Health Care Program Resume
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You will note that in the below given example resume for health care programmer profile, the candidate Glenn T. Robinson, has shared his work experience in an elaborate and well organized manner, enabling employers to easily