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Top 50 Emergency Medicine Specialist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Emergency Medicine Specialist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Emergency Medicine Specialist resumes they appeared on. For example, 20.8% of Emergency Medicine Specialist resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Emergency Medicine Specialist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A Emergency Medicine Specialist

1. Patient Care
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Here's how Patient Care is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Average patient care census of 25-30 per day.

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2. EKG
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Here's how EKG is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Interpreted imaging and lab studies including x-ray, CT scan, EKG, ultrasound, CBC, CMP and urinalysis.
  • Improved suturing/skin stapling, and EKG interpretation and I&D techniques.
  • Performed and interpreted EKG's.
  • Interpreted labs, x-rays, US, CT, and EKGs, formed differential diagnoses, and established treatment plans.
  • Started IVs, drew blood, performed EKGs, administered joint and IM injections, and wrote admission orders.
  • Interpreted diagnostic studies including: x-ray, MRI/CT EKG, urinalysis, and venipuncture results.
  • Interpreted lab tests, EKG's, and radiological studies.
  • Interpreted imaging (X-ray, CT, MRI, ultrasound), EKGs, lab results.
  • Ordered and interpreted lab data, radiologic exams, EKGs and diagnostic studies.

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3. Emergency Room
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Here's how Emergency Room is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Diagnosed and treated common adult and pediatric emergency room problems after performing focused exams.
  • Worked in the Emergency Room treating cardiovascular emergencies.
  • Triaged, diagnosed, and managed patients presenting to the emergency room with common injuries and illnesses.

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4. IV
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Here's how IV is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Assisted in the interpretation and delivery of medical information for Spanish speaking patients.
  • Establish productivity standards and evaluation of workload projections.
  • Provided emergency medical care to diverse population.
  • Provided administrative support for the department director, 5 assistant directors and the chief of services.
  • Involved with Doctoral Pharmacy Students at Texas State University TSU & rounds with the attending once/week.
  • Write and prepare individualized programs such as emergency response plans for companies based on their duties.
  • Sutured lacerations, splinted fractures and sprains, and placed IV lines.
  • Received 12 educational contact hours in Neurology through ACCP-PREP course.
  • Received 6-year accreditation for the program from ASHP in 2015
  • Verified with insurance companies that policies were active.
  • Monitor and report on departmental activities and trends.
  • Served as resident advisor to hospital executive committee.
  • Performed intubation, lumbar puncture, suturing, IV placement, and casting and splinting.
  • Achieved an 18% and 15% increase in sales for Mirapex and Aggrenox respectively as of March 2005.
  • Performed procedures such as IV lines, venipuncture, ABGs, NG tube placement, Foley catheterization, suturing and splinting.

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5. Internal Medicine
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Here's how Internal Medicine is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • General Medicine: Dillon Internal Medicine Associates

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6. Treatment Plans
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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Developed treatment plans, prescribed medications, provided patient counseling and education.
  • Worked with staff FNP to develop and implement treatment plans for patients in the Emergency Room setting.
  • Interpreted laboratory and imaging studies, formed differential diagnoses, and established treatment plans.

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7. Physician Orders
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8. Trauma
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Here's how Trauma is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Provided emergency care for acute coronary syndrome, loss of consciousness, acute infection and multiple trauma.
  • Treat multiple traumas, mine accidents and industrial injuries, obstetric emergencies, and septic patients.
  • Evaluated and managed both medical and trauma patients with acute and chronic conditions.
  • Trained at two, Level I trauma Centers in Kalamazoo, Michigan
  • Experienced in casting, splinting, and basic trauma care.
  • Attended weekly trauma and ER lectures.
  • Managed ED and trauma patients, and assisted specialist physicians and PAs in complex surgical procedures.

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9. Diagnostic Tests
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Here's how Diagnostic Tests is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Performed physical exams, evaluations and decision-making, ordered and interpreted diagnostic tests.

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10. Exam Rooms
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11. Medical Records
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Here's how Medical Records is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Documented patient medical records in the Epic electronic medical record system.
  • Utilized electronic medical records to gain a better understanding of a patient s medical history.
  • Review prior medical records to obtain PMH information, and prior labs, ECG and radiographic studies for comparison.

