University of Connecticut at Suburban School of Medicine Hartford HospitalFarmington, ConnecticutClinical Instructor
Teach students the various and intricate parts of the emergency room.
Aiding and advise students in performing surgical tasks.
Conduct research in the field of Bio-Chemistry and Emergency Medicine.
Soyuzivka Ukrainian Cultural ResortKerhonkson, New YorkLifeguard & Lifeguard Manger
Maintain continuous surveillance of people in swimming pools, lakes and oceans Ensure appropriate headcount of on a regular basis Call out warnings to people who may have ventured too far or are in imminent danger Provide safety information to campers prior to enjoying the pool facilities Supervise swimmers to ensure that they are swimming within the safety protocols Spot hazards or potential hazards and take measures to prevent accidents Perform rescues in the event of drowning or swimming accidents Perform first aid and CPR according to the demands of adverse situations Perform pool chemical checks to ensure safety and hygiene and maintain accurate records of pool use and chemical levels Teach swimming techniques to new swimmers Check safety of rescue tubes and buoys and perform needed maintenance Ensure that all pool equipment is stored safely and that any lost items are kept in a safe place Upholding the safety policies of the swimming pool and teaching swimming to the public so that they can save themselves when in water.
Making sure that all the principles and modulations of the swimming pool are obeyed by everyone, including himself/herself.
Implementing safety procedures and methods in the pool while running the aquatic activities.
Being strict and disciplined with the people or newcomers who don't obey the rules, regulations and policies of the pool.
Upholding the records of the number of people swimming, which include their details and other necessary data.
Instructing everybody to make an entry in the swimming register kept near the pool, so that he/she knows everybody in the pool and can take suitable actions with respect to them, as and when needed.
Ensuring that the chemical, chlorine has been added to and included in the pool in moderate quantities in order to kill all the germs thriving in the water.
Making sure that the amount of chlorine added to the water does not interfere with the aquatic activities of the people in the pool and that the same are able to tolerate the chlorine levels.
Maintaining and taking care of all the swimming equipment like the tubes, floating turfs, etc., that are handled by the newcomers and swimmers.
Saving the lives of people drowning in the pool and observing and monitoring the water activities of the newcomers and everybody else swimming in the pool.
Ensuring that first aid is provided properly to the people who have been rescued and taking them to the nearby hospital in case of emergency situations.
Overseeing and enhancing the quality of the swimming pool and making sure that the safety instructions are documented on a placard hanging on a wall nearby.
Opening and shutting the swimming pools, as and when needed.
Organizing various kinds of seminars and conferences on the safety of the people in the swimming pool.
Administrating in-service training, making sure lifeguards can perform and meet pool and state protocol Ensuring the enforcement of all the rules and modulations of the management in the swimming pool.
Organizing various pool events and other competitions during summer festivals and observing the movements of all the participants.
Heading and inspiring the personnel of the swimming pool and acting on the feedback given from the public entering the pool.
Building up his/her stamina to combat difficult circumstances and updating himself/herself with all the active swimming styles and diving trends to train newcomers.
Inspiring more and more people to participate in the summer swimming events.
Keeping lifeguards fit and athletic in order to save the lives of people.
Maintaining an active mind and training him/her in such a manner that he/she can take firm and right decisions about saving people from dangerous situations.
Interacting with the newcomers, swimmers and other swimming personnel and upholding good bonds with the same.
Conveying his/her instructions to the public and swimmers very efficiently and effectively.
Resolving conflicts of the pool personnel and public within the swimming pool and staying attentive to save lives.
Undertaking all other jobs that need his/her direction and attention.
Keep communication between the parts of the chain of command.
Vancouver General HospitalVancouver, Colombia CanadaPhysician
Royal HospitalLondon, United KingdomTrauma Doctor
Observer and assist doctors in Emergency situations.
Assist in Trauma accidents in air ambulance and road side surgeries.
Stanford UniversitySanford, CaliforniaDoctor of Trauma Surgery
Clarkson UniversityPotsdam, New YorkBachelors of Biological: Science and ChemistryScience and Chemistry
State University of New York at Potsdam CollegePotsdam, New YorkBachelors of Geology and Education
Stanford UniversitySanford, CaliforniaDoctor: Emergency MedicineEmergency Medicine
University of MelbourneMelbourne, AustraliaMasters Degree: Geology and Secondary EducationGeology and Secondary Education
University of British ColombiaMaster of Surgery
University of Colorado at BoulderDoctor of Philosophy: Geology/Earth ScienceGeology/Earth Science
Vancouver General HospitalVancouver, CanadaRoyal London Hospital, London, United Kingdom
Post- doctoral studies
University of Colorado at BoulderGeology/Earth ScienceGeology/Earth Science
Spanish, French, English, American Sign Language and Ukrainian
Riding my bicycle, reading, hiking, flying, and swimming, enjoying the great
outdoors, experiencing new places and cultures.
Dr. Shahin Shirzad, M.D. Department of Emergency Medicine Clerkship Director Vancouver General Hospital Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Peter Acker, M.D. Clinical Instructor Department of Surgery- Emergency Medicine at Stanford University, School of Medicine Phone: (650) 723-5111 Dr. Michael C. Rygel Associate Professor, Department Chair Department of Geology Phone: (315)267-3401 Email: email@example.com Steve Drabyk Assistant Manger of Soyuzivka Cell phone: (516) 578-4436 Dr. Anne Weaver Trauma Physician Department of Trauma at Royal London Hospital Dr. Ryan Di Lorenzo, PhD Associate Professor Department of Biological Science at University of Connecticut Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. He Dong Assistant Professor at Clarkson University Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Science
Hobbies: Riding my bicycle, reading, hiking, flying, and swimming, enjoying the great
outdoors, experiencing new places and cultures.
University of Connecticut at Suburban School of Medicine Hartford Hospital
Soyuzivka Ukrainian Cultural Resort
Vancouver General Hospital
State University of New York at Potsdam College
University of Melbourne
University of British Colombia
University of Colorado at Boulder
Vancouver General Hospital
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