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Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Summary

Dedicated employee known for punctuality, pursuing employment options where good customer service and positive attitude will make a difference.

Flexible hard worker ready to learn and contribute to team success.

Accurate X-ray Technologist certified in [Area of certification] and [Area of certification]. Polished in preparing and positioning patients for procedures, processing images and conducting reviews and operating radiologic equipment, including [Equipment] and [Equipment]. Friendly and accommodating professional committed to providing quality care and adhering to all safety standards.

Patient-oriented [Job Title] with [Number] years of experience in medical imaging. In-depth knowledge of latest radiology room systems, safety standards and procedures. Organized and efficient individual recognized for assisting medical team in smooth daily functioning of facility.

Talented Radiologic Technician with [Number] years' experience producing clinical diagnostic radiographic films and performing routine diagnostic imaging procedures.

Patient-focused [Job Title] experienced in radiology equipment, procedures and diagnostic requirements. Supports clinical staff with quality imagery and thorough assessments. Caring with patients needing extra support and comfort during challenging procedures.

Skills
  • Stress management
  • Manual and finger dexterity
  • Drawing blood
  • Data entry
  • HIPAA
  • Quality control
  • Work ethic
  • Computer skills
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Microsoft Office
  • Collaboration
  • Supervision
  • Biohazard waste disposal
  • Medical records maintenance
  • Sanitation and sterilization
  • Sharps disposal
Experience
Phlebotomist and NCT, 10/2010 to 04/2021
Healthpoint Bothell, WA,
  • Maintained fully-stocked phlebotomy cart, carrier and station.
  • Obtained blood samples for medical testing and transfusion through venipuncture or capillary puncture.
  • Verified collection orders and communicated discrepancies to nurses.
  • Coordinated in-office and off-site testing for high volume of daily patient samples.
  • Processed billing information and collected payments.
  • Delivered quality patient care by completing accurate and timely collection and transport of clinical specimens according to established procedures.
  • Collected specimens for drug screens, paternity tests and alcohol tests.
  • Transported specimens following established protocol for temperature and light.
  • Identified patients using proper procedures prior to specimen collection.
  • Interviewed patients and documented details to update and file paperwork.
  • Conducted bleeding time tests and updated results into paper or electronic charts.
  • Obtained variety of blood samples through venipuncture or capillary puncture using syringes, butterfly needles and straight needles.
  • Labeled blood vials with critical information like time of collection, date and patient name.
  • Labeled patient samples, double-checking all information for accuracy.
  • Utilized calm and friendly demeanor to increase patient comfort and alleviate anxiety.
  • Counseled patients to ease fears, explain procedures and enhance cooperation during blood draws.
  • Prepared blood-collecting equipment to draw blood and safely store and transport samples.
  • Used aseptic techniques to maintain specimen integrity.
  • Disposed of used needles in sharps containers to avoid accidental needlesticks.
  • Sanitized work area after every patient to prevent contamination and spread of disease.
  • Interviewed patients to verify test requisitions and patient identity.
  • Properly stored and transported specimens to prevent loss and delays.
  • Coordinated workflow based on stat, schedule, or outpatient needs.
  • Collected blood samples from multiple individuals per day, maintaining consistent patient flow.
  • Verified quality of specimens by centrifuging specimens for logistics courier to pickup.
  • Enforced infection control and sharps disposal procedures to protect patients, co-workers and self.
  • Screened prospective donors by conducting interviews, obtaining medical histories and measuring vital signs.
  • Prepared patients for examination by properly draping patients, obtaining vital signs, verifying referrals and taking detailed health history.
  • Built trust and minimized patient discomfort during phlebotomy procedures
  • Treated blood-related chronic disorders by performing therapeutic phlebotomy.
  • Used multiple electronic medical Software to conduct patient intakes and send correspondence.
Phlebotomist, 09/2008 to 10/2010
Titus Regional Hospital City, STATE,
  • Maintained fully-stocked phlebotomy cart, carrier and station.
  • Obtained blood samples for medical testing and transfusion through venipuncture or capillary puncture.
  • Verified collection orders and communicated discrepancies to nurses.
  • Coordinated in-office and off-site testing for high volume of daily patient samples.
  • Processed billing information and collected payments.
  • Identified patients using proper procedures prior to specimen collection.
  • Collected specimens for drug screens, paternity tests and alcohol tests.
  • Delivered quality patient care by completing accurate and timely collection and transport of clinical specimens according to established procedures.
  • Transported specimens following established protocol for temperature and light.
