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Physician Assistant

Location:
Tampa, FL
Salary:
100,000
Posted:
August 06, 2020

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JILLIAN G. GOLES, M.S.PAS PA-C

curriculum vitae

Education

**/****-**/**** ****** of Public Health - Health Policy Degree Expected December 2021

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee 07/2014-12/2016 Master of Science, Physician Assistant Studies HRSA EPAT Scholar

Shenandoah University, Winchester, Virginia

06/2012-05/2014 Bachelor of Arts, Interdisciplinary Studies - Pediatric Health Presidential Transfer Scholar, Cum Laude

University of Maryland Baltimore County, Maryland

06/2010-05/2012 Associate of Arts, General Studies Valedictorian, Summa Cum Laude

Community College of Baltimore County, Maryland

Certifications

National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) Certification# 1141705, exp. 12/31/2021

Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS), exp. 06/09/2021

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) for Healthcare Providers, exp. 06/08/2021

Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Providers, exp. 06/08/2021

CITI Human Research Subjects Certification, International Review Board (IRB), exp. 01/2021 Medical Licenses

Physician Assistant Licensure, State of Florida — submitted, pending approval

Physician Assistant Licensure, State of Maryland — License #C0006834, exp. June 30, 2021

Physician Assistant Licensure, State of Tennessee — License #3217, exp. 04/30/2022

DEA License #MG4317827

Maryland CDS License #PA95936

NPI #148*******

Certified Nursing Assistant, State of Maryland Board of Nursing — License #A00134821, exp. 04/28/2018 Professional Work Experience

03/2020-present Pulmonary & Critical Care Associates of Baltimore Med-Surg and COVID-19 ICUs

Physician Assistant

• Administer and prescribe appropriate courses of treatment, including consults, wound management, diagnostics tests/labs, imaging, and pharmaceutical medications.

• Interpret results of diagnostic tests/labs and images and initiate appropriate intervention.

• Respond to trauma resuscitations and critical care consults in emergency department.

• Respond and lead all medical codes with critical care RN as assist.

• Assist with intubation, sedation, insertion of chest tubes, central lines, arterial lines, tracheostomies, cricothyroidotomies.

• Independently perform common floor procedures such as intubation and extubation, tracheostomy downsize, decannulation, insertion and removal of arterial and central lines, insertion and removal of chest tubes, administration of tPA to clotted chest tubes, and wound vac changes.

• Independently titrate mechanical ventilation settings and ICU drips — including sedation and paralytics.

• Participate in daily ICU rounds with attending and charge RN.

• Prescribe pre-operative and post-operative treatment and procedures, such as sedatives, diets, activity level, antibiotics, analgesics, tracheostomy care, and wound care.

• Collaborate with attending physician to determine appropriate treatments and discharge plan.

• Coordinate all necessary inpatient and outpatient consultations, including social work and discharge planning.

• Complete history and physicals, as well as daily progress and procedure notes. 3700 Toone Street Apt. 2432, Baltimore, MD 21224 ade424@r.postjobfree.com 410-***-****

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06/2018-08/2019 Johns Hopkins Hospital

Department of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery (FTE) Cardiovascular Surgical Intensive Care Unit (PRN)

Emergency General Surgery/Trauma Service (PRN)

Physician Assistant

• Administer and prescribe appropriate courses of treatment, including consults, wound management, diagnostics tests/labs, imaging, and pharmaceutical medications.

• Interpret results of diagnostic tests/labs and images and initiate appropriate intervention.

• Independently perform outpatient procedures, including: excision of skin lesions, lipomas, and cysts, hypertrophic scar injections, steroid injections, wound vac changes, tissue expander fills, and removal of JP and IR drains.

• Independently administer Botox for treatment of Bell's palsy, partial facial paralysis and synkinesis.

• First assist in surgical cases of varying length and complexity.

• Select appropriate surgical suture and closure technique, and independently close surgical incisions and laparoscopic port-sites.

• Assist with skin preparation and surgical draping.

• Prescribe pre-operative and post-operative treatments, such as sedatives, diets, activity level, antibiotics, analgesics, and wound care.

