Jessica Claire
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Highly motivated Sales Associate with extensive customer service and sales experience. Outgoing sales professional with track record of driving increased sales, improving buying experience and elevating company profile with target market.
  • Electronic medical records management
  • Surgical counts
  • Preparing for surgeries
  • Safely disposing of needles
  • Disposing of biohazardous waste
  • Collecting medical specimens
  • Administering medications
  • HIPAA proficiency
  • Transporting patients
  • Aseptic and sterilization techniques
  • Dressing wounds
  • Passing surgical tools
  • OB/GYN procedures
  • Workplace safety
  • Equipment set up and operation
  • Microsoft Office
  • Basic math
  • Leadership
  • Flexible
08/2008 to Current
Surgical Technician/Materials Manager Backup St. Joseph Health Burbank, CA,
  • Set up equipment, tools and supplies for procedures and organize instruments as directed in surgeons' preference cards.
  • Handed instruments and supplies to surgeons during procedures.
  • Cleaned and sterilized operating rooms.
  • Counted and recorded sponges, instruments, and needles at beginning and end of surgical procedures.
  • Analyzed patient chart data and identification to verify accurate information.
  • Facilitated invasive, non-invasive, and minimally-invasive procedures by creating safe and functional operating room environments.
  • Used retractors, sponges and suctioning and irrigating equipment to create unobstructed operating fields.
  • Collected and prepared tissue specimens for laboratory analysis.
  • Used hemostatic clamps, suture ligatures, and electrocautery equipment to control bleeding.
  • Used diagnostic equipment and monitored patients during procedures using specialized machines.
  • Closed wounds using sutures, staples and other tools.
  • Reviewed surgical requirements and prepped operating room with appropriate tools, equipment and instruments.
  • Collaborated with operating room staff to cultivate efficiency and prepare for scheduled and emergency procedures.
  • Effectively supported surgeons in fast-paced healthcare environments, resulting in better patient care and less pain medication post-surgery.
  • Maintained reusable surgical instrumentation and equipment, including decontamination, cleaning, sterilizing, storing and distributing.
  • Organized equipment and instruments in alignment with surgical protocols and surgeon preferences.
  • Laid out all instruments, supplies and tools as directed by surgeons.
  • Prepared day surgery and operating rooms for patients by ordering and stocking equipment and supplies.
  • Adhered to OSHA protocols when sterilizing instruments, discarding medical supplies and disposing of waste.
  • Sterilized medical equipment and properly handled contaminated materials.
  • Assessed procedure requirements and procured appropriate equipment and tools.
  • Collaborated with vendors and service providers to coordinate required services and equipment.
  • Organized and maintained unobstructed operative fields to foster immediate access to retractors and suctioning and irrigation equipment.
  • Worked with internal departments and personnel to ensure availability of instruments and equipment.
  • Maintained surgical areas and oversaw inventory management.
  • Cleaned and sterilized surgical sites and managed supply inventory and organization.
  • Mentored and educated team of surgical technologists, offering insight and suggestions on ways to handle [Type] issue.
  • Oversaw inventory of specialty equipment and instrumentation inventories.
  • Performed various tasks, which included assisting with reductions and administering pain injections.
  • Spearheaded coordination of surgical services and specialized equipment, enabling [Result] within [Timeframe].
08/2008 to Current
Endoscopy Technician Munson Medical Center Kalkaska, MI,
  • Use aseptic techniques to sterilize endoscopes, forceps, snares and other endoscopic tools and equipment.
  • Provide assistance to physicians in performing double balloon enteroscopy, endoscopic ultrasounds, endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), esophageal dilations, foreign body removals, and other endoscopic procedures.
  • Set-up and tore down procedure rooms in preparation for upcoming operations.
  • Transported and helped patients prior to and following procedures.
  • Review procedure requirements to select and set up appropriate equipment and supplies.
  • Adhered to operating and safety procedures during cleaning, disinfecting and sterilizing endoscopes and [Type] equipment.
  • Prepared collected specimens for cytological, microbiological and pathological analysis.
  • Assisted with transportation of scopes for repair and maintenance.
  • Supported [Number] physicians and nursing staff during procedures.
  • Run diagnostic tests and biologic quality assurance tests on endoscopic machines.
  • Ordered [Type] supplies efficiently to maintain stock within desired levels and meet expected patient loads.
  • Worked successfully with diverse group of coworkers to accomplish goals and address issues related to our products and services.
  • Prioritized and organized tasks to efficiently accomplish service goals.
  • Demonstrated self-reliance by meeting and exceeding workflow needs.
08/2000 to 08/2004
Patient Care Technician Monmouth Medical Center City, STATE,
  • Documented patient intake and dietary requirements and aided with feeding and monitoring.
  • Obtained patient vital signs and reported results to staff nurse or physician to identify changes from prior measurements.
  • Looked for physical, emotional and symptomatic changes in patient condition and obtained necessary care for medical concerns.
  • Promoted patient satisfaction by assisting with bathing, dressing and exercising.
  • Supported healthy patient skin with bedside baths, wound care and integrity checks.
  • Transported patients to other areas of hospital in wheelchairs and gurneys for tests, treatments and therapies.
  • Kept instruments and equipment clean and sanitized.
  • Assisted with patient admissions, discharges and transfers.
  • Collected biological specimens and packaged for laboratory transport to complete diagnostic tests.
  • Performed minor housekeeping tasks to keep patient areas clean and sanitized.
  • Recorded patient conditions and vital signs before and after medical operations.
  • Monitored patient therapy responses, reporting concerns to supervisor.
  • Provided ambulatory care by transporting patients to and from facility.
  • Responded to bell or light signal calls to assist patients with needs.
  • Delivered outstanding patient care based on physical, psychological, educational and related criteria.
  • Notified senior staff of patient emergencies to optimize outcomes.
06/1996 to 08/2000
Anesthesia Aide/Labor and Delivery Tech Monmouth Medical Center City, STATE,
  • Assessed operating room for sterility before beginning procedures by evaluating overall room cleanliness, instruments and equipment.
  • Coordinated and set up supplies and equipment for planned procedures.
  • Cleaned and restocked carts in operating rooms for general surgery and labor and delivery.
  • Maintained clean and sterile fields in operating rooms when assisting anesthesiologists.
  • Kept work areas and equipment clean and sanitized for optimal protection.
  • Assembled procedure kits for blocks, central lines, arterial lines, blood product infusions and fiber optic scopes.
  • Changed breathing tubing and suction canisters between cases.
  • Took appropriate action for malfunctioning equipment and utilized bio-technicians if unable to troubleshoot problem.
  • Calibrated anesthesia delivery systems and monitors to conduct pretests.
  • Supported patients with proper positioning for such procedures as spinals and epidurals to enhance success and minimize risks.
  • Performed CPR in crisis situations under direction of doctor in charge until anesthesiologist arrived.
  • Maintained accurate records on medical equipment and organized scheduled maintenance for malfunctioning machines.
  • Assisted with whole range of outpatient patient procedures, including minor surgeries.
  • Monitored patients' progress during post-anesthesia period to document findings.
Education and Training
Expected in 05/1993
Certified Nurse's Aide: CNA
Visiting Nurse's Association - Red Bank, NJ
Expected in 05/2008
Certificate of Completion: Surgical Technology
Medical Career Institute - Ocean Twp, NJ
Expected in 05/2000
Certification of Completion: Patient Care Associate/Technician
Monmouth Medical Center - Long Branch, NJ

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  • Visiting Nurse's Association
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