I served in the Army National Guard as a Combat Medic for 4 years. I also have taken a tour to Afghanistan for 11 months. During my time in the military I utilized many medical interventions from dressing wounds to stabilizing patients in shock, but a medical practice I primarily used was venipuncture. I have completed many needle sticks from stressful environments, to moving vehicles, and hospital settings. With every needle stick I stressed sterilized techniques. I have performed over 250 needle sticks in my military career.
License # E1995140
Expiration 31 Mar 2014
Had to show the qualities of punctuality, leadership, and cohesiveness along with many other traits while working for the military. In the medical field I had to dress wounds, practice venipunture, check vitals, use adverse medical interventions in a stressful environment and a list of others.
Worked hand in hand with mentally and physically disabled adults. Made sure they were being integrated into a normal life style and were getting experiences as persons without disabilities would. Gave individuals medications on timed schedule and documented administration. Maintained awareness of individuals medical being.
Dropped out after freshman year to join the military.
Joining the Army was a volunteering service that I have performed.
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