Top Health Care Specialist Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Health Care Specialist. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Health Care Specialist resumes they appeared on. For example, 12.1% of Health Care Specialist resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Health Care Specialist actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Health Care Specialist resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Interacted regularly with physicians, corporate consultants, and independent medical consultants, thus assuring quality and consistency of patient care.
  • Maintained detailed administrative and procedural processes to improve accuracy and efficiency 2011-2014* Worked in patient care and treatment facilities.
  • Communicated effectively with diverse populations stateside and overseas; resulted in better patient care and faster healing time.
  • Constructed a medical facility providing patient care, ensuring field sanitation, and medical preparedness.
  • Documented patient care and placed appropriate information on paper chart and electronic record.
  • Administer emergency medical treatment; assist with outpatient/inpatient care under physician supervision.
  • Communicated professionally to diverse departments to insure constant satisfactory patient care.
  • Administered inpatient care to injured soldiers of Operation Iraqi/Enduring Freedom.
  • Participate in continuing education/training regarding respiratory patient care.
  • Documented patient care in hospital computer systems.
  • Assist with outpatient and inpatient care and treatment by obtaining patients history, chief complaints, medication history, health history.
  • Perform incumbent administrative duties related to counseling, payroll, quality assurance, patient care, treatment, and administrative functions.
  • Administered basic medical treatment; assisted with outpatient and inpatient care and treatment; interviewed patients and recorded their medical history.
  • Assisted with outpatient/inpatient care and treatment under the supervision of a physician or physician assistant to treat or prevent illnesses.
  • Charged with gathering, organizing, and documenting patient history to aid the provider with the overall patient care plan.
  • Performed a variety of tasks ranging from inventory management, emergency and routine patient care, to vehicle maintenance.
  • Presented approved treatment plans as directed by medical providers, scheduled and performed follow-up routine patient care and appointments.
  • Assisted Physicians, PA and RN team's in ensuring optimal patient care and smooth daily functioning of office.
  • Assist with outpatient care and treatment and supervise field and clinical medical facilities under the supervision of a physician.
  • Provided outstanding outpatient and inpatient care and treatment by remapping patient flow to reduce redundancy and treatment time.

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2. Emergency Care

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Here's how Emergency Care is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Established priorities for medical emergency care, stabilized patients and accompanied them to medical facilities.
  • Performed medical examinations, emergency care, immunizations, and assisted with treatment.
  • Managed every aspect of emergency care of personnel within area of responsibility.
  • Administer emergency care to battlefield casualties.
  • Educated soldiers on emergency care procedures.
  • Serve as primary emergency care provider, delivering first tier medical treatments for 12-40 employees in harsh and often dangerous environments.
  • Determined requirements for and administered emergency treatment; assisted with triage of mass casualties; performed duties related to emergency care.
  • Record vital signs including temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure; handle daily duties related to emergency care.
  • Provided Level 1 emergency care for over 400 US soldiers and 100 Iraqi National Guardsmen at base main aid station.
  • Provide care for acute and chronic illnesses to all patients in a clinical environment and maintain readiness for emergency care.
  • Trained and supervised junior medical personnel in order to facilitate routine and emergency care for over 100 assigned Soldiers.
  • Performed duties related to emergency care and emergency treatment in various environments including clinical, outdoors, or desert.
  • Document patient information, monitor vitals, provide different forms of medical care, and emergency care when needed.
  • Conducted treatment and emergency care to (NBC) Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical patients.
  • Worked routine sick call, preventive health duties, and emergency care for wounded soldiers.
  • Performed basic and emergency care at William Beaumont Army Medical Center.
  • Operated a Field Litter Ambulance and transported patients to emergency care.
  • Provide emergency care in the event of major illness/injury.
  • Teach classes on emergency care while in the field.
  • Assisted with triage and duties related to emergency care.

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3. Military Health Care

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Here's how Military Health Care is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Document patient medical information in Military health care database.
  • Facilitate evacuation of casualties from point of injury or illness through the continuum of military health care.

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4. Routine Medical Treatment

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Here's how Routine Medical Treatment is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Administered emergency and routine medical treatment to casualties, including minor surgery and IV fluid administration.
  • Administer emergency and routine medical treatment.
  • Provided emergency and routine medical treatment under the supervision of a medical provider in a variety of clinical and field settings.
  • Supervised and administered emergency and routine medical treatment to the acute or chronic injured or ill Soldier member.
  • Administer emergency and routine medical treatment to patients; assist with outpatient care and treatment.
  • Provided emergency and routine medical treatment such as IV fluid administration.

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5. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Administered computer operations such as medical record processing and updating/maintenance of medical records on several computer platforms.
  • Maintain 70+ soldiers' medical records, ensuring complete documentation, accuracy of information and confidentiality.
  • Employed Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application software to maintain over 500 military electronic medical records.
  • Organized 400 patient medical records, inputted patient's health information into medical computer systems
  • Managed unit medical records inputting all data from visits into soldiers electronic medical records.
  • Reviewed medical records for completeness, accuracy, and compliance with military regulations.
  • Reviewed medical records and took all actions necessary to expedite benefit approval.
  • Collected and entered pertinent patient medical records in medical data entry system.
  • Monitored patient medical records computer system to identify and organize immunization scheduling.
  • Scheduled patient appointments and ensured accurate data entry in their medical records.
  • Handled medical records of all soldiers and administered vaccinations when needed.
  • Screened medical records for derogatory information for the lead Physician Assistant.
  • Retrieve patient medical records through various electronic medical record software.
  • Manage electronic medical records and update multiple databases as necessary.
  • Used medical terminology to accurately code and document medical records.
  • Assisted physicians during surgeries and prepared and updated medical records.
  • Recorded vital signs and medical histories/encounter in patient medical records.
  • Recorded appropriate information in electronic and paper medical records.
  • Obtained medical records and forms needed for medical documentation.
  • Maintained medical records by updating them with procedures performed.

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6. Clinical Files Up-To-Date

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Here's how Clinical Files Up-To-Date is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Trained at keeping health records and clinical files up-to-date and reviewing with the medical team, which includes physicians and nurses.
  • Interviewed patients, recorded medical histories, kept records and clinical files up-to-date using various manual and electronic means.
  • Keep health records and clinical files up-to-date.
  • Keep health records and clinical files up-to-date; Administer shots/vaccines and medicines as needed.
  • Keep health records and clinical files up-to-date using EMR software.
  • Keep health records and clinical files up-to-date.

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7. Medical Care

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Here's how Medical Care is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Trained personnel and conducts precautionary meetings to ensure personnel are aware of procedures for emergency medical care and health education programs.
  • Supervised outpatient facilities and junior level employees in establishing priorities for emergency medical care and accompaniment to medical facilities.
  • Controlled organizational level acute medical care for over 500 military personnel, on average treating 3-4 military personnel daily.
  • Inspired confidence and improved morale by sharing medical expertise and by demonstrating the exceptional application of medical care.
  • Responded to emergency calls, and provided medical care to injured military personnel and civilians.
  • Provided initial emergency medical care, evacuation, and supervision to other soldiers with medical.
  • Administered initial unsupervised medical care for illnesses and injuries in a military school environment.
  • Documented metrics for emergency medical care including reports on survey results and casualties.
  • Administered and supervised emergency and routine medical care, including immunizations and medications.
  • Evacuate injured soldiers to the nearest medical facility while providing limited medical care.
  • Provided emergency medical care and transport to active military personnel and civilians.
  • Performed daily medical care for sick and injured soldiers and their beneficiaries/dependents.
  • Provided comprehensive level II medical care in support of worldwide contingency operations.
  • Provide medical care during military operations at company and battalion level.
  • Provided routine and non-routine medical care in emergency and non-emergency situations.
  • Provided initial emergency medical care and to wounded soldiers.
  • Provided general medical care and treatment to detainee population.
  • Aided medical officers in technical procedures of medical care.
  • Developed and implemented individualized medical care plans for patients.
  • Trained in providing emergency medical care to battlefield casualties.

