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I enjoy working with people and enjoy jobs where I have one-on-one interaction with others. I enjoyed taking care of elder family members and would like to help others in this way. I like doing work that has the potential to make a difference in someone’s life and I like making someone smile and doing little things to make a person’s day better.
Hello, My Name is Nora and looking for a 20 hour a week job. I able to work M -F from 3:30pm to 830pm and Sunday from 10am to 4pm. A little about Me: 19 years experienced professional in the medical field in a variety of health care settings. Dedicated worker, responsible, dependable and organized with the proven ability to multi-task. Provide quality customer service/ patient customer care. Have experience in various versions of Electronic Medical Records software. Computer Literate in Microsoft word and other Microsoft office products. Bilingual, speak and write Spanish fluently. Education * Completed National Certified Medical Assistant in Overland Park, KS. * Received Certificate of Nursing Assistant from Emerald Nursing School in El Paso, TX. Certified in the following states, AZ, OK, CA, TX. * Completed 480 class hours for United Blood Services in Phoenix, AZ. Encompassing interviewing blood donors, review blood donors records and blood phlebotomy. * Completed Certifications for First Aid, CPR and Basic life support, Healthcare Provider health card, Tempe, AZ.
I have always loved the medical field, enjoy helping others. Being a caregiver you learn a lot from each person that you work with. You walk away with more experience about life than you could learn on your own. I am proud of myself for going back to school and achieving my certificate for Medical Office Assistant and Medical Assistant. I have worked in the health field for over 15 years, and have enjoyed every minute of it and look forward to the future of medicine and all that it has to teach me.
I've had a year and half experience with geriatric care. Growing up my dream was to become a home health nurse just like the one my grandfather had. I do my up most best in caring for my patients because they are family to me. My training is in medical assisting and also with Alzheimer's and dementia patients. Its an honor work for the families who have given me the prevlidge to care for their loved ones.its always great to learn so much from them. Hope to hear from you soon.