Objective: Opportunity to improve client/community achievements, wellness and health. Whether it is teaching preventative medicine or health promotion, getting involved with disasters, helping a neighbor in need or expressing my opinion about a subject that can affect the lifestyle and ability of persons involved. I never back down from a challenge that has the possibility to change a persons life through the administration and execution of sound training, education and follow-up and the ingenuity of good leadership and the creation of good working environments.
University of Phoenix, Masters of Health Administration (••••• hours completed)
Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA, BS Degree: Health Promotion which includes course works in Preventative Medicine, Medical Ethics, Epidemiology and biostatistics (CDC) and Grantsmanship.
••••• Preventative Medicine/Health PromotionIn this area of health I dealt with achieving the goals of consulting patients/employees on the prospect of better health through preventative medicine/health promotion and going from a curative state of mind to a preventive state of mind, helping them (the patient/employees) reform into a state of mind whereby allowing them to research their past and present family history and finding out what diseases, conditions, illnesses have occurred from those family situations and also showing them the ability to enhance their own personal lifestyle(s). This area of health also includes ••••• years of experience obtained through education, experience in the hospital setting as well as field situations and the knowhow to create a picture for clients to apprehend and understand.
••••• Infectious Diseases/Control of Communicable Diseasesas an extra study through the CDC, I took up the challenge of researching the different types, occurrences, means, paths, causes, morbidity and mortality associated with the various infectious diseases that affect the human being. In my research I discovered that some diseases only affect certain areas of a community or population and that some can become either endemic, epidemic or on a worldwide scale of pandemic.
••••• Epidemiology and Biostatisticsalso as an extra study through the CDC and associated with Infectious/Communicable Diseases, I studied were, when, how, person, and place of recognizing the response, of which time plays a major factor, to and forthwith the type of disease being investigated that has occurred in an area of importance. Biostatistics comes into play when, as stated above, time and measurement need to be calculated.
••••• GPAmy average GPA for all of the schooling involved would average out to be between ••••• to ••••• out of a •••••
Central Virginia Community College, General Science Academics.
Medical Coordinator, August •••••, Odyssey Adventure Racing,
Don Mann, CEO, CWO3, U.S Navy S.E.A.L.S (Ret)
Nov ••••• to Jan ••••• (••••• Hours per week) Security Officer, Supervisor, Centurian Security Services, A subsidy of Corporate Security and Investigations of Monaca, PA. As a supervisor, I enforce all rules, regulations and policies on all Chevron Energy Corp gas well sites and those pertaining to Corporate Security and Investigations.
July ••••• to Nov •••••Unemployed, Aleppo, PA
April ••••• to July ••••• (••••• hours per week) Tech/Unit Support Associate/Health Promotion, Lynchburg General Hospital, Trauma center, ER, Lynchburg, VA.
Assess, perform emergency treatment, conduct preliminary screening, evaluate wounds for infection and healing, clean wounds, apply and remove sutures, administer local anesthesia and apply sterile dressings to wounds. Assess and assist in treatment of head, neck, dental, eye, ear, nose and throat diseases and disorders and other conditions and injuries. Assess and assist in the treatment of spinal cord injuries. Assess and assist in the treatment of orthopedic injuries/conditions; apply traction splints and apply and remove casts. Assess and assist in the treatment of acute abdominal/thoracic injuries or conditions. Assess and assist in the treatment of cardiovascular conditions and respiratory disorders; provide oxygen therapy and administer inhalation medications; data entry using Microsoft office and McKesson applications. I am also experienced with HIPPA, JCAHO and OSHA functions.
Supervisory/Management experienceI have a little over 2 years of supervisory experience with Centurian Security services on Chevron gas well sites. My job is to ensure that all rules, regulations, policies and protocols are enforced and maintained. I also have ••••• years experience through the military managing a reserve medical unit that include budget, supply and production. When called to active duty I was the Tricare health system liaison (BCAC) and managed an acute care clinic before my duty was complete.
Jan ••••• to Jan •••••(Active Duty) Operations specialist, U.S.S. John Rodgers (DD•••••), Charleston, SC. While serving in the U.S. Navy for 6 years, I had the utmost appreciation to what was offered me. I started out as an E1 (enlisted) striking for operations specialist. In my tenure at that position I was given the ability to travel around the world and explore the various cultures associated with the different countries. In this tenure I received the sea service medal, four year medal and good conduct medal plus various letters of appreciation/commendations and the opportunity to serve under Comdesron••••• (Commander Destroyer Squadron •••••) on his personal staff.
Inactive Reserves, January •••••January ••••• Aleppo, PA (home)
Feb ••••• to June ••••• (Active Reserves) Hospital Corpsman: Office Manager and Coordinator, Navy & Marine Corps Reserve Center, Roanoke, VA. After a short time of separation from the Navy I went back in as a reservist Hospital Corpsman. In this tenure of over ••••• years I was given the opportunity to associate with other militarys of various countries and work beside an elite group of individuals to also include the Marines and Navy SEALS. Eventually I was named manager/coordinator for the reserve unit and as the Tricare BCAC military health care representative (training was at the Pentagon) organizing physicals, preventative medicine/health science, immunizations, budget, events and various other situations that I mostly volunteered for to include community involvement. In this tenure, I received the navy achievement medal (twice), reserve good conduct, Operation Noble Eagle medal, Operation Enduring Freedom medal, Blue Jacket awards, Mobilization medal (twice) and various letters of appreciation/commendations.
May ••••• to Mar •••••, Activated, Contingency Operations to Iraq/NMC Portsmouth, VA