Adept certified surgical technologist thrilled to further my experience and knowledge with background in the most prestigious of healthcare centers, proven leader with the U.S. army reserves, and five years of graduated surgical technologists experience in trauma and elective surgeries. I am also exhilarated to gather knowledge and experience for my upcoming nursing career where I will be graduating in May 2021 with a national company where I can pursue my goals of becoming a Doctor in Nursing Practice either as a nurse practitioner or a certified registered nurse anesthetist. Afterwards I would like to serve El Salvador where my family has a lot of land to build houses, businesses, and a clinic to the population and the medically underserved.
I am quick to adapt to changing settings without losing focus, meticulous, stop to think of problems from multiple angles and never attack in one way, driven, enthusiastic, dexterous, and ambitious
Worked weekends then later transferred to nights working in all fields and specialties, mostly traumas and medical emergencies including C sections, motor vehicle accidents with splenectomies, lobectomies, broken bones, amputated extremities, people run over by trains, gang attacks, gun shots, knife attacks, freak accidents, tracheostomies, animal attacks, explosions, and many craniotomies. I also have extensive experience in normal scheduled surgeries such as appendectomies, cholecystectomy, bipolar hip replacement, total knee replacement, tonsillectomy, laminectomy, AV fistula repair, extremity amputation, cystoscopy, lumbar fusions, hysterectomies, liposuction, hernia repairs, lefort fracture repairs, gastric bypass surgery, etc.
I worked in multiple surgical suites and situations across the country. I have done rotations lasting 2 weeks at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN most notably being in a surgery involving a military German shepherd for bowel surgery. Also trained in their multidisciplinary simulation center for combat for one week.
Two years at San Antonio Military Medical Hospital in San Antonio, Texas where I was trained. Involving traumas, burn victims, and surgeries from all specialties
Four years of training at Camp Robinson with the 94th Combat Support Hospital where I had medical experience aboard a military helicopter and building a combat ready 80 bed hospital with water, electricity, surgical suite, ICU, PACU, ER, and command suite from tents in one day in which we would live and conduct drills for one week to three. Complete with Blackhawks bringing patients, chinooks bringing in surgical Conexus, instruments, defense, and working in other departments that needed assistance.
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