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8. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Obtained information such as vital signs, patient history information, and symptoms or injuries the patient was being seen for.
  • Monitored vital signs, such as blood pressure and pulse as well as reading and recording temperature, pulse and respiration.
  • Interview patients, measure vital signs, including weight, blood pressure, pulse, temperature, and document all information.
  • Assisted in taking patients' vital signs, wound care dressings, collecting and preparing specimens for analysis in clinic operations.
  • Record and report vital signs, track patient changes, and determine appropriate actions to ensure patients health.
  • Performed heath care related task, such as monitoring vital signs and medication under direction of physician.
  • Obtained patient health history, vital signs, preparing and administering medications prescribed by a medical provider.
  • Recorded medical history or data, took vital signs, and set up patient care equipment.
  • Performed vital signs on patients, to include blood pressures, heart rates, and temperatures.
  • Prepared examination areas, escorting patients to the examination area and checking patient's vital signs.
  • Take and record patients vital signs, such as temperature, pulse, and blood pressure.
  • Screened, gathered vital signs, in processed and out processed patients on a daily basis.
  • Recorded patient vital signs and performed patient assessments to determine patient and/or infant state of health.
  • Interviewed patients to obtain medical information, weight, and height measurements and vital signs.
  • Monitored patients' vital signs, including temperature, pulse, and blood pressure.
  • Administered immunizations, collected blood samples, took vital signs, and screened patients.
  • Obtain vital signs, provide wound care, and give immunizations to soldiers.
  • Collect fluid samples, take vital signs, and provide assistance to providers.
  • Measure vital signs and accurately record them on the patient's log note.
  • Take vital signs and report any abnormalities to the physician on duty.

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9. Drawing Blood

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Here's how Drawing Blood is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Assisted in administering medications, shots and drawing blood to be sent to the lab for testing.
  • Prepare patients for examination, drawing blood, and administer medications.
  • Trained and proficient on drawing blood samples and administration of many different immunizations.
  • Prepare patients for examination, drawing blood for laboratory analysis, administering IV fluids and documenting trauma room operations and outcomes.
  • Worked in Navy Hospital and acquired skills for drawing blood, assisting patients and physicians on ward and in clinic.
  • Obtained medical histories, prepared patients for examination, drawing blood, and administering medications as directed by physician.

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10. Health Records

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Here's how Health Records is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Coordinated and maintained electronic and handwritten paperwork regarding health records and medication requests resulting in no errors.
  • Maintained all patient health records with accuracy and confidentiality.
  • Maintained health records and administered immunizations.
  • Record and/or update clinical and electronic medical health records to include diagnosis, care plan, and discharge instructions.
  • Maintained health records and clinical files for the Battalion and Division level, ranging from 600 to 30,000 patients.
  • Developed and launched an improved system of filing and maintaining health records and clinical files for over 700 personnel.
  • Document and comply with state mandatory health records of students to be compliant with immunizations and physicals.
  • Maintain over 600 health records and confidential clinical files documenting treatment in the Army Medical Database.
  • Trusted for over 1000s of patients health records, which were filed and organized respectfully.
  • Conducted STD checks Maintained health records of a Battalion size element approx 700 soldiers.
  • Organized, maintained, retrieved, and reviewed 800 automated personnel health records.
  • Maintained clinical files and health records of 1500 soldiers in the unit.
  • Managed health records and clinical files to maintain document control.
  • Maintained health records and assured clinical files were up-to-date.
  • Keep health records and clinical files up to date.
  • Maintained health records and kept files current and orderly.
  • Organized, maintained and reviewed medical health records.
  • Maintain health records and clinical files.
  • Keep patient health records up-to-date.
  • Maintained confidentiality health records and clinical files Surveyed, sorted, and treated casualties in multiple mass casualty incidents.

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11. Triage

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Here's how Triage is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Conducted patient assessment training, safety briefings and simulator training procedures on required triage equipment to students prior to simulator operation.
  • Provided nursing care of patients including medical examinations, administering immunizations, and assisting with triage of mass casualties.
  • Assessed patient history, vital signs, and pertinent data for intake and appropriate triage for a Battalion Medical Treatment Facility.
  • Provide direct nursing support during patient Triage process to ensure high acuity patients are engaged in care quickly and efficiently.
  • Assisted doctors and PA in the hospital to take care of patients including screening, triage, and providing treatment.
  • Assisted in a numerous amount of Field Training Exercises, and served as a treatment medic and aided in triage.
  • Executed training in Fort Polk Louisiana for one month, practicing triage, mass casualty scenarios and trauma scenarios.
  • Mentored and trained five junior health care specialists on patient care, communication skills, and triage procedures.
  • Lead medic directing and organizing triage of mass casualties in the event of a mass casualty attack.
  • Managed different levels of Patient care such as screening, blood draw, immunizations and triage.
  • Performed On-call duties, triage, and sick call duties for patients confined to the facility.
  • Administered emergency patient care and treatment in the field and provided triage of mass casualties.
  • Served as Medical Receptionist, took vital signs, and preformed triage of patients.
  • Assist medical providers with patient triage, treatment, care, and administration.
  • Assisted with triage, transport, and care of ill or injured patients.
  • Determined requirements for emergency treatment by surveying and triage of casualties.
  • Trained in the triage of patients during Mass Casualty incident.
  • Verified patients for treatment and assigned priorities (triage).
  • Worked in team setting in triage and treatment daily.
  • Performed as a pediatric and OB/GYN triage medic.

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12. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Interviewed patients and recorded their medical histories; took patients' temperature, pulse, and blood pressure.
  • Organize and oversee health screenings, such as flu, mammography, blood pressure, and cholesterol screenings.
  • Measure and record height, weight, blood pressure, temperature and pulse rate.
  • Perform blood draw, vitals and blood pressure, and lab work.
  • Take and record temperature, pulse, respiration, and blood pressure.
  • Monitored blood pressure and other physical conditions, as required.
  • Administer injections and check blood pressure.
  • Obtain, interpret, and document temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate, pulse oximetry, and blood pressure.
  • Assist with inpatient and outpatient care and treatment by taking patients temperature, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Completed clinical rotations in Geriatric Took and recorded patient's temperature, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Take patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure; Draw blood samples for laboratory analysis.
  • Provide pts with health information such as diabetes, cholesterol, and high blood pressure.
  • Take patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure.

