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covid 19 vaccinator resume example with 18+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • , , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Summary

Successful EMT with great people skills and experience in pre hospital work. Equipped with exceptional knowledge of care standards and patient protections. Collaborates smoothly and helps patients feel at ease to achieve optimal results. Multitasks well and performs exceptionally under pressure.

Skills

  • Empathetic and patient
  • Time management
  • Multitasking
  • Organizational skills
  • Reliable and trustworthy
  • People skills
  • First Aid/CPR
Experience
COVID-19 Vaccinator, 04/2021 to Current
Nationwide Children's HospitalDelaware, OH,

As part of the vaccinator team my duties included, educating patients about the type of vaccine they were receiving, conducted health screenings prior to administering each vaccine, monitored all patients for the recommended 15-30 minutes after the vaccine, stored and mixed each type of vaccine as recommended, properly mixed the pediatric doses and administered the appropriate vaccine according to age group.

Emergency Medical Technician, 10/2013 to Current
Danbury Health SystemsNorwalk, CT,
  • Operated emergency vehicles with caution to keep patients, public and first responders safe.
  • Remained level-headed and proactive during emergency situations.
  • Developed strong rapport with other medical professionals to foster quality and efficient patient care.
  • Performed CPR and used cardiac defibrillator to revive patients in cardiac arrest or arrythmia.
  • Assessed emergency situations and prioritized medical care for patients.
  • Rendered direct patient care by stabilizing patients and determining course of action based on triage.
  • Evaluated patients' medical status and monitored vital signs during transit.
  • Explained to conscious patients steps involved for medical evaluations and need for possible hospital transport.
  • Observed and assessed incident scenes upon arrival to determine level of safety for first responders.
  • Monitored patients from scene to hospital transfer while conducting in-transit care.
  • Managed care in field and in-transit, including performing standard testing and administering necessary medication.
  • Delivered emergency care to individuals involved in motor vehicle accidents, falls and other types of incidents.
  • Transported patients from accident scenes to hospitals in emergency vehicles.
  • Asked patients questions regarding ingestion or intake of over-the-counter medications, prescriptions and illicit drugs.
  • Trained newly hired Emts by offering insight into job duties and assessing shift performance.
  • Documented calls in reports detailing incident type and course of treatment.
Emergency Medical Technician, 11/2010 to 08/2015
Danbury Health SystemsRhinebeck, NY,
  • Documented calls in reports detailing incident type and course of treatment.
  • Operated emergency vehicles with caution to keep patients, public and first responders safe.
  • Remained level-headed and proactive during emergency situations.
  • Demonstrated dedication to providing quality care through continued training and education.
  • Developed strong rapport with other medical professionals to foster quality and efficient patient care.
  • Reviewed inventory levels prior to shift and restocked ambulance to prepare for service.
  • Performed CPR and used cardiac defibrillator to revive patients in cardiac arrest or arrythmia.
  • Assessed emergency situations and prioritized medical care for patients.
  • Rendered direct patient care by stabilizing patients and determining course of action based on triage.
  • Evaluated patients' medical status and monitored vital signs during transit.
  • Explained to conscious patients steps involved for medical evaluations and need for possible hospital transport.
  • Observed and assessed incident scenes upon arrival to determine level of safety for first responders.
  • Monitored patients from scene to hospital transfer while conducting in-transit care.
  • Asked patients questions regarding ingestion or intake of over-the-counter medications, prescriptions and illicit drugs.
  • Managed care in field and in-transit, including performing standard testing and administering necessary medication.
  • Transported patients from accident scenes to hospitals in emergency vehicles.
Emergency Medical Technician, 09/2002 to 01/2010
Danbury Health SystemsSharon, CT,
  • Collected and documented vital signs to track current patient conditions.
  • Monitored patient's respiration activity, blood pressure and blood glucose levels in response to medical administration.
  • Observed strict confidentiality and safeguarded all patient-related information.
  • Worked with registered nurses to deliver comprehensive, high-quality care to all patients.
  • Answered patient calls, identified issues and determined how best to provide assistance within parameters established by facility and supervisor.
Education and Training
Associate of Applied Science: Public Health, Expected in 05/2021 to Orange County Community College - Middletown, NY
GPA:
Bachelor of Science: Public Health, Expected in 05/2022 to University At Albany - Albany, NY,
GPA:
  • Minor in Sociology
Certifications

Covid -19 Vaccinator

Contact Tracing

EMT

CPR

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School Attended

  • Orange County Community College
  • University At Albany

Job Titles Held:

  • COVID-19 Vaccinator
  • Emergency Medical Technician
  • Emergency Medical Technician
  • Emergency Medical Technician

Degrees

  • Associate of Applied Science
  • Bachelor of Science

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