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Community Health Worker resume example with 3+ years of experience

Jessica
Claire
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Summary

Dedicated healthcare professional with talent for empowering and motivating patients, offering 4 years of clinical experience. Strong knowledge of community dynamics and social needs. Communicative and team-oriented with proficiency in EPIC and Microsoft Suite. Proven history of fostering innovation to meet team, individual and management objectives. Extremely driven and patient oriented.

Skills
  • Patient Care
  • Case Management
  • Teaching
  • Scheduling
  • Patient Assistance
  • Teamwork
  • Community Health
  • Health Education
  • Disease Management
  • Appointment Setting
  • Program Implementation
  • Health Promotion Programs
  • Public Health and Safety
  • Home Care
  • Provide Social Counseling
  • Empower Social Service Users
  • Support Individuals on Nutrition Changes
  • Manage Health Promotion Activities
Education and Training
Liberty University Lynchburg, VA Expected in 12/2021 Master of Arts : Executive Leadership - GPA :
  • Completed Coursework in Organizational Behavior, Leading Organizational Change, Strategic Leadership & Management, Effective Executive Communication, Corporate Responsibility, Ethical Leadership, Managing & Leading Across Cultures, Legal Issues in Business, Team Leadership & Conflict Resolution.
Valley College Martinsburg, WV, Expected in 11/2020 Bachelor of Science : Health Services Administration - GPA :
  • Dean's List Honoree
  • Graduated with Honors, 3.98GPA
Valley College Martinsburg, WV, Expected in 11/2017 Diploma : Medical Clinical Assistant - GPA :
  • 4.0 GPA
  • President's List Honoree
  • Student Government President
  • Student Mentor
AMEDD Center And School Online, Expected in 03/2021 Diploma : Mental Health - GPA :
  • Accreditation: CPD
  • Behavior: Human Behavior Defense Mechanisms, Neurotic and Psychotic Behavior, Schizophrenia, Personality Disorders, Therapeutic Intervention
  • Burnout & Depression: Causes, Signs and Symptoms of Burnout, Depression
  • Understanding Suicide: Suicide and Types of Suicide Behavior, Myths/Facts, Immediate Danger Signs
  • Violent & Hostile Behavior: Management of Violent or Hostile Behavior, Management of Violent/Armed Behavior
  • Substance Abuse: Opioid Use, Alcohol as a CNS Depressant, CNS Stimulants
  • Relaxation/Cognitive: Coping Skills, Autogenic Training, Imagery, and Progressive Relaxation
  • Exercise/DIY: Exercise, Health, Stress Management
BCCampus OpenEd Online, Expected in 03/2021 Certificate : Community Psychology - GPA :
  • Accreditation: CPD
  • Community Interventions: Effectiveness, Implementation, Transforming Community Contexts
  • Prevention & Promotion: Types of Prevention, Promotion & Risk, Prevention Research & Programming, Critiques of the Prevention Paradigm
  • Stress & Coping: Physiological vs Psychological Stress, Coping & Stress, Coping & Context, Resilience
AMEDD Center And School Online, Expected in 03/2021 Certificate : Mental Health Studies - GPA :
  • Accreditation: CPD
  • Behavior: Human Behavior Defense Mechanisms, Neurotic and Psychotic Behavior, Schizophrenia, Personality Disorders, Therapeutic Intervention
  • Burnout & Depression: Causes, Signs and Symptoms of Burnout, Depression
Stanford University Stanford, CA Expected in 03/2021 Certificate : Introduction To Food And Health - GPA :
Stanford University Stanford, CA Expected in 03/2021 Certificate : Type 2 Diabetes Management - GPA :
Harvard University Cambridge, MA Expected in 03/2020 Certificate : Opioid Crisis in America - GPA :
Washington High School Charles Town, WV, Expected in 05/2015 High School Diploma : - GPA :
Certifications
  • Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA)
  • Certified EKG Technician (CET)
  • Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT)
  • Glycemic Targets: the ADA Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • What Every Primary Care Provider Needs to Know About Continuous Glucose Monitoring, | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • Translating Cardiovascular Outcomes Trial Data into Clinical Practice: the ADA Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • Beyond Basal Insulin: Intensification of Therapy | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • Insulin Initiation and Titration | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • Identifying and Treating People with Prediabetes | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • Diabetes and Cardiovascular Risk Management | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • CHW Resources: Diabetes 101 | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • Advocating on Behalf of a Student | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • Addressing Diabetes & Food Insecurity | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • Glycemic Management | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • Standards of Care, | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • Using Point-Of-Care A1C | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • Strong Evidence-base for CHWs in Public Health and Healthcare | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • Glycemic Management | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
  • Referring Patients to Lifestyle Change Programs | American Diabetes Association | Training - 2021
Experience
Cci Health & Wellness Services - Community Health Worker
Adelphi, MD, 02/2021 - Current


