Most relevant to this forum I worked for 4 years as a B-MET at a hospital and thus perforce was on the infection control committee. Due to not showing up on time I was even appointed a stint at heading up said committee.

Other: Ambulance attendant, prior to EMTs formally being recognized. EMT, basic. EMT I, EMT II, EMT-ACLS, EMS consultant, Flight medic certified, CPR instructor, CPR instructor instructor, designated S&R medic, N.A., some sort of RT assist certification, X-ray tech, lab equipment specialist technician, HP certified defib, telemetry and patient monitor operation instructor. GE certified C-arm repair and calibration. X-ray calibration certified. Other certs: HVAC operations, Ultrasound repair, Mamography equipment operations instructions, surgical procedures training videos and literature procurement and some other assorted goo like nuc med tech stuff.

HEY! I'm academically minded and a fanatic about continuing ed. It was also very rare that I held only one job at a time.
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