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27 Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) caregivers found near Homer Glen.
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My name is Diane Williams. I am a healthcare professional with over 20 years of patient care and laboratory experience. I have an insatiable desire for caring for others, and an extreme passion for the art of phlebotomy, histology, and nursing. I am totally committed to using the array of healthcare skills I've gained over the last 23 years, for caring for others and making a difference.
I became a caregiver because im a very compassionate person and I know this was a calling for me. I love that I can put a smile on my companions face and make them feel loved and comfy at all time. I'm proud of what I do as a caregiver, and i'm happy I can make others happy. I'm very loving,kind and compassionate and I treat others as if they were my own family members.
Hi my name is Menia I am a licensed CNA, EKG Tech, CPR Certified, and Licensed Phlebotomist. I have been a teachers assistant for over 15 years for a Cooperative program that caters to a community of children and adults that has a wide variety of disabilities cognitive, and physical. I have been a care taker for a 32 year person with autism for 13 years, and a single mom of 3 . I am a very self motivated, loving, compassionate, fun individual that loves caring for others. I have chosen being a health care professional because caring for others is a big passion of mine. Seeking a position that will allow me to use my known skills and knowledge to the fullest, while eagerly learning more, and pursuing my goal to serve people.
I am an experienced caregiver who is compassionate and dedicated in caring for people who are sick, injured, mentally or physically disabled, or the elderly and fragile. I have 10+ years of experience in the health care field. I enjoy helping individuals stay organized and follow a set-up routine to ensure their safety.
I love to care for individuals with special needs. I'm a 1 3 year old care giver with lots of experience making your day a great and complete success in the care giving fields. as easy as 1-2-3 Companionship, Developing relationships on the job and gaining trust of individuals in need, and loving and caring about what I do . Thanks!
I love to see my clients happy and smiling. I became a care giver while attending computer system institute where I received medical assistant certification, EKG technician certification, Phlebotomy certification, and CPR certification. I love to help people and being a home care aide plays a big role in peoples lives.
I consider myself to be a great caregiver because I love to help others. I love the thanks that I receive from my clients and the families whom I help. I am always proud of myself and see myself learning new things daily and see how I have grown while being a CNA. I am 24 years of age who looks at caregiving not as a job but as something I love to do, my calling, if you must say. I enjoy it. I enjoy the time, the stories and the overall help that I give. PS: RIGHT NOW I CAN NOT AFFORD TO BUY A BACKGROUND CHECK
I am a great caregiver because i am very compassionate about people and i love taking care of people i have been in this profession for over 15 years and love every moment. I believe you have to have a people person personality to do this type of work and you also have to have a big heart that cares about the next person. I have always even as a little girl wanted to be in the health field. I am also certified in cpr and Phlebotomy.
I became a caregiver because some time families get busy, and its not that they are too busy to care for their love one but its can become stressful. I like being able to help and being a caregiver allows me to help not just one person but a whole family. Working in the medical field is my greatest personal achievement. It' a lot of hard work and deduction but when its something you enjoy it's worth it. Since childhood I wanted to be a doctor and this is just the being of a wonderful journey.
What made me become a caregiver was working in a mental institute and being able to make a difference in someone's life. Whether it was big or small. I enjoyed seeing the smile on my clients faces. A personal achievement I'm proud of is completing my goal to become a Certified Medical Assistant/ Certified Phlebotomist.