Top Physician Assistant Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Physician Assistant. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Physician Assistant resumes they appeared on. For example, 16.9% of Physician Assistant resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Physician Assistant actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Physician Assistant 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 Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Developed family medical home model successfully incorporating routine annual exams while incorporating daily open appointments for urgent care/walk-in patient care needs.
  • Collaborated in conjunction with respiratory therapists, occupational therapists, physical therapist physicians, physician assistants for comprehensive patient care.
  • Received Duke University Medical Center Kudos award for excellence in patient care based upon patient comments and evaluations.
  • Functioned independently as a PA, delivering high-quality and cost-effective patient care to ethnically diverse population.
  • Developed and implemented new strategies for patient care with current, evidence-based medicine practice guidelines.
  • Collaborated with specialists through formal and informal consultations in order to assure optimal patient care.
  • Review and discuss patient care with supervisory physicians and/or other health professionals when appropriate.
  • Obtained direct patient care experience as a physician assistant in an outpatient cardiac surgery setting
  • Administered excellent direct patient care for inpatients and outpatients on the Neurosurgery Service.
  • Make patient care suggestions by understanding and educating other practitioners on specific equipment.
  • Supported pacemaker clinic and collaborated closely with physicians regarding patient care management.
  • Protected confidentiality of all information related to patient care and EMS operations.
  • Work collaboratively with physicians and medical staff to achieve excellent patient care.
  • Trusted to provide autonomous clinical assessment and patient care management.
  • Coordinate patient care with attending Cardiologists and referring physicians.
  • Organized and lead medical evidence-based patient care conferences.
  • Coordinate patient care with other medical professionals.
  • Post operative medical and orthopedic inpatient care.
  • Considered non-clinical issues relevant to patient care.
  • Coordinate patient care of hospitalized patients.

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2. Surgical Procedures

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Here's how Surgical Procedures is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Performed minor surgical procedures, sutured lacerations and treated injuries including sprains, dislocations and non displaced fractures.
  • Collaborated with attending physician on decision- making for surgical interventions and explained complex surgical procedures to patients.
  • Assist physicians during diagnostic, therapeutic and/or minor surgical procedures by preparing necessary supplies & equipment.
  • Performed variety of office-based surgical procedures including suturing, cyst removal, CO2 skin lesion removal.
  • Covered Urgent Care facility, treating urgent conditions and performing minor emergency surgical procedures.
  • Performed simple in-office surgical procedures such as laceration repair and skin excisions.
  • Assisted in orthopedic surgical procedures as directed by the orthopedic surgeon.
  • Reviewed patient charts, evaluated for surgical procedures and hospital admissions.
  • Performed minor surgical procedures, order and review labs/diagnostics as appropriate.
  • Performed medical examinations, minor surgical procedures, and laboratory interpretations.
  • Assisted with excision closures and other surgical and nonsurgical procedures.
  • Perform minor surgical procedures including suturing and incision and drainage.
  • Educated patients and families regarding anesthesia associated with surgical procedures.
  • Obtained medical histories and provided patient education regarding surgical procedures.
  • Evaluated and treated patients and performed minor surgical procedures.
  • Assisted with robotic surgical procedures in various gynecological procedures.
  • Observed physician assistant during surgical procedures and patient appointments
  • Performed and assisted with medical and surgical procedures.
  • Performed complete physical examination and minor surgical procedures.
  • Performed minor surgical procedures and sutured numerous lacerations.

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3. Internal Medicine

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Here's how Internal Medicine is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Practice medicine alongside Board Certified Internal Medicine and Family Medicine Physicians to 11,000 active duty service member beneficiaries at the Pentagon.
  • Performed all preoperative history and physical examinations as well as cardiac and internal medicine clearance consultations for all surgical patients.
  • Worked autonomously caring for patients ranging from young adults to geriatrics, treating acute and chronic conditions in general/internal medicine
  • Formulated individual treatment programs including referrals to specialty areas such as cardiology, endocrinology, internal medicine and orthopedics.
  • Instruct PGY-2 internal medicine residents, physician assistant and nurse practitioner students during their emergency medicine clinical rotations.
  • Assist physicians with all areas of hospital based Internal medicine service Professional Organizations, Awards, Certifications
  • Performed evaluation and management and comprehensive physical examinations of adult patients in an Internal Medicine office.
  • Elicited medical histories and performed comprehensive assessments of patients admitted to internal medicine and psychiatric services.
  • General Internal Medicine practice with primary focus on chronic diabetes management primarily in Hispanic adults.
  • Worked with an Internist and another Physician Assistant in a busy Internal Medicine/FamilyPractice.
  • Collaborated with internal medicine physicians to manage patients in outpatient and inpatient departments.
  • Collaborate with physicians to provide primary care in an integrated internal medicine clinic.
  • Mentored medical students and physician assistant students during their Internal Medicine rotations.
  • Provided outpatient internal medicine care to geriatric population at nursing rehabilitation facilities.
  • Examined approximately 25 patients daily at a two doctor internal medicine practice.
  • Assessed and treated internal medicine patients under direct and remote physician supervision
  • Provided outpatient care for general internal medicine patients as needed.
  • Key Responsibilities: Provided Internal Medicine services to adult populations.
  • Provided bi-monthly lecture series for pediatric and internal medicine residents.
  • Practiced in a hospital affiliated family medicine/internal medicine office.

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4. Emergency Room

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Here's how Emergency Room is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Communicated with emergency rooms Physicians regarding our patients who are transferred and facilitated their care by providing appropriate history and records.
  • Worked alongside urology residents and attending physicians to care for urology inpatients as well as in-house and emergency room consultations.
  • Collaborate with supervising physicians and attending physicians to manage patient care within the emergency room and admission process.
  • Provide consultation for primary care providers, emergency room physicians and other professional and supportive personnel.
  • Accompanied emergency room physicians, physicians assistants and nurse practitioners to see emergency department patients.
  • Educated Emergency Room staff as well as my nursing staff in various orthopedic procedures/evaluations.
  • Worked both independently and under supervision of Emergency Room Physician team member.
  • Staff emergency department Physician Assistant covering multiple busy inner city emergency rooms.
  • Responded to, and independently managed, emergency room and in-patient orthopedic consults
  • Responded to and advised management for in-patient and emergency room consults.
  • Assessed and treated emergency room patients with necessary medical procedures.
  • Refer patients to emergency room and specialist when necessary
  • Verify insurance and collect emergency room co-payments.
  • Provide part-time Emergency Room attending coverage.
  • Provided occasional Emergency Room coverage.
  • Lead Physician Assistant in busy Level one Trauma center, Critical care and trauma experience, Credentialed in all Emergency Room procedures
  • Lead a team of Physicians, Physician Assistants, Nurse Practitioners, and Nurses on the care of emergency room patients.
  • Provided emergency medicine care to patients presenting to any of four emergency rooms in the Fort Wayne area and Marion.
  • Contract Emergency Medicine provider for Methodist Emergency Physicians Group, LLC in a fast paced, high-acuity emergency room.
  • Experienced in all aspects of adult emergency medicine in one of the highest volume emergency rooms in the country.

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5. Outpatient Clinic

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Here's how Outpatient Clinic is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Supervised 2nd and 3rd year family medicine residents during inpatient hospital admissions, residency-based outpatient clinics, and specialty procedure clinics.
  • Worked in outpatient clinic, participating in initial evaluation, medical history, physical examination, and longitudinal care.
  • Provide initial and follow-up evaluations of outpatients and inpatient designated by supervising physician in outpatient clinic and hospital inpatient.
  • Major duties: medical diagnosis and treatment of diverse obstetrical and gynecologic conditions in an outpatient clinical setting.
  • Perform and execute an outpatient clinic with scheduled and walk-in patients for initial evaluation and longitudinal care.
  • Worked in an outpatient clinic alongside a Neurosurgeon seeing patients for both preoperative and postoperative treatment.
  • Staffed outpatient clinic including new patient appointments, follow-up appointments and in-office ultrasound guided injections.
  • See patients in the endocrine outpatient clinic alongside attending endocrinologists and fellows.
  • Assisted with development and operation of outpatient clinic housed in assisted living facilities
  • Worked in outpatient clinic retrieving history and performing physical exams.
  • Practiced primary care/family medicine in a busy outpatient clinic.
  • Coordinate and evaluate post surgical complications via outpatient clinic.
  • Shadowed and assisted neurologists in an outpatient clinical setting.
  • Developed Neuro-Oncology outpatient clinic at Norris Cancer Institute.
  • See preoperative and postoperative patients in outpatient clinic.
  • Evaluated/treated general orthopedic patients in outpatient clinical setting.
  • Provide appropriate services in the SFMH Joint Center outpatient clinic within the scope of practice defined by a supervising physician agreement.
  • Provided primary care to patients from birth to age 23 in a semi-rural outpatient clinic under the direction of five supervising physicians
  • Provided primary care, urgent care medicine and disability exams to a panel of adult patients at an outpatient clinic,
  • Practiced both inpatient and outpatient clinical medicine at Reading Hospital, Saint Joseph's Hospital, and Community General Hospital.

