ER Technician Resume

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Bob Muller

24315 Vincent Ave

Kansas City, MO, 64101

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Objective To obtain the ER Technician position which will challenge me and help the organization continue to be successful.

Summary of Skills:

  • Ability to walk, stand, lift, position and transport patients and equipment
  • Good ability to work with diverse group of people
  • Amazing ability to interpret all types and levels of patient care ordered
  • Ability to work under pressure
  • Ability to build good relationship with patients
  • Excellent communication and writing skills

Work Experience

ER Technician, August 2005 to till date

White Plains Hospital Center, Kansas City, MO

Provided patient care as per with the norms of Hospital Policy.

Assisted and collaborated with the professional staff as necessary.

Demonstrated positive interpersonal relations while working with patients, families, guests, physician, co-workers, other departments and management.

Maintained a safe environment for patients, staff, physicians and guests.

Assisted patients into room and placed appropriate monitoring devices and informed about patient’s condition to the assigned nurse.

Reported the assigned nurse any concerns or abnormal findings and assisted with immediate interventions.

ER Technician, May 2000 to July 2005

Cape Cod Hospital, Kansas City, MO

Provided assistance in routine patient care and medically related administrative support activities in the Emergency Department.

Dealt with numerous clinical treatments.

Frequently denounced the exposure to communicable diseases and unfavorable working conditions due to performance of certain patient care activities.

Assessed patient’s condition at least every 30 minutes .

Documented findings on patient care and notified nurse of any changes observed in patient’s condition.

Education

Associate Degree in Allied Health Science, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH

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