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Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - resumesample@example.com - -
Professional Summary

Seasoned Critical Care Paramedic with 19 years of experience in medical transport and emergency services. Exceptional multitasking ability with knowledge of National and State protocols. Adaptable and quick-thinking professional, committed to providing efficient, fast-paced compassionate care and treatment.

Accomplishments
  • Eagle Scout - Boy Scouts of America
  • National Order of the Arrow - Boy Scouts of America
Education
Expected in
: Mobile Critical Care Paramedicine
Mountwest CTC - Huntington, WV,
GPA:
Expected in
: Paramedic Sciences
West Virginia Southern CTC - Logan, WV,
GPA:
Expected in
: EMT-Basic
RESA III - Charleston, WV,
GPA:
Expected in 05/2002
High School Diploma:
Herbert Hoover High School - Clendenin, WV,
GPA:
Skills
  • National Registry MCC – Paramedic
  • West Virginia State OEMS MCC – Paramedic
  • West Virginia State C3IFT Paramedic
  • Kentucky BOEMS – Paramedic
  • West Virginia State Instructor I & II
  • NAEMT, PHTLS, and PEPP Instructor
  • National AHA/Red Cross First Aid/CPR Instructor
  • MCI Management I & II
  • ICS 100, 200, 700, 800
  • Public Safety Cyclist Level I
  • Intl. Police Mountain Bike Assoc. Member
  • Hazmat Awareness
  • EVOC for fire apparatus and ambulance
  • Proficiency in Fusion PCR/EMS Charts, Microsoft Office
  • Firefighter I & II
  • Rope Rescue and Swift Water Awareness/Ops
  • Auto-Ex Awareness/Ops/Tech
  • Confined Space Rescue Awareness/Ops/Tech
  • Rapid Intervention Team
  • Wildland Firefighter
Work History
03/2014 to Current
Mobile Critical Care Paramedic Penn National Gaming Dayton, OH,
  • Evaluate patient vitals and status to determine care needed using various means.
  • Execute emergency diagnostic procedures to treat patients.
  • Restock ambulance with proper equipment to maintain optimum inventory.
  • Conduct equipment and vehicle checks to maintain continuous and safe operation.
  • Develop and maintain rapport with coworkers and local hospital staff to facilitate efficient patient care.
  • Monitor vital signs before, during and after transportation.
  • Communicate with lucid patients to gather incident and medical history information.
  • Provide pre-hospital trauma life support to keep patients stable for hospital care.
  • Collaborate with hospital and facility staff to provide correct patient treatments.
  • Administer tests and medication to stabilize patients in field or in transit.
  • Administer continuous 12-lead EKG monitoring for patients.
  • Prioritize tasks to provide effective care for over 15 daily patients.
  • Training in BLS/ALS skills, including CPR, oxygen/medication therapy, and trauma care.
  • Perform intubations to secure airway in patients under respiratory and cardiac arrest.
  • Communicate with medical professionals to relay patient needs and maintain accuracy.
  • Adapt treatment plans quickly and effectively based on changing patient conditions.
  • Work en-route to hospital to prepare patients for arrival for surgery and control wounds.
  • Administer fluid replacement via IV, IO and IM to replace fluid volumes and correct electrolyte imbalances.
  • Identify appropriate medications based on potential interactions with other medicines, and drug calculations based on national and state protocols.
  • Delegate life-saving tasks to provide comprehensive treatment to triaged patients in emergency situations.
  • Use EMS Charts to accurately document services provided and improve patient care and to collect data on billing, triaging, medications and patient conditions.
  • Work with other agencies/hospitals to provide comprehensive patient care.
  • Continuing education to remain up to date on current standards of care
10/2010 to 10/2017
Mobile Critical Care Paramedic Penn National Gaming Vicksburg, MS,
  • Evaluate patient vitals and status to determine care needed using various means.
  • Execute emergency diagnostic procedures to treat patients.
  • Restock ambulance with proper equipment to maintain optimum inventory.
  • Conduct equipment and vehicle checks to maintain continuous and safe operation.
  • Develop and maintain rapport with coworkers and local hospital staff to facilitate efficient patient care.
  • Monitor vital signs before, during and after transportation.
  • Communicate with lucid patients to gather incident and medical history information.
  • Provide pre-hospital trauma life support to keep patients stable for hospital care.
  • Collaborate with hospital and facility staff to provide correct patient treatments.
  • Administer tests and medication to stabilize patients in field or in transit.
  • Administer continuous 12-lead EKG monitoring for patients.
  • Prioritize tasks to provide effective care for over 15 daily patients.
  • Training in BLS/ALS skills, including CPR, oxygen/medication therapy, and trauma care.
  • Perform intubations to secure airway in patients under respiratory and cardiac arrest.
  • Communicate with medical professionals to relay patient needs and maintain accuracy.
  • Adapt treatment plans quickly and effectively based on changing patient conditions.
  • Work en-route to hospital to prepare patients for arrival for surgery and control wounds.
  • Administer fluid replacement via IV, IO and IM to replace fluid volumes and correct electrolyte imbalances.
  • Identify appropriate medications based on potential interactions with other medicines, and drug calculations based on national and state protocols.
  • Delegate life-saving tasks to provide comprehensive treatment to triaged patients in emergency situations.