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6. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Worked within a large community hospital based emergency medicine group performing physical examinations, developing differential diagnoses and creating treatment plans.
  • Designed treatment plans including writing of prescriptions, ordering of physical or psychological therapy, making appropriate referrals to specialists!
  • Provided comprehensive physical examinations and treatment plans across the lifespan for adolescent through geriatric patients in the clinical setting.
  • Performed histories and examinations, formulated differential diagnostic plans, ordered and interpreted test results and implemented treatment plans.
  • Performed focused patient exams, obtained histories, developed differential diagnoses, and developed individualized treatment plans.
  • Monitored daily progress of patients, interpreted laboratory/imaging findings, and completed assessment and treatment plans.
  • Determine appropriate diagnostic test, formulating treatment plans, and complete appropriate documentation of all evaluations.
  • Developed treatment plans in conjunction with attending physician to provide optimal patient medical management.
  • Provided psychiatric evaluations, treatment plans, ongoing psychiatric care and medication management.
  • Lead multidisciplinary team in development of comprehensive, person centered treatment plans.
  • Apply clinical reasoning to formulate differential diagnosis and development of treatment plans.
  • Performed history and physical examinations and developed appropriate treatment plans for patients.
  • Provide comprehensive assessment and treatment plans in conjunction with attending physician.
  • Provided personalized precision treatment plans to correct imbalances on body chemistry.
  • Introduced alternative therapies into treatment plans including yoga and hydrotherapy.
  • Assess and formulate appropriate treatment plans for neurological/pain management patients.
  • Direct patient interaction involving assessment, education and treatment plans.
  • Coordinated and implemented in-patient treatment plans with multiple specialty groups.
  • Develop and implement treatment plans, including prescribing medication.
  • Provided recommendations on treatment plans during daily orthopedic rounds.

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7. Surgery

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Here's how Surgery is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted and shadowed Physician Assistants in cardiovascular/thoracic surgery and dermatology for a total of 70 hours.
  • Provide Neurosurgery on call coverage, other responsibilities include, Post-Surgical Discharge summaries and dictations.
  • Prepared patients for surgery including preoperative education, positioning, and skin preparation.
  • Assisted physicians in Intensive Care Unit during surgery or complicated medical procedures.
  • General plastic surgery consults including wound management, postoperative patient concerns.
  • Position was primarily non-surgical, however surgery was performed when needed.
  • Assisted in sterile cardiovascular surgery maintaining aseptic technique throughout the procedure.
  • Created and managed physician assistant insurance billing program for surgery.
  • Anticipated/corrected post-operative problems resulting from co-morbid conditions and surgery stress.
  • Work closely with anesthesiologist to promote patient safety during surgery.
  • Performed General Medicine and Pediatric Consult, including minor surgery.
  • Referred patients for surgery and specialized care when necessary.
  • Assist Physician in outpatient surgery and other procedures necessary.
  • Provided post op surgical care following dialysis access surgery.
  • Established hair transplant surgery within Plastic Surgery practice.
  • Assisted physician during surgery and complicated medical procedures.
  • Prepared patients for surgery and conducted post-surgical care.
  • General Surgery- Primary PA for general surgery.
  • Perform duties in rehabilitation after hospital/surgery.
  • Prepare patients for surgery and hospitalization.

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8. Physical Exams

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Here's how Physical Exams is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Included taking histories and performing physical exams, providing anticipatory guidance and counseling patients and parents on developmental physical milestones.
  • Managed acute and chronic diseases, recognized acute/emergent medical needs, ordered appropriate medical diagnostic procedures and conducted physical exams
  • Provided coverage for inpatient unit and worked with physician assistant and nurse practitioners students teaching physical exams.
  • Performed complete patient history and physical exams for all patients requiring admission for observation and inpatient care.
  • Perform comprehensive and problem focused history and physical exams, interpret and correlate laboratory and diagnostic procedures.
  • Evaluated patients through histories, physical exams, appropriate laboratory and imaging evaluation and interpretation.
  • Perform history and physical exams on emergency department patients suffering from acute and chronic illness.
  • Recognized normal and abnormal findings in history and physical exams and order appropriate diagnostic test.
  • Obtain and perform preoperative histories and physical exams for patients undergoing procedures across above-mentioned services.
  • Performed physical exams, ordered, interpreted diagnostic tests and requested referrals when appropriate.
  • Performed history and physical exams and admission orders for Emergency Department and Direct Admissions.
  • Performed physical exams and collaborated to utilize appropriate diagnostic testing and create treatment plans.
  • Perform preoperative history and physical exams for surgical patients, and postoperative evaluation.
  • Performed complete neurological evaluation with thorough history taking and focused physical exams.
  • Obtained medical histories and performed physical exams in preparation for study procedure.
  • Provided comprehensive physical exams including gynecological exams for more than 2000 patients.
  • Obtained patient history and physical exams on patients with gastrointestinal conditions.
  • Performed complete physical exams on Geriatric Patients and performed minor surgical procedures
  • Performed history and physical exams for individuals entering methadone treatment program.
  • Performed physical exams and medical histories for life insurance applicants.

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9. Urgent Care

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Here's how Urgent Care is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Worked independently with full autonomy at six busy state-of-the-art primary/urgent care facilities located in both rural and urban areas.
  • Provided primary medical urgent care to active duty/retired military personnel and their dependents in a Family Medicine clinic setting.
  • Functioned totally independently as solo practitioner in a very busy Internal Medicine/urgent care facility seeing approximately 35-69 patients/day.
  • Provided acute/urgent care, stabilized and transported emergent cases, and performed minor procedures.
  • Practiced acute and urgent care medicine within Akron General Hospital's emergency department.
  • Provided outstanding primary and urgent care to inpatients at a psychiatric facility.
  • Examined and treated patients independently in an urgent care/walk-in clinic setting.
  • Specialized in acute/chronic primary care and urgent care medical health services.
  • Supported urgent care, internal medicine, dermatology and gynecology.
  • Functioned very autonomously in a busy Internal Medicine/Urgent care clinic.
  • Provided optimum services at several urgent care facilities.
  • Diagnosed and treated all internal medicine/urgent care complaints.
  • Rotated between urgent care and emergency department settings.
  • Provided pediatric emergency/urgent care and some adult emergency/urgent care
  • Worked in urgent care facility in Emergency Department
  • Contributed in continuing education in emergency/urgent care.
  • Take medical histories, examine patients and diagnose and treat common urgent care problems and provide patient education and discharge instructions.
  • Supported medical operations in accordance to TDCJ protocols in a primary/urgent care setting, fulfilling the role of Physician Assistant provider.
  • Evaluate and treat acute care conditions in a fast paced, high volume urgent care next to a busy emergency room.
  • Practiced as a Physician Assistant in an Urgent Care facility and assisted with diagnosis and management in an acute care setting.

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10. Primary Care Services

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Here's how Primary Care Services is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Credentialed physician assistant qualified to provide primary care services to patients within the community.
  • Provide clinical primary care services with a comprehensive Integrative approach.
  • Experience in Urgent care, Workmen's Comp., and Primary care services at 10 separately located clinics.
  • Provided primary care services to active duty and retired military personnel, dependents, and family members.
  • Provided primary care services for men, children, the uninsured, and non-English speaking patients.
  • Worked independently providing acute primary care services on a walk-in basis in a convenient care clinic.
  • Officer in Charge of health center primary care services for a patient population of over 41,000.
  • Sole provider at small VA community based outpatient clinic providing primary care services to veterans.
  • Provided all range of primary care services for patients in a long standing clinic.
  • Provided Primary Care Services and Diabetes Education for patients in 5 rural clinics.
  • Provided full scope of primary care services to patients of all ages.
  • Provided all ages urgent and primary care services as at prior clinic.
  • Provided primary care services to patients in the practice.
  • Provided primary care services to HIV positive patients.
  • Provide primary care services for non-musculoskeletal ailments for new and established patients.
  • Full Time)Primary care services as above, but without skilled nursing care.

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11. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Formulate a plan for appropriate treatment including ordering and interpretation of diagnostic tests, EKG interpretation and X - Ray interpretation.
  • Performed various procedures including EKG's, sutures, staples, x-rays and reductions of shoulders, hips and fingers.
  • Assisted Physician Assistant with MI/CVA and trauma patients (IV techniques, CPR, EKG, and emergency transports).
  • Prepare write-offs and error changes, take vital signs, EKG, prep patients, injections and patient scheduling.
  • Take H & P's, analyze laboratory data and interpret x-rays and EKG's for all age groups.
  • Identified complete heart block in patient and transported to hospital for pacemaker placement by evaluating symptoms and EKG.
  • Mentored medical students, physician assistants, nurses, employees, taught beginning EKG classes at Midwestern University.
  • Apply sutures, splints, EKG reading, x-ray readings and eye injuries to include foreign body removal.
  • Skilled in 12 lead EKG, ACLS protocol, ALS, and providing emergency care to unstable patients.
  • Collect patient history, formulate diagnoses, manage medication, interpret routine lab work, interpret EKG.
  • Determine abnormal conditions by administering diagnostic tests, such as X-rays, EKG, and laboratory studies.
  • Performed various clinical procedures like EKG, stress test, urine pregnancy test, PPD skin test.
  • Assisted internal medicine physicians and pediatric neurologists with histories and physicals as well as EKG's.
  • Witnessed the physician assistant perform stress tests, basic clinic appointments, EKG and Echo screening.
  • Assist the Physicians in handling patients for lab exam, EKG, and other physical exams.
  • Transcribe patient orders including laboratory tests, radiology tests, medications, EKG's, etc.
  • Review History and Physical Examinations, laboratory test results, EKG's and drug testing.
  • Perform history and physicals, well baby exams, suture removal and EKG's.
  • Order and interpret tests results, EKG's and X-rays, and other imaging.
  • Served as resource to other PA's for EKG and arrhythmia interpretation and treatment.

