Stacy Larsson

Certified Phlebotomist
  • Austin, Texas (TX)
  • October 11, 2018

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

Professionally trained Home Health Aide with experience ensuring high standards of culturally competent care for a wide variety of patients with diverse needs.

Compassionate Phlebotomist experienced with providing direct in-home care to terminal patients. Efficient Medical Assistant skilled in tackling administrative and patient-oriented tasks in a fast-paced medical office.

Level-headed health professional who remains calm and effective in extremely difficult and stressful situations.

Strong belief in importance of companionship and support in patient care.

Motivated Phlebotomist with a highly effective communication style. Efficient worker who demonstrates strong time management and prioritization skills.

 

SKILLS

 

Studied Abroad in Thailand

Extensive English grammar knowledge

Culturally sensitive

Sound judgment

Record keeping expertise

Budget management ability

Proficient in creating and maintaining schedules

Companionship and emotional support

Compassionate caregiver

Culinary talent

Feeding assistance expert

Trustworthy companion

Committed team player

Dedicated hospice care provider

CPR/First Aid certified

Compassionate

Adaptable

Patient-focused care

Efficient and reliable team player

 

 

 

E-mail
stacylarsson@outlook.com
Phone Number
830-385-5944

Education

BSN @ Austin Community College
Jan 2018 — Current
Study for Bachelor Degree in Nursing (Health Sciences Major)
Certificate in Phlebotomy @ Central Texas Phlebotomy Institute LLC
Feb 2016 — Feb 2016
Certified Phlebotomist

Experience

Home Health Aide @ Girling Home Health - Austin, TX
Feb 2016 — Current
Responded appropriately to the physical, emotional and developmental needs of patients.
Maintained sanitary residents' and program rooms.
Supported duties for diagnostic and technical treatment procedures, such as setting up and operating special medical equipment and apparatus.
Answered patient calls for care and feeding.
Maintained accurate records of patient care, condition, progress and concerns.
Obtained information about clients' medical history, drug history, complaints and allergies.
Cooked appetizing and satisfying meals and snacks.
Maintained a clean, healthy and safe environment.
Obtained household supplies and ran daily errands.
Helped residents programming goals and increase their independence.
Performed clerical duties, such as word processing, data entry, answering phones and filing.
Followed safe lifting techniques and individual resident lifting instructions.
Reported any unusual circumstances in the patients' condition or environment.
Provided a comforting and soothing environment.
Took advantage of opportunities for continuing education, quality assurance and performance improvement activities.
Changed sterile dressings.
Assisted patients with bathing, oral hygiene, grooming, feeding and elimination.
Helped patients move in and out of beds, baths, wheelchairs and automobiles.
Scheduled and accompanied clients to medical appointments.
Documents objective data and routine aspects of patient care.
Answered call lights and aided in patient comfort and safety by adjusting beds, lights, bed rails, pillows, patients' clothing and bedside tables/equipment.
Performed direct patient care aimed at increasing comfort, psycho, social and spiritual well-being by providing assistance with personal hygiene, physical comfort, nutrition, elimination, prevention of skin breakdown, rehabilitation and safety.
Monitored expiration of medical supplies and medications.

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