6104 Bayberry Drive
Columbus, 31907, Georgia, US
Mobile Phone: 7063585638
Secondary Phone: 7065696491
I am an Innovative, results-driven entry level Healthcare Administrative Professional. Strengths include problem solving, attention to detail, maintaining confidentiality, working independently, and the ability to manage multiple priorities in a fast-paced environment. My objective is to use my abilities to assist the company in reaching the companies goals. By successfully working with my coworkers or alone I can accomplish many task quickly and accurately within an organization.
August 28, 2012-September 29, 2012
Hospice/Assistant Living Home for the Elderly and Disabled
St. James Living Facility/Columbus, GA
At St. James Assistant Living Facility I was a CNA in training. I received my CPR and First Aid certification through American Red Cross and my certification will not expire until 2014. While at St. James I worked closely with the owner Ms. Pat. Ms. Pat was training me in the administrative procedures of an assistant living home because of my bachelor’s degree in Health Care Administration I received from University of Phoenix April 30, 2012.
My job included cleaning the patient’s rooms and assisting the patients with their medication. I didn’t administer any medications I just supervised the patients while they took and administered their own medications. I recorded when medication was given and had to deal with difficult patients on a daily basis. Many patients were able to care for themselves besides some stroke patients and diabetic patients who had to be monitored or assisted with daily activities like bathing or outside walks or exercise.
I worked all shifts morning, evening, and overnight shifts. I was responsible for washing the patients clothes making sure the patients were in bed on time and received their medications on time. I helped the RN Veronica Coldpepper with the nutrition menu and I also help the cook prepare the meals. I have experience dealing with frail older patients who need more patience from me or other coworkers. I never complained about the work load and provided Mrs. Pat and Mrs. Coldpepper with my best work. Mrs. Pat was interested in expanding/opening another facility which is why I was training under her cause she asked me if I would like to be the administrative head of her new facility.
October 2005 - June 2012
Buena Vista Road Animal Hospital | Columbus, GA
As a veterinary technician I was the doctors assistant and lab worker. I also did administrative work for the clients.
As a veterinary technician I was responsible for running lab test, restraining the patient, drawing blood, developing Xrays, cleaning the kennels, cleaning and sanitizing the treatment area, preparing the patients for surgery, assisting the doctor during surgery, caring for the patients during their stay at the hospital, and taking vital signs and recording all data on a medical record. My job also included speaking with clients, filing records, entering medical codes and information into the medical system, scheduling patients for surgery and boarding reservations, making the client feel welcome and providing quality health care service.
Leadership, administrative, conflict resolution, type 80-100 wpm,
Office Manager/Security Guard
February 2004 - September 2005
Airbourne Security Services | Columbus, GA
Security and Surveillance
I was responsible for managing the companies administrative responsibilities.
I had to prepare and mail the organization's invoices for a variety of different companies Airbourne Security provided services for. I was responsible for recruiting security guards and assigning security personnel to different locations. Some of the locations were out of city or state. I was responsible for maintaing contact with other companies to make sure our organization was providing each company with satifactory service. I had to build and maintain the company website. I had to keep electronic and paper copies of all interactions between our organization and other companies. I also subbed as a security officer part time. In a situation where any of our employees would call out sick I would cover their shift whether it was morning or night.
Management, record filing, communication, type 80-100 wpm, leadership,
Bachelor's Degree, Health and Medical Administrative Services,
June 2009 - April 2012
University of Phoenix | Columbus, GA
•Responsible for the provision and commissioning of local health care through the management of hospital, general practitioner (GP) and community health services. Managers liaise with all levels of medical staff, whilst considering the demands of political policy and local circumstances.
•it negotiated with medical (often at the most senior levels) and non-medical staff internally, and with people in external organizations, e.g. social services, voluntary groups or the private sector;
•manages clinical, professional, clerical and administrative staff;
•manages the recruitment, selection, appraisal and development of staff;
•oversees the day-to-day management of an organization, a specific unit or a service area;
•implements new policies and directives;
•gathers and analyses data and using it to plan and manage both projects and systems;
•evaluates new strategies and systems;
•extrapolates data for monitoring and quality assurance purposes;
•Sets budgets and maintains finances within tight constraints.
CPR and First Aid Licensed certification through Red Cross
The certification was recognized in September 2012 and is valid for two years
Practice CNA under the supervision of an RN (no certification/but I’m Knowledgeable)
BS (Health Care Administration)
University of Phoenix
Team Building and Project management
Strong Written and Verbal Communication Skills
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS / AFFILIATIONS
Senior Class Secretary
Senior Class Secretary (2001-2002)-aided in planning and organizing our class reunion. Scheduling the senior class and school clubs for year book pictures, aided in designing the senior class shirt and year book. Aided the school in teaching the senior the class song and graduation ceremony.
Future Teachers of America (2001-2002)
During my senior year I taught high school science classes with the aid of the teacher. I traveled to Georgetown Elementary School and taught fifth grade science and social studies for eight weeks. I observed for four weeks prior to teaching.
Freedom Fighters (2001-2002)
After school choir traveling to different parts of the community to give young teenagers and adults a more positive attitude on life. The choir traveled to churches and schools singing and giving kids and adults another alternative to the negative things in life like drugs and gangs.
Junior Civitan (2001-2002)
Provided volunteer services to programs like Keep Columbus Beautiful. Volunteered at nursing homes and rescue missions.
Science Club (2001-2002)
Participated in city and state science programs and competitons.
Georgetown Afterschool Program (2000-2001)
Volunteered at Georgetown Elementary School for the Afterschool Program working for the program director Betty Black. For a year I assisted with arts and crafts class. Tutoring children grades pre-k to 5th grade with homework ranging from learning ABC’s to 5th grade science and social studies. I was in charge of passing out drinks and snacks, I assisted in supervising the children during recess, I assisted in making sure the children’s guardian signed them out on the sign in sheet, and assisted in clean up.
Girl Scouts (1989-2001)
I went from a daisy scout all the way to senior scout. I've learned communuication and team work skills throughout my time as a girl scout. I learned some survival skills and how to think on my feet.
HONORS & AWARDS
Citizenship Award (2005)
Freedom Fighters Award (2002)
Kendrick High School Librarian Award (2002)
National Honor Roll (2002)
Who's Who Award Among High School Seniors (2002)
Kendrick High School Honor Roll (1999-2002)
Girl Scouts Gold Award (2001)
Girl Scouts Silver Award (2000)
John R. Blozies
D.V.M., Buena Vista Road Animal Hospital
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