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12. Diagnostic Tests

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Here's how Diagnostic Tests is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Determined abnormal conditions by administering or ordering diagnostic tests such as x-rays, electrocardiograms and laboratory studies and interpreting test results.
  • Establish treatment and rehabilitation plans in consultation with Chiropractor, Rehabilitation Coordinator and Physician based on physical evaluation and diagnostic tests.
  • Performed history and physical examinations as well as ordered relevant diagnostic tests to evaluate various chronic/acute disease processes.
  • Order and interpret appropriate diagnostic tests including but not limited to laboratory, radiology, and electrocardiograms.
  • Formulated presumptive diagnoses, ordered and interpreted diagnostic tests and laboratory work, and obtained appropriate consults.
  • Conducted general patient examinations in order to ascertain patient condition; initiated and performed selected diagnostic tests.
  • Evaluated and treated patients for hematological disorders and followed up with proper diagnostic tests and procedures.
  • Ordered appropriate diagnostic tests, interpreted laboratory data and counseled patients on preventive health care.
  • Completed evaluations/diagnoses, administered treatments, prescribed medications, and ordered/reviewed diagnostic tests as needed.
  • Conducted History and Physical examinations, ordering and interpreting laboratory and diagnostic tests.
  • Interpret laboratory and diagnostic tests and formulate a treatment plan for orthopedic conditions.
  • Order and interpret diagnostic tests including x-rays, electrocardiograms and laboratory tests.
  • Performed & ordered diagnostic tests, interpreted results and developed appropriate diagnoses.
  • Obtained medical history, physical examination, order and evaluate diagnostic tests.
  • Administer and interpret necessary diagnostic tests, including x-rays and laboratory tests.
  • Ordered and interpreted laboratory, radiology and all other pertinent diagnostic tests.
  • Develop treatment plans, order appropriate diagnostic tests and non-psychiatric medications.
  • Analyze diagnostic tests and prescribe medications under supervision of physician.
  • Provide emergent patient care including ordering diagnostic tests and imaging.
  • Ordered and executed diagnostic tests to further investigate patient conditions.

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13. Family Practice

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Here's how Family Practice is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Sole provider at multiple different locations in Oahu in an urgent care/family practice/occupational medicine clinic setting.
  • Established family practice-like setting, especially for complications like diabetes, hypertension, and obesity.
  • Provided patient documentation for Physician in a Family Practice setting using computer software programs.
  • Practiced independently in a fast-paced, multidisciplinary family practice and busy urgent care.
  • Performed diagnostic and therapeutic services in a pediatric and family practice setting.
  • Managed acute and chronically ill family practice patients and treated occupational injuries.
  • Combined family practice and urgent care experience within the Pennsylvania prison system
  • Mentored by family practice physicians in aiding patients of developing communities.
  • Provided preventative and acute care in a family practice/rural clinic setting.
  • Position entailed working with family practice physicians in back office capacity.
  • Practice predominately family practice medicine in a walk-in clinic setting.
  • Provide excellent customer service in family practice medical office.
  • Provided medical care for growing Family Practice/Urgent Care Practice.
  • Practiced medicine autonomously in an Urgent Care/Family practice setting.
  • Provided medical care in a family practice environment.
  • Provide acute care in a family practice/internal medicine office
  • Solo practice specializing in General medicine and Family Practice
  • Volunteer position in a not-for-profit outpatient family practice.
  • Single coverage for walk-in family practice/urgent care.
  • Provide procedural instruction to Family Practice Residents.

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14. Trauma

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Here's how Trauma is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Looked after stabilization of patients in need of advanced cardiovascular or trauma life support before redirecting them for specialized medical treatment.
  • Provided rapid, initial diagnosis and therapeutic management of critically ill or injured patients in a Level I Trauma institution.
  • Performed rapid assessment of trauma patients, ordering and interpretation of appropriate diagnostic laboratory, radiology and cardiovascular tests.
  • Provided medical and surgical care to patients in inpatient and outpatient setting under supervision Of Orthopedic/Trauma and Reconstructive Surgeons.
  • Perform emergent limited ultrasounds evaluation of blunt trauma injuries acute abdomen presentations and first trimester pregnancies.
  • Level 1 50-bed military trauma center - Primary medical evacuation point for US military personnel leaving theater
  • Provided emergency trauma and medical care to patients presenting to the emergency department Performed minor surgical procedures
  • Experience included working primarily with adults with developmental disabilities and adults with traumatic brain injuries.
  • Consulted and admitted patients as well as transferred patients to trauma centers as medically necessitated.
  • Attended to minor emergency and trauma procedures in addition to General Medicine and Pediatric patients.
  • Provided primary medical care to Emergency Room patients including acute medical emergencies and trauma.
  • Participated in the management and stabilization of incoming trauma patients and managed post-operative care.
  • Communicated and arranged transfers with area trauma/medical centers for critical patients requiring definitive care.
  • Assisted in family/internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics/gynecology, orthopedics and minor trauma.
  • Provided assistance and performance during invasive procedures, traumatic and cardiopulmonary events.
  • Provided on-site trauma and orthopedic care during patrols and combat operations.
  • Provide treatment and stabilization of minor trauma and other therapeutic procedures.
  • Involved in emergency department meetings and trauma conference when indicated.
  • Specialized in identifying soldiers with Post Traumatic Stress Disorders.
  • Sutured lacerations and evaluated and treated minor blunt trauma.

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15. Medical Care

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Here's how Medical Care is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Assessed acuity of patients regarding outpatient treatment versus need for immediate inpatient medical care via emergency department or direct hospital admission.
  • Develop medical care plans under physician supervision, including implementing treatment plans and periodically assessing medical needs and responses to treatment.
  • Provide emergency care access and coordinated routine occupational related medical care to orthopedics, occupational and physical therapy as needed.
  • Staff PA serving a community-based clinic dedicated to providing medical care to patients regardless of income or insurance coverage status.
  • Observed emergency rotations, involving patient and professional interaction in various aspects of emergency medical care through an attending physician
  • Supervised Pediatric Residents and provided medical care to infants, children and adolescents presenting with non-life threatening illnesses.
  • Utilized in-house radiology and physical therapy services to offer comprehensive medical care for athletes and the general population.
  • Provided diagnostic and therapeutic medical care and services under physician supervision in Urgent Care and Occupational Medicine Clinic.
  • Performed routine and emergency medical care to a wide variety of patients assigned to the international diplomatic community.
  • Supervised medical in-processing and immunizations to all basic trainees and supervised medical care provided by medics and nursing aides
  • Provided routine medical care, ordered and interpreted laboratory and radiology results, and order prescription medications.
  • Provided complete medical care for pediatric patients in a community medical clinic designed for an indigent population.
  • Provided emergency and routine medical care to displaced families/victims in Louisiana with the Katrina Volunteer Relief Effort.
  • Provide emergency and urgent medical care to infantry battalion soldiers during monthly and annual training exercises.
  • Provided medical care for surrounding village inhabitants, including suturing, vaccine administration and pregnancy education
  • Provided care for both acute and chronic patients, establishing personalized and detail-oriented medical care.
  • Provided individualized medical care to large diabetic patient population within Washington DC's military community.
  • Provided gynecological and adult medical care, as well as geriatric oversight as necessary.
  • Position also included ordering medical supplies and equipment required for routine medical care.
  • Provided medical care to an established geriatric male population with complex medical histories.

