I am experienced in working the the healthcare system. I have worked in Emergency Medical Service and in the Lab. I also work in the Criminal Justice system as a Juvenile Intake Officer. I work very well with people and the public and have very good customer service skills. I am dedicated to my employer and fellow employees.
While working as a MICT I was involved with patient care in emergency situations. I communicated with nurses and doctors via radio for orders on treatment and explanation of patient care. I worked in very stressful conditions and had to make split second decisions involving life or death situations. I had to right detailed reports on care given and about the situation.
Due to back surgery I was moved from the ambulance service to the lab to work as a Phlebotomist. I answer phones and take orders from doctors and fax results to doctors offices. Order labs on the computer and enter results. Draw blood from patients and provide a shoulder to cry on for some.
Responsible for filing reports when juveniles are brought in when they are being accused of a crime or when they are a child who needs care. Find placement for juveniles if they need to be placed somewhere other than their home.
Training in Pharmacology, advance life support, pediatric life support and CPR.
Classes in Computer systems, Criminal Law, Probation and Parole, Juvenile Justice, Forensic Psychology and a wide array of other Psychology classes.
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