Then. Aendhal Irumporrai

  • Wallington, Surrey United Kingdom

Education

Education
Jan 2004 - Jun 2004

Postgraduate Diploma

Genome BioSciences Research Institute

Interest

Driving (but with due consideration to the environment!)

Family Activities

Current Affairs

Summary

Professional Skills:

  • Medical knowledge with broad based clinical experience
  • Experience in clinical coding
  • Administrative and organisational capabilities
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Experience in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) tools and Internet
  • Univ. of Cambridge - Academic English IELTS score- 8.5/9 [Listening 9/9, Reading 9/9, Writing 8.5/9, Speaking 7/9]

Continuing Professional Development:

  • Regular CME attendee, Medscape Today
  • Continuous update of current trends related to my job

Personal Attributes:

  • Meeting deadlines in a timely manner
  • Ability to work on own as well as in a team
  • Creative, eye for detail and accurate
  • Complete commitment to the assigned task
  • Clean Driving Licence

Objective

A medical graduate with clinical and IT skills experienced in clinical coding; interested in venturing into pharmacovigilance/clinical research

Work History

Work History
Sep 2009 - Present

Clinical Coding Analyst

West Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust
  • Interpreting highly complex multi-sourced clinical data, capturing and abstracting relevant information.
  • Assigning codes using the appropriate classification and coding methodologies (ICD-10 and OPCS-4.5).
  • Transcribing coded data into the electronic encoding system (3M Medicode Clinical Encoder).
  • Providing professional coding advice to clinical leads, service and finance managers.
  • Liaising with clinical team to ensure quality and depth of clinical coding is achieved.
  • Mentoring less experienced members of the team.
Sep 2008 - Aug 2009

Clinical Coder

London Summarising Limited
  • Analysing appropriate source documents and summarising significant clinical information.
  • Coding clinical information from manual patient health records and transferring the data onto practice clinical systems using Read Code Dictionary.
  • Liaising with clinical team to ensure quality and depth of clinical coding is achieved.
Mar 2006 - Aug 2008

Clinical Coder

Parkway Health Centre
  • Analysing appropriate source documents and summarising significant clinical information.
  • Coding clinical information from manual patient health records and transferring the data onto practice clinical systems using Read Code Dictionary.
  • Liaising with clinical team to ensure quality and depth of clinical coding is achieved.
Aug 2005 - Feb 2006

Clinical Observer

Parkway Health Centre
  • Close observation of out-patient consultations and treatment procedures, thereby enabling to know the working of NHS and patient care in UK.
Mar 2005 - Jul 2005

Consultant Medical Officer

ESI Corporation
  • Out-patient clinic; attending emergency cases, as and when required; managing patient referrals to ESI hospital.
  • Administrative duties: dealing with employee work absences and issuance of certificates; attending review meetings.
  • Periodic deputation duties in hilly and remote areas.
Dec 2004 - Mar 2005

Tutor, Department of Pathology

PSG IMS&R
  • In-charge of practical laboratory sessions for medical students.
  • Lab duties: gross dissection, tissue processing and sectioning of surgical and biopsy specimens; supervised reporting of simple cases; documenting histopathological reports.
  • Academic activities: teaching medical students, participation in multidisciplinary clinical meetings, weekly departmental seminars; presenting cases in journal club meetings.
Feb 2002 - Nov 2004

Duty Medical Officer

N M Hospital
  • Clinical duties: out-patient clinic, in-patient care, casualty and on-call duties; history taking, clinical examination, writing investigations, interpreting results, diagnosing, performing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, prescribing drugs, writing discharge summaries.
  • Academic activities: teaching nursing students; participating and presenting cases in clinical meetings and seminars.
Jan 2001 - Jan 2002

Compulsory Rotatory Resident Internee

Coimbatore Medical College Hospital
  • Rotations covering medical specialities, paediatrics, general surgery, orthopaedics, obstetrics and gynaecology including family planning, community medicine, radiology.
  • Clinical duties: out-patient clinic, in-patient care, casualty and on-call duties; history taking, clinical examination, writing investigations, interpreting results, diagnosing, performing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, prescribing drugs, writing discharge summaries.
  • Academic activities: teaching nursing students; participating and presenting cases in clinical meetings and seminars.