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16. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Maintained and documented patient's medical records as well as accurately reported and recorded lab-values with follow-up of medical treatment.
  • Provided clinical assessment, ordered and interpreted diagnostic testing, recorded patient data in electronic medical records for EMC visits.
  • Performed physical examinations including orthopedic post-operative care; performed aspirations and injections of joints; and dictated medical records.
  • Eliminated production of unreliable electronic medical records by providing clinical consultation to IT administrator to design a new EMR.
  • Document appropriately in paper charting and using electronic medical records to assure proper record keeping and billing.
  • Back office duties including inventory control and circulation, prescription refills, and electronic medical records updating.
  • Assumed full responsibility for Medical records, labs and medications were reviewed surgical decisions including ER /trauma.
  • Prepared reports, reviewed medical records, attended case-conferences/team meetings to provide medical support and input.
  • Screen and schedule potential subjects through extensive review of medical records for determination of participant eligibility.
  • Utilized electronic medical records for patient documentation, quality control, and continuity of service.
  • Analyze and distinguish appropriate ICD9/CPT coding classifications for billing processing from patient medical records.
  • Researched available electronic medical records and billing systems and helped coordinate installation and adaptation.
  • Reviewed medical records, ordered diagnostic tests, and prescribed medications as indicated.
  • Documented progress notes and strengthened my ability to work with electronic medical records.
  • Maintained medical records according to company policies and expected standards of medical practice.
  • Performed medical records review and delivered patient education regarding correct use of medications.
  • Shadowed doctor in documentation of patient diagnoses and interpretation of medical records.
  • Contributed to the design and implementation of new electronic medical records system.
  • Completed Documentation for medical records including admission and discharge notes and orders.
  • Team collaboration for implementing the new outpatient EpicCare electronic medical records system.

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17. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Monitored vital signs and administered IV sedation during procedures; tracked patient condition during procedures and recovery period.
  • Ensured normal maintenance of patient vital signs and administered oral medications.
  • Administered prescribed medications and monitored vital signs.
  • Monitored patients' post-operative vital signs.
  • Completed 36 online modules that included medical terminology, EMR interpretation, how to take vital signs, and cardiopulmonary auscultation.
  • Record patients histories, medicines, reason for visit, take patients' vital signs, assist physician with any procedures.
  • Called in prescription refills, obtained vital signs, medication history, scheduled follow up appointments and managed check out area.
  • Worked one on one with physician adhering to the schedule, roomed patients, and obtained vital signs and urine dips.
  • Entered service as a medic conducting routine sick call, vital signs, field duty and providing first aid when indicated.
  • Interviewed more than 12 patients a day to obtain medical information, measured their vital signs, weight and height.
  • Observed duties of physician assistant and collaborated with patient assessment; assisted with taking patient medical history and vital signs.
  • Learned how to take vital signs and check patients in to the online system to be seen by the physicians.
  • Take and record vital signs including blood pressure, temperature, pulses, respiration, weights, heights, etc.
  • Helped to maintain strict client confidentiality along with taking and recording patients' vital signs for their medical record.
  • Set up examine rooms, take medical history and record vital signs, call in prescriptions to pharmacy.
  • Recorded daily Vital Signs; such, checking Blood Pressure, temperature, and Rate of oxygen consumption.
  • Implement post-operative care to patients coming out of surgery, including frequent assessments and monitoring of vital signs.
  • Record vital signs, such as temperature, blood pressure, pulse, and respiration rate.
  • Assessed and record patient history for office visit i.e., performed accurate and complete vital signs.
  • Record patient vital signs, alerting key personnel in the event of emergency or extreme fluctuation.

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18. Diagnostic Studies

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Here's how Diagnostic Studies is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • House Staff Physician Assistant responsible for emergent inpatient diagnosis, ordering and interpreting appropriate diagnostic studies initiating primary therapy.
  • Collected and reviewed medical histories, performed physical examinations, ordered and interpreted diagnostic studies.
  • Complete comprehensive history and physical examinations, order and interpret routine laboratory and diagnostic studies.
  • Completed initial evaluations and facilitated diagnostic studies for treatment of medical and surgical patients.
  • Provided treatment for various conditions in an occupational setting remote from advanced diagnostic studies.
  • Specialized education in audiology diagnostic studies, pathology, testing and treatment.
  • Analyze and interpret laboratory tests and diagnostic studies to determine accurate diagnoses.
  • Obtained and reviewed all pertinent daily laboratory and diagnostic studies.
  • Reviewed and interpreted diagnostic studies and laboratory results.
  • Make early rounds, evaluate patient health status, develop proper treatment plan, and interpret laboratory tests and diagnostic studies.
  • Collected medical history, performed physical exams, ordered and interpreted diagnostic studies, and is first assist on surgical cases.
  • Evaluate and treat follow up patients and consultations; initiate routine lab, radiology, and diagnostic studies as indicated.
  • Provided clinical services for patients, evaluated and treated patients in the clinic and ordered diagnostic studies and ordered labs.
  • Use of electronic medical charts for ordering and viewing diagnostic studies, prescriptions, consultations, and patient medical history
  • Bone marrow biopsies, skin punch biopsies, order appropriate diagnostic studies and laboratories, patient care follow up.
  • Ordered laboratory tests and diagnostic studies, discussed plans of care with private medical attending physicians and consultants.
  • Joint injections/aspirations x-ray, MRI, CT and Bone Scan interpretations with ordering further diagnostic studies if necessary.
  • Diagnosed, interpret diagnostic studies, treated and followed up pediatric patients while training with medical doctors
  • Experienced in implementing detailed treatment plans as well as Interpretation of diagnostic studies and laboratory tests.
  • Obtained histories that lead to the ordering and interpreting of appropriate diagnostic studies and x-rays.

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19. Pediatrics

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Here's how Pediatrics is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Obtained comprehensive medical histories & conducted extensive physical examinations in a broad patient population (pediatrics to geriatrics).
  • Serve general dermatological and internal medicine patients from pediatrics to adult populations.
  • Worked predominately in pediatrics, but also assisted with internal medicine.
  • Provided medical care in the emergency department and general pediatrics unit.
  • Experience in clinical pediatrics, general internal medicine and geriatrics.
  • Practiced Internal Medicine and Pediatrics office and hospital based
  • Provided fill-in coverage for Denver Pediatrics
  • Participate in a teamwork approach of outpatient treatment for multiple patient populations, including pediatrics, geriatrics and women's health.
  • Diagnose and treat 30-50 patients daily in urgent care setting, pediatrics to geriatrics, in 2 high volume suburban offices.
  • Evaluate, diagnose and set-up treatment plan under the supervising physician in an internal medicine clinic; no pediatrics patient seen.
  • Supervised residents and medical students rotating through pediatrics in newborn nursery, ER, inpatient units and in the outpatient clinic.
  • Provided acute/chronic care on an outpatient basis for adult, pediatrics, orthopedic, occupational medicine urgent care and minor trauma.
  • Provide acute patient care for pediatrics to elderly, URI's to abdominal pain, sprains, strains, lacerations.
  • Work in a fast-paced urgent care location at LAX, treating 40-50 patients per day ranging from pediatrics to adults.
  • Experience in internal medicine, geriatrics, psychiatric evaluation, pediatrics, and HIV patients through the Ryan White Program.
  • Shadowed many physicians including pediatrics, geriatrics, spine surgeon, family care, and civil surgeon, approximately 110 hours
  • Work in collaboration with ED Physicians to evaluate and treat patients with acuity levels of II-V, adult and pediatrics.
  • Evaluated and treated patients in pediatrics, family medicine, and soldiers working for the 11th Armor Calvary Regiment.
  • Worked with diverse patient populations including wellness and problem visits for neonates, pediatrics, adults, and geriatrics.
  • Provided care to a rural community with a diverse population including pediatrics, adolescents, adults and geriatrics.

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20. Laboratory Specimens

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Here's how Laboratory Specimens is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Collect blood by venipuncture, or other laboratory specimens, log the specimens and prepare for testing.
  • Collect blood, tissue, or other laboratory specimens, log the specimens, and prepare them for testing.
  • Collected blood, tissue and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing.
  • 7.Collected blood, tissue and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing.

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21. Triage

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Here's how Triage is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Formulated and implemented Criteria for Emergency Department Triage area in collaboration with nursing and physician staff.
  • Worked thoroughly and efficiently to record accurate patient information from triage until discharge.
  • Provided assessment and evaluation on Labor and Delivery Triage Unit: history and physicals and management of labor and postpartum patients.
  • Assisted in development and implementation of quality control standards with regard to laboratory testing, office policies, and triage procedures.
  • Saw triage and more critical patients; ran the suture and cast rooms; trained PA students from GWU.
  • Work with the emergency department to determine patients need for admission and to triage them to the appropriate service.
  • Planned and directed the battalion triage and evacuation of the sick and wounded as well as mass casualty operations.
  • Performed medical billing, coding, obtained history and physical on patients, blood pressure, and triage.
  • Helped physician examine and treat patients by assisting with triage, recording of medical inventory and patient documentation.
  • Back office coordinator and supervised those employees-handling all personnel issues; triage, transcription; ordering medical supplies
  • Conducted medical training on triage, BLS, common illnesses, and injuries for over 50 medical personnel
  • Key Achievement: Triage and integrate nursing care to facilitate patient flow and safety in the ER.
  • Back Office/Medical Duties: Triage, Assisted With Injections/Vital Signs, and Made Prescription Orders.
  • Conduct Histories and physicals, assess and diagnose on L&D/ triage management.
  • Provide direct triage and clinical care to patients under the supervision of attending physician.
  • Experience working both in the main emergency department, fast track and triage.
  • Manage the Labor and Delivery floor, including assessing triage patients and admissions.
  • Prepare 20-25 patients a day for clinic visits in addition to telephone triage.
  • Address acute and sub acute clinical concerns, triage management of multiple patients.
  • Perform triage and designate patients for acute care, express care or discharge.

