- Cleveland US-OH
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Health promotion, disease prevention, and health education is what I live for today! I believe that it is important for everyone to have access to reliable health care resources within our communities. Many people are not knowledgeable about the activities that put them at risk for disease and unhealthy lifestyles. It is up to health care practitioners to make it known that this is an issue and it needs to be controlled!I HAVE A DREAM:The MARY ALMA THURSTON Center for Preventative Care and Health Education will serve a community in need. An underserved community will benefit from the potential health care services that this facility will offer. Services would be available to people of all ages, but services will be geared toward teens and young adults to focus on preventative medicine and healthy living habits to prolong life. Another goal that I have yet to accomplish is becoming a Nurse Practitioner. I believe that I am being called to field of medicine and healthcare research to develop treatment plans that will be best suited for preventative care in our community. I want to save lives and maintain healthy bodies! I am going into medicine to strongly express preventative healthcare so that people will be able to live longer and get sick less than the average ill person in today’s society.
Experienced user of and documenter in the EPIC electronic medical record
•Work closely with Benefits Manager to ensure all problems employees are having with regard to the Benefits Department are resolved in a timely manner.
•Assist in the calculation of missed deductions, employee make-up deductions and short term disability hours.
•Process and maintain employee disability files and insurability forms for proper life and disability claim submission to insurance carrier.
•Process benefits enrollments and terminations in the online system.
•Participate in special projects as assigned by Administration and/or Supervisors.
•Gained valuable experience with ADP HRMS EV3 and EV5, ADP BenAdmin Systems and Lotus Notes.
• Utilized recreation services and leisure experiences to increase or maintain the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of the
residents. Activities included sports, games, dance, drama, arts and crafts, and music, as well as community outings.
• Conducted one-on-one therapeutic activity assessments with residents who were not active participants.
• Assisted in one-on-one activity sessions at residents’ bedside (for those who did not participate in group engagements).