Adaptable and courteous Phlebotomist attentive to patient needs. Talented at answering questions, offering information and completing quick check-in or check-out services. Delivers dynamic service and fosters positive relationships with guests and coworkers.
I have been with Dartmouth for over three years, I started at our Concord location where we saw more than 100 patients a day. After being there for almost a solid year I was transferred to one of our satellite locations in Bedford. Most recently I was transferred to a single site location in May. I have full responsibility of my own lab. At work I draw, process, I also work on the computer transcribing and releasing orders. I maintain a very clean lab and I take great pride in it. I love all of my patients that I interact with and I love helping out wherever I can. Over the past year and half I have built great relationships with the providers and MA's.
Recently I have felt this need for change. While I was in school I worked as an Assistant Administrative at a medical product store and I loved helping out wherever I could. I would love the opportunity to get back into an administrative role.
I was in retail for four years and have gained some wonderful skills that can be applied in many situations. I'm excellent with people and am always looking to gain new experiences. I always love to help out where I can. I completed my phlebotomy certificate at Manchester Community College and I did my internship at Concord Hospital in their outpatient center, while I was there I learned from many different phlebotomists.
I have my Basic Life Support Certification through American Heart Association
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