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13. Medical Equipment

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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Cost Controls/Effectiveness- Dramatically improved patient care by upgrading 45% of highly used medical equipment to ensure patient safety and comfort.
  • Developed and implemented a highly efficient and accurate system of cataloging, tracking and maintain medical equipment spread throughout Afghanistan.
  • Facilitated prior authorization, procurement and home delivery of durable medical equipment for beneficiaries utilizing contracted physicians.
  • Assisted during monthly inventories of medical equipment by developing diagrams of storage and accountability of servicing equipment.
  • Assigned responsibility for inventory and upkeep of multiple thousands of dollars of medical equipment.
  • Supervised maintenance and readiness of military medical evacuation vehicle and medical equipment and supplies.
  • Maintained medical and non-medical equipment including vehicles, generators, and power supply equipment.
  • Inspected and performed basic operator preventative maintenance and checks on medical equipment weekly.
  • Maintained complete accountability for medical equipment and medication valued at $10K+.
  • Maintained complete accountability during redeployment of all sensitive items and medical equipment.
  • Maintained sterility of medical equipment using autoclave and chemical cleaning preparations.
  • Supervised the organization of properly storing each piece of medical equipment.
  • Maintained vehicles, communication equipment and medical equipment supply management.
  • Maintained controlled inventory of all medical equipment and medications assigned.
  • Maintained and prepared medical equipment for rapid deployments overseas.
  • Conduct regular maintenance and retain accountability of medical equipment.
  • Maintain medical equipment to ensure readiness for deployment.
  • Conducted regular maintenance of medical equipment and vehicles.
  • Tracked Inventory and ordered medical equipment and medicine.
  • Operated and maintained emergency medical equipment.

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14. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Plan, coordinate and supervise recreation activities and outings for residents, providing supervision as required and arranging necessary transportation.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal for emergency treatment given to critically injured service member during a unit airborne operation training exercise.
  • Develop comprehensive treatment plans for individuals with physical ailments or illness to maintain functional independence within their home setting.
  • Analyze operational and administrative systems throughout the facility and develop integrated reports used to evaluate operational/administrative effectiveness and efficiency.
  • Communicated and collaborated with preceptor nurses, recorded notable changes and reported emerging issues whilst maintaining privacy and confidentiality.
  • Analyzed industry trends and articulated nationwide proposals to improve health-care access, delivery and quality of care.
  • Assessed, developed and implemented individualized teaching and care plan for families of medically fragile children.
  • Experienced instructor, confident public speaker; communicates concisely and effectively through a variety of mediums.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal for job technical and tactical knowledge during unit non conventional warfare exercise.
  • Drafted time-sensitive commentary in reaction to political, social and economic factors shaping health-care reform.
  • Soldier Readiness input and organization supervisor for 3000 personnel belonging to a diversity of units.
  • Facilitated establishment of constructive relationships between tenants and housing management, and among tenants.
  • Prepare documentation to facilitate assistance from other departments & effectively communicate with other departments.
  • Supervised clinical activities and responsible for serviceability of assigned equipment in area of responsibility.
  • Recognized restless and apprehensive patients and took appropriate action in communication with professional personnel.
  • Certificate of Achievement - Created safety measures towards assisting Explosive Ordinance Disposal Teams.
  • Maintained positive control of narcotics and provided training to medics on proper distribution.
  • Demonstrated the ability to manage critical and time sensitive tasks simultaneously without supervision.
  • Administered immunizations and started intravenous infusions (IV) under challenging field conditions.
  • Established and created several standard operating procedures, successfully trained multinational representatives.

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15. Laboratory Analysis

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Here's how Laboratory Analysis is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Prepared blood and urine samples for laboratory analysis and administered shots and medications to patients.
  • Prepare blood samples for laboratory analysis and administer medications.
  • Prepared and collected biological samples for laboratory analysis.
  • Prepare blood samples for laboratory analysis.
  • Blood sample/specimen collection for laboratory analysis.
  • Prepared blood samples for laboratory analysis, patient and operating rooms, equipment and supplies for surgical procedures.
  • Prepare blood samples for laboratory analysis, glucose screening, rapid strep swabs and visual acuity.
  • Qualified to draw blood samples and prepare them for laboratory analysis.
  • Draw blood samples and prepare the samples for laboratory analysis.
  • Collected and prepared patients' blood via venipuncture and urine samples for laboratory analysis.

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16. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Provided customer service via telephone to medical professionals by scheduling continuing education conferences and scheduling home care visits for clients.
  • State public programs health plan specialist accustomed to providing transportation and quality customer service inquires.
  • Received bonuses and awards on regular basis for providing excellent customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service and problem resolution to the customers inquiries.
  • Ensured superior customer service by addressing customer concerns; demonstrating empathy and resolving problems on the spot.
  • Assisted clients get information about their benefits, submit claims, and give great customer service.
  • Provided customer service for clients and medical providers via phone, email, fax and mail.
  • Acted as a medical liaison and a customer service specialist in the health care industry.
  • Refer questions to Senior Customer Service Rep, Supervisor, or Case Manager as appropriate.
  • Emphasized professional image, communication, skills, and dedication to outstanding customer service.
  • Listened to 80+ agent calls monthly for quality assurance and customer service improvement.
  • Support customer services and collaborate with other staff, internal and external.
  • Excelled in customer service tailored to the individual client and their needs.
  • Take inbound customer service calls for Virginia Medicaid providers and members.
  • Mentor, train and coach new and current customer service employees.
  • Provide a high level of customer service in a competitive market.
  • Provide an exceptional level professionalism and customer service at all times.
  • Utilized exemplary customer service skills with both patients and family members.
  • Communicated with patients to provide adequate customer service and patient care.
  • Valet should exercise customer service as their top priority.

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17. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Completed and earned National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician Certification, as well as my CPR certification.
  • Maintain and EMT Basic and CPR/AED certification Provided medical support to live fire military exercises Conduct patient assessment and provided S.O.A.P.
  • Provided medication administration, CPR, First Aid, and OSHA blood borne pathogen training as needed for Head Start staff.
  • Handle performance of casualty movement, IV lines, CPR & AED, and other techniques during training under stressful conditions.
  • Participated in extensive field and physical training annually to maintain EMT license, CPR certificate, and Hearing Conservationist Certificate.
  • Completed 13 weeks of basic training and 19 weeks of advanced individual training for the position; EMT; CPR Certified
  • Trained and certified soldiers in CPR and first aid classes and achieved significant improvements in their productivity.
  • Trained and certified 18+ man platoon in Advanced First Aid(Combat Life Saver)/CPR/Water Survival.
  • Trained and supervised junior medics, instructing in CPR, first aid, and combat lifesaving procedures.
  • Perform basic life saving skills such as CPR, external defibrillators, and bag-valve mask resuscitators.
  • Qualified more than 75 personnel in CPR as the instructor for Basic Life Saver Course.
  • Certified in CPR and NREMT (National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians).
  • Conducted First Aid, CPR, and Combat Lifesaving training to Army personnel.
  • Maintain Basic EMS, CPR and AED, and Basic EMT certifications.
  • Trained and certified over 300 personnel on CPR and Combat Life Saver techniques
  • Certified in Basic Life Support - CPR and AED skills.
  • Provide CPR and advance life saving techniques to casualties.
  • Registered as and EMT and in CPR.
  • Initiate and perform CPR as necessary.
  • Provide first aid/CPR if needed.

