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CLAUDIA C.

NWADINOBI
3600 Rosewood St.
Apt# 1407
Houston,Tx 77004
Email: c.nwadinobi@yahoo.com
Cell phone#: 713-252-3274
Objective
To demonstrate and achieve excellence within the highest capacity of professional healthcare
with proven
strengths in patient care, cardiac arrhythmic interpretations, pharmacy apprenticeship , and
health care administration.

Proficiencies/Skills
-Exceptional capacity to multitask: manage numerous tasks, often completing priorities with ease
while
fostering the provision of superior care.

-EKG administration and lead placement

-Book keeping, Payroll, electronic time-keeping (KRONOS)

-Knowledgeable and skillful with the preparation of medications, IV preparation, unit-dose cart fill and
exchange, and stocking and inventory.

-Demonstrated ability to lead and motivate outstanding health care teams that provide top quality
patient care.

-Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills, accuracy in patient history, charting and
other
documentation.

-Familiar with medical terminology and yearly JHACO compliances.

-Ability to work well under pressure.

Education
Michael E. Debakey High School for Health Professions- 1998-2001, HS Diploma
Texas Southern University- 2001-2005,
SUNY Upstate Medical University – 2006-2008,
Touro College of Pharmacy – 2008 – 2009, PharmD candidate
Texas Southern University College of Pharmacy – 2009 – present, PharmD candidate

Professional Experience
Kinney Drugs Pharmacy Pharmacy Tech ( July 2007 – October 2008) Syracuse, NY
-Responsible for preparing medications, drug inventory, stocking meds , insurance verifications
etc.

St. Joseph’s Hospital Telemetry Tech II (June 2006 – June 2008) Syracuse, NY
-Monitor patients' EKG waveforms in a centralized computer monitoring station along with other techs.
Responsible for interpreting hear rhythms, billing patients, maintaining telemetry stock and reporting to
residents , and charge nurse.
Texas Specialty Hospital Monitor Technician (August 2004-August 2006) Houston, Tx
-Responsible for recording patient heart arrhythmias, billing, reporting to nursing staff and
attaching holter monitors to patients being transferred from the facility.

Texas Children's Hospital Monitor Technician (Aug 2003- July 2004) Houston , Tx
- Usual tasks required proper knowledge of heart arrhythmias , Holter monitor, EKG strips and
unrecognizable abnormalities. Also required knowledge of proper code calling procedures and
documentation.

St. Joseph’s Hospital Library Asst. (Jan. 1997- May 1999)


-Filing, completion of unit census reports, data entry and logging of medical annals/journals along
with
daily patient assessments.

Licensure and Certifications


- CPR and First Aid
- Certified Administrative Secretary
- Home health Aid (Nurse Tech)
- OSHA certified
References furnished upon request.