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22. Medical Conditions

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Here's how Medical Conditions is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Initiated tuberculosis therapy; managed care of chronic medical conditions; performed chart reviews for quality assurance monitoring.
  • Provided evaluation and management of acute and chronic medical conditions of diverse age and acuity level.
  • Saw patients routinely, managed acute and chronic medical conditions all under supervision of Medical Director.
  • Maintain patients medical conditions, prescribe and review relevant medications and refer to appropriate specialists.
  • Perform medical consultations by diagnosing and treating all new medical conditions that arise during hospitalization.
  • Provide direct patient care including minor surgical, orthopedic, gynecological and general medical conditions.
  • Provided primary care coverage for long-term general psychiatric inpatients for acute and chronic medical conditions.
  • Collaborate with physicians from other disciplines for medical conditions and refer patients as necessary.
  • Diagnose medical conditions and identify problems that require immediate consultation with a physician.
  • Administer medications and injections and prescribe medications to treat multiple medical conditions.
  • Managed numerous chronic medical conditions such as hyperthyroidism, diabetes and hypertension.
  • Acquired extensive experience/training in diagnosing and treating common medical conditions/chronic illnesses.
  • Competed hospital consults for management of acute and chronic medical conditions.
  • Prescribed pharmaceuticals and treatment regimens as appropriate to assessed medical conditions.
  • Implemented treatment plans and provided patient education regarding medical conditions.
  • Treated acute and chronic medical conditions in ambulatory and primary care
  • Monitored chronic medical conditions and referred to appointments as required.
  • Initiated tuberculosis therapy; managed care of chronic medical conditions.
  • Provide wound care and management assistance of coexisting medical conditions.
  • Provided inpatient and outpatient care with various medical conditions.

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23. Medical Management

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Here's how Medical Management is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Provide medical management and education to patient regarding disease prognoses, treatments and testing involved.
  • Demonstrated my ability in medical management of patients with chronic pain syndromes.
  • Provided psychiatric and medical management to West Virginia's mentally ill population.
  • Provided routine medical management of outpatient, as well as inpatient consultation.
  • Supervised medical management of emergency department and fast-track patients.
  • Interpret results and make recommendations for further medical management
  • Contract medical management services at Federal Bureau Facility.
  • General medical management of the inpatient population.
  • Provided medical management of inpatient IR patients.
  • Supervised medical management of complex patients.
  • Developed a complete medical management program of health care for the immediate concerns outside of the obvious realm of drug dependency.
  • Complete patient and family education related to disease, disease process and medical management of acute and chronic illness.
  • Oversee the medical management of forty patients in a skilled and assisted living facility.
  • Treated and provided medical management to inmates with a variety of health conditions.
  • Served as a member of the Advocate Trinity Hospital Medical Management team.
  • Served as the primary care practitioner for the medical management of patients.
  • Function as medical management when supervising physician is out of office.
  • Facilitate patients through weight loss programs with counseling and medical management.
  • Review patient records to determine their need for medical management.
  • Managed all aspects of inpatient medical management for both services.

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24. PAP Smears

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Here's how PAP Smears is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Perform general physical examinations including cardiovascular, pulmonary, abdominal and other routine examinations such as pap smears and pelvic exams.
  • Perform pap smears, breast exams, male reproductive exams, sick child exams and follow ups, and geriatric medicine.
  • Examined female patients for their yearly PAP smears as well as performing tests and pelvic exams to diagnose various complaints.
  • Administer injections, perform therapeutic procedures to treat wounds and infections, performed pap smears and digital rectal exams.
  • Performed a variety of minor procedures; suturing, foreign body removals, pap smears, casting and more.
  • Administer comprehensive sports, school, annual physicals including Well Woman exams with clinical breast exams and pap smears.
  • Performed procedures such as incision and drainage, suturing, nevi/skin tag removal, joint injections and pap smears.
  • Provide family planning, pap smears, pregnancy testing, emergency contraceptive, and other reproductive health issues.
  • Witness her give diagnoses, write prescriptions, perform minor surgeries, and aid in pap smears.
  • Preferred preventative exams for children and adults including well child checks, yearly physicals and pap smears.
  • Performed in office procedures including pap smears, laceration repair, I&D, and splinting.
  • Assisted with pelvic exams, PAP smears, OB visits, and viewing samples under microscope.
  • Performed Pap Smears, Strep tests, blood glucose testing, administered insulin and testosterone injections.
  • Provide quality well woman exams including PAP smears, pelvic exams, evaluation, and treatment.
  • Educated families on prevention on health issues (breast cancer, pap smears, vaccinations).
  • Performed pelvic and breast exams, KOH prep/wet mount, STD cultures, and pap smears.
  • Perform pap smears, and provide patient counseling in menopause, pregnancy, and fertility.
  • Perform pap smears and various procedures including laceration repairs, incision and drainage of abscesses.
  • Last, I did complete health physicals on both men and women including Pap smears.
  • Perform PAP smears and pelvic exams as part of annual well-woman visits and gynecologic complaints.

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25. Joint Injections

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Here's how Joint Injections is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Performed minor office procedures consisting of large joint injections regularly.
  • Administered intramuscular and joint injections.
  • Perform procedures in OR with total joint and acute fracture care, ultrasound guided joint injections, fluoroscopic guided joint injections.
  • Ultrasound-guided joint injections, trigger point injections and physical therapy and rehabilitation are cornerstone within the scope of my practice.
  • Perform multiple joint injections including knees, shoulders, hip bursa, SI joints as well as trigger point injections.
  • Administer joint injections and perform basic dermatological services such as draining abscesses and removing skin tags and lesions.
  • Assisted with outpatient procedures, including: joint injections, incision and drainage of abscesses, and vaccinations.
  • Perform minor in-office procedures, joint injections, nerve blocks, and trigger point injections as needed.
  • Diagnose and treat orthopedic conditions, postoperative care, joint injections, casting/splinting, first assist in surgery
  • Saw routine patients as well as work in patients daily and performed joint injections under US guidance.
  • Performed procedures including joint injections, IUD removal, I &D, and simple suturing.
  • Perform routine procedures (simple dermatology procedures, PAP and pelvic exams, joint injections).
  • Joint injections/aspirations, catheter insertion, bedside procedures including central lines, management of chest tubes.
  • Perform procedures that include cast application and removal and joint injections on a routine basis.
  • Performed I&D, suturing, splinting and trigger point and major joint injections.
  • Experience in large joint aspirations, large joint injections, and trigger point injections.
  • Perform closed reductions of fractures and dislocations, joint injections, casting, splinting.
  • Handled patient joint injections, trigger point injections, cast, and braces.
  • Assisted in inpatient rounding and performed procedures such as joint injections and aspirations.
  • Performed minor procedures such as joint injections and applications of splints and casts.

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26. Chronic Illnesses

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Here's how Chronic Illnesses is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Managed pediatric, adult and geriatric patients ranging from well-person visits to management of chronic illnesses
  • Managed a variety of acute and chronic illnesses across pediatric to geriatric patient populations.
  • Assisted with follow-up visits managing chronic illnesses including hypertension and diabetes.
  • Obtained medical histories and physical examinations of new incarcerate, performed daily sick calls, and managed acute and chronic illnesses.
  • Assisted in several home visits for patients with chronic illnesses that were unable to be seen at the clinic.
  • Focused care on chronic illnesses, preventive care, women's health, and the care of older adults.
  • Obtained H&P, diagnosed and treated a variety of acute, sub acute, and chronic illnesses
  • Evaluated acute and chronic illnesses, including laceration repair, splinting, suturing and emergency referrals when necessary.
  • Educate patients about self-management of acute or chronic illnesses, tailoring instructions to patients' individual circumstances.
  • Assess diagnose and treat assigned panel of adult patients with acute and chronic illnesses in outpatient clinic.
  • Assessed, diagnosed and treated a wide spectrum of adult patients for both acute and chronic illnesses.
  • Managed acute and acute on chronic illnesses in a 17-bed ED with an additional 8-bed fast track
  • Helped manage patients with acute and chronic illnesses under the close supervision of the attending physician.
  • Provide continuity of care to treat a wide range of chronic illnesses within the prison population.
  • Provide care to children and adult patients with chronic illnesses as well as acute problems.
  • Performed exit exams, retirement physicals and evaluated new inductees for acute and chronic illnesses.
  • Treated a diverse case load of adult and pediatric patients with acute and chronic illnesses.
  • Evaluated and treated variety of acute and chronic illnesses in large private practice.
  • Initial assessment, diagnosis and management of patients with acute and chronic illnesses.
  • Well visits, med reviews, sick patients and management of chronic illnesses.