• Round on all inpatients twice weekly with attending physicians.

• Collaborate with attending physician to determine appropriate treatments and discharge plan.

• Assist attending physician with associated clinic follow-up visits.

• Complete clinic progress notes, brief op notes, and post-operative notes. 04/2017-05/2018 Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Surgery, Division of Trauma Surgery & Surgical Critical Care Physician Assistant & Vanderbilt University School of Medicine Faculty

• Administer and prescribe appropriate courses of treatment, including consults, wound management, diagnostics tests/labs, imaging, and pharmaceutical medications.

• Interpret results of diagnostic tests/labs and images and initiate appropriate intervention.

• Respond to trauma resuscitations in emergency department.

• Assist with intubation, sedation, insertion of chest tubes, central lines, arterial lines, tracheostomy, cricothyroidotomy and REBOA catheters.

• Independently perform common floor procedures such as tracheostomy downsize, decannulation, removal of chest tubes, administration of tPA to clotted chest tubes, and wound vac changes.

• First assist in surgical cases of varying length and complexity.

• Select appropriate surgical suture and closure technique.

• Independently close surgical incisions and laparoscopic port-sites.

• Assist with skin preparation, surgical draping, and when possible assist anesthesiology with sedation and intubation.

• Prescribe pre-operative and post-operative treatment and procedures, such as sedatives, diets, activity level, antibiotics, analgesics, tracheostomy care, and wound care.

• Round on all patients at beginning and end of shift, examine, and order additional labs and imaging as appropriate.

• Collaborate with attending physician to determine appropriate treatments and discharge plan.

• Assist attending physician with associated clinic follow-up visits.

• Complete history and physicals, daily progress notes, and post-operative notes. 06/2017-05/2018 Vanderbilt University Medical Center Department of Medicine

PRN Physician Assistant & Vanderbilt Health OnCall Provider

• Examine patients, determine diagnoses, and initiate appropriate interventions and treatments for acute primary care complaints.

• Order, administer, and interpret the results of diagnostic tests/labs.

• Review pertinent past medical records, labs, and imaging when appropriate.

• Refer patients to specialists or emergency department when clinically indicated.

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06/2017-Present Lipscomb University Physician Assistant Program Adjunct Professor & Clinical Instructor

• Assist in creation of curriculum, syllabi, and other course documents for surgical courses.

• Supervise and precept PA students on surgical rotations at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

• Assist in scheduling PA student rotations within surgical specialties.

• Guest lecture for clinical medicine and diagnostics courses.

• Organize and host surgical rotation preparation labs which include demonstration of appropriate scrub technique and suture skills, as well as a review of general OR organization and surgical instruments.

• Serve as a mentor and advisor for PA students.

01/2013-07/2014 Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Inpatient Unit

Psychiatric Behavioral Specialist

03/2012-01/2013 Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland Child & Adolescent Psychiatric Inpatient Unit

Clinical Customer Service Representative

01/2012-01/2013 Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore Maryland Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Medicine

Research Assistant

Clinical Proficiencies

Proficient in: History and physical examinations of all ages, interpretation of routine laboratory and imaging, interpretation of EKGs, venipuncture, initiation of intravenous infusions, insertion and removal of central lines, endotracheal intubation, nasogastric intubation, insertion and removal of chest tubes, wound VAC management, burn care, aseptic and isolation techniques, incision and drainage, skin lesion removal, casting and splinting, collection of cultures, wound care and dressing changes, placement of Foley catheters, closure of wounds requiring sutures/staples/Dermabond, removal of sutures and staples. Surgical skills: Experience as surgical first assist and second assist in surgical cases of varying complexity and surgical specialty. Proficient in pre-operative care, surgical skin preparation and draping, retraction, surgical site closure, transfer to PACU and completion of post-operative orders, dictation of discharge summaries, explanation of discharge instructions, and coordination of follow-up appointments.

