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Desired Industry: Healthcare SpiderID: 69318
Desired Job Location: Syracuse, New York Date Posted: 7/8/2013
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 45000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Goal-driven, dedicated, and
compassionate professional offering
extensive experience in patient care,
program implementation, and healthcare
management. Demonstrate excellent
customer service and interpersonal
skills; along with the capability to
adapt to new environments and diverse
cultures. Exhibit strong critical
thinking skills as well as analytical,
problem-solving, organizational and time
management abilities. Possess technical
proficiency with Epic Medical,
iTransplant, and Microsoft Office Suite
(Word, PowerPoint, and Excel).


Experience:
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

FINGER LAKES DONOR RECOVERY NETWORK
(FLDRN) - SYRACUSE, NY
Organ Procurement Coordinator |
Perfusion Specialist - University of
Rochester Dec 2010–Present
Provide prompt response to organ donor
referrals; as well as evaluation on
potential organ donors while identifying
medical suitability for organ and tissue
donation through laboratory studies,
medical record review, and physical
assessment. Accomplish various clinical
on-call processes which include rounds
within open cases and coordination with
medical directors regarding donation
potential. Assume full responsibility in
generating consent form as well as in
gathering medical and social history.
Ensure adherence to proper organ
allocation and oversee the arrangement
of ground and air transportation for
local and visiting surgical teams in
traveling to the donor hospital. Provide
support to the operating room with
regard to scrubbing-in and adhering to
sterile technique. Render assistance
with the development of abstracts and
research projects.

Highlights:
- Sustained communication with
transplant surgeons in dealing with
importation of organs; transportation
for incoming organs; and recovery of
accepted organs.
- Functioned as perfusion
specialist responsible for mixing up
medication for perfusion, packaging
organs, and complying with United
Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS)
policies.
- Implemented education and in-
service programs for the staff
throughout designated hospitals for
nursing, medical, and ancillary as
requested by the Health Department.
- Acted as liaison with allocated
groups including Rochester Eye and
Tissue Bank (RETB), Finger Lakes Eye and
Tissue Bank (FLETB), Musculoskeletal
Transplant Foundation (MTF), and Donate
Life America.
- Initiated essential medical
record reviews across all assigned
hospitals in order to promote hospital
development.

STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK (SUNY)
UPSTATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY - SYRACUSE,
NY
Clinical Technician - Surgical Intensive
Care Unit, Level One Trauma Center
Aug 2007–Nov 2010
Directly reported to licensed registered
nurse (RN) in administering direct
patient care. Proactively participated
in organizing and rendering services for
the Surgical Intensive Care Unit.
Carried out phlebotomy and other
laboratory procedures on patients in
accordance with assigned SUNY Upstate
protocol. Took charge of resolution of
issues; implementation of safe work
environment; quality improvement; and
promotion of efficient operations.
Ensured efficient stock of all medical
supplies and oversaw the setup of rooms
for all traumas.

Highlights:
- Accomplished direct and indirect
nursing care procedures which included
support for simple procedures, delivery
of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR),
assistance with patient admission,
transfer, and discharge process.
- Sustained cooperation with all
levels of healthcare team and
effectively served as instructor for
incoming medical students and new
clinical technicians.
- Accumulated and disseminated
accurate information for the patient and
contributed in promoting personal and
professional development.

ROCHESTER GENERAL HOSPITAL, ROCHESTER,
NY
Unit Technician III - Medical Intensive
Care Unit/Critical Care Unit Apr
2004–Aug 2007
Expertly provided direct patient care
under the supervision of a licensed RN.
Spearheaded services for the Medical
Intensive Care Unit (MICU) and Critical
Care Unit (CCU). Conducted phlebotomy on
patients in compliance with the
protocols of the hospital, including
venipuncture and Accu-Checks. Prepared
and documented all telemetry strips on
patients and formulated records of vital
signs. Facilitated the application of
electrocardiograms (EKGs) and recorded
measurements. Monitored the entire
transporting process of patient
specimens; compiled laboratory reports;
and coordinated with RN and medical
doctor (MD) regarding abnormal
laboratory values.

Highlights:
- Held responsibility for
communicating with all departments which
included Radiology, Chemistry,
Microbiology, Social Work, and
Psychology.
- Completed the arrangement of
appointments for surgeries; update of
medical records with patient laboratory
results; coordination of patient
information with primary care
physicians; and compilation of MD orders
into the computer system.


Education:

EDUCATION

Master of Public Health, with
Concentration in Epidemiology, | 2014
Kaplan University, Chicago, IL

Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design
| 2001
College of Architecture and Planning,
University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY

Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts,
Humanities, and Social Sciences, Deans
List | 1998
Niagara Community College, Sanborn, NY


Affiliations:
AFFILIATIONS

American Public Health Association
(APHA)
Association for Professionals in
Infection Control and Epidemiology
(APIC)
American Statistical Association (ASA)


Skills:
AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Public Health - Patient Admission -
Program Development - Laboratory
Operations - Document/Reports Management
Performance Improvement - Patient
Relations - Team Building - Staff
Coordination - Regulatory Compliance

Clinical Rotations: Phlebotomy -
Surgical and Medical Intensive Care Unit
- Critical Care Unit - Epidemiology
Operating Room - Emergency - Trauma
Center


Additional Information:
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Certifications:
Certificate in Infectious Disease
Concepts in Epidemiology - Northwest
Center for Public Health Practice | 2014
Certificate in Global Health M&E
Fundamentals - Global Health Learning
center | 2014
Certificate in Out Break Investigation -
Northwest Center for Public Health
Practice | 2014
Certificate in Phlebotomy - University
of Rochester Medical Center | 2002
Certificate in Cardiopulmonary
Resuscitation (CPR) / Basic Life Support
(BLS) - American Heart Association |
2002

Training:
Cardiopulmonary Anatomy and Physiology -
Genesee College | 2006
Biology - Finger Lakes Community College
| 2005
Emergency Medical Technician Course -
Monroe Community College | 2004
Anatomy and Physiology 1 & 2,
Microbiology - Brockport College | 2003–
2004


Reference:
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