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27. Pain Management

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Here's how Pain Management is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Assist pain management physician with outpatient clinic including new patient appointments, follow-up appointments, MRI interpretation and in-office injections.
  • Performed comprehensive histories, physical examinations, developed treatment plan, and managed pain management patients at complex level.
  • Provided Primary Care, performed endoscopy, performed x-ray guided injections, pain management, and supervised Nurse Practitioners
  • Worked independently in a pain management clinic providing quality medical attention to acute and chronic pain patients.
  • Performed progress histories and physical examinations in an outpatient setting post-rehabilitation and chronic pain management patients.
  • Performed multiple pain management procedures while providing clinical assessment and establishing short and long-term pain management.
  • Provided pain management services to patients under the direction and responsibility of the supervising physician.
  • Work directly with pain management to coordinate adequate postoperative analgesia and prescribe appropriate medications.
  • Provide operational oversight practice and provide coordination of care for Pain Management practice.
  • Worked independently and supervised internist with a large geriatric and pain management practice.
  • Pain management physician assistant, medication management, injection therapy, trigger point injections
  • Contract position to design and develop pain management program for high-risk patients
  • Provided Monitored Anesthesia Care for patients undergoing pain management procedures.
  • Functioned as physician assistant in pain management practice.
  • Managed peripheral nerve catheters with pain management service.
  • Assist in creating a multidisciplinary approach to pain management
  • Research participation in studies related to Pain Management.
  • Managed medication of pain management patients.
  • Recommend appropriate pain management regimen.
  • Pain management procedures in office, small and large joint injections, trigger point injections and nerve blocks when necessary.

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28. ICU

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Here's how ICU is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Developed/edited policy and revamped curricula.
  • Provided nutritional counseling for health and illness prevention, particularly for patients with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and obesity.
  • Participated in and presented monthly vascular anomalies conferences to review difficult cases that requires a multidisciplinary team approach.
  • Used selective considerations such as project difficulty and requirements and the capability of employees.
  • Documented and participated in family meetings between ICU team and patient/caregiver.
  • Aided full-time faculty in development of curriculum for physical diagnosis course.
  • Created patient education curriculum which includes risk assessment and risk management.
  • Maintained and kept confidential patient records accurately and meticulously filed.
  • Determined appropriate referrals particularly for acute psychiatric evaluations and/or counseling.
  • Support and coordinate student curricular and non-curricular activities and events.
  • Implemented programs related to Curriculum Design: Cooperative learning.
  • Coordinated ordering supplies for clinical skills component of curriculum.
  • Collaborate with Admissions Director regarding applicant and matriculation information.
  • Collaborated with attending physicians on complex and difficult cases.
  • Enter all matriculating students into Student Information System.
  • Provided inpatient cardiac care for telemetry/ICU patients.
  • Experience with diverse multicultural and socioeconomic backgrounds.
  • Evaluated patients and formulated plans of care on heart failure patients including those with mechanical ventricular assist devices and heart transplants.
  • Work collaboratively with physicians, surgeons, ICU, ER, and endoscopy staff, physician assistants, nurses and technicians.
  • Evaluate patient s eating habits and life style and articulate a diet plan and exercise regimen suitable for his/her medical condition.

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29. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Fracture care, casting, radiology interpretation, joint aspiration & injection, preoperative and postoperative evaluation performed in office.
  • Researched and organized culturally sensitive and literacy appropriate patient education for age appropriate diseases that resulted in life style changes.
  • Shadowed anesthesiologists and observed surgeries including hernia repair, open-heart surgery, liver transplantation, and robotic surgery.
  • Worked collaboratively with physician as well as accustomed to working independently without direct supervision from the attending Physician.
  • Excelled at providing clients with information by designing successful methods to accurately and effectively collect and retrieve data.
  • Performed minor surgical procedures, pelvic exams, monitored preoperative testing, therapeutic interventions and post-operative care.
  • Served as Infection Control Coordinator responsible for developing and maintaining an effective infection control program.
  • Performed preoperative history and physicals, postoperative orders, hospital rounds, and follow-up office visits
  • Communicated positively, directly, clearly, accurately and timely with physicians and others.
  • Fostered relationships with medical-supply companies and maximized supply budget through creative trades and alliances.
  • Mentored Tufts University School of Medicine and Northeastern University PA students on surgical rotations.
  • Gained experience with examination techniques for uncooperative children, as well as counseling adolescents.
  • Performed non-routine, non-emergent, minor surgical procedures designated within my authorized clinical privileges.
  • Facilitated treatment goals and objectives for inpatient milieu in conjunction with Supervising Psychiatrist.
  • Conducted daily active-duty acute care for Military Service Warriors and their family members.
  • Worked cooperatively and collaboratively with all supervising physicians within our four practices.
  • Full administrative responsibility for 10 surgical mid-levels at two-hospital community health system.
  • Performed independent rounds on postoperative orthopedic patients with telephone support as needed.
  • Managed a variety of disease related activities as sole medical provider.
  • Performed intravenous infusion and therapy feeds for patients with extensive burn injuries

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30. Office Supplies

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Here's how Office Supplies is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Check patients in and out, answer phones, file, make and break down charts and order office supplies.
  • Operate as the office manager to train and supervise staff, coordinate scheduling, and manage office supplies and ordering.
  • Collected and maintained order for office supplies and maintain stock logs.
  • Stock patient exam rooms, order medical back office supplies.
  • Maintain forms and office supplies required for front desk activities.
  • Ordered all medical and office supplies.
  • Inventory and order office supplies.

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31. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted nurses with blood pressure, blood oxygen saturation, blood sugar tests, and obtained medical histories of patients.
  • Coordinated highly successful health fairs, blood donation events, and blood pressure screenings for local military and surrounding community.
  • Saved the life of an inmate with a blood pressure of 80/60 who slashed his throat in a suicide attempt.
  • Assist the nurses with collecting vitals (blood pressure, height, weight, family history, medications).
  • Managed prescription refills during client's stay (chronic blood pressure, diabetic medications).
  • Measured vitals such as blood pressures, weights heights, and body mass index.
  • Assess patients for cholesterol, blood pressure, BMI, and blood sugar.
  • Read and recorded temperature, pulse, blood pressure and respiration.
  • Observed and assisted PA in physical exams* Took blood pressures
  • Performed Accu-Check blood glucose recordings and checked blood pressures.
  • Monitor blood pressure of all patients.
  • Acquired patient vitals prior to seeing the DO or PA; (blood pressure, weight, and temperature.)
  • Experience in blood pressure screening/hypertension management, hemoglobin a1c/diabetes management, colorectal cancer screening, immunizations, and tobacco screening.
  • Handled patients' first assessments including blood pressure, Holter monitoring, ECG, Doppler, urinalysis and blood work examinations.
  • Performed duties such as taking blood pressure, pulse rate and temperature Listening and observing patient's lungs, heart and diaphragm
  • Customized healthcare coaching yielded decreases in blood pressure, waist circumference, and cholesterol in 30% of patients.
  • Examined lab samples, assisted with blood pressure readings, and evaluated readings such as an echocardiogram.
  • Assisted with obtaining blood pressure and vitals In charge of filing/faxing documents
  • Prepared specimens for analysis and established proper chronologicalpriorities in testing.Took and recorded patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure.
  • Assessed patients and documented their medical histories.Took and recorded patients 'temperature, pulse and blood pressure.

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32. Medical Equipment

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Here's how Medical Equipment is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Provide operator calibration testing of medical equipment IAW manufacture standards.
  • Process all office and medical equipment calibration and functionality.
  • Prepared and sterilized medical equipment for surgery.
  • Assisted nurses or physicians in the operation of medical equipment, and administration of medications or treatments.
  • Maintain supplies, inventory, ensures medical equipment is clean and serviceable along with all work areas.
  • Observed the medical equipment and procedures used with Dr. Burrows' office that improved patients' lives.
  • Maintained over $50,000 worth of medical equipment on a daily basis in a constantly changing environment.
  • Prepare and fax radiology orders, referrals, medical equipment and any out of office tests.
  • Assist in the care, cleaning, sterilization and maintenance of medical equipment and instruments.
  • Work with medical equipment at the clinic and explain various medical devices to patients.
  • Ordered and interpret diagnostic studies prescribe medicine, diets and some medical equipment.
  • Ordered supplies, including durable medical equipment and soft goods; tracked cost.
  • Inspect and return Medicaid funded medical equipment for safety and repairs.
  • Cleaned and maintained medical equipment and exam rooms.
  • Order, stock and maintain medical equipment.
  • Restock supply rooms for medical equipment.
  • Introduced to basic medical equipment such as sphygmomanometer and stethoscope.
  • Charge billable items and proficient computer skills, and handling biomedical equipment as needed.
  • Exposed to high-end medical equipment such as lasers, microscopes, and cauterizers.
  • Operated diagnostic equipment including: computers, medical equipment, multi line phones.

