Austin, texas 78729
KINDRED, AUSTIN, TEXAS
Home health care, Nov 2012 – Present
Total patient care is including: check vital signs, report any abnormal signs and symptoms, assist with feeding and routine activities of daily living. Updating patient care skills for better and effective results to prevent causes of incidents like falls. More assigned responsibilities depend on the patients’ health condition.
SETON NORTHWEST HOSPITAL, Austin, Texas
Clinical nursing assistant ii, Feb 2002 – Feb 2016
During my employment at Seton Northwest Hospital I earned a lot of experiences as a clinical assistant II in IMC, ICU & Medical/Surgical floor regarding total patient care as practicing clinical skills such as: checking and monitoring vital signs, measuring patient intake and outputs, assist feeding, bathing and other activities of daily living, help patient with ambulation, draw blood and other required lab works ordered by the physicians. In addition, I had other responsibility working as a clerk at the desk was: answering the phone calls, patients’ call lights, putting the doctors’ orders in the computer such as, blood and other lab works, imaging, respiratory, social worker needs order, admit and discharge the patient, making patient charts, looking at heart monitor, documenting and report any heart abnormalities noticed on the heart strips. Besides, I was trying to make a positive environment at the workplace by offering help to other staffs to help them with their work load. After, I did transfer to Mother/Baby unite in 2008, I learned more skills to take care of the new born babies and postpartum mothers. My duty was to continue my clerical job, doing the blood work on the mothers and babies such as newborn screening, assist the pediatricians with Circumcises, help with breast and bottle feeding babies and verifying the baby’s health insurance. I also helping the hospital with translation if patient was Farsi or Azari speaking and had language barriers in English. Further more, giving trainee to the new hired staffs in mother & baby unit as I had the same responsibility in my previous years of working.
SUMMIT AT WEST LAKE HILL, AUSTIN, TEXAS
Medication Aid Administration, Oct 2001 – Jan 2002
Administration of prescribed medications following state and our agency policies, checking vital signs, documentation and reporting abnormal sign and symptoms. Ordering medications and supplies, checking blood sugar and fax ordering residents’ medications.
GRACEY WOODS NURSING CENTER, AUSTIN, TEXAS
Nursing Assistant and Medication Aid, Aug 1996 – Jan 2002
Patient total care as checking the vital signs, feeding, bathing, getting the patient up from and in bed and assist with walking if the patient was not stable to stand up and walk independently. As my job title changed to medication aid, I was checking vital signs, administering medication, documentation of given medicine, ordering medicine and reporting any abnormal finding.
PARMER LANE DAY CARE, AUSTIN, TEXAS
Teacher and Administration Assistant, Dec 1994 – Aug 1996
My responsibility as a teacher was watching them for safety, doing activities with them, playing with them feeding them (INFANTS) and help with feeding toddlers, teaching alphabets and reading books, sing a song and more other activities depends on their age groups.
As an administrative assistant my responsibility was to help with enrollment, making folders and printing applications, ordering supplies, checking the facility’s cleanliness, updating the facility with new state rules and regulations. Follow up with the case of any signs of negligent and abuses have found toward our children from the family or staffs. I also, checking the staffs time clocked in and out.
St, Edwards University, Austin, Texas
Completed coursework towards BA at Health and Human Services and Non Profit Organization Management
Completed some mental health and counseling courses
I was graduated as honor student. I did my internship at Adult Protective Services. I got experiences and trained how too manage the in taken calls in regard to assist the individuals whom they were seeking for help by doing investigation of their life conditions. I had to take care of few emergency case issues during my internship. I learned about many helpful sources and solutions that could help and support staffs to get positive outcomes of their effort to help adults toward better and healthy life. I also helped with few Farsi speaking clients to interpret about their concerns in to English. Documenting and reporting the found information during the case investigation. I also had some interview and counseling with few adults and teenage mothers who just got free from prison in regards to assist them toward their independency.
AUSTIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE, AUSTIN, TEXAS
Certified Medication Assistant, Jan 1998
Certified Phlebotomist, Feb 2002
Fluent in these languages: Farsi, Azari and English