Community Health Outreach Worker with the Diabetic Education Grant Program through Meritus Outpatient Care Management.

  • Non-clinical role, functions to provide community resources and serving as a liaison bridge the gap between health and human services
  • Reinforces diabetic care plan for optimal self-management
  • Follow ADA guidelines
  • Delivered healthy living and disease management information to specific population groups.
  • Assisted individuals with navigating health care systems, appointments and classes.
  • Created and oversaw training courses focused on team and community education.
  • Distributed flyers, brochures or other informational or educational documents to inform members of targeted community.
  • Demonstrated leadership by making improvements to work processes and helping to train others.
  • Contributed to development, planning and completion of project initiatives.
  • Demonstrated self-reliance by meeting and exceeding workflow needs.
  • Helped people enroll in programs, arrange transportation and coordinate paperwork.
Health Alliance Of Hudson Valley - Medical Assistant
Ardsley, NY, 08/2019 - 02/2021

Clinical position in a primary care office. Duties: rooming patients, obtaining vitals, EKGs, POC glucose testing, pregnancy testing, strep and flu swab testing, cultures, collect and label specimens, urinalysis, vaccination administration, suture/staple removal, answering nurse calls and task box, relaying results to patients, assisting with PAP/well-woman examinations, wound care, form completion, completing prior-authorizations, etc.

  • Addictions Program: responsible for the ordering, authorizing and administering Vivitrol and Sublocade injections, scheduling/sending toxicology screens, overseeing pill/strip counts for those in our opioid addiction program.
  • COVID-19: phone triage, answer questions regarding coronavirus, and refer to testing tents when clinically appropriate. Following ever-changing protocols for proper cleaning of equipment before/after encounters, the scheduling/checking in/out of telehealth visits, and maintaining flexibility during chaotic clinics.
  • Home Visits: traveling with provider to patient’s residence, performing/recording vitals, making relevant notations, confirming medications, documenting information upon return to office.
Health Alliance Of Hudson Valley - Medical Assistant
Mamaroneck, NY, 10/2017 - 08/2019
  • Clinical duties including: preparing charts according to provider preference, rooming patients, obtaining vital signs, EKGs, answering nurse calls, staple/suture removal, use of EPIC, application of heart monitors, assisting stress tests, ensuring the clinic runs smoothly.
  • Administrative duties including: answering phones, faxing and requesting medical records, handling superbills and assessing appropriate charges, checking patients in/out, scheduling tests, appointments, and procedures, counting cash drawer, and placing all superbills and money in safe when closing.

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School Attended

  • Liberty University
  • Valley College
  • Valley College
  • AMEDD Center And School
  • BCCampus OpenEd
  • AMEDD Center And School
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford University
  • Harvard University
  • Washington High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Community Health Worker
  • Medical Assistant
  • Medical Assistant

Degrees

  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Diploma
  • Diploma
  • Certificate
  • Certificate
  • Certificate
  • Certificate
  • Certificate
  • High School Diploma

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