EMR Proficiencies

EPIC

StarPanel & Wiz

Meditech

Centrix

Eclinicalworks

NextGen

MicroMD

Practice Fusion

Allscripts

CRISP – Maryland’s Health Information Exchange

Professional Memberships

American Academy of Physician Assistants, Fellow Member

American Association of Surgical Physician Assistants, Fellow Member

Maryland Academy of Physician Assistants, Fellow Member

Tennessee Academy of Physician Assistants, Fellow Member

Virginia Academy of Physician Assistants, Student Member

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Leadership Positions and Professional Societies

Student Health Policy Fellow, Physician Assistant Education Association, 2015-2016

Mid-Atlantic Regional Director, Student Academy of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, 2015-2016

Leadership Task Group Director, Student Academy of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, 2015-2016

Fundraising Chair, Shenandoah University Physician Assistant Student Society, 2014-2016

Student Academy of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, Advocacy and Policy Task Group Member, 2014-2015

Treasurer, UMBC Interdisciplinary Studies Council of Majors, 2013-2014

Vice President, UMBC Chapter of Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society, 2013-2014

Student Ambassador, UMBC Office of Admissions, 2012-2014

Wellness Chair, Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority, 2013-2014

Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority, Member & Alumni

Student Ambassador and Blogger, Community College of Baltimore County, 2010-2012

President, CCBC Chi Theta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, 2011-2012

President and Founder, CCBC Essex Psychology and Mental Health Society, 2011-2012 Honors and Awards

Mary Jo Kleiner Award for Service to the Interdisciplinary Studies Department, 2014

Valedictorian and President’s Distinguished Graduate, Community College of Baltimore County, 2012

Elected UMBC Student Representative, DC Worlds Affairs Council Education Gala, 2013

Student of the Year, Community College of Baltimore County Department of Psychology, 2012

All-State Maryland Academic Team Scholar, 2012

Scholarships and Stipends

2014-2016 HRSA Expansion of Physician Assistant Training Grant Scholar 2012-2014 UMBC Presidential Transfer Scholar, Full Tuition Award 2012-2014 UMBC Transfer Alliance Stipend

2013 UMBC International Field Research Scholar

2012 Leslie Isennock Foundation Scholarship

2010-2012 CCBC Honors Program Scholarship

2010-2014 Kathy Klausmeier Senatorial Scholarship

2010-2014 Delegate Cluster & Boteler Scholarship

2011 CCBC Dresher Foundation Scholarship

Publications

Stonko, David P. and Goles, Jillian G. "Reflection: an MD and PA students’ take on vaccination," Tennessee Medicine E-Journal: Vol. 2: Iss. 1, Article 4; 2016.

Goles, J. The Inclusion of Women’s Health in Sustainable Medical Mission Trip Models: A PA Student’s Perspective. VA Engage Journal: Vol. 4, Article 2; 2015.

Goles, J. and Welbourne, A. Dermatology Evidence Based Medicine: Clinical Comparison of Single Q-Switched Laser Therapy and Combination Laser Therapy. Journal of Dermatology for Physician Assistants. Accepted, not yet published. Projects and Presentations

2015-2016 Mental Health Advocacy, Student Health Policy Fellowship Project Physician Assistant Education Association. Washington, D.C. 2014 Goles, J. Restraint Policies and Practices in the Psychiatric Setting. Oral presentation. Interdisciplinary Studies Senior Capstone Presentations. University of Maryland; May 5, 2014. Baltimore, MD. Capstone Papers

2014 Goles, J. Restraint Policies and Practices in the Psychiatric Setting. Interdisciplinary Studies Senior Capstone. University of Maryland Baltimore County. Baltimore, MD.

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2015 Goles, J. Laser Tattoo Removal: Clinical Comparison of Single Q-Switched Laser Therapy and Combination Laser Therapy. Shenandoah University. Winchester, VA. Research Experience

2012-2013 Burn Model System Study. Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Principal investigator: James Fauerbach, PhD

NIDRR funded cohort study assessing psychosocial and physical function outcomes following severe burn injury.

2012-2013 Safety, Meaning, Activation and Resilience Trial. Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Principal investigator: James Fauerbach, PhD

NIDRR funded study assessing the potential efficacy of a brief, novel psychological intervention for the prevention of post-traumatic stress disorder.

