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Washington, District of Columbia, United States
October 10, 2016

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Eric Marcelle Jackson, B.S., NRCPT

**** * ******, ** - **********, D.C. 20019



I am interested in/or like to work as Phlebotomist with your organization. In addiction, I am also a certified and skilled health unit coordinator and health administrative assistant. I'm a nationally registered certified and skilled phlebotomist. CPR Certified.


University of the District of Columbia, Washington, DC

B.S. Degree, Public Health/Health Education (May 2003)

Georgetown University School of Nursing and Health Studies, Washington, DC

Certification, Health Unit Coordination (April 2009)

ACT College The Allied Health School, Arlington, VA

Licensed-Nationally Registered Certification Phlebotomy Technician (March 2010)

ACTIVITY/HONOR: University of the District of Columbia Student Ambassador (April 2002);

ACT College Honor Roll Graduate (June 2010)


B.S. Degree Public Health/Health Education (2003), DC Substitute Teacher License (2004); Personal Trainer National Certification (2006); Health Unit Coordinator Certification (2009), Licensed National Registered Certified Phlebotomist Technician (2010), CPR/First Aid Certified (2010).


District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS), Washington, DC

Substitute Teacher

February 2005 - Current

Responsible for covering, managing and teaching health and physical education and other subjects, as requested during the absence of the assigned teacher; I am also assigned to teach classes that a teacher has not been assigned to teach, due to shortage of teaching staff.

Sports Pro Physical Therapy, Upper Marlboro, MD

Physical Therapy Technician

March 2006 - May 2006

Assisted with physical therapy procedures and prepared areas for client's physical assessments. I was responsible for the rehabilitation of patients who was released to perform exercise routines.

Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA), Washington, DC

Weight Trainer/Personal Trainer

February 2001 - July 2003/November 2006 - March 2007

I administered fitness/equipment orientation, and fit testing to members upon membership. In addition, instructed members on proper use of equipment and machines, as well as, ensured equipment and machines were properly maintained. Provided personal training for individual; in addition, provided strength and conditioning training, as well as health and nutrition advice to individual members paying too accomplished a specific goal.


Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Washington, DC 20422

Phlebotomy Training Certification Program

February 16, 2010 - March 24, 2010

I completed 160 hours of phlebotomy training in the outpatient laboratory setting and inpatient bed rounds at VAMC hospital. I draw the blood of about 25 - 30 patients per day, and collected urine specimens, after verifying the patient and checking the requisition for test procedures. I labeled specimens as required by test orders, and package them for transport to lab, and occasionally I transported specimens to the lab for testing. I also learned how to set up and connected patients to an EKG device. I communicated all unresolved problems immediately to the appropriate supervisor for resolution and remained polite and courteous at all times, to insure patient cooperation.

Georgetown University School of Nursing and Health Studies, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC

Health Unit Coordinator Training

January 2009 - April 2009

I developed the competencies and skills to understand the role and duties of the health unit coordinator in the inpatient and outpatient hospital settings using computerized systems. I identified the patient who had an appointment and made appointment as requested. Maintained patient charts and confidentiality and answered phone calls.

D.C. Department of Health, Children with Special Health Care Needs Division, Washington, DC

Public Health-Health Internship

February 2003 - May 2003

I worked with children coping with asthma and respiratory conditions in the District Public School System. I was responsible, with the help of others, for the administration of putting together workshops and seminars in D.C. Public Schools, on educating students coping with, and students without asthma and respiratory conditions. They dealt with the importance of dealing with and how to handle such condition during an incidence.

D.C. Department of Health, Bureau, Communicable Disease Control, Washington, DC

Public Health-Health Practicum Internship October 2002 - December 2002

Generated daily reports of the syndrome surveillance of eight local hospitals, tally and log the chief complaints, log them in the data base system, and report on the flags which occurred.


Windows: Microsoft - Access, Excel, and Word; Word Processing/Data Entry; Internet Explorer- E-mailing, and Faxing, Printing, Xeroxing, Faxing, Binding, and Processing Mail, Answering a multiple-line telephone, Filing, Record keeping and tracking, Operating a Micro Film Machine for research projects and Document Tech Machine for duplicating and bates number labeling.


CPR/First Aid Certified; Nationally Registered Certified Phlebotomy Technician, National Allied Health Test Registry/Veterans Affairs Medical Center; Certified Health Unit Coordinator/Medical Assistant, Georgetown University Hospital; Physical Therapy/Rehabilitation Technician, Sports Pro Physical Therapy; Personal Trainer, National Capital YMCA.

REFERENCES: References are available upon request.

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