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33. MRI

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Here's how MRI is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Ordered and interpreted laboratory and MRI results to diagnose neurological conditions.
  • Suggested appropriate spinal injections, which were done on site, after reviewing MRI report and my physical exam.
  • Learned how computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are used to diagnose diseases.
  • Read appropriate laboratory or diagnostic procedures and studies such as x-ray, CT, MRI, bone scans.
  • Initial interpretation of imaging tests including x-rays, ultrasound, CT, MRI, and PET scans.
  • Involved in ordering and checking/ monitoring other labs and checking x-ray, CT and MRI reports.
  • Assist Neurosurgeons in evaluating X-rays, CT Scans and MRI studies to determine course of treatment.
  • Demonstrated ability to evaluate MRI studies of joints in both upper and lower extremities.
  • Helped to start an MRI facility with Beth Israel Deaconess and Harrington Memorial Hospital.
  • Ordered and reviewed imaging, including X-rays, MRI's, and CT scans.
  • Ordered and interpreted laboratory tests, MRI's, and EMG's.
  • Order and interpret diagnostic imaging including X-rays, CT, MRI.
  • Schedule Appointments, MRI's, Surgery, and Referrals.
  • Viewed and interpreted patient X-rays and MRI with the Physician Assistant
  • Read and interpret x-ray, MRI and CT scan imaging.
  • Examined patients with MRI's or other testing sources.
  • Assisted in reading and interpreting MRI and laboratory results.
  • Learned the basics of reading X-Ray and MRI images.
  • Handled and observed MRI and CAT Scans results
  • Trained in x-ray and MRI interpretation.

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34. Hospital Rounds

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Here's how Hospital Rounds is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Provided Outpatient consultations and follow up exams*Daily Hospital Rounds for inpatients and new consultations*Provided lower extremity arterial evaluations for PVD*First Surgical Assist*Patient
  • Obtained patient histories, performed physical examinations, attended hospital rounds, and observed surgeries at Columbia Memorial Hospital.
  • Performed hospital rounds and rounds at assisted living facilities and drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs.
  • Participated in In-patient hospital rounds and assisted with managed care options under supervising physician.
  • Performed hospital rounds including admission and transfer orders, monitoring lab and adjusting medications.
  • Performed hospital rounds and conducted consultations for patients admitted into the hospital.
  • Conducted daily hospital rounds on all postoperative patients and assessed hospital consults.
  • Determined need for hospitalization, performed hospital rounds-routine and on-call.
  • Completed individual daily hospital rounds and documentation of medical plan.
  • Performed hospital rounds on orthopedic inpatients and post operative patients
  • Conducted daily hospital rounds on post-surgical patients.
  • Conducted hospital rounds and approved prescription refills.
  • Provide primary care in a rural health clinic, emergency room coverage, hospital rounds, and first assist in surgery.
  • Have been involved in hospital rounds, admissions and discharges, first-assist in cesarean sections, gynecologic and robotics surgeries.
  • Performed hospital Rounds in acute care setting as well as sub acute rehabilitation managing an entire spectrum of disease processes.
  • Call responsibilities shared equally with 2 physicians include: Admissions, ER call, Hospital Rounds, discharges and consultations.
  • Diagnosed, treated, and educated patients regarding their conditions during office visits, hospital rounds, and cardiac consults.
  • Obtained health histories, provided physical exams, prescribed medications, and performed hospital rounds for cardiovascular surgery patients.
  • Visit and observe patients on hospital rounds, updating charts, ordering therapy, and reporting back to physician.
  • Write post-op orders, make hospital rounds on patients, monitor and evaluate patients on chronic pain medications.

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35. Laceration Repair

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Here's how Laceration Repair is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Perform procedures including laceration repair, joint aspirations and incision and drainage.
  • Observed and documented medical procedures including laceration repair and chest tube placement.
  • Preformed laceration repairs and incision and drainage when appropriate.
  • Performed vaginal deliveries with laceration repair.
  • Perform laceration repair including suturing.
  • Perform procedures including laceration repair, wound and burn care, incision and drainage of abscesses as well as joint aspirations.
  • Performed minor procedures: simple laceration repair, incision and drainage of abscesses, minor wound and burn care and splinting.
  • Perform pelvic exams, laceration repairs, incision and drainage, nail removal, FOB removal, wound care, etc.
  • Perform minor surgeries such as abscess removals and laceration repairs, provide wound care, splinting, and starting IVs.
  • Performed various procedures such as I&D, laceration repair, minor joint reductions and other urgent care procedures.
  • Completed over 100 small procedures and laceration repairs ranging from excision and biopsy to minor tendon repair and laceration repair.
  • Performed common ambulatory procedures such as incision and drainage of abscesses, laceration repairs, injection and aspiration of joints.
  • Work included express care services such as laceration repair, splinting of orthopedic injuries and management of minor illnesses.
  • Performed minor procedures, such as laceration repairs, incision and drainage of abscesses, and digital blocks.
  • Perform procedures such as laceration repair, abscess I&D, toenail removal, LP, etc.
  • Document results of the patient's physical exam, procedures, laceration repairs, and other physician findings/procedures.
  • Develop Performed procedures such as laceration repair, splint application, wound care, and incision and drainage.
  • Complete clinical procedures including laceration repairs, splinting, I&D, and STD screenings/cultures.
  • Evaluate and treat employees with occupation related injuries including laceration repair, wound and burn care.
  • Performed procedures such as laceration repair, incision and drainage, foreign body removal.

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36. Health Maintenance

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Here's how Health Maintenance is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Prescribed appropriate pharmacological and other treatments for patients and promoting patient and family education, counseling and health maintenance.
  • Promoted health literacy, health maintenance, and patient education in a primarily Spanish-speaking patient population.
  • Instruct and counsel patients regarding understanding of and adherence to prescribed therapeutic regimens and health maintenance
  • Build relationships with patients to counsel regarding health maintenance and promote available community resources.
  • Conduct programs for the university community about health maintenance and disease prevention.
  • Emphasized health maintenance, preventive medicine, education and lifestyle modification.
  • Evaluated, screened and counseled patients on health maintenance/education.
  • Administered immunizations and conducted preventive medicine and health maintenance.
  • Provided annual health maintenance history and physical examinations.
  • Performed adult and pediatric health maintenance and education.
  • Educated patients regarding health maintenance and illness prevention.
  • Provided expert clinical advice and treatment plans for the urgent and chronically ill in addition to providing general health maintenance practices.
  • Provided follow up and health maintenance care to patients in accordance with established protocols or specific instructions from the supervising physician.
  • Provided health maintenance, patient education, acute care and management of chronic illness for both pediatric and adult populations.
  • Provided primary care to patients of all ages, including mental health counseling, health maintenance physicals and medication counseling.
  • Instruct and counsel patients regarding compliance with prescribed therapeutic regimens, normal growth and development, and health maintenance.
  • Performed detailed history and physical examinations of all ages from infants to older adults for routine health maintenance.
  • Incorporate the concepts of health maintenance, prevention and promotion into daily practice through patient education and counseling.
  • Educate patient about health maintenance, proper antibiotic use, nutritional issues, managing diabetes and hypertension.
  • Perform health maintenance screening and counseling for infants through adults based on AAP and AAFP guidelines.

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37. Intercom Systems

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Here's how Intercom Systems is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Answer patient call signals, signal lights, bells, or intercom systems to determine patients' needs.

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38. Lab Results

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Here's how Lab Results is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Rounded on inpatients, interpreted lab results and altered medications when necessary.
  • Ordered and interpreted appropriate lab results to determine therapeutic procedures when needed.
  • Recorded detailed notes on histories and physicals, lab results, medication orders, and progress notes for emergency room physicians.
  • Provided direct patient care including history review, health education, physical exam, counseling, and diagnosis/treatment and lab results.
  • Relay provider messages to patients regarding test and lab results and educate on medical conditions as directed by provider.
  • Explain lab results to patients as instructed, Refilled patient prescriptions via fax and phone call in's.
  • Trained corpsmen daily on radiology films, lab results, minor procedures, optimal patient-flow and customer service.
  • Trained physicians to enter orders into the electronic medical record, look up diagnostic and lab results.
  • Reviewed lab reports, counseled and communicated with patients regarding lab results and other related topics.
  • Review of lab results, education to pt on these as well as lifestyle modifications.
  • Interpret imaging and lab results and convey results to patients in easy to understand language.
  • Interpret lab results and diagnostic studies; assist in the development of treatment plans.
  • Review, Interpret and educate patients on x-ray/CT imaging films and lab results.
  • Interpret x-rays, ECG's and lab results to ensure appropriate patient care.
  • Ordered appropriate tests, and interpreted lab results to prepare patients for surgeries.
  • Review of lab results and notification of patient and regimen of treatment.
  • Educated patients regarding lab results, diagnosis, and management strategies.
  • Interpret and treat lab results including cultures and blood analysis.
  • Inform patients of their lab results and subsequent treatment recommendations.
  • Assist physician when pulling patients charts or filing lab results.

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39. Bed Linens

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Here's how Bed Linens is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Assist residents with daily activities, changing bed linens or make beds, dressing, laundry, meals and shopping.
  • Change bed linens or make beds, Collect specimens, such as urine, feces, or sputum.
  • Change bed linens, wash and iron patient's laundry, and clean patients Quarters.
  • Change bed linens or make beds.Chartwell (Jordan Health Service), TexasAttendant
  • Care for patients by changing bed linens, washing and ironing laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care.
  • Changed bed linens or made beds.