  • Interviewed patients and documented details to update and file paperwork.
  • Conducted bleeding time tests and updated results into paper or electronic charts.
  • Obtained variety of blood samples through venipuncture or capillary puncture using syringes, butterfly needles and straight needles.
  • Labeled blood vials with critical information like time of collection, date and patient name.
  • Prepared blood-collecting equipment to draw blood and safely store and transport samples.
  • Utilized calm and friendly demeanor to increase patient comfort and alleviate anxiety.
  • Labeled patient samples, double-checking all information for accuracy.
  • Counseled patients to ease fears, explain procedures and enhance cooperation during blood draws.
  • Used aseptic techniques to maintain specimen integrity.
  • Disposed of used needles in sharps containers to avoid accidental needlesticks.
  • Sanitized work area after every patient to prevent contamination and spread of disease.
  • Interviewed patients to verify test requisitions and patient identity.
  • Properly stored and transported specimens to prevent loss and delays.
  • Coordinated workflow based on stat, schedule, or outpatient needs.
  • Collected blood samples from 10-30 individuals per day, maintaining consistent patient flow.
  • Verified quality of specimens by centrifuging specimens for logistics courier to pickup.
  • Enforced infection control and sharps disposal procedures to protect patients, co-workers and self.
  • Built trust and minimized patient discomfort during phlebotomy procedures.
  • Used multiple electronic medical software to conduct patient intakes and send correspondence.
  • Built trust and minimized patient discomfort during phlebotomy procedures through [Task] and [Task].
Phlebotomist/NCT, 02/2002 to 09/2009
Good Shepherd Care Cente/ Glenn Garrett Clinic City, STATE,
  • Maintained fully-stocked phlebotomy cart, carrier and station.
  • Obtained blood samples for medical testing and transfusion through venipuncture or capillary puncture.
  • Verified collection orders and communicated discrepancies to nurses.
  • Coordinated in-office and off-site testing for high volume of daily patient samples.
  • Processed billing information and collected payments.
  • Delivered quality patient care by completing accurate and timely collection and transport of clinical specimens according to established procedures.
  • Collected specimens for drug screens, paternity tests and alcohol tests.
  • Identified patients using proper procedures prior to specimen collection.
  • Transported specimens following established protocol for temperature and light.
  • Interviewed patients and documented details to update and file paperwork.
  • Conducted bleeding time tests and updated results into paper or electronic charts.
  • Obtained variety of blood samples through venipuncture or capillary puncture using syringes, butterfly needles and straight needles.
  • Labeled blood vials with critical information like time of collection, date and patient name.
  • Prepared blood-collecting equipment to draw blood and safely store and transport samples.
  • Utilized calm and friendly demeanor to increase patient comfort and alleviate anxiety.
  • Labeled patient samples, double-checking all information for accuracy.
  • Counseled patients to ease fears, explain procedures and enhance cooperation during blood draws.
  • Used aseptic techniques to maintain specimen integrity.
  • Disposed of used needles in sharps containers to avoid accidental needlesticks.
  • Sanitized work area after every patient to prevent contamination and spread of disease.
  • Interviewed patients to verify test requisitions and patient identity.
  • Properly stored and transported specimens to prevent loss and delays.
  • Coordinated workflow based on stat, schedule, or outpatient needs.
  • Collected blood samples from several individuals per day, maintaining consistent patient flow.
  • Verified quality of specimens by centrifuging specimens for logistics courier to pickup.
  • Enforced infection control and sharps disposal procedures to protect patients, co-workers and self.
  • Built trust and minimized patient discomfort during phlebotomy procedures.
  • Prepared patients for examination by properly draping patients, obtaining vital signs, verifying referrals and taking detailed health history.
  • Screened prospective donors by conducting interviews, obtaining medical histories and measuring vital signs.
  • Used multiple electronic medical software to conduct patient intakes and send correspondence.
  • Treated blood-related chronic disorders by performing therapeutic phlebotomy.
  • Assisted medical care providers by aiding with routine and specialized procedures, administering medication and performing PT/ INR and Glucose tests.
  • Used autoclave to sterilize instruments and prepare 4 exam rooms per day.
Education and Training
: Phlebotomy, Expected in
to
Northeast Texas Community College - Mount Pleasant, TX
GPA:
: NCT/ X-ray , Expected in
to
Performance Master - Garland, TX
GPA:
High School Diploma: , Expected in 05/1995
to
Hughes Springs High School - Hughes Springs, TX
GPA:

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School Attended
  • Northeast Texas Community College
  • Performance Master
  • Hughes Springs High School
Job Titles Held:
  • Phlebotomist and NCT
  • Phlebotomist
  • Phlebotomist/NCT
Degrees
  • Some College (No Degree)
  • High School Diploma