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19 Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) caregivers found near Park Forest.
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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 have 22 years experience in healthcare. I'm reliable and compassionate. I love making the sick feel comfortable in a home setting. I enjoy putting a smile on a persons face by making them feel alive, by the care I do. Im a nationally certified phlebotomist also. I am also CPR certified, im a CNA/HHA .
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 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.
Life is a precious gift which ought to be treasured, I have taken care of my 103 year old grandmother in the past. Those times with her have taught me many of the skills I have now. I love to be of service and to be a great companion for someone in need. I'm funny out going and I know a couple of good jokes. Can't wait to meet you! God Bless
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 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.
Hello, my name is Ala and I’m a CNA with more than three years of experience. I chose a CNA job because I took care of my grandmother when I was a teenager. Since then, I dreamt about working with geriatric people and helping those who are in need. CNA is a job where mercy, compassion, and wisdom of life play a huge role. This profession carries with it not only assistance to specific individuals, but also sets an example for the humane attitude of man to man. Other than the impossibility to perform activities of daily living, the main psychological problem of the elderly person is loneliness. The CNA worker is expected to help people accept their own old age, find themselves at this stage of life, and prolong their vitality. One more thing that attracts me in my profession is opportunity to speak to my clients. As you know, older people have seen a lot in their lives so they can give one a wise piece of advice and it is interesting to listen about their lives.
My name is Angela Epps, I was currently in the nursing field years ago mad loved it. I left the medical field and started working for the railroad and even tho it's a great career I am not satisfied or happy. I enjoy taking care of ppl and making them happy with life. I have four daughters and I have quit my career with the rail road to pursue nursing again.