I was intrigued by the profession of a Nurse at a young age. However, what truly sparked my interest in this thriving career was when a close friend of mine was diagnosed with cervical cancer. Ever since she was diagnosed I wanted to help to create an encouraging, loving and supporting environment around in her time of need and sorrow. Since then I have always been fascinated and interested by the scientific and academic side of nursing along with the caregiving duties of the profession. Because of this, it has lead me to study Level 3 Health and Social Care programme. I am particularly enjoying my Level 3 Health and Social Care programme as it allowed me to carry out the theoretical side of my course in a real life environment as I have a work placement with a care agency. Now I am striving to further my knowledge and proficiencies through taking a university level course in Nursing.
I write in response to your ad seeking receptionist and administrative assistant. Running as an assistant, customer service, and handling administrative duties in my previous experiences has prepared me to embark upon a broad array of barriers that may arise in a fast-paced environment. I will bring professionalism and reliability to this position.
Please accept the attached resume as my application for the Administrative Assistant position. I am enthusiastic about this opportunity because I firmly believe that my qualifications, personality and work experience make me the ideal candidate.
A multitude of events have affected my life, but not all of them have been accomplishments, some have been hardships that have changed my character greatly. When I was fourteen, just a few days after Christmas, my father collapsed at work and was rushed to the hospital. There, doctors discovered that he had a brain tumor which had been pressing on his brain stem, ultimately leading to his seizure. Over the past few years, he has gone through a cycle of treatment and remission, all the while experiencing a steep decline in mental health. With everything my parents were going through, I found myself being forced into adulthood much faster than I ever anticipated, before I even had a driver’s license. Instead of worrying about midterms, I found
I was born on September 17th, 1978 at Cedar Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA. My Parents, Raul and Mirta Pascual, had immigrated from Argentina a few years before I was born. We were living in La Puente, CA when I was born, but when I was about two years old we moved to San Dimas, CA. While Living In San Dimas, CA I attended Gladstone Elementary School, Lone Hill Intermediate School and San Dimas High School, where I graduated in 1997.
Emergency medical technicians are licensed and/or certified health-care providers that are out-of-hospital. They immediately respond to the scene of an emergency, assess the safety hazards of the scene, and transport patients to institutions. (Beck, 2013) An emergency medical technician-paramedic takes on the additional tasks of giving medication and using various complex equipment. The competence and hasty reactions of EMTs can save the lives of patients and get them to the emergency room physician. Although education differs state to state, every emergency medical technician-paramedic must receive a high school diploma or GED and become certified for cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). (“Emts and paramedics,” 2014) They must also
D-EMS is a volunteer-based, student-run organization that provides emergency care to people in the Dartmouth Community. As a certified-EMT I work for D-EMS by taking shifts (about 8hrs) every week, and while on shift, I take the call. During the calls, I along with my crew do patient assessments, take vital sign, and perform the necessary intervention required by the patients' signs and symptoms. I love being a part of D-EMS because I have wanted to work as an EMT for a long time. Since I want to become a doctor, I feel that experience in Emergency Medicine will teach me to be able to think creatively and efficiently when faced with a problem. EMTs need to create solutions even when they do not have sufficient supply. Since I wish to aspire to return to work in less developed countries, my home country and do medical reform. I think participation in Dartmouth EMS and further EMT experience will enable me to become the type of person to create solutions to such a medically deficient nation. I addition to loving the work that I do with D-EMS, I love being able to give back to the Dartmouth
EMS services have been around for quite some time, but during the 1960’s it had more of an interest. “The evolution of the emergency medical services system in the United States accelerated rapidly between 1960 and 1973 as a result of a number of medical, historical, and social forces.” (Manish N. Shah, 414). The field that I am interested in is Health and with in the field of Health I want to investigate and focus on an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician). The reason for this is because this is a field I am actively interested in and want to make a career out of in my future. EMT, paramedic and firefighters are part of a 911 dispatch call that will be there with in minutes and have the ability to save and better the patients life on the scene
My name is Dalal Sadik and I am currently a student at Fanshawe College enrolled in the Office Administration-Medical program. I am currently seeking a full time position to pay for the cost of tuition. I saw your job listing for the position of Administrative Assistant and I am very interested in the opportunity.
For my senior project, I chose to participate in the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) class at Mendocino College. The reason I chose this class is because I began my Senior year of high school knowing I wanted to attain a job in the medical field. My first instinct was to become a Registered Nurse but that was my ultimate goal. And to achieve that goal first things first I knew I need to get my feet wet. I was intrigued to study emergency medicine because every day is different and you never know what emergency you might come upon. Patients and families are counting on you to help them in possibly worst time of their life. Patients are scared and so are families and you are the first to see the patient before they are
My long term goal after graduation with my Emergency Medical Technician Certificate, I planned to further my education, by getting Associate Degree in Paramedicine at Tarrant County College. I want to help provide urgent patient care in ambulance services, ER’s, and health centers. This is without a doubt the right vocation for me. I am passionate about working with this selected group. I have a special place in my heart for provide efficient life support and first aid treatment to patients in emergency situation. However, what I can do is take the necessary steps to become an accomplished medical technician. This will enable me to help the victim survive the circumstances as best as they can. In order for me to succeed in my endeavors, I realize
Working in an emergency room can be challenging and very high pace working environment. My job is consists of stocking supplies, helping nurses and doctors one on one, helping patients when they need assistants, and check patients in. It also depends on the mood of the nurses and doctors which makes it a fun environment to work in, but there is times I ask myself “Have I made a mistake being an ER tech?”.
I have been an Administrative Assistant for over 30 years, since I graduated with an Associates in Secretarial Science – this was a blessings to be hired in my field of study. However, when I relocated to Florida it took me an entire year to be hired as an Administrative Assistant and though it took such a long time, it was worth the wait. I went straight to being the assistant to the second in charge of the company. However, after two satisfying years of service there, I was let go, and though I did not understand the reason, I did not question God. You see, I knew that if God allowed this to happen, then I though He must have something better in mind for me. Fortunately for me, during the year I was waiting to be employed, I took a course and was successful in receiving a license to be a Certified Nurse Assistant. That
It was very exciting to see the Administrative Secretary job posting last spring at Twindly Bridge Charter School! Then I was even more excited to receive a phone call from Mr. Weetman offering the position. Now, I’m ever more engaged and everyday amazed by the dedicated families of Twindly Bridge.