2012-2013 Burn Rehabilitation: Integration of Nintendo Gaming Technology. Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Principal investigator: James Fauerbach, PhD

NIDRR funded study assessing the potential utility of virtual reality-based gaming technologies on pain distraction and positive mood during physical rehabilitation procedures. 2012-2013 Long Term Follow Up of the National Database Sample. Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.

Principal investigator: James Fauerbach, PhD

NIDRR funded cohort study assessing long-term psychosocial and physical function outcomes (i.e., 5 and 10 years) following severe burn injury.

Public Speaking

2014-2016 Student Speaker, Shenandoah University Open House Events 2012-2014 Student Speaker, UMBC Transfer Student Alliance Banquets 2012-2014 Student Speaker, UMBC Transfer Open House Events 2012 Commencement Speaker, Community College of Baltimore County Commencement 2012 Student Speaker, CCBC Annual State Legislator Luncheon in Annapolis, Maryland 2012 Student Speaker, CCBC Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Induction International Experience

2015 PA Student, Shenandoah University Health Professions Medical Mission Trip, Nicaragua 2014 Undergraduate Student Volunteer, UMBC Chapter of Global Medical Brigades Public Health & Medical Mission Trip, Panama

2013 International Field Research Scholar, UMBC International Field Research Trip, Switzerland Other Professional Involvement and Volunteerism

2016 Student Attendee, American Academy of Physician Assistants Conference, San Antonio, TX 2015-2016 Volunteer, Johns Hopkins Believe in Tomorrow Foundation 2015-2016 Volunteer & Grassroots Advocate, Chesapeake Bay Foundation

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2015 Student Attendee, American Academy of Physician Assistants Conference, San Francisco, CA 2015 Student Attendee, American Academy of Physician Assistants Leadership and Advocacy Summit 2013-2014 Volunteer, St. Agnes Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland 2013 Undergraduate Student Volunteer, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Alternative Winter Break, Baltimore, Maryland

2012-2013 Student Representative, UMBC Student Health Advisory Board 2013-2013 Student Advisor, UMBC Student Leadership Advisory Board 2012-2013 Student Representative, UMBC Wellness Initiative 2012-2013 Student Representative, UMBC Suicide Prevention Committee 2013 Co-coordinator and Volunteer, CCBC Relay for Life 2012 Officer Attendee, Phi Theta Kappa National Leadership Conference, Nashville, TN Professional and Academic References

Joseph Sakran, MD, MPH, MPA

Assistant Professor of General Surgery

Associate Chief, Division of Trauma & Emergency General Surgery Johns Hopkins Hospital

Phone: 571-***-****

E-mail: ade424@r.postjobfree.com

Oluseyi Aliu, M.S., MD

Assistant Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Johns Hopkins Hospital

Phone: 713-***-****

E-mail: ade424@r.postjobfree.com

Gedge Rosson, MD

Director of Breast Reconstruction

Co-Director, Johns Hopkins Facial Palsy Center

Associate Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Associate Professor of Oncology

Johns Hopkins Hospital

Phone: 410-***-****

E-mail: ade424@r.postjobfree.com

Tara Rogers, RN, BSN

Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Trauma ICU

Phone: 731-***-****

E-mail: ade424@r.postjobfree.com

Nina McCaig, RN, BSN

Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Trauma ICU

Phone: 931-***-****

E-mail: ade424@r.postjobfree.com

Vincent Fitzgerald, PA-C, M.S.-PAS

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Department of Surgery

Mercy Medical Center

Phone: 410-***-****

E-mail: ade424@r.postjobfree.com

Ashley Merryman, ANP-BC

Berryville Medical Associates

Phone: 540-***-****

E-mail: ade424@r.postjobfree.com

J. Leocadia Conlon, MPH, PA-C

Associate Director

Shenandoah University Division of Physician Assistant Studies Phone: 540-***-****

E-mail: ade424@r.postjobfree.com

Tony Miller, PA-C, M.Ed.

Program Director, Shenandoah University Division of Physician Assistant Studies Chief Policy & Research Officer, Physician Assistant Education Association Phone: 703-***-****

E-mail: ade424@r.postjobfree.com



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