Before being introduced into the medical field, I had always seen myself as an engineer. Growing up I was fascinated by how everything worked. When something would break down I would be the first with a screw driver in my hand ready to take it apart. Of course being at such a young age, I would often worsen the situation than fix it, but the thrill and excitement from fixing a broken object meant the world to me. I thought becoming an engineer was my lifelong passion.
As a thirty six year old adult my focus has shifted towards my career aspirations over
I'm Itza Castro. I am a registered nurse and am currently in my final semester of the family nurse practitioner program. I have worked in many adult acute care settings. Previous to this, I worked on a health prevention grant for the California Department of Health known as Nutrition, Education, and Obesity Prevention (NEOP) Program. As a nurse practitioner I hope to work in the community to help improve health literacy and promote health and wellness to individuals of all backgrounds and ages.
“Letto diciassette!” I froze at the sound of “bed seventeen,” and watched with horror as the Italian nurse ran into my grandmother’s hospital room. The monitors were beeping out of control, yet my heart seemed to be beating even faster and louder. I stood at the end of the dimly lit hall, shaking and unable to move. A health care provider spotted me standing there, desperate, alone, and vulnerable, and made her way over to comfort me. The feelings I experienced next were what I remember most when I look back on that dark and gloomy day in Italy. ***The feelings of hope, reassurance and genuine kindness. The feeling that a missing piece of my heart had been put back where it belonged. That is what I remember most and that is the role I want
My passion for medicine continues to grow with each patient that I’ve had the privilege of caring for through shadowing, volunteering and my job as a CNA. Being my grandma’s translator has inspired me to pursue a career as a physician assistant, and beyond becoming a physician assistant, I aspire to practice in underserved populations so that everyone has an equal opportunity to access the health care they need.
My career commitment as a nurse has grown tremendously over the past three years; through my daily experiences as a Medical Assistant. I have devoted my time as a full time student and employee of the health care profession. Both of these occupations have helped shape me into the person I want to be for as long as time allows. Daily I witness these community role models that posses abilities such as problem solving skills, promotion and protection of an individual’s advocacy all tied in with compassion to meet the health care needs of an individual.
I am writing this easy to tell my plans after graduating from high school are to, Go to a two year college at Bossier Parish Community College.And I will taking Physical Therapist Assistant. Knowing math will help me in this field because in this that field you have to know math and science. Even though that math is hard for me and it is not easy to do i need to learn how to do it. In the following paragraph i will discuss how knowing math will help you in the medical field.
The primary reason you should hire me an entry-level Certified Medical Assistant is because I have a repertoire of skills that would benefit the medical practice. First of all, I took “Computer Applications” in my senior year of high school and allows me to comprehend computer programs and functions. Due to my background with computer programming, learning to use the EMR programming would be an easy transition for me. Another great benefit for the office, is that I have vast experience in customer service and secretarial duties. I am comfortable with answering phone calls, conversing with patients, working with computer programming, and so much more. Not only am I knowledgeable of secretarial responsibilities, I’m also multi-lingual. My nationality
It is important to become nationally credentialed medical assistant for many reasons. The main reason is reassurance in the field or career. You go to school and get recognized for what you have learned and been trained on. By this not only will the health practice or coworkers you work for will be able to trust you fully on your responsibility as a medical assistant, but the patients will also be able trust you with their health. It will also help you feel more comfortable on performing the duties without being supervised at all times. Without a doubt employability and pay will also can play an important role. When listing your certification on your resume they will be higher chances of getting called for an interview and the pay will be higher due to the education or training you will have.
Science and medicine has always fascinated me and has been interesting to be since my education started as a child. All my cousins used to play video games, playing house, playing cards, but instead I always forced everyone on pretending my patients and me treating them and caring for them as a doctor. I also wanted my family members to act if they were sick and they needed help. As time passed, I no longer had to play as it was the reality now and they really now needed help. I have witnessed my family members, my grandmother who passed away due to heart attack at an early age, my other grandmother who currently is sick, my grandfather who passed away also due to heart attack.
Before I enrolled in the medical assisting program at Milan Institute, I was working as a medication technician. I decided to go back to school to provide a better future for myself and family. While in the program, there were many times when I wanted to quit but, my support team is very strong and wouldn’t let me.
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.
“Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life. “ Those words, spoken by Confucius, represent the goal of not only mine, but many others when it comes to finding your true calling. The voyage to find your purpose in life can be quite difficult. Often times this journey proves too challenging and forces an individual to give up all together and instead settle for something easier to obtain and inferior to their original goal. This can commonly lead to feelings of unfulfillment and regret in the choices you have made. It’s not until you find your true calling that you go from thinking about your job as something that you have to do to something that you love doing.
Ever since I was a little girl, I have been interested in the field of medicine. Specifically, I want to be a Physician Assistant and work in a Pediatric Hospital. My Mother is a huge influence on my choice to pursue this career. She was a Firefighter and a Paramedic but recently decided to go back to college for a Bachelors in Psychology to become a Physical Therapist. An area of specialization in medicine that interests me is Emergency Pediatric Care. This area interests me because I love children and want to be able to help kids who have been ill or injured. When I was younger, I went to the hospital with my younger cousin Kylie. She suffers from cerebral palsy and I remember watching the doctors taking care and making sure Kylie was comfortable
JONES, Shanna (Aide), was interviewed by BEEKMAN, Kiana and WRAY, Brian (MFCU Investigators). JONES having been previously advised of the purpose of the interview voluntarily provided the following information in regard to PHIPPS, Charlie (Recipient) and TAYLOR, James (Target/Aide).