Enthusiastic Medical Telecommunications Operator eager to expand skills in the physical medical field. I am seasoned in medical terminology, recording and safekeeping essential information, and educated in documenting medical treatment and care. My department specializes in receiving first response emergencies, hospital wide codes, and drills and we are responsible for sending out the proper medical response teams to these locations. I am in charge of calling in on call staff, OR teams, and Radiology technicians for the appropriate hospital floors. I am responsible for transfer of patient information, and medical care plans to the specified nurses, technicians, specialists, residents, interns, physicians and department leads. This type of environment requires me to be able to relay information as safely and swiftly as possible; leading me to have a WPM of 45 and excellent communication skills, as well as being able to work in an often stressful, fast-paced work environment. I am very flexible in my availability and have worked in first, second and third shift positions throughout my employment. I am very invested in my employment and strive to be as knowledgeable in my department as possible, leading me to be in charge of training new team members in my department as one of the youngest on staff. I am very reliable and dedicated to my job, I have worked more than 12 hour shifts many times to cover for employees who have 'called in' because of emergencies or schedule issues. I have been promoted twice in my four years of employment, and have always had exceptional associate reviews each assessment period.
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