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18. Medical Supplies

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Here's how Medical Supplies is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Managed ordering and distribution of medical supplies using spreadsheets to maintain proper inventory of all items received, ordered and distributed.
  • Conducted inventories and ordered medical supplies, resulting in maintaining a sufficient inventory relevant to the treatment population.
  • Established inventory/purchasing medication and medical supplies that gained accountability for thousands of dollars in equipment.
  • Coordinated packing of sensitive clinical medical supplies in order to establish mobile clinics.
  • Maintained accountability for medical supplies/equipment and regular supplies for a medical unit.
  • Managed the movement of medical supplies/equipment to support medical care in Afghanistan.
  • Manage and maintained medical supplies/ inventory for mission readiness.
  • Performed regularly scheduled inventory and restock of medical supplies.
  • Manage consistent inventory of medical supplies and equipment.
  • Classified and inventoried medical supplies and equipment.
  • Helped conduct multiple inventories and keep accountability for over $100,000 in medical supplies as well as over the counter/prescription medications.
  • Worked with village leadership giving medical supplies, food and water to the curious children of the villages we visited.
  • Followed the orders of my superiors without question, and organized and inventoried thousands of dollars worth of medical supplies.
  • Ordered medical supplies with a budget of $10,000 quarterly for treatment of patients and required training curriculum for students.
  • Ordered and stocked various medical supplies used in emergency vehicles as well as aid bags and clinic supplies.
  • Established an organized logistical system of receiving medical supplies to reduce shortages, setbacks, and time efficiency.
  • Inventoried and maintained 100% control of medication and medical supplies valued at over $800, 000.
  • Non-Commissioned Officer with leadership experience in Ambulance, land navigation training, and organization of medical supplies.
  • Recovered approximately $60,000 budgeted funds through reallocation and turn in of surplus or outdated Medical supplies.
  • Inspected the vehicle, medical supplies and equipment during down time to ensure consistent mission success.

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19. Emt-B

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Here's how Emt-B is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Facilitated in the successful certification of over 100 students in becoming nationally registered EMT-B, before deployment.
  • Performed duties within the scope of practice of an EMT-B for both clinical and combat casualty care.
  • Trained and certified as an EMT-b, also learning invasive procedures like shots and IV's.
  • Trained to the level of a paramedic civilian certified to EMT-Basic as well as CPR cert.
  • Registered EMT-B with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMTB licensed).
  • Received training in the medical field to receive my EMT-B provided by the Army.
  • Served as instructor for the US Army National Guard EMT-B transition course.
  • Worked as an Army medic proficient in CPR, EMT-B certified.
  • Instructed courses for certification on EMT-B and CPR/AED/PHTLS/Combat Medic Advanced Skills.
  • Job Responsibilities: Certified National Emergency Medical Technician (EMT-B).
  • Retain national and state certifications for EMT-Basic and CPR.
  • Obtained and maintaining a NREMT Certification as an EMT-B.
  • Certified EMT-Basic under the National Registry tests.
  • Received both CPR and NREMT-B qualifications.
  • Maintained BLS and EMT-B certification.
  • Certified as an EMT-B by the NREMT.
  • Certified EMT-B Maintained vital medical computer records.
  • Master and maintain basic soldier and leadership skills * Retain skills as a army combat medic * Maintain NREMT-Basic certification
  • Full Time) Completed and maintained EMT-B and CPR certification Completed and maintained HIPAA certification

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20. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Assist nursing staff with medication administration, immunizations, IV's, EKG's, and medical record keeping.
  • Operated medical equipment to include EKG machine, vital sign monitor, Automated External Defibrillator and suction machine.
  • Administered EKG's, immunizations and drew blood in the lab.
  • Operate EKG, interpret and evaluate results.
  • Skilled with use of a 10 lead EKG.
  • Operated equipment such as: electrocardiograms (EKGs), external defibrillators, and bag-valve mask resuscitators in advanced life-support environments.
  • Operate equipment, such as electrocardiograms (EKGs), external defibrillators, or bag valve mask resuscitators, in advanced.
  • Work with clinical duties, including; venipuncture, vitals, vision, computer input, immunization, and EKG.
  • Performed procedures and uses equipment as delegated by a licensed professional, including blood draws, suture application/removal and EKGs.
  • Operate equipment, such as electrocardiograms (EKGs), external defibrillators, in advanced life support environments.
  • Operated equipment, such as electrocardiograms (EKGs), and assisted provider with minor medical procedures
  • Operate x-ray, electrocardiogram (EKG), or other equipment to administer routine diagnostic tests.
  • Assisted in minor surgical procedures, basic trauma care, casting, and EKGs.
  • Maintained and operated equipment such as EKGs, bag-valve mask resuscitators, and defibrillators.
  • Treated soldiers using slings, EKG, CPR Nationally certified as an EMT-B
  • Conducted immunization, shots, phlebotomy, EKG's, I.V.
  • Performed procedures and uses equipment as delegated by a licensed professional,including blood draws, Foley catheter removal and EKGs.
  • Provided patients with education concerning treatment for their issues Utilized and performed EKGs on patients, read lab and x-ray results.
  • Initiated IVs, drew blood, EKGs, patient transfers, discharge teaching, wound debridement and patient safety/comfort.
  • Administer emergency medical treatment to patients, vitals signs, glucose test, INR, phlebotomy, and EKG

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21. Medical Treatment Facilities

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Here's how Medical Treatment Facilities is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Transported patients to medical treatment facilities.
  • Treated and evacuated patients with trauma injuries and medical illnesses to medical treatment facilities.
  • Coordinated evacuation plans to medical treatment facilities in order to maintain continuum of care.
  • Performed duties in multifunctional medical treatment facilities and participated in medical staff activities.
  • Spearheaded professional and technical organizational assessments of medical treatment facilities and other Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (BUMED) activities.
  • Facilitated medical exchange of patient information to the appropriate NMCP medical staff, medical treatment facilities and civilian hospitals.

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22. Medical Procedures

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Here's how Medical Procedures is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Administered advanced emergency medical care and routine medical procedures under the supervision of a Physician's assistant.
  • Created and implemented emergency medical procedures for a newly created Afghan unit.
  • Prepared dressings and bandages, assisting with their application following medical procedures.
  • Coordinated setup and assisted Health Care Providers with routine medical procedures.
  • Educate medical and non-medical personnel on medical procedures and techniques.
  • Trained personnel on emergency medical procedures and proper equipment maintenance.
  • Treat respiration issues either with medication or medical procedures.
  • Train individuals on proper medical procedures.
  • Assisted with outpatient and inpatient care and treatment by preparing equipment and assisting physicians with medical exams, and medical procedures.
  • Conducted classroom and hands on training on Combat Life Saving, CPR, and emergency medical procedures training over 150 personnel.
  • Conducted classroom and hands-on training on medical procedures and policies, and combat emergency medical procedures training over 1,000 personnel.
  • Utilized medical knowledge to conduct triage of a variety of patients to prioritize medical procedures and courses of action.
  • Conducted classes on combat first aid and other medical procedures to an organization of 100 non -medical personnel annually.
  • Developed and implanted training program and instructed more than 200 service members in emergency medical procedures.
  • Performed health assessments, wound care, and medical procedures in adherence to all protocols.
  • Assigned individual tasks to personnel, maintained supplies and order, and performed medical procedures.
  • Train other soldiers on medications, medical procedures, medical terminology and field treatment.
  • Provided education, training, and conducted emergency medical procedures instructed to 600 people.
  • Assisted Registered Nurses, Medical Doctors and Physician's Assistants with acute medical procedures.
  • Performed medical procedures (with physician oversight) that were scheduled for the day.

