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Jessica Claire
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Summary

Dedicated and focused Emergency Medical professional bringing expertise in emergent injury assessment, treatment and patient care. Excellent aptitude for building patient rapport to mitigate stress and deliver efficient treatment. Proven history of sound judgment and critical thinking in high-pressure situations. Ambitious student pursuing Paramedic degree eager to contribute developed knowledge in Paramedic role. Skilled in working under extreme pressure and still able to make sound decisions for my patients well-being and care. Adaptable and driven with strong work ethic and ability to thrive in team-based or individually motivated settings. Hardworking and reliable Advanced Emergency Medical Technician with strong ability in emergent situations and dealing with the mentally ill. Very Dependable employee who loves what I do. I take my job very serious and will take up every chance to earn additional certifications/skills, continued education, etc. In March of 2020, I was chosen out of many applicants for the opportunity to take the TECC (Tactical Emergency Casualty Care) course. I successfully attended and passed the written and physical test. I was able to earn a Tactical patch. I was also chosen to take part in SWAT training since I was able to successfully obtain TECC patch. Unfortunately, I had to turn down the offer to take this class due to a very close family member with terminal cancer. I do plan on obtaining the SWAT certification as soon as it is offered again.

Skills
  • Ambulance transport
  • IV fluid replacement
  • Respiratory care assessment
  • Field patient assessments
  • Critical decision-making skills
  • Vital sign assessment
  • Reporting and documentation
  • Patient evaluations
  • CPR and First Aid
  • Emergency management
  • Scene assessments
  • Aseptic technique
  • Defibrillation and resuscitation
  • Emergency response and assessment
  • EKG procedures
  • Dispatch communication protocols
  • IV and medication administration
  • Medical data acquisition
Experience
AEMT , 07/2019 to 02/2020
Ada County - Idaho Boise, ID,

As a Advanced EMT in the Medical Dept of the jail I would do medical intakes. This included taking a detailed medical hx on the pt, verify any medications with the pts pharmacy, screen for any illegal drug use to see if withdrawals may be a concern we need to address. I would take vitals to be documented which included: weight, height, bp, pulse, o2 SAT, temperature, and respirations. I would determine which pts needed to be placed on withdrawal, diabetic, HTN, or mental health checks. I worked under the supervision of the Jail Medical Doctor. I would assist him in seeing the pts weekly and take down orders from the MD. I also did the blood draws and prepped them to be sent out to the lab. Anytime we had a pt who was going through withdrawals from a serious drug, under the orders and supervision of the MD, I would start a line for fluids, monitor that pt during the tx, then dc the line. I was also the one who was able to do 12 lead ECG, so that was my responsibly also. I would respond to emergencies inside the jail or the prison, report my findings to the MD for him to decide if the pt needed further medical care. I have a very extensive background in mental health. I would visit the MAX security of the jail daily to tend to their medical needs and do a daily assessment on them. The main part of the jail housed an average of 600 inmates with one entire level dedicated to the inmates who were on MAX security. I was also responsible for keeping the medical department fully stocked at all times.

AEMT, 07/2018 to 07/2019
Ada County - Idaho Boise, ID,

I was hired by Floyd Medical Center before I graduated EMT school as non-emergency transport. When I passed my EMT-B NREMT test I was then moved onto a BLS ambulance. While I was on the BLS truck, I had a Paramedic partner. We would pick up over flow ALS calls. I also would be responsible for very extensive documentation. After getting experience, I was then moved to a ALS truck. During my employment with FMC, most of my time was spent on the ALS truck. I was able to gain experience responding to calls in a high volume area. I have experience in transporting unstable patients to higher level of care.

  • Performed CPR and used cardiac defibrillator to revive patients in cardiac arrest or arrythmia.
  • Managed care in field and in-transit, including performing standard testing and administering necessary medication.
  • Documented all calls in reports detailing type of incident and course of treatment.
  • Developed strong rapport with other medical professionals to foster quality and efficient patient care.
  • Operated emergency vehicles with caution to keep patients, public and first responders safe.
  • Demonstrated dedication to providing quality care through continued training and education.
  • Remained level-headed and proactive during emergency situations.
  • Conducted equipment inspections and vehicle checks in adherence with required maintenance schedules.
  • Transported patients from accident scenes to hospitals in emergency vehicles.
  • Evaluated patients' medical status and monitored vital signs during transit.
  • Monitored patients from scene to hospital transfer while conducting in-transit care.
Nurse Tech, 11/2009 to 12/2015
Baylor Scott & White Health Lago Vista, TX,
  • Collected blood, tissue and other laboratory specimens and prepared for lab testing.
  • Took patients vitals, including blood pressure, temperature and pulse and documented vital signs and weight of patients.
  • Collected biological specimens and packages for laboratory transport to complete diagnostic tests.
  • Completed daily patient charting on computer with [Software] and [Software].
  • This facility was an accredited Jail, which meant the medical department had to be Nationally Accredited in order to house inmates for the Federal Marshalls. I was in charge of keeping the medical department up to national standards. Precise record keeping, planning and executing disaster drills (local EMS, Fire & rescue, County, City, and Sheriff Office agencies incorporated in these drills along side the medical department in the jail).
  • Traveled out of state to other accredited jails to do a audit before National accreditation would come in. I would help the staff correct any issues and make sure everything was in order with pts charts and documenting was efficient.
  • I would assist the Medical Administrator with emergencies in the pods. I also was responsible for checking the inmates on suicide watch (making sure the officers where also keeping an eye on the ones on suicide. I would communicate to the Jail MD and to the Jail Mental Health Nurse on updates with the pts.
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/2006
to
Cedartown High School - Cedartown, GA
GPA:
Certified Nurse Assistant : , Expected in 07/2010
to
CPR With Mickey - Cartersville, GA,
GPA:
  • Ranked in Top 1% of class
  • Completed continuing education in Phlebotomy and received certificate
Advanced Emergency Medical Technician : Emergency Medical Services , Expected in 12/2018
to
Georgia Northwestern Technical College - Rome, GA
GPA:
  • Ranked in Top 5% of class
Certifications
  • Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT)
  • Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) 2020
References

Professional References:

John Hamilton, Paramedic, fill in Coroner Floyd County

#706-766-3912

Mike Ethridge, Paramedic, Captain Floyd EMS

#678-488-8278

Chad Hendrix, Paramedic/Firefighter, Floyd Medical Center

#404-696-9033

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School Attended
  • Cedartown High School
  • CPR With Mickey
  • Georgia Northwestern Technical College
Job Titles Held:
  • AEMT
  • AEMT
  • Nurse Tech
Degrees
  • High School Diploma
  • Certified Nurse Assistant
  • Advanced Emergency Medical Technician

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