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12. Acls
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Here's how Acls is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Observed and assisted with multiple PALS and ACLS codes.
  • Assisted with management of acute cardiac arrest, including intubation and ACLS protocol.
  • Assisted/observed in multiple procedures such as lumbar punctures, endotracheal intubation, central line insertion, and ACLS protocols.

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13. CPR
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14. Laceration Repair
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Here's how Laceration Repair is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Assisted attending physicians in performing procedures including splinting, laceration repairs and tracheal tube placement.
  • Performed minor procedures such as laceration repair, abscess drainage, foreign body removals, etc.
  • Performed procedures, including but not limited to laceration repairs, I&Ds, foreign body removals, etc.

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15. Capillary Puncture
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16. Fast Track
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Here's how Fast Track is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Assessed patients in the main emergency room and fast track and presented assessments and plans concerning the care of patients.
  • Assessed and provided care to patients in Fast Track and Urgent care.
  • Worked 250+ hours in Fast Track and on the emergency room (ER) floor seeing 400+ patients.
  • Treated patients with lower-acuity problems similar to a "Fast Track."

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17. Acute Care
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Here's how Acute Care is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Provided acute care by performing assessment of patients, formulating a diagnostic plan, and ordering appropriate labs and imaging.
  • Obtained focused health histories and physical examinations on patients in the acute care setting.

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18. ECG
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Here's how ECG is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Performed and interpreted ECG's.
  • Interpreted labs, plain films, ECGs, and CT scans.

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19. Tube Feedings
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20. Digital Blocks
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21. Lab Equipment
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22. Critical Care
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23. Copd
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24. IM
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Here's how IM is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Provide international teaching to corporations, health care professionals down to ancillary personnel, maritime institutions and internal emergency response teams.
  • Learned invaluable techniques for managing large caseloads, and mastered patient-centered quality care strategies for improving outcomes.
  • Developed and implemented discharge care plans and provided patient education.
  • Recorded medical history, exam findings, and test results in real time as the Physicians evaluated the patients.
  • Performed and assisted with suture lacerations, obtaining venous and arterial blood samples, immobilization techniques and splinting.
  • Gained further experience in interpretation of labs and imaging studies.
  • Assisted in correction of claims for filings and denials.
  • Position: PA Full time and now Per Diem in Emergency Medicine
  • Processed timesheets and expenses to the proper departments.
  • Coded Vascular Surgeries including, but not limited to Filter Placements, AV Creations, Stent Placements,Bypass, etc.
  • Presented patients case, assessment and plan to supervising physician assistant in a timely fashion.

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25. Physician Assistants
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Here's how Physician Assistants is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Document procedures and treatments performed by the physician or any other healthcare professional, including nurses and physician assistants.

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26. Test Cases
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27. NG
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Here's how NG is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Developed a problem focused plan including appropriate prescription and non-pharmaceutical treatments.
  • Arrange and provided continuing education for targeted providers.
  • Develop and implement auditing protocols.
  • Maintain up-to-date database to document sales calls information, trends, future calls objectives, sampling and overall territory performance.
  • Interpret lab values and image results and participate in the care of critical patients along with PA or attending.
  • Provide emergency care for acute asthma attacks in patients, including children from six weeks of age.
  • Assist in catheter placement, casting and splinting, wound care and lumbar puncture procedures.
  • Worked closely with consultants and team members to arrange value added speaker programs and workshops.
  • Prepared financial and departmental monthly reports using MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Attended ED continuing education, student focused lectures, and case discussions.
  • Diagnosed and treated urgent and emergent conditions in a hospital setting.
  • Implemented marketing strategies that resulted in growth of sales.
  • Maintained the management teams' meeting and appointment calendars.
  • Collaborated with PA team and attending physicians.
  • Performed assessment of acutely ill patients, ordered and interpreted radiologic and laboratory findings, determined treatment plan.
  • Participated in sim lab experiences and training in ultrasound techniques/procedures.
  • Documented thorough history and physical of patients using Cerner EMR.
  • Observed: intubation, splinting of fractures.
  • Perform venipuncture, arterial blood gas draw, eye examination using fluorescein stain.
  • Assembled acquired medical information into patients charts using Cerner s FirstNet software.