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23. Medical Readiness

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Here's how Medical Readiness is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Provided medical support for two major military operations which impacted the overall medical readiness of United States Forces Korea.
  • Integrate and support medical readiness and medical preventative measures for all personnel in the organization.
  • Maintained Soldier Medical Readiness for soldiers stationed in my battalion.
  • Scheduled and initiated medical readiness clinics.
  • Maintained the medical readiness and medical care of more than 165 Soldiers both deployed to Afghanistan and in the United States.
  • Administered yearly immunizations and vaccinations to over 800 soldiers to prevent illnesses while ensuring soldier s medical readiness at all times.
  • Conduct queries, enter necessary information into data fields and develop reports through the use of the Medical Readiness System.
  • Assisted senior leadership with medical readiness of over 80 employees by analyzing and preparing reports and maintaining personnel health records.
  • Helped maintain medical readiness, clinical and emergency medicine, for a unit of more than 200 service members.
  • Fort Carson, CO. 1-157th IN HHC Battalion S-1 Medical Readiness NCO and Combat Medic/Health Care Specialist.
  • Provide medical aid, maintain 100 percent medical readiness, and perform within specific guidelines and requirements.
  • Utilized Microsoft Excel and Word to track patient immunizations, necessary testing, and medical readiness status.
  • Maintained medical readiness for soldiers in the battalion by administering care, vaccinations, and medical education.
  • Assisted in mobilizing 15,000 personnel (500 daily) through medical readiness sites for overseas deployments.
  • Assigned as the senior medic responsible for the medical readiness of 110 soldiers preparing for deployment.
  • Organize and schedule mass appointments for medical readiness of over 800 soldiers about to deploy.
  • Analyzed the data being populated by Medical Readiness and presented it to the employees.
  • Managed medical readiness for 2000 service members in the Republic of South Korea.
  • Maintain personal medical readiness status to deploy at a moment's notice.
  • Created and maintained updated records of medical readiness for over 300 soldiers.

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24. Clinical Setting

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Here's how Clinical Setting is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Provided emergency medical treatment, limited primary care and evacuation in a wide variety of operational and clinical settings.
  • Supervised teams conducting emergency medical attention to patients in field and clinical settings under high-pressure situations.
  • Performed as medical assistant on procedures conducted in clinical setting.
  • Accessed and monitored 100 patients weekly in a clinical setting, to assist with the management and treatment of in/outpatient procedures.
  • Conducted medical screening for over 500 soldiers in an outpatient clinical setting prior to them seeing their Primary Care Physicians.
  • Observe, record, and report to physician the patient's condition or injury in a clinical setting.
  • Provided routine, superior out-patient care to sick and injured service members in a clinical setting.
  • Worked in clinical setting, taking vitals, up keeping medical record and administering Intra-Venous fluids.
  • Supervised up to two other medics in both clinical settings and during military training exercises.
  • Assess, triage and treat soldiers in the field and in a clinical setting 32.
  • Assisted with outpatient and inpatient care and treatment in both emergency and clinical setting.
  • Evaluated and treated injuries and illness both in and out of a clinical setting.
  • Worked with all ages and cultures in both emergency settings and clinical settings.
  • Worked in both field and clinical settings with fellow soldiers and their families.
  • Care of soldier and civilian patients, in both hospital and clinical settings.
  • Worked in a clinical setting and screened patients with various illnesses and injuries.
  • Administer medication, operate in a clinical setting, and treat wounded soldiers.
  • Administer health care to both soldiers and civilians in a clinical setting.
  • Perform duties in both the field and in a clinical setting.
  • Provided medical treatment in clinical setting under supervision of P.A.

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25. US Army

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Here's how US Army is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Assigned to Evans Army Community Hospital (EACH) located on the grounds of US Army base, Fort Carson.
  • Instructed hundreds of US Army soldiers in proper first aid and IV administration technique.
  • Provided medical care to retired and active duty military personnel in various Army facilities
  • Coordinated and directed a team of 16 to construct the US Army TEMPER tent.
  • Coordinated protocols for the development of vaccines used by the US Army Services.
  • Worked shift in a 24 hour US Army medical facility in Japan.

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26. Medal

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Here's how Medal is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Received two achievement medals for recognition in support services.
  • Received the Army Commendation Medal, the Good Conduct Ribbon, 2 Iraqi Campaign Medals, and an Overseas Ribbon.
  • Received Army Achievement Medal for ensuring soldier readiness, assisting in medic tasks, and maintaining documentation of records.
  • Provided excellent service that led to the award of the Army Achievement Medal for contributions to the organization
  • Received multiple awards, medals and coins in recognition of hard work and service.
  • Awarded the good Conduct medal for exemplary behavior, efficiency, and fidelity.
  • Awarded Army Commendation Medal for superior performance in liaison role.
  • Awarded Army Achievement Medal for accomplishments on the job.
  • Completed all initial entry and advanced individual training where I was awarded: Army Achievement Medal for Outstanding Meritorious Service
  • Received two Army Commendation Medals and Command Sergeant Majors "Excellence in Leadership" award.

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27. Emergency Treatment

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Here's how Emergency Treatment is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Communicated with professional medical personnel at emergency treatment facility to obtain instructions regarding further treatment.
  • Assisted professional medical personnel in emergency treatment administered at medical facility.
  • Administered emergency treatment in clinical and different field medical services locations.
  • Handled all emergency treatments with expertise and efficiency.
  • Administered Emergency treatment in remote training locations.
  • Provide emergency treatment to wounded soldiers at the point of injury and evacuate to the next higher echelon of care.
  • Provided primary patient care to more than 300 soldiers in my unit including emergency treatment during a deployment to Iraq.
  • Administered emergency treatment in the field routine outpatient medical treatment to battle and non- battle casualties.
  • Provided emergency treatment as well as regular first aid treatment in a field and deployed setting.
  • Administered emergency treatment in the field.
  • Determined requirements for and administered emergency treatment for injuries, wounds, cardiac arrest and anaphylactic shock.
  • Administer emergency treatment in the field; assist with outpatient and inpatient care; maintain health records and clinical files.
  • Conduct emergency treatment in the field and assists with outpatient and inpatient care.

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28. Medical Examinations

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Here's how Medical Examinations is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Conducted medical examinations collecting basic vital information, collected and prepared laboratory specimens for analysis.
  • Perform medical examinations, administer immunizations, and perform routine admission tests.
  • Assisted with nursing care of patients including medical examinations.
  • Perform daily medical examinations on each soldier attending Ranger School to ensure proper health to continue training.
  • Maintained health records and clinical files while assisting with nursing care of patients including medical examinations.
  • Assisted with nursing care of patients including medical examinations, procedures and range of motion tests.
  • Assist with nursing care of patients including: medical examinations/take and record pulse/respirations/blood pressure.

