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Physician Assistant Sample Resume | Curriculum Vitae | CV

Physician Assistant Sample Resume | Curriculum Vitae | CV

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Here is an actual version of my Resume that I have used to apply for PA positions. I am sharing this because I looked all over for one and could never find a good sample. I hope this helps you!
Here is an actual version of my Resume that I have used to apply for PA positions. I am sharing this because I looked all over for one and could never find a good sample. I hope this helps you!

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Published by: The Physician Assistant Life on Jan 23, 2012
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City, State ZipPHONE (000) 000-0000
Mr. PA-C
Physician Assistant with seven years of experience in family practice/urgent care medicine seeks full-timeemployment that utilizes my skills, energy and passion for providing quality patient oriented care.
NCCPA Board Certified (Scored in the 93
Current California State
Physician Assistant’s
LicenseCurrent DEA license
Employment Summary__________________________________________________________
October 2004 - Present
Good Samaritan Clinic
Oxnard, CA
Physician Assistant
Primary care provider in a fast-paced, rural, community health center. Involved in all aspects of patient care acrossthe lifespan, including; detailed history, physical examinations, development and implementation of treatment plans,prescription of medications, ordering and interpretation of laboratory tests and diagnostic studies, as well as in-officesurgical procedures. For four years I served as the sole clinical provider on weekends and holidays, have participatedin a community based program to teach sexual education in local area middle schools, and have joined in an effort toprovide free physical examinations to the uninsured.
Applicable Skills
Diagnose and treat common urgent care problems including URI's, bronchitis, pneumonia, sinusitis,pharyngitis, mononucleosis, asthma exacerbations, UTI's, otitis media and externa, conjunctivitis, cornealabrasion, migraines, gastroenteritis, fractures/dislocations, allergic reactions.
Experience in the management of chronic medical illness such as, but not limited to: diabetes mellitus,chronic bronchitis, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, heart failure, obesity, chronic pain syndromes,thyroid disease, cirrhosis, and chemical dependency.
Procedures: I and D's, closure of wounds via sutures, staples and Dermabond; wound and skin care,injections, aseptic and isolation techniques, venipuncture, initiation of intravenous infusions, placement of NG tubes, collection of cultures, arterial blood draws, CPR, placement of catheters, eye examination usingfluoroscein and Woods light.
Extensive practice in the area of pediatrics and adolescent medicine including well child/adolescent exams,screening sports physicals, infant care and nutrition, disorders of the bladder and bowel, the effectivemanagement of ADHD, eating disorders, and childhood behavioral problems.
Women's health including Papanicolaou cytology smears, wet mount and koh prep, evaluation andmanagement of abnormal uterine bleeding, menopause, osteoporosis, contraceptive initiation andsurveillance as well as basic obstetric care.
The ability to focus on mental health as it effects physiological well being.
The skill to work in a diverse and multicultural environment, with people of all socioeconomicbackgrounds.
Strengths: Commitment to lifelong learning, diligence, integrity, attention to detail, and working well withpatients and staff.
September 1999 - July 2001
Puget Sound Blood Center
Seattle, WA
 Senior Mobile Technician/Supervisor
On site Supervisor and lead technician during mobile community blood drives. On site coordinator of bone marrowand rare blood donor drives. Supervised 2-15 staff/volunteers per day. Performed venipuncture for wholeblood/sample collection. Screened donors for medical history, took vital signs and performed hematocrit testing.Monitored and cared for all donor reactions. Trained and precepted new staff. Responsible for post drive summary,donor health reports, computer/data entry, on-site maintenance, post donation evaluations and all on-siteconsultations with mobile coordinators and clinical program nurses.
October 1998 - June 1999
University of Washington Medical Center
Seattle, WA
Performed venipuncture for laboratory testing on adults and children in both in-patient and outpatient setting.Educated patients on stool, occult blood and urine testing kits. Ordered and distributed diagnostic tests from outsidelaboratories. Trained new staff in venipuncture and laboratory procedures. Tended to all patient reactions andcomplications.
June 1999 - September 1999
Seattle Parks and Recreation
Seattle, WA
Special Needs Youth Program Advisor
Provided twenty-four hour care for children/young adults ages 4 to 21 who were developmentally disabled, learningdisabled, ADHD, behaviorally and socially impaired, visual and hearing impaired and physically disabled.Supervised 8-10 children and assistant staff. Assisted campers with daily living and organized all activities andovernight excursions.
2001 - 2004
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ)
Piscataway, NJMasters of Science, Physician Assistant Studies
Intensive program included 18 months of classroom training shared with Robert Wood Johnson medical studentsculminating with 16 months of clinical rotations.
Masters Project:
Community Oriented Primary Care Summer Assistantship: In collaboration with theJersey Shore Medical Center "A" Team, a clinic providing care to underserved patients with HIV/AIDS andother sexually transmitted infections, I organized and created a community awareness campaign regardingHepatitis C infection/transmission. Provided direct patient outreach within the t
mobile unit andcompiled on-site research data for publication to guide Hepatitis C treatment and education within theclinic.
University of Washington
Seattle, WABachelor of Science, Zoology
List, 1999
US Department of Health and Human Services, National Health Service Corps Scholarship, 2002 - 2004
SEARCH (Student Experiences and Rotations in Community Health) NHSC Scholarship program OregonPrimary Care Association, Woodburn, OR, 2004
Scholarship - Deans List, University of Washington, 1999
Memorial Scholarship, David Craig, Stockton, CA, 1995
Memorial Scholarship, Stockton Scavengers, Stockton, CA, 1995

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