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28. PA-C
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29. Epic
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30. Emergency Situations
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31. Laboratory Studies
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Here's how Laboratory Studies is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Selected, ordered, and interpreted appropriate diagnostic and laboratory studies.

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32. Radiographic Studies
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Here's how Radiographic Studies is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Interpreted laboratory and radiographic studies.

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33. Radiology
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Here's how Radiology is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Selected and interpreted radiology and laboratory diagnostics.
  • Organized patients' charts, lab results, radiology reports, and inform doctors when abnormal.
  • Progress notes may pertain to laboratory studies, radiology studies, interventions, and medications.

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34. CTS
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Here's how CTS is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Demonstrated thorough knowledge of pharmaceutical products and competitors products to further educate my targeted providers.
  • Verified patient profile, including address, phone numbers, and emergency contacts were up to date.
  • Interpreted labs, x-rays, CTs, MRIs, and ECGs.

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35. Assurance
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36. Bcps
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37. Physician Oversight
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38. CHF
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39. Admission Orders
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40. Alcs
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41. Hospital Staff
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42. Appropriate History
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Here's how Appropriate History is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Performed appropriate history and physical examination to a diverse caseload of patients and ordered appropriate diagnostic lab work and studies.
  • Performed appropriate history and physical exam on patients, formulated differential diagnosis and management plans.

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43. High Volume
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44. Medical Education
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45. Charge Nurse
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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Engage Unit Secretary or Charge Nurse to determine which patients to visit on the floor.

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46. Thorough History
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47. MRI
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Here's how MRI is used in Emergency Medicine Specialist jobs:
  • Ordered and interpreted labs, x-rays, CT's, MRI's and ultrasound.

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48. Blood Pressure
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49. Foreign Body Removal
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50. EMT
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20 Most Common Skills For An Emergency Medicine Specialist

Patient Care

25.4%

EKG

7.1%

Emergency Room

6.8%

IV

6.6%

Internal Medicine

6.5%

Treatment Plans

6.0%

Physician Orders

5.9%

Trauma

5.0%

Diagnostic Tests

4.6%

Exam Rooms

4.6%

Medical Records

4.5%

Acls

2.3%

CPR

2.3%

Laceration Repair

2.1%

Capillary Puncture

2.1%

Fast Track

1.9%

Acute Care

1.6%

ECG

1.6%

Tube Feedings

1.6%

Digital Blocks

1.5%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Emergency Medicine Specialist

Rank Skill
1 Patient Care 20.8%
2 EKG 5.8%
3 Emergency Room 5.5%
4 IV 5.4%
5 Internal Medicine 5.3%
6 Treatment Plans 4.9%
7 Physician Orders 4.8%
8 Trauma 4.1%
9 Diagnostic Tests 3.8%
10 Exam Rooms 3.8%
11 Medical Records 3.7%
12 Acls 1.8%
13 CPR 1.8%
14 Laceration Repair 1.7%
15 Capillary Puncture 1.7%
16 Fast Track 1.5%
17 Acute Care 1.3%
18 ECG 1.3%
19 Tube Feedings 1.3%
20 Digital Blocks 1.2%
21 Lab Equipment 1.1%
22 Critical Care 1.1%
23 Copd 1.0%
24 IM 0.9%
25 Physician Assistants 0.8%
26 Test Cases 0.8%
27 NG 0.7%
28 PA-C 0.7%
29 Epic 0.6%
30 Emergency Situations 0.6%
31 Laboratory Studies 0.6%
32 Radiographic Studies 0.6%
33 Radiology 0.5%
34 CTS 0.5%
35 Assurance 0.5%
36 Bcps 0.5%
37 Physician Oversight 0.5%
38 CHF 0.5%
39 Admission Orders 0.5%
40 Alcs 0.5%
41 Hospital Staff 0.5%
42 Appropriate History 0.4%
43 High Volume 0.4%
44 Medical Education 0.4%
45 Charge Nurse 0.4%
46 Thorough History 0.4%
47 MRI 0.4%
48 Blood Pressure 0.4%
49 Foreign Body Removal 0.4%
50 EMT 0.3%
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