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29. Medical Support

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Here's how Medical Support is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Furnished exceptional medical support for military operations and effectively sustained the health of the fighting force.
  • Recognized numerous times for outstanding achievement and service for casualty care and medical support.
  • Provided ambulance and medical support for high risk military training operations.
  • Provide professional medical support to range operations enabling unit mission success.
  • Conducted operator level maintenance on medical vehicles and medical support equipment.
  • Coordinated medical support for advanced weapons training range operations.
  • Provided medical support to military personnel and Iraqi civilians.
  • Provide medical support to local infantry units Instruct health related courses to platoon Graduated Advanced Individualized Training with Dean s List Honors
  • Provided Medical Support to an Infantry battalion, Iraqi Army, and Iraqi Civil Defense Corps while deployed to Iraq.
  • Provided medical support for over 550 personnel to include daily acute care triage and annual flu vaccinations.
  • Provided medical support to a battalion of 700 Soldiers in addition to supporting outside units as necessary.
  • Traveled with and provided immediate emergency medical support to 25 personnel on over 28 missions.
  • Provided medical support to various units throughout the military and all over the world.
  • Provided medical support and coverage for Charlie Company during training missions and range operations.
  • Provided medical support to outside units at small scale events and sporting tournaments.
  • Team Lead: Platoon Element Medical Support for Tactical Operations and Field Movements.
  • Provided on site medical support for soldiers going through basic and advanced training.
  • Provide medical support to troops and civilians in clinical and field settings.
  • Provided medical support for two months to troops training for Iraq.
  • Provided medical support to United States Soldiers during four different deployments.

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30. Combat

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Here's how Combat is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Performed combat casualty care operations to include treatment of shrapnel injuries, environmental emergencies, and preventative medicine.
  • Assisted with preliminary medical examination and nursing care of patients in real and simulated combat/peacetime environments.
  • Administer emergency medical treatment to battlefield casualties in a high stress and/or combat environment.
  • Supervised and administered critical medical services to soldiers as senior medic during combat missions.
  • Provided emergency trauma care and initial treatment to military personnel in a combat environment.
  • Provide emergency medical care for traumatically injured casualties in a deployed combat zone.
  • Administered emergency medical treatment to casualties in training and during combat operations.
  • Perform advanced lifesaving skills in combat environment during various deployments in Iraqi.
  • Instructed and certified approximately 100 Soldiers in Tactical Combat Casualty Care.
  • Assisted instructing Combat Lifesaver Class for civilians and military personnel.
  • Maintained soldier immunization/vaccination updates to prevent illnesses in combat zone.
  • Instructed non-medical military personnel in basic combat lifesaving medical care.
  • Facilitated patient care in emergency and trauma combat situations.
  • Instructed non-medical soldiers on Tactical Combat Casualty Care.
  • Instructed combat lifesaver courses including IV certification.
  • Provided critical medical care in combat situations.
  • Treated patients in a combat environment
  • Provide emergency care in the field for combatants, including treatment for serious wounds, broken bones, and heat conditions.
  • Selected over peers to assist in leading a team of medical personnel in providing medical support in a simulated combat environment.
  • Served thirteen months in combat as part of a personal security detail(PSD) for the 3d Armor Cavalry Regiment.

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31. Medical Training

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Here's how Medical Training is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Planned and provided additional medical training to subordinates, peers, and superiors alike through coordination with outside organizations.
  • Performed and managed appointment scheduling, ordering of laboratory/radiology tests, physician consults and medical training.
  • Instructed annual medical training resulting in over 25 personnel maintaining credentials and certifications each year.
  • Developed, planed and conducted military and medical training activities.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on medical training.
  • Supervised and directed other soldiers with medical training.
  • Provided basic medical training to non-medical personnel.
  • Teach medical training to military personal.
  • Conducted medical training under stressful conditions.
  • Completed 17 week Advanced Individual Training for all medical training @ Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas.
  • Directed planning and scheduling, medical operations, vehicle maintenance, medical training, and medic instructor training programs.
  • Drive ambulance, provide medical training, enforce safety regulation, and construct risk management chart before training.
  • Designed and delivered series of medical training and records classes to local national medical providers in Iraq.
  • Prepared and provided preventative medical training and correspondence to both staff members and patients.
  • Coordinated and implemented all medical training prior to and during deployment.
  • Provided medical training for 300+ personnel to meet organization's standards.
  • Conduct medical training in patient care and assessment.
  • Provided medical training to soldiers.
  • Participated in monthly medical training Participated in a two week annual training Honorably discharged

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32. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Directed telephone calls to appropriate department of physician.
  • Direct Grants, Sick Leave Fund, incoming phone calls, logging appeals received either through email or paper.
  • Take and make phone calls* Help patients locate medication as needed* Assist patients with problems that may arise
  • Managed front desk; patient appointments, phone calls, labs status, and doctor follow up.
  • Received visitors, telephone calls, and relayed incoming calls and messages for the staff.
  • Answered phone calls and scheduled patient appointments as well as rescheduled appointments when needed.
  • Collect and resolve assigned bad debt accounts via outbound and inbound telephone calls.
  • Received phone calls from agents and resolved their issues regarding claims.
  • Handle phone calls from client's inquiring about billing concerns.
  • Responded quickly and courteously to phone calls and requests.
  • Answered and directed phone calls for various hospital clinics.
  • Answered inbound telephone calls from prospective and current customers.
  • Answer Phone calls, make copies and filing.
  • Answered multi-line office phones and distributed phone calls to proper areas or individuals.
  • Received inbound phone calls during the annual Medicare enrollment period for Aetna.

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33. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Assist with data entry of incoming specimens, and maintain an excellent quality rate.
  • Performed clerical duties, word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing.
  • Collected info from consumer for data entry and updates to applications.
  • Process claims, adjudication of claims, data entry
  • Performed billing accounts,data entry,answered all incoming calls.
  • Process order returns Inventory control Data entry Filling medical orders Shipping & receiving

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34. Medical Technician

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Here's how Medical Technician is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Followed standardized protocols in a hospital setting and policy under the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians.
  • Cross-trained a preventative medical specialist, and emergency medical technician in performing basic testing.
  • Performed Emergency Medical Technician duties daily.
  • Passed and selected to the National Registry Emergency Medical Technicians as a Nationally Registered EMT to perform medical services in all states
  • Trained at a minimum level and received an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) up-to-date certificate.
  • Completed 8 weeks of Emergency Medical Technician training, and 12 weeks of Medical Specialist training.
  • Supervised and trained 40 Medical Technicians in all phases of emergency medical treatment.
  • Maintained the standards set forth by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians.
  • Served on active duty as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).
  • Maintain skills of a Certified Emergency Medical Technician - basic.
  • Received training for Emergency Medical Technician license (EMT).
  • Provide medical technician support for over 45 soldiers.
  • Conducted over 200 hours of trauma related training to 30 Medical Technicians to facilitate medical proficiency sustainment.
  • Mentored 10 junior level soldiers for National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician recertification.
  • Served as Emergency Medical Technician section leader for a 14-bed worldwide far-forward deployable Surgical Team.

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35. Administrative Management

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Here's how Administrative Management is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Supervised field and clinical medical facilities; assisted with technical and administrative management of medical facilities under supervision of physician.
  • Supervised clinical medical facilities conducted technical and administrative management of medical treatment facilities independently during overseas operations.
  • Administered emergency treatment to battle and non-battle casualties; assisted with technical and administrative management of facilities.
  • Lead and directly influenced field and clinical medical facilities, while supporting technical and administrative management.
  • Assisted with technical and administrative management of company aid station under supervision of physician's assistant.
  • Provided administrative management of medical treatment facilities under supervision of a physician.
  • Assisted with technical and administrative management of medical treatment facility.
  • Assisted with technical and administrative management of medical treatment facilities under the supervision of physician, nurse or physician's assistant.
  • Assist in technical and administrative management of outpatient care under the supervision of Physician and Nursing staff.

