Healthcare Resume Format and Example

By | March 11, 2010

Healthcare Resume

 

For a healthcare provider, before writing your resume you should first know which field of healthcare you want to enter.

Healthcare is a very diverse field, and knowing what field you will enter beforehand may help you create a more organized and effective resume.

When you write down your healthcare career objectives use well-worded statements that would show your interest and motivation in pursuing this career position.

In your summary of qualifications for this job, your main qualifications should be impressively presented. This section of your resume should attract the attention of employers.

Also, your choice of words should be more or less business oriented. Include pertinent technical skills you have. Make sure to enumerate licenses you have obtained. The use of words like “patient care”, “nutrition”, “therapy”, “treatment”, and “medicine” may also attract the attention of companies. Make sure that the listed skills are relevant to the field.

The job experience section should contain your key accomplishments during your work as healthcare provider, and their importance to the companies you have worked for.

Lastly, keep your resume free from clutter and make sure that important information is easily spotted. This will help attract the attention of the person who will read it.

Healthcare Resume Format and Example

Jerry K. Ludwig

4664 Moonlight Drive

Hopewell (mercer), NJ 08525

Phone: 609-667-9309

Email Address: JerryKLudwig@signed-first-edition.com

EXPERIENCE

TRENTON PUBLIC HOSPITAL, Trenton, NJ

Senior Director, Emergency Psychiatric Services (8/03-Present)

  • Responsible for coordinating day-to-day activities of psych services.
  • Directly managed 15 full-time personnel and 25 part-time staff.
  • Managed the budget planning process, revising as necessary throughout the year.
  • Prepared an emergency-preparedness plan and disaster recovery plan.

Director, Clinical Services (9/99-8/03)

  • Supervise emergency services, outpatient services, the children’s program and a drug-rehabilitation therapy program.
  • Manage a $5 Million Operating Budget and approve all capital expenses.
  • Provide mental health facility care of 200 active patients.
  • Supervise 40 clinical, administrative, and staff employees.

CHANCELLOR’S HOSPITAL, Trenton, NJ

Director, Clinical Services (8/93 -9/99)

  • Supervise emergency services, outpatient services, the children’s program and a drug-rehabilitation therapy program.
  • Manage a $5 Million Operating Budget and approve all capital expenses.
  • Provide mental health facility care of 200 active patients.
  • Supervise 40 clinical, administrative, and staff employees.

Director, Emergency Psychiatric Services (1/88 – 8/93)

  • Responsible for coordinating day-to-day activities of psych services.
  • Directly managed 15 full-time personnel and 25 part-time staff.
  • Managed the budget planning process, revising as necessary throughout the year.
  • Prepared an emergency-preparedness plan and disaster recovery plan.

Director of Childcare Programs (3/86 – 1/88)

  • Oversee treatment activities for 50 terminally ill children housed in the inpatient ward.
  • Coordinated specialist treatment and scheduled operations.
  • Responsible for hiring staff and determining compensation.

EDUCATION

  • The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
  • Master’s Degree In Counseling 1985
  • The College of New Jersey, Ewing, NJ
  • Bachelors Degree in Psychology, 1983
  • Graduated Phi Beta Kappa

PERSONAL

Enjoy running, painting and the New Jersey Nets

REFERENCES

Furnished upon request.

 

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Health Care Resumes

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