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I first became a certified nurses aid when I was 21 years old and found it very satisfying. Working and honing my skills in every department of the hospital. Living near the hospital made it easy for me to be available to work overtime, during crisis, snow storms, and double shifts if the hospital was ever short staffed. So satisfying that when Medical Assistant became the next medical position in Northwestern Memorial Hospital outpatient facility I jumped at the chance to become the first. Passing with flying colors I was now armed and ready to provide a level of care I knew I was capable. Able to provide excellent patient care as well as bringing the knowledge needed to run a fully staffed Doctor/Nurse office as a Medical Assistant and later a Unit Coordinator of Outpatient Services at Northwestern Memorial Hospital on Chicago's prestigious Magnificent Mile. I could and did it all and I loved every second for over 15 years working with numerous Doctors working on the cutting edge of medicine,I was able to provide professionalism, selfless caring, fearlessness, empathy, exemplary patient care, excellent customer service, and secured client relations with a loving spirit and a great bedside manner. My greatest personal achievement was the raising of my son that was born Autistic. I knew it would be a challenge but he and I prevailed. He is living & working on his own since he was 21 years. Never drugs, jail, jobless, or homeless. He strives to excel in any situation. I am proud. He lives independently working a job since the day he left home on his own. Working a position for over 15 years he continues to make me proud. I am a woman, a mother, a wife, a daughter, a caregiver, a volunteer, a teacher, a professional home Designer, a traveler, a homemaker, a companion, a cancer survivor, and a friend. I love what I do & I do it well.
I am compassionate and I am a people person, loving, honest, caring dependable. My credentials are in the medical and healthcare field. I am very much social and interested in helping where I can but also easy going by following rules or expectations. I believe that communication is the key, also in terms of scheduling I am available and always willing to help! I can work weekdays and on weekends , to be discussed
Not only did i work for a company i took care of my grandmother and my uncle i am a verry caring person i know how to meat the need of others. I have work with disabled kids and elderly . i have work with kid and adults with behavioral problems. I have my medical first responders. And i have my medical assistant. Osha cpr. And i am a cheer coach so i know how to be humble
I have been in the medical field for over 21 years. I have a passion for what I do and pride myself on enriching the lives of my clients. I love my career and the fact I can actually see and feel that I have made a positive impact on someone's life.I have extensive experience having worked with patients with many various ailments from Alzheimer's,dementia ,stroke,cerebral palsy,muscular dystrophy,multiple sclerosis, COPD,congestive heart failure,cancer,ventilation,TBI,paraplegic,wound care,palliative and hospice care , experience with documenting and filing long term insurance claims...etc I have excellent references which I would love to share with you. On a personal note I lost both my mother and sister to cancer in 2006 & 2008, I was the sole caregiver for both with the assistance of hospice in my home. I understand that it can feel very intrusive and stressful needing to have strangers in your home to help meet your needs or your loved ones needs. I strive to be as empathetic as possible by respecting and emulating the way you manage your household.Please contact me to determine if I would be a good fit for you.
Well I first worked at a camp for children and adults that were physically and intellectually disabled,and from then on I knew I wanted to help people. After that I went ahead and became a certified nursing assistant and worked in the nursing home. I was highly recommended and many patients family members want me to work privately after their love ones would get better and go home. I am a lover of people and feel we should as a human race be responsible for one another. I also have a phlebotomy certification and a commission security license.I have been in the field for 10+ and certified for 5.
empathy and compassion. working with people in a home care setting is essential that a caregiver feels the desire to want to help. by showing both empathy and compassion. I as a caregiver will let the patient know that I care about the person and want to do what I can to help my patient. Patience is the key to being a great caregiver.
I have been in healthcare for 14 years I have specialized in home health for the past 10 years my last client I was with her for over 6 years she was a cancer survivor and I was with her throughout her radiation and chemo treatments and helped her get through her cancer when she became very ill in her last stage of life I was with her then as wells when hospice was brought in so I specialize in hospice care as well as she is not my first patient on hospice care.
I believe I would be a great caregiver because I have experience with being a medical assistant which could be very helpful with caring for other people not only medically, but emotionally and physically as well. I am also very patient and able to get along with different personalities.
I've worked with a 82 year old lady 6 years as a live in caregiver in Metairie, Louisiana she's paralyze from the waist down my duties consist of changing her as need irrigating her blatter medication reminding meal preparations light house cleaning washing and folding clothes dressing her moving her from bed to wheelchair bringing her to doctor's appointments and housing shopping for groceries and household supplies etc ....... I really enjoyed my job but I have to relocate for personal reason that cannot be disclosed I have grown over the years to love her and will truly miss her we will continue to stay in touch I'm 29 years old I have a 10 year old daughter I will attend nursing school in the near future
My name is Cassandra and I have been a medical assistant for about 21 years and a certified nursing assistant for 16 years. I have experience in hospital settings and clinics, from Oncology, Medical Surgical ,PCU and ER.I currently work at Texas Health hospital as a Patient Care Technician on the Medical Surgical unit. The main reason why I wanted to work in the healthcare field was to be able to help others. As a teenager, I was responsible for taking care of my grandparents when they were ill with cancer. I knew then, that was my calling to work with the public or do everything I could to make their lives a little bit happier. One of my personal achievement, was going back to school in my late 30's. My daughters were older( 11 & 16) when I went back to school at the age of 39. I was a little afraid in the beginning but after a few weeks, I was able to manage my time as a wife,mom and student.This summer (2015) I will be graduating with my A.A.of Arts degree from Collin College.When I'm not attending school part-time, I scrapbook and create slideshows for different occasions like family reunion, birthday parties, graduations and baby showers.
I am a very patient and attentive person. The most rewarding and precious thing we all have is our time and devotion. My goal as a caregiver is to empower as well as, revive a sense of personal independence. Building self esteem and administering a heavy dose of reassurance, are my strong points. I am a Medical Assistant, I have been a Cosmetologist for over twenty years, so I have a great bedside manner. I am a Christian.