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36. Treatment Procedures

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Here's how Treatment Procedures is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, and operated equipment in advanced life support environments.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as heart monitoring, during treatment in emergency room.
  • Explain treatment procedures to patients, caregivers and/or family members to gain cooperation and allay fears.
  • Observed more complex treatment procedures for training purposes.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures to sick or injured persons in pre-hospital settings.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures during an ambulance ride.

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37. Airway Management

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Here's how Airway Management is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures including immobilization, airway management, heart monitoring, wound treatments and medication administration.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as administering intravenous fluid and airway management or heart monitoring.
  • Perform emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as airway management, or heart monitoring, during ambulance ride.
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as stomach suction, airway management, and heart monitoring.
  • Key skills acquired: Patient Assessment, Medical and Trauma Management, Airway Management, OB/Pediatric Care
  • Performed emergency diagnostic and treatment procedures, such as airway management or vitals monit oring during an ambulance ride.

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38. Skin Dressings

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Here's how Skin Dressings is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Applied and removed surgical, wound, or skin dressings; collected and prepared specimens for analysis.
  • Recorded vital signs, applied and removed surgical, wound and skin dressings.
  • Applied and removed surgical wound and skin dressings including limb splints.
  • Applied and removed surgical wound and skin dressings.
  • Applied and removed surgical, wound, and skin dressings daily Set up and managed immunization clinics.
  • Provided assistance to the medical staff, pre-operative and post-operative Applied and remove surgical wound and skin dressings.

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39. Service Members

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Here's how Service Members is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Provided and documented various immunizations to ensure military readiness for Service Members in compliance with established Army Regulations.
  • Processed and instructed service members on preparation and submission of promotion packets.
  • Coordinated evacuation protocols for service members and families needing emergency care.
  • Administered immunizations and provided first aid for service members.
  • Maintained follow-up care and treatment charts for more than 200 service members and their families with greater than 97% accuracy.
  • Responsibilities*Conducted Joint Theater Operations, helping to provide continuous medical care for over 10,000 US Service Members and Coalition Personnel.
  • Provided on route care to service members to a Korean hospital that had an agreement to see U.S. soldiers.
  • Developed medical lesson plans and educational materials for Army, Air Force and Navy military Service Members.
  • Served as a Supervisor for junior enlisted service members in a deployment environment for one nine-month cycle.
  • Served as a medic in a clinic providing medical services to over 4,000 service members.
  • Interviewed and assisted with treatment of over 3000 sick or injured service members annually.
  • Administered emergency medical treatment to Service members and Dependents on the MTF.
  • Provided service members with immunizations required for deploying out of country.
  • Counseled and mentored service members; conducting briefings as needed.
  • Performed counseling, mentoring and supervising of service members.
  • Extricated trapped service members from vehicles during training events.
  • Worked with diverse population of service members.
  • Provided training to service members.
  • Served as an active member of the Interdisciplinary treatment team, responsible for providing emergency healthcare to military service members.
  • Supervised and enforced the healthcare standards and patient care while administrating medical care to service members and beneficiaries.

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40. Non-Battle Casualties

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Here's how Non-Battle Casualties is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Administered emergency and routine outpatient medical treatment for battle and non-battle casualties by performing emergency care.
  • Provided emergency/routine medical treatment to battle/non-battle casualties.
  • Administer emergency and routine medical treatment to battle and non-battle casualties.
  • Fort Carson, CO Administered emergency and routine medical treatment to battle and non-battle casualties in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.

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41. Sick Call

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Here's how Sick Call is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Carried out sick call operations and advanced trauma management, health screenings, immunizations and other medical service.
  • Assist the physician and physician assistant on duty with sick call and regular patient appointments.
  • Provide Clinical care for soldiers in garrison environment, screening patients at morning sick call.
  • Supported a platoon of 37 soldiers conducting sick call, range ops, and missions.
  • Order and inventory medical and office supplies needed for daily routines at Sick Call.
  • Tracked daily flow of patients during appointment and sick call hours.
  • Job Code: 68W Responsibilities include: Running morning sick call.
  • Documented and screened patients for sick call operations.
  • Conduct sick call for military facilities.
  • Supervised and ran "sick call" for soldiers assigned to the unit.

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42. Hipaa

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Here's how Hipaa is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Maintained patient privacy and confidential patient information in accordance with HIPAA.
  • Worked to update confidential patient records following HIPAA regulations.
  • Maintained a Secret Security Clearance and annual HIPAA Certification.
  • Followed all regulatory policies, procedures, and privacy and security standards in accordance with Governmental agencies to include HIPAA requirements.
  • Adhered to the standards set by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
  • Followed guidelines set for by the Joint Commission Organization, HIPAA, HEDIS, and Respect-MIL.
  • Maintained and preserved the utilization of medical health records as directed by HIPAA regulations.
  • Assured patient confidentiality is maintained according to the rules set forth in HIPAA.
  • Review requirements of Health Care laws/regulations (HIPAA and PPACA).
  • Manage and implemented Privacy components of the HIPAA Compliance Plan.
  • Studied and learned all HIPAA laws and compliance rules.
  • Handle members PHI while adhering to HIPAA standards.
  • Ensured HIPAA compliance and prepared for JCAHO reviews.
  • Ensured HIPAA compliance of clinic personnel.
  • Follow HIPAA and company guidelines.
  • Reviewed procedures for recordkeeping, soldier medical requirements, HIPAA standards, and implemented innovative design changes for administrative problems.
  • Maintain strictest confidentiality while adhering to all HIPAA guidelines and regulations.
  • Prepared for HIPAA and JCAHO reviews, ensuring required brochures and pamphlets were available to patients in all clinics.Ensured HIPAA compliance.
  • Provided highly visible, caring confidential, Hipaa compliant client service.

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43. Aid Treatment

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Here's how Aid Treatment is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Governed full assessment, administered life support, and provided first aid treatment to ill and injured persons.
  • Administered first aid treatment and life support service to sick or injured persons in emergent situations.
  • Supervised the teaching and practice of first aid treatments and skills
  • Provided first aid treatment to inmates and Iraqi police.
  • Administered first-aid treatment to sick or injured persons before and during transportation to medical facility..
  • Administered first aid treatment and life support care to sick or injured patients in pre -hospital settings.
  • Administer first aid treatment, phlebotomy.
  • Administer first aid treatment or life support care to sick or injured persons in prehospital settings.

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44. Military Personnel

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Here's how Military Personnel is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Case management in a surgical and deployment unit for incoming and outgoing military personnel.
  • Instructed military personnel in self-medication of prescribed pharmaceutical agents per doctor's orders.
  • Diagnosed, treated and provided follow-up medical assessments active duty military personnel.
  • Provided accurate daily status reports of military personnel.
  • Maintained medical and dental records for military personnel.
  • Administer emergency medical treatment to military personnel.
  • Screened and treated military personnel weekly for injuries and/or illness' resulting in a higher readiness status for the military.
  • Worked directly with Senior Military Personnel to assist with creating and maintaining reports, presentations, and spreadsheets.
  • Coordinate work with other emergency medical team members or police or fire department as well as Military personnel.
  • Cross trained with Bulgarian military personnel to provide insight on different ways of trauma treatment.
  • Point person for all incoming military personnel to C co 47th FSB.
  • Trained, counseled, and directly supervised 12 military personnel.
  • Planned and successfully conducted flu drives for 800 military personnel.
  • Instructed Basic Life Saving course to over 2,000 military personnel.
  • Train non-medical military personnel on basic managment of combat related trauma.
  • Facilitated first aid and IV-technique trainings for military personnel.
  • Lead instructor for biannual on base First Aid and Preventative Medicine for classes upwards of 100 military personnel.