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40. Patient Behavior

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Here's how Patient Behavior is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Feed patients or assist patients to eat or drink Document and reported observations of patient behavior, or physical symptoms.
  • Communicated with patients and family members Documented and reported patient behavior, complaints, or physical symptoms to nurses
  • Document or otherwise report observations of patient behavior, complaints, or physical symptoms to nurses.

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41. Physical Symptoms

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Here's how Physical Symptoms is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Performed bedside triage to accurately document patient medical history and physical symptoms.

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42. Copd

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Here's how Copd is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Assisted with patients with chronic and acute health problems, including MI, arrhythmia, asthma, COPD, pneumonia.
  • Participated in the management of patients with diabetes, hypertension, cancer, amputations, and COPD.
  • Assisted patients with multiple chronic diagnoses, including COPD and asthma.
  • Discovered a cell biology phenomenon in COPD and published a peer-reviewed paper.
  • Perform spirometry to evaluate our patients' with COPD and asthma.
  • Treat and manage chronic conditions such as hypertension, diabetes mellitus, COPD, hyperlipidemia, hypothyroidism, and asthma.
  • Evaluate emergencies including chest pain, myocardial infarctions, COPD/asthma flair-ups, trauma injuries, and abdominal pain.
  • See patients for chronic medical management (DM, HTN, Hyperlipidemia, CHF, COPD, etc.

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43. Support Bandages

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Here's how Support Bandages is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Apply clean dressings, slings, stockings, or support bandages, under direction of nurse or physician.

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44. Suture Removal

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Here's how Suture Removal is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Performed simple procedures such as pelvic exam/PAP and STD testing, splinting, suture removal, wound care, and injections.
  • Perform various bedside procedures, including drain removal, chest tube removal, staple and suture removal, dressing changes.
  • Perform various hands on skills including suturing, suture removal, casting/splinting, I&D, and dislocation reductions.
  • Assisted Physician with minor surgical procedures such as suture removal, arm and leg splints, and triage.
  • Performed staple and suture removal, blood draws, urinalysis, injections, electrocardiograms and patient phone calls.
  • Provided postoperative wound care including surgical dressing changes, suture removal, staple removal, and splint changes.
  • Trained in I&D, suture removal, skin tag removal, and skin lesion biopsy.
  • Perform procedures and treatments: tissue expansions, drain and suture removals, wound care, etc.
  • Assisted and performed outpatient clinical procedures, including: suture removal, wrapping/splinting and joint injections.
  • Performed procedures such as arterial blood gases, central line removal, suture removal, etc.
  • Follow up care including wound checks, suture removals, examinations and skin cancer prevention.
  • Provide wound care, suture removal, assist with cast removal and cast application.
  • Conduct hospital rounds, perform wound dressing changes, and staple/suture removal.
  • Post op follow up including suture removal and wound care.
  • Assisted with post-operative clinic care and suture removal.
  • Perform suture removal and foreign body removal.
  • Perform sutures and suture removals.
  • Suture removal and dressing changes.
  • Joint injections and suture removal.
  • Helped physicians examine and treat patients by assisting with instruments and suture removal.Other Job History

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45. Medical Problems

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Here's how Medical Problems is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Evaluate acute and chronic medical problems, related and unrelated to dialysis, and initiate appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic interventions.
  • Obtained detailed history, performed physical examinations, assessed and treated acute/chronic medical problems and provided direct patient care.
  • Provide teaching to patients and family members regarding disease management and lifestyle adaptation related to their medical problems.
  • Performed Physical exams and submitted evaluations on candidates who presented with a variety of medical problems.
  • Lead Provider at a community urgent care attending a great diversity and acuity of medical problems
  • Provide ongoing, continuous care for inmates/patients with chronic medical problems including psychiatric conditions.
  • Promote responsible behavior and implement plans to further enhance patient/family understanding of medical problems.
  • Stimulate formulation of differentials, diagnoses and management strategies for specific medical problems.
  • Prescribed appropriated medications to aid in management of pain and other medical problems.
  • Performed adult and pediatric health maintenance and managed medical problems.
  • Managed medical problems and provided routine medical care.
  • Assess and treat pediatric and adult patients in need of urgent care for a wide variety of medical problems.
  • Provide health care to the HIV/ AIDS community via lab testing, medication refills and acute medical problems.
  • Performed histories, physical examinations, diagnosis and treatments for minor medical problems in a quick clinic setting
  • Diagnose as well as formulate medical plans and treatments for a wide variety of acute medical problems.
  • Treat primary care level medical problems in general health, endocrine, orthopedic, and psychiatric medicine.
  • Involved in direct the care of children with complex medical problems, chromosomal abnormalities and neurologically impaired.
  • Obtained a complete medical history and physical exam on patients for both acute and chronic medical problems.
  • Worked with the staff the coordinate the care for veterans with urgent and chronic medical problems.
  • Performed clinical evaluation and treatment of employees with occupational injuries, acute and chronic medical problems.

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46. Therapeutic Procedures

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Here's how Therapeutic Procedures is used in Physician Assistant jobs:
  • Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures as deemed necessary and appropriate for plan of care, in collaboration with supervising physician.
  • Prescribed medications or other forms of treatment such as physical therapy, inhalation therapy and other therapeutic procedures.
  • Recommend treatment such as physical therapy, massage therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture and related therapeutic procedures.
  • Performed invasive and non-invasive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures including bone marrow biopsy and skin biopsy.
  • Administer injections and immunizations; perform therapeutic procedures to treat wounds and infections.
  • Perform or assist in surgical/ therapeutic procedures delegated by the supervising physician.
  • Perform therapeutic procedures by administering injections; managing wounds and infections.
  • Assess patient health status and determine appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
  • Performed diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, including EVD placement and management.
  • Perform routine diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in the emergency department setting.
  • Performed Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures with the Attending Supervision.
  • Performed invasive and non-invasive diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
  • Perform all appropriate diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
  • Ordered and interpreted diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
  • Performed medical diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.
  • Interpreted test results for deviations from normal Performed therapeutic procedures, such as injections, suturing and wound care Performed diagnostic testing
  • Performed therapeutic procedures, such as injections, immunizations, Put Cast, IV medications, suturing and wound care.
  • Performed numerous diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, including incision and drainage, arterial blood gas sampling, and orthopedic splinting.
  • Perform therapeutic procedures, such as suturing, wound care, removal of splints and casts, and infection management.
  • Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures such as I&D, foreign body removal, x-ray/ultrasound/ECG interpretation and wound care.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Physician Assistant

Patient Care20.4%
Surgical Procedures13%
Internal Medicine9%
Emergency Room8.5%
Outpatient Clinic7.6%
Treatment Plans5.6%
Surgery5.2%
Physical Exams4.1%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Physician Assistant

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
16.9%
16.9%
2
2
Surgical Procedures
Surgical Procedures
10.7%
10.7%
3
3
Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine
7.5%
7.5%
4
4
Emergency Room
Emergency Room
7%
7%
5
5
Outpatient Clinic
Outpatient Clinic
6.3%
6.3%
6
6
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
4.7%
4.7%
7
7
Surgery
Surgery
4.3%
4.3%
8
8
Physical Exams
Physical Exams
3.4%
3.4%
9
9
Urgent Care
Urgent Care
3.2%
3.2%
10
10
Primary Care Services
Primary Care Services
2.9%
2.9%
11
11
EKG
EKG
2.1%
2.1%
12
12
Diagnostic Tests
Diagnostic Tests
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
Family Practice
Family Practice
1.9%
1.9%
14
14
Trauma
Trauma
1.9%
1.9%
15
15
Medical Care
Medical Care
1.5%
1.5%
16
16
Medical Records
Medical Records
1.5%
1.5%
17
17
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
1.4%
1.4%
18
18
Diagnostic Studies
Diagnostic Studies
1.3%
1.3%
19
19
Pediatrics
Pediatrics
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Laboratory Specimens
Laboratory Specimens
1.2%
1.2%
21
21
Triage
Triage
1.1%
1.1%
22
22
Medical Conditions
Medical Conditions
1%
1%
23
23
Medical Management
Medical Management
0.9%
0.9%
24
24
PAP Smears
PAP Smears
0.9%
0.9%
25
25
Joint Injections
Joint Injections
0.9%
0.9%
26
26
Chronic Illnesses
Chronic Illnesses
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Pain Management
Pain Management
0.8%
0.8%
28
28
ICU
ICU
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
IV
IV
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Office Supplies
Office Supplies
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Medical Equipment
Medical Equipment
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
MRI
MRI
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Hospital Rounds
Hospital Rounds
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
Laceration Repair
Laceration Repair
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Health Maintenance
Health Maintenance
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Intercom Systems
Intercom Systems
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Lab Results
Lab Results
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Bed Linens
Bed Linens
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Patient Behavior
Patient Behavior
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Physical Symptoms
Physical Symptoms
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Copd
Copd
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Support Bandages
Support Bandages
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
Suture Removal
Suture Removal
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Medical Problems
Medical Problems
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Therapeutic Procedures
Therapeutic Procedures
0.4%
0.4%

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