Jimmy Constant - Student Assistant Resume Simple
A highly motivated, dependable, and dedicated individual seeking a position as a dental Assistant in a reputable medical facility where I can utilize my skills and knowledge to provide quality patient care.
  • teaching, hospital, engineering, technology, reporting, pediatrics, medical
  • management, administration, pain management, first aid, outpatient, pediatric
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25

    Student Assistant

    Sandia National Laboratories

    • I have worked in the medical technology department, teaching the use of the C-arm in the Hospital, and the use of the equipment.
    • In the acute care setting, I was able to work in the ICU, Med-Surg, and Pediatrics floors.
    • Assisted in the development of a new safety program for the department. presented at the American Society of physiotherapists.
    • Neurological, orthopedic, and general surgery. Participated in the development of a C-section of the spine and extremities.
    • O C.M.B. (P.), and A.C. Gore. Safety and compliance.
    • A.M.C.a.T. (a.). The ability to learn new and existing concepts in the treatment of patients.
  • 2017-12-252017-12-25



    • Pediatrics: Adult and pediatric patients, administration of medications, and management of patient needs. Experience in the following areas: ICU, CCU, SICU, NICU, and PICU.
    • Experience in Pediatrics, adult care, and geriatric patients. Also, I was able to work in a fast paced environment.
    • 2. Neonatal intensive care unit, pediatric intensive care unit, emergency department, and outpatient clinic. Performed general health assessments, including but not limited to: Blood pressure, oxygen, and oxygen.
    • I was able to take vital signs, and perform EKG's, and other duties as assigned. My responsibilities included: ICU, NICU, and SICU.
    • Observed and assisted with wound care and dressing changes in the patient. Took and recorded blood pressure, pulse, respiration rates, and pain level.
    • Patient assessments, venipuncture, and administering Medicine to patients. Also, I have been able to work in the trauma Bay.


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