Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,

Experienced EMT with a solid reputation for superior performance, accuracy and decision making ability.

  • ARMY combat medic background
  • BLS certified
  • Wound care expert
  • Airway management techniques
  • HAZMAT training
  • Cool and collected under pressure
  • Advanced medical terminology knowledge
  • EKG expertise
  • Skilled problem solver
  • Adept at multiple revival techniques
  • Received an ARMY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL at Camp Casey Korea for certifying over 300 soldiers to become first responders while deployed to combat zones.
  • Received an ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL for demonstrating exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of my duties as a combat medic for Tripler Army Medical Center.
  • Received an ARMY COMMENDATION MEDAL while assigned to TAMC's Cardiac Stress Lab for energizing the staff, and I was instrumental in increasing productivity from 1600 treadmill test to 2500 and over 1000 nuclear stress test.
  • Served on the Unit Practice Counsel where I was an integral part developing proposals to enhance the workplace environment and improve the hiring process.
  • Dedicated over 80 hours to the Relationship Based Care program which helped to determine guidelines for implementing the Relationship Based Care program while re-enforcing current and establishing new patient safety goals.
07/2007 to 10/2012 Combat Medic United States ARMY | , ,
  • Line medic for 6/37 Field Artillery. I was responsible for the health and safety of 60 soldiers while in the field. I was responsible for keeping 210 Fires Brigade of over 800 soldiers deployable with current immunizations.
  • Medical assistant to Physician at Camp Casey emergency room. Physician let us work under him and trained us how to do many different medical procedures (ex. sutures, caths, etc). Gave emergency care and transported via helicopter or ambulance to Seoul.
  • Worked at the 6C2 telemetry ward at TAMC. I monitored the telemetry of up to 24 patients at one time. Did over 1800 ekgs and did all patients blood works for RN's.
  • Worked at TAMC's cardiac stress test lab. Aided in over 2500 treadmill test, 1000 nuclear stress test, 100 tilt test, and 20 bubble studies.
  • Worked at TAMC's medical specialties clinic which consisted of gastroenterology, chemotherapy, oncology, hematology, rheumatology, and nephrology. My responsibilities including taking vitals, transport, blood work, appointment scheduling, and safety checks by JACHO standards. Assisted OIC and NCOIC.
Expected in 2007 | Combat Medic Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio , TX GPA:

EMT Certificate

Coursework in Health Science and Nursing

Coursework in Health Management

Expected in 2004 High School Diploma | Central High School, Brooksville, FL GPA:

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