  • Use EMS Charts to accurately document services provided and improve patient care and to collect data on billing, triaging, medications and patient conditions.
  • Work with other agencies/hospitals to provide comprehensive patient care.
  • Continuing education to remain up to date on current standards of care
  • Participated in community programs to maintain company image/establish strong community relations.
03/2005 to 03/2010
EMT-Basic Kanawha County Emergency Ambulance Authority City, STATE,
  • Administered basic life support to patients at scene, en route to hospital and pre-hospital settings.
  • Controlled wounds/injuries en-route to hospitals, prepping patients for advanced treatments or maintaining conditions.
  • Evaluated patient vital signs and status to determine care needs.
  • Restocked ambulance with proper equipment to maintain optimum inventory.
  • Executed emergency diagnostic procedures to treat patients management and hemodynamic pressures.
  • Communicated with patients about pain, comfort and needs during transportation.
  • Maintained levelheadedness and efficiency in high-pressure situations, effectively prioritizing tasks to save lives and provide medical care.
  • Communicated with lucid patients to gather incident and medical history information.
  • Followed directions to locate sites; maintained awareness of changes in roadways or points of access.
  • Leveraged defibrillator, oxygen, suction devices, CPR and other procedures and medications to provide basic medical care.
  • Removed victims from vehicles/scene of accident and assisted in transfer to receiving facilities.
  • Remained up to date with current standards of care, equipment functions and certifications, licenses and registrations.
  • Assisted admitting/billing personnel to obtain/record patient vital statistics; establish necessity for medical transportation.
  • Completed/submitted field care report, patient billing and trip ticket to facilitate record-keeping requirements.
  • Protected self/others to prevent risk of communicable diseases; complied with safety regulations and procedures.
  • Administered tests and medication to stabilize patients in field or in transit.
  • Used various pieces of equipment to administer treatments in different situations with accuracy, safety and speed.
  • Triaged patients in emergency situations based on life-threatening needs; delegated tasks to better provide treatment to maximum patients at once.
  • Responded to over 15 daily emergency calls to provide quick/compassionate medical assistance/ care for patients.
  • Conducted equipment and vehicle checks to maintain continuous and safe operation.
  • Developed/maintained rapport with coworkers and local hospital staff to facilitate efficient patient care.
  • Participated in community programs to maintain company image/establish strong community relations.
03/2002 to 03/2005
EMT-Basic Duff Ambulance Service City, STATE,
  • Administered basic life support to patients at scene, en route to hospital and pre-hospital settings.
  • Controlled wounds/injuries en-route to hospitals, prepping patients for advanced treatments or maintaining conditions.
  • Evaluated patient vital signs and status to determine care needs.
  • Restocked ambulance with proper equipment to maintain optimum inventory.
  • Executed emergency diagnostic procedures to treat patients management and hemodynamic pressures.
  • Communicated with patients about pain, comfort and needs during transportation.
  • Maintained levelheadedness and efficiency in high-pressure situations, effectively prioritizing tasks to save lives and provide medical care.
  • Communicated with lucid patients to gather incident and medical history information.
  • Followed directions to locate sites; maintained awareness of changes in roadways or points of access.
  • Leveraged defibrillator, oxygen, suction devices, CPR and other procedures and medications to provide basic medical care.
  • Removed victims from vehicles/scene of accident and assisted in transfer to receiving facilities.
  • Remained up to date with current standards of care, equipment functions and certifications, licenses and registrations.
  • Assisted admitting/billing personnel to obtain/record patient vital statistics; establish necessity for medical transportation.
  • Completed/submitted field care report, patient billing and trip ticket to facilitate record-keeping requirements.
  • Protected self/others to prevent risk of communicable diseases; complied with safety regulations and procedures.
  • Administered tests and medication to stabilize patients in field or in transit.
  • Used various pieces of equipment to administer treatments in different situations with accuracy, safety and speed.
  • Triaged patients in emergency situations based on life-threatening needs; delegated tasks to better provide treatment to maximum patients at once.
  • Responded to over 15 daily emergency calls to provide quick/compassionate medical assistance/ care for patients.
  • Conducted equipment and vehicle checks to maintain continuous and safe operation.
  • Developed/maintained rapport with coworkers and local hospital staff to facilitate efficient patient care.

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Resume Overview

School Attended
  • Mountwest CTC
  • West Virginia Southern CTC
  • RESA III
  • Herbert Hoover High School
Job Titles Held:
  • Mobile Critical Care Paramedic
  • Mobile Critical Care Paramedic
  • EMT-Basic
  • EMT-Basic
Degrees
  • Some College (No Degree)
  • High School Diploma

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