I feel that being a caregiver requires common sense and compassion; two qualities that I definitely possess. I'm very caring, sensitive, observative, and I've always had a deep passion for caregiving. I became a certified nursing assistant 20 years ago, and I wouldn't dream of doing anything else. My many achievements include working with special needs individual, developmentally disabled individuals, Alzheimers patients and a host of other categories. It's very rewarding helping someone walk again, feel again, being by their side or support, or simply putting a smile on their face. What I do isn't a job, I'm getting paid to do what I Love!!!
I would like to meet and explore the possibility of joining your team as a Medical Assistant. Enclosed is my resume showing my background and employment history. As you will see, I an experienced in several areas of hands on patient care. I have been flexible in my training which has allowed me to be able to gain a wealth of experience along the way. I pride myself in being eager to learn new things. I welcome constructive criticism because it has helped me in my training as a registered Medical Assistant.
I bring to the table great organizational skills which allows me to stay on task and helps me with multitasking. My success is built on a strong foundation of team-building, problem solving, organizational abilities, accuracy, high quality patient care, and continuing education (CEU's).
What you'll be getting is a well trained professional with a solid work history and a genuine passion for serving the needs of patients in the areas of General Surgery (Anesthesia), Pediatrics, Neurosurgery (Anesthesia Tech), Pre-Op, PACU, and the clinical office setting. I am confident that I would be an asset, valuable team member within your practice or organization.
I welcome the opportunity to discuss in person the fit between my abilities and your needs. I appreciate your consideration and look forward to a face to face interview. I'M READY TO COME ABOARD!
Staice A.L. White, RMA (AAH)
I love taking care of the elderly,because one day we will all become elderly if we are fortunate, I took care of my mother for 15+ years, until her death, she had a severe stroke, I nursed her back to health within a year and she lived 18 more years, I am glad I was there for her. I have experience in diabetes, stroke, transfers, hospice, housekeeping, cooking, companionship, errands, trustworthy, dependable and I love to read out loud, I follow instructions well and I truly enjoy life, I am not an anxious person, I can adjust to most situations, and I love to talk and play games, Alzheimer's is something that I have the patience for, they just need extra love, and I pray daily.