory.

•Experienced Consultant with Excellent record of performance in the clinical and physician laboratory setting.

•Skilled in laboratory management using the Epic Software: Research, Beaker Clinical Pathology, Beaker Anatomic Pathology, Beaker Public Health, Quality Software Systems(QSS), Comtron LabGEN and CLIA guidelines.

•Capable of managing multiple projects and achieving impeccable results.

•Successfully implement efficient and cost reducing practices.

•Experienced in method development and validation of standard operating procedures.

•Proficient Microsoft office, Mac and Window systems.

Professional Experience

Honor health :Divurgent

October 2016- current

Go-live support Epic Beaker

•Provided Go-Live support to clinicians/Lab tech during implementation.

•Assist Clinician on placing and releasing orders

•Assist in navigating Hyperspace

•Assures that all standard operating and clinical policies, procedures and patient care workflows are followed

NYU Lutheran

Aug 2016- Sept 2016

Go- Live Support Ambulatory

• Assisted Physician with use of the Epic system.

• Assisted nurses on how to record Specimen collected in the Epic System.

• Assisted the Nurses on how to check their result and past records of the patients.

• Assist in navigating Hyperspace

Yale New Haven: ESD

July 2016- August 2016

Go-live support Epic Beaker

•Provided Go-Live support to clinicians/Lab tech during implementation.

•Assist Clinician on placing and releasing orders

•Assist in navigating Hyperspace

•Assures that all standard operating and clinical policies, procedures and patient care workflows are followed

Catholic Health Initiative: CSI

June 2016- June 2016

Go-live support Epic Beaker

•Provided Go-Live support to clinicians/Lab tech during implementation.

•Assist Clinician on placing and releasing orders

•Assist in navigating Hyperspace

•Assures that all standard operating and clinical policies, procedures and patient care workflows are followed.

Houston Methodist Hospital: CSI

May 2016- June 2016

Go-live support Epic Beaker

•Provided Go-Live support to clinicians/Lab Tech during implementation.

•Assist Clinician on placing and releasing orders

•Assist in navigating Hyperspace

•Assures that all standard operating and clinical policies, procedures and patient care workflows are followed.

•Assist in registration and scheduling

St Luke’s Hospital Philadelphia January 2016 – February 2016

Go-live support Epic Beaker

•Assisted Physician with use of the Epic system.

•Assisted nurses on how to record Specimen collected in the Epic System.

•Assisted the Nurses on how to check their result and past records of the patients.

•Assist in navigating Hyperspace

•Documenting Specimen collection and sending lab results to ordering and cc’d providers

•Assures that all standard operating and clinical policies, procedures and patient care workflows are followed.

•Assist in registration and scheduling

•Assist Clinician on placing and releasing orders

•Troubleshoot any technical issues and reports extensive issues to command center

•Recognize unexpected or implausible results, errors and problems with patient tests while overseeing instrument calibration results and transcribe successful results to clients.

•Supported end-users with at-the-elbow go-live support.

•Provided Go-Live support to clinicians during implementation.

Peace Health Medical Center

EPIC Go-Live Support Beaker, Vancouver, WA July 2015 – August 2015

●Proved in House support in the operation of Hyperspace

•Assisted Clinician with documenting Specimen collection and sending lab results to ordering and providers

•Assigns, directs, and monitors the work of Clinical Lab Scientists & other personnel in high complexity testing lab

•Provide assistance in the navigation of Hyperspace

•Assist in registration and scheduling

•Provide Go-Live support to clinicians during implementation

•Assist Clinician on placing and releasing orders

•Releases and reports results per Laboratory Standard Operating Procedures.

Premier Lab LLC, (physician toxicology Lab) Meridian Mississippi May 2015 – Till Present

CLIA General Supervisor, Certifying Scientist, Epic Beaker,

•Assigns, directs, and monitors the work of Clinical Lab Scientists & other personnel in high complexity testing lab

•Provide assistance in the navigation of Hyperspace

•Assist in registration and scheduling

•Assist Clinician on placing and releasing orders

•Releases and reports results per Laboratory Standard Operating Procedures.

•Maintain excellent lab practices which made passing the first CLIA inspection effortless.

•Assure that all standard operating and clinical policies, procedures and patient care workflows are followed.

•Monitored the documentation of specimen collection and sending lab results to ordering and cc’d providers

•Carried out CAP testing with outstanding results.

•Responsible for validations and implementation of new methods and procedures for extractions and LC/MS/MS.

•Maintained QC records. Performed troubleshooting and maintenance of LC/MS.

•Responsible for ordering and maintaining laboratory inventory supplies.

•Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable

Mission Diagnostics, Houston, TX September 2013 – May 2015

Clinical Chemist, Certifying Scientist, CLIA General Supervisor, Quality Software Systems(QSS) LIS, Epic Beaker

●Proved in House support to Clinical Toxicology lab in operation of Hyperspace

•Assisted Clinician with documenting Specimen collection and sending lab results to ordering and providers

●Operate the QTRAP® 4500 LC/MS/MS System to analyze and interpret raw data acquired from prepared samples and reagents

●Responsible for data interpretation, reporting and releasing all test results using the MultiQuant 3.0 Software

●Responsible for the maintenance of the LCMS, Carried out proficiency, validation and stability testing

●Performed procedures for quality control and quality assurance of all laboratory Drug analyses.

●Provides vision and analytical expertise on strategic performance management initiatives.

●Assigns, directs, and monitors the work of Clinical Lab Scientists & other personnel in high complexity testing lab

●Releases and reports results per Laboratory Standard Operating Procedures.

●Maintain excellent lab practices with made passing the first CLIA inspection effortless.

●Carried out CAP testing with outstanding results.

●Responsible for validations and implementation of new methods and procedures for extractions and LC/MS/MS.

●Maintained QC records. Performed troubleshooting and maintenance of LC/MS.

●Responsible for ordering and maintaining laboratory inventory supplies.

●Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws.

Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL August 2011- May 2013

Epic Research Analyst, Clinical Laboratory Technologist (interned under the supervision of Head of Graduate admission and research in Biochemistry department)

●Utilized Epic Research to conduct clinical research in my studies

●Utilized Biochemical techniques and Analytical Instrumentation in the study of Procathepsin D and B. Expression of Cathepsin D Protein and Induction of Recombinant Protein

●Gained wet chemistry, bench chemistry experience, knowledge of biochemical and cell-based assays

●Cultured cells, DNA exaction, PCR performed laboratory calculations, SDS-Page, prepared solutions/dilutions and completed pre-imaging cell staining.

●Participated in cell counting, cell sorting, biomarker detection and protein engineering using flow cytometer technology.

●Preserved cleanliness and organization of laboratory.

Iowa State University, Ames, IA May 2011- August 2011 Biology and Chemical Engineering Research Intern

●Completed 4 months’ internship working alongside chemical engineering department chair. Developed and successfully carried out an experimental design in the investigation of the biological functionality of pneumococcal surface protein A to determine whether pneumococcal surface protein A can be released from polyanhydride nanoparticles

●Kept records, prepared and updated written reports and procedure manuals.

●Conducted a biofuel Study of a newly classified plant called Thlaspi arvense in order to collect data on crop development and oilseed sample to measure Biofuel oil yield



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