YOLANDA SIBLEY, LPN
**** ****** **.*** ****, Ladson,SC 29456
Competent and results-driven licensed practical nurse with a dynamic work history and thorough medical education, seeking mutually rewarding opportunities with a progressive healthcare organization.
Relay information fluidly and accurately to clients, co-workers, and management.
Adapt to new situations and learns new skills and procedures with ease.
Organize and prioritize duties in order to complete simultaneous projects within deadlines.
Maintain multiple computer proficiencies, while typing 35 words per minute with 10-key skills.
Ultimate Medical Academy – Tampa, FL Nov, 2012
Medical Billing and Coding Diploma (GPA 4.0)
Gateway Technical College – Kenosha, WI May,2010
Licensed Practical Nurse Certification
Core Medical Qualifications
Medical Billing Medical Coding Payment Posting
ICD-9-CM, HCPCS, CPT Introduction to ICD-10-CM Scheduling
Insurance Verification Co-Payments and Deductibles Medical Terminology
Anatomy & Physiology HIPAA Compliance Government Payers
Medicare & Medicaid Tricare Third- Party Payers
CMS 1500, CMS 1450 (UB-04), EOB’s Electronic Medical Records Worker’s Compensation
Managed Care (HMO, PPO, and POS) MEDISOFT, Next Gen Office Management
Insurance Claim Processing Insurance Billing Procedures Medical Office. Procedures
MUSC Charleston,SC 3/12/ 2018-Present 40 hours per week
RACINE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Racine, WI 12/12/2016-2/28/2018 35 hours per week
ADVANCED PAIN MANAGEMENT– Racine, WI 2/10/2014-10/10/2016 40 hours per week
CURATIVE CARE NETWORK – Milwaukee, WI 6/9/ 2013 -2/4/ 2014 40 hours per week
ASSURED HEALTHCARE STAFFING – Racine, WI 7/1/ 2012- 7/31/2013 25 hours per week
CONCENTRA – Milwaukee, WI 5/5/2012-10/10/2013 40 hours per week
Patient and family teaching following procedures, medication, and vaccine education, transcribe physician orders, properly record lab results, vital signs and medication changes and monitor per doctor orders. Administer medication prescribed by physician.
Perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation when needed.
Provide basic patient care or treatments, such as: Taking temperatures and blood pressures, weight,height,oxygen saturation level, dressing wounds, observe and monitor patients while in recovery area after procedures and inform nurse and physician of any changes in patients condition.
Sterilize equipment and supplies, using germicides, sterilizers and autoclave.
Performed procedures electrocardiograms (EKG), breath alcohol test (BAT), urine drug screens (UDS), vision acuity test, bone marrow biopsies, injections, and lab collection.
PATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN
WISCONSIN HEART HOSPITAL – Milwaukee, WI 1/5/2008 – 10/1/2009 40 hours per week
FROEDTERT HOSPITAL – Milwaukee, WI 1/15/2006 – 7/31/2008 40 hours per week
GREENVILLE HOSPITAL – Greenville, SC 3/21/2001 – 1/4/2003 40 hours per week
FLOWER HOSPITAL – Sylvania, OH 10/15/1999 – 2/18/2001 40 hours per week
Answered signal lights, bells and intercom system to determine patients’ needs.
Recorded temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates and food and fluid intake and output under the direction of senior medical personnel.
Transported patients, using wheelchairs and wheeled carts and assisted patients to walk throughout the facility.
AEROTEK – Schaumburg, IL 11/15/2005 –11/30/ 2006 40 hours per week
LABCORP – Chicago, IL 3/10/2003 – 9/25/2005 40 hours per week
Assembled tourniquets, needles, blood-collection devices, gauze, cotton and alcohol on work trays.
Verified and recorded identity for patient and donor prior to procedures.
Collected blood, tissue and other laboratory specimens, logged specimens and prepared them for testing.
Additional Work Experience
KENOSHA HOSPITAL – Kenosha, WI 4/15/1998 – 10/31/1999 40 hours per week