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45. Common Diseases

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Here's how Common Diseases is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Administered immunizations and assisted with treatment of patients with common diseases.
  • Accessed and treated common diseases providing, Conducted and managed wound care in both in and outpatient settings.
  • Assisted with treatment of patients with common diseases.

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46. Basic Life Support

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Here's how Basic Life Support is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Certified Occupational Hearing Conservationist (CAOHC)National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT)Basic Life Support (BLS)
  • Recognize patient emergencies and intervenes using basic life support techniques.
  • Teach classes on basic life support procedures to non-medical personnel.
  • Provide basic life support and trauma care.
  • Worked the absence of medical professionals and healthcare providers and provided basic life support, monitoring and maintenance.
  • Received certification in Neonatal Resuscitation and Basic Life Support.

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47. Mass Casualties

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Here's how Mass Casualties is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Trained in mass casualties incidents response including natural disasters, accidents, and terrorist acts.
  • Managed soldiers in the medical/ambulance platoon in the field and conducted mass casualties mock trainings.

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48. Hippa

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Here's how Hippa is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Followed HIPPA policy and procedures pertaining to patient confidentiality.
  • Organized, maintained and managed over 550 health care records in compliance with HIPPA regulations.
  • Trained on the HIPPA privacy law: Extinguish the difference in authorizations and referrals.
  • Maintained strict patient and physician confidentiality and never had a HIPPA violation.
  • Maintain patient records and documentation in accordance with HIPPA regulation.
  • Gathered subjective patient information Documented subjective and objective data in medical record in accordance with HIPPA Standards.
  • Follow publications and data reviews for HIPPA compliance cases and Health Care Finance reform plans.
  • Remained aware and concientious of HIPPA and the rights and needs of the consumer.
  • Trained in healthcare administration, and patient care and advocacy Trained in HIPPA.
  • Uphold client guidelines and hippa regulations.
  • Help with financial application and state assistance health insurance Account manitience and maintaining security of personal information for HIPPA guidelines.
  • Assist members account verify hippa handle billing eligliblty enroll etc.

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49. Health Care

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Here's how Health Care is used in Health Care Specialist jobs:
  • Administered emergency medical treatment to battlefield casualties, assisted with outpatient physicians assistants and a Health Care Supervisor.
  • Planned and conducted health and safety related investigations of behavioral health service agencies and health care institutions
  • Developed and implemented innovative programs for territory managers to promote to increase health care sales.
  • Developed new standard operation policy for Health Care Specialist and Combat Lifesaver Courses.
  • Qualified to administer medications and vaccinations under Health Care Provider's supervision.
  • Administered medication as directed by health care provider and nursing personnel.
  • Provided operational and strategic planning consulting support for health care projects.
  • Reviewed health care authorization referrals in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Evaluated individual needs for rehabilitation / alternative health care.
  • Provided information to patients regarding Health Care Directives.
  • Maintained Various Clinics Health Care Records Supply Management Experience
  • SeasonalHelped members with questions regarding their health care
  • Coordinated and conducted plant health care department applications, spraying trees and shrubs for residential, commercial, and government properties.
  • Provided continuing educational credits (CEU's) to health care professionals by arranging educational seminars sponsored by Restaurant Food Supply.
  • Provide training for new employees using the Composite Health Care System (CHCS) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP).
  • Initiated the pioneering of the Home Health Care department at this particular store including the process of obtaining mandatory Medicare certification.
  • Logged patient information into Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA)/ Composite Health Care System (CHCS).
  • Constructed a training method for over 25 Health Care Professionals that was used in improving patient care effectiveness by 34%.
  • Participated in the exchange of information between off-going and on-coming shifts necessary to maintain the cohesion of all health care providers.
  • Served as a Health Care Specialist at the Hugo V. Mendoza Care Center which provided care to more than 21,000 soldiers.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Health Care Specialist

Patient Care16%
Emergency Care15.1%
Military Health Care10.3%
Routine Medical Treatment8.7%
Medical Records5%
Clinical Files Up-To-Date4.6%
Medical Care4.6%
Vital Signs3.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Health Care Specialist

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
12.1%
12.1%
2
2
Emergency Care
Emergency Care
11.4%
11.4%
3
3
Military Health Care
Military Health Care
7.8%
7.8%
4
4
Routine Medical Treatment
Routine Medical Treatment
6.6%
6.6%
5
5
Medical Records
Medical Records
3.8%
3.8%
6
6
Clinical Files Up-To-Date
Clinical Files Up-To-Date
3.5%
3.5%
7
7
Medical Care
Medical Care
3.4%
3.4%
8
8
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
2.8%
2.8%
9
9
Drawing Blood
Drawing Blood
2.7%
2.7%
10
10
Health Records
Health Records
2.5%
2.5%
11
11
Triage
Triage
2.4%
2.4%
12
12
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
2.3%
2.3%
13
13
Medical Equipment
Medical Equipment
2.2%
2.2%
14
14
IV
IV
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Laboratory Analysis
Laboratory Analysis
1.8%
1.8%
16
16
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.8%
1.8%
17
17
CPR
CPR
1.7%
1.7%
18
18
Medical Supplies
Medical Supplies
1.7%
1.7%
19
19
Emt-B
Emt-B
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
EKG
EKG
1.5%
1.5%
21
21
Medical Treatment Facilities
Medical Treatment Facilities
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Medical Procedures
Medical Procedures
1.4%
1.4%
23
23
Medical Readiness
Medical Readiness
1.3%
1.3%
24
24
Clinical Setting
Clinical Setting
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
US Army
US Army
1.2%
1.2%
26
26
Medal
Medal
1%
1%
27
27
Emergency Treatment
Emergency Treatment
1%
1%
28
28
Medical Examinations
Medical Examinations
1%
1%
29
29
Medical Support
Medical Support
1%
1%
30
30
Combat
Combat
0.9%
0.9%
31
31
Medical Training
Medical Training
0.9%
0.9%
32
32
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.9%
0.9%
33
33
Data Entry
Data Entry
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Medical Technician
Medical Technician
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
Administrative Management
Administrative Management
0.8%
0.8%
36
36
Treatment Procedures
Treatment Procedures
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Airway Management
Airway Management
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Skin Dressings
Skin Dressings
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
Service Members
Service Members
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Non-Battle Casualties
Non-Battle Casualties
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Sick Call
Sick Call
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
Hipaa
Hipaa
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Aid Treatment
Aid Treatment
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Military Personnel
Military Personnel
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
Common Diseases
Common Diseases
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
Basic Life Support
Basic Life Support
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
Mass Casualties
Mass Casualties
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
Hippa
Hippa
0.6%
0.6%
49
49
Health Care
Health Care
0.6%
0.6%

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