Medical Transcriptionist Resume Sample

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MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTIONIST

Career opportunity from home and/or healthcare base

"... has superior skills. She would be an asset to any healthcare facility in need of conscientious transcription preparation. Please consider her a strong candidate for such work."
- Diana Baker, M.S., Graduate Counselor, MPP

PROFILE

Experienced in taking authentic physician dictation from all medical specialties, combined with comprehensive self-paced curriculum designed and evaluated by CMTs, physicians and educational experts. Thorough knowledge of medical terminology complemented by a talent for excellent spelling and grammar. Maintain a high degree of accuracy. Proficient in MS Word. Own necessary equipment and reference materials to work from home.

EDUCATION

MED PERFORMA PROFESSIONS, Ft. Worth, TX

2002
Graduate: Medical Transcription Course, Minor: Final Score: 97%
• Competently transcribe, proofread and edit complex technical and medical reports for a broad range of clinical specialties and departments using machine dictation and word processing equipment. Create permanent patient records documenting patient care and medical treatments/procedures.

COMPREHENSIVE AREAS OF CONCENTRATION

Transcription Practicum (240 hours)
General Medicine (160 hours)
• Dermatology
• Neurology
• Ophthalmology
• Cardiology
• Immunology
• Psychiatry
• Pulmonary
• Medicare
• Gastroenterology
• Urology
• OB-GYN & Pediatrics
• Endocrinology

Surgery (48 hours,) Radiology (16 hours,) Pathology (16 hours)
• ...in addition to transcription covering physicians with foreign accents, doctor's office and hospital transcription, research techniques, and medical report formatting (Operative Reports, Chart Notes, Discharge Summaries, etc.)

Medical Terminology
• Medical term formation (3,500+ word parts)
• Prefixes, suffixes, & root words
• Specialty equipment, procedures, medications & tests

Anatomy & Physiology Terms
• Body landmarks and divisions
• Body cavities
• Cells, tissues & organ systems
• Disease processes

English Language
• Punctuation & capitalization
• Medical plurals
• Grammar & editing
• Acronyms and eponyms
• Numbers & symbols

EXPERIENCE

St. Cloud, MN
PART-TIME HOME-BASED OFFICE WORK & FULL-TIME PARENTING

1998 - Present

Minnesota Workforce Center
Job Placement Transcriptionist
• Transcribed documentation of client's job searches. Interacted extensively with job placement counselors.

1995 - 1996

Clerical Support: Ajax Printing
• Assisted General Manager with proofreading, budgeting, and production of various reports.

ADVANCE TECHNOLOGIES, Monticello, MN
Accounting Manager
• Managed small office and accounting functions for a progressively growing company: Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Payroll, and Human Resources Insurance & Benefits administration.
• Served on ISO 9000 team to research, document and train on procedures; and later perform audits.

1980 - 1998

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