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My goal is to provide quality care to patients, as well as good customer service to all clients.  My short term goal is to complete my associates in nursing, followed by my long term goal to bridge to BSN.

Reliable, ethical healthcare provider with ability to stay calm and intervene during crises, and to collaborate with multidisciplinary teams. Proven ability to build positive relationships with patients, family members, nurses, physicians and other medical professionals.

Work experience

Apr 2008Dec 2011

ED Tech II

Medical Center of Arlington

Serve as emergency department technician, working under RN's, midlevels, and ED physicians as well as various specialists who are utilized for clients with unique needs ( i.e. cardiologists, OB/GYN, plastics, orthopedic surgeons, etc. ). IV therapy initiation, phlebotomy, iStat testing, biomarker testing, UA and UHCG, 12 lead EKG, patient transport to med-surg as well as CVICU and ICU areas, wound care/prep, Splinting, supply stocking, order entry, Pt. charges entry.

Nov 2007May 2008

Paramedic - Primary

Arlington EMS

Delivery of care to both emergent and non-emergent patients in a wide range of situations. Responsible for an MICU. Managing resources at scenes comprising of police, fire department, and additional responders. Arlington EMS serves Arlington as well as several cities along its borders and supplies on scene MICU’s for events at large venues such as the ballpark at arlington, the new cowboy stadium, as well as the theme parks six flags and hurricane harbor. Arlington is a busy 911 system.

Oct 2005Oct 2007


Cook Children's Medical Center

Worked under supervision of RN's, ED physicians, and various specialists to deliver quality medical care to pediatric patients. IV therapy initiation, phlebotomy, wound care and prep (including wound infiltration), splinting, PO medication administration, and patient transport. 

May 2002May 2006

Paramedic - Primary

MedStar EMS

Primary Medic in a very busy 911 system, responsible for an MICU and delivering care to both emergent and non-emergent patients. Managed resources in the field for critical single patients to mass casualty incidents.


Aug 2010Present


Weatherford College
Aug 2007May 2010

Tarrant County College
Aug 2002Aug 2003

Associates of Emergency Medical Services

Weatherford College




Oct 2003Oct 2015

Paramedic License

Texas Department of State Health Services
Jan 2011Jan 2013

CPR for Healthcare Providers

American Heart Association
Jan 2011Jan 2013

Advanced Cardiac Life Support

American Heart Assosciation
Jan 2011Jan 2013

Pediatric Advanced Life Support

American Heart Association


Connie Rice

Clinical Preceptor

Donnie Santin

David Day

Murielle Lefebvre

Mark Jacob

Micah Yingst