Clinical Technician Resume Example

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Amanda Perkins

5823 Sycamore Ave

Grand Blanc, MI, 48439



Objective To secure a Clinical Technician position with a successful, well-established organization that will enable me to grow professionally while contributing to the company’s goals and objectives.

Summary of Skills:

  • Ability to perform the job functions of a Clinical Tech I & II
  • Excellent Ability to analyze blood, urine and other body fluid samples
  • Good interpersonal skills to interact with nursing staff, patients, physicians, and other hospital support staff
  • Good organizational skills to set priorities organize work activities and complete assigned work
  • Ability to perform simple mathematics
  • Flexible in changing assignments
  • Ability to read, write and speak in English and follow oral and written instructions

Work Experience:

Clinical Technician, August 2005 to till date

Hospital of Saint Raphael, Grand Blanc, MI

  • Admitted, moved and discharged patients under minimal direction of the nurse on duty.
  • Provided patient care duties as guided by RN.
  • Provided nutritional needs to the patients.
  • Documented and communicated with patient regarding their needs and health care services.
  • Maintained confidentiality of patient care standards.

Clinical Technician, May 2000 to July 2005

Cornell University, Grand Blanc, MI

  • Monitored the treatment of adult and adolescent patients.
  • Provided therapeutic listening and guidance as required.
  • Assisted patients with activities of daily living.
  • Provided orientation to new patients.
  • Coordinated weekly 12-step group meetings for patients.
  • Participated in daily staff reporting.


Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, CA

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