Medical Resume Examples

medical/surgical assistant

  • Prepare treatment rooms for patient procedures, keeping the rooms neat and clean.
  • Prepare and administer local anesthesia and medications as directed by a physician.
  • Entered surgeries and visits into the Electronic Medical Record, ensuring the proper ICD-10 and CPT codes correctly reflected the surgical procedures performed. 
  • Contacted insurance companies as needed, maintained current insurance knowledge.

medical/pharmacuetical representative

  • Supported and promoted Servier Medical & Research image.
  • Promoted Servier drugs in the Pharmaceutical market.
  • Contributed to the the organization of hospital meetings and round tables.
  • Followed and develop the territory.
  • Ensured achieving the sales targets and building a strong committed relation with the prescribing doctors and with the key opinion leaders.
  • Making Regular visits to different specialties of physicians as well as general practitioners.
  • Making small projections in polyclinics and hospitals to launch those meds and for more sales of older products.

medical/trauma/surgical/neurological icu nurse/charge nurse

  • Provide care to critically ill patients who are at risk of actual or potential life threatening health problems
  • Support nursing staff with intense critical decision making 
  • Communicate and counsel patients and families on patient conditions, outcomes, and goals
  • Provide delivery of direct and indirect patient care through the nursing process through assessment, planning, intervention, and evaluation
  • Coordinate nursing care with patient, family, and interdisciplinary staff as necessary
  • Communicate changes in patients clinical condition with physicians, nursing supervisor, and medical staff
  • Provide education and support to help patient or surrogate make decisions

medical/personal assistant

  • Maintain continuous hemodynamic monitoring and support for all critically ill patients with an overall goal to minimize morbidity and mortality as well as to facilitate optimal patient outcomes
  • Assist physicians and other medical personnel with bedside care and procedures, consent forms, and charting entries
  • Represent patient/Advocate 
  • Act as a liaison between patient, families, and medical staff

medical

  • Answer telephones and give information to callers, take messages, or transfer calls to appropriate individuals. office supplies