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Paramedic

Notice how the resume grows more impressive as he lists what he learned and gained, along with how many times he performed the tasks.


John A. Doe

555 Long Drive, Someplace, WI555-555-5555 JohnADoe@internet.net

 Offering

Ÿ Proven track record of excellence in teaching and coaching on medical topics, with consistently high evaluations followed by improved performance of trainees.

Ÿ Practical, real-world medical experience in the field and in hospitals as flight paramedic.

Ÿ Extensive knowledge of medical equipment, products and pharmaceuticals and how they are used in the field and hospitals.

Ÿ Excellent communications skills that have been tested in classroom settings and in high-stress medical crises, involving people from a variety of cultures and socio-economic conditions.

Ÿ Strong work ethic and ability to multi-task while maintaining dedication to team and mission, and resourceful in overcoming barriers to complete projects.

Ÿ Aptitude for developing new skills, and reputation for consistently going beyond what is required.

Professional Experience


Flight Paramedic, LifeFlight, Someplace, WI  4/13/99 to Present.

Evaluated and provided direct care for more than 1,300 patients, including those with complex and involved-care needs outside the hospital setting.  Selected and applied pharmaceuticals more than 1,300 times, including thrombolytics and anti-arrythmics, sometimes independently and other times in radio contact with hospital ER staff.  Monitored more than 1,300 patients in flight for reactions to applications of pharmaceuticals and other observations, advised ER medical staff, and took corrective actions when necessary.

Used medical equipment such as invasive cardiac monitors, ventilators, and transport infusion pumps as well as performed invasive procedures such as central lines, chest tubes and pericardiocentisis.  Received frequent compliments on superior performance from managers and hospital medical staff.

Gained comprehensive knowledge and experience in selecting and using appropriate pharmaceuticals and medical devices under high-stress conditions while explaining the items and processes in understandable terms to patients and their worried family and friends at the scene.  Learned how to cope with and calm confused, distraught and otherwise emotionally upset patients and family members, who often expressed appreciation for excellent medical service combined with understanding demeanor during medical emergencies.

Developed and facilitated quarterly training as a leader of an internal education committee, whose product consistently meets requirements of CAMTS (Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems).  Presented nine workshops, seminars and individual coaching to improve team and individual performance.   As part of an external education committee, developed, organized, marketed and presented programs to more than 2,000 people and 85 organizations as part of continuing-education outreach programs.

Inventoried and selected $250,000 in medical supplies while also responsible for other administrative matters within the company on a day-to-day basis.

Independent Lecturer/Instructor, Someplace, WI, 1999 to present

Provided more than 85 lectures and training workshops to more than 35 ambulance districts, fire departments, and physicians’ offices.  Tailored on-site education to meet clients’ needs.  Designed the programs to also create opportunities to network with health care professionals.

Shift Supervisor /Training Officer/ Field Supervisor Someplace Regional Ambulance District, Someplace, WI, 4/2004 to 4/2005

Developed an internal education program within the company that provided employees with continuing education.  Created an outreach education program that offered continuing education for six Fire Department Districts.  Developed a first responder corps of 320 people for American Airlines.  Presented outreach education certification classes for Physician Groups and County Health Departments.

Shift Supervisor for a 350-square-mile ambulance district.  Under general direction, supervised and performed operational, technical and administrative paramedic oversight, during an assigned shift.

Education

Someplace Hospital Paramedic Program, Someplace, WI 1993

Someplace College, Someplace, WI

Management Information Systems Major

1989-1992 (Courses included: Microbiology, Advanced Physics, Public Speaking, Propoganda of the Modern World, and Accounting.)

Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Instructor and Provider

Pediatric Education for Pre-hospital Providers Instructor/Provider

Advanced Medical Life Support Instructor/Provider

Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support Instructor/Provider

Certified EMS Instructor

Pediatric Advanced Life Support provider

References

References are available upon request.

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