LifeNet HealthVirginia Beach, VirginiaDermis Processing Technician03/2015 to Current
Efficiently process dermis tissue in an aseptic environment while following correct standardized operating procedures and protocols.
Accurately produce priority grafts that have been assessed for appropriate measures such as: epidermis and hair removal, cleanings with multiple solutions under time enforced rinses, usage with proper sterile equipment and packaging materials, storage in acceptable temperature range areas, confirmed size requirements that follow production specifications on thickness, length, and width.
Demonstrate initiative, ability to multitask, brainstorm, and execute correct production responsibilities through expertize technique, positive attitude, and appropriate attire.
Effectively train and evaluate new hires on aseptic processing techniques and required knowledge in order to insure understanding and comprehension has been acquired.
Maintain a sterile, organized, and disinfected work environment by performing daily/weekly cultures on equipment and processing room's walls/floors.
Receive, confirm, and inspect several unprocessed frozen donors weekly and document the number of sites recovered and the acceptability of storage conditions in order to guarantee tissue is free from sterile breaches.
The Beach Pub RestaurantVirginia Beach, VirginiaServer/Waitress02/2014 to 03/2015
Expressed my concern and understanding with dissatisfied customers and appropriately modified their experience in order to please them.
Ability to multitask in a fast paced team environment; maintaining a calm and collective attitude during stressful situations.
Trained new employees and taught them the correct daily processes, organizations, and principles of the restaurant.
Input customer orders accurately into a POSi computer system, handled, carried, and delivered orders promptly to the correct table.
Responsible for all accurate payment transactions with cash, credit cards, and gift cards.
Temple UniversityMedical Student08/2013 to 12/2013
School of Podiatric Medicine.
Observed and identified patient health records, pre/post operations, illnesses, and health abnormalities; including, x-rays, MRI's, and scans of bone fractures, sprains, breaks, and determined course of treatment.
Formed student relations; became involved in student study groups, and demonstrated team leadership among fellow and advanced classmates.
Medical Intern06/2011 to 09/2011
Virginia Commonwealth University08/2009 to 05/2013
Bachelor Degree of Science in Biology Graduation: May 2013
Minor: Chemistry GPA: 3.35/4.0
Dean's List 5 Semesters Graduated Cum Laude.
Health Care Administrative Assistant10/2008 to 04/2010
The Daily Planet - Primary Medical Clinic and Health Care Provider - Richmond, Virginia.
Follow direction, abiding by company rules and regulations; being able to perform such procedures effectively in a patient health care environment.
Trained in office operations including filling, scanning, and organizing patient records into a database.
Called patients to discuss appointments, confirmations, reschedules, and cancellations.
Recruited and encouraged undergraduate students to volunteer and gain experience.
Observed doctor and patient interactions in examination rooms, discussed patient history, and evaluated pre and post operations.
Kept work environment and examination rooms well organized and clean for every patient seen.
Observed x-ray techniques including scans of bone fractures, sprains, breaks, and post operations.
Dressed in professional attire, upheld a professional manner with a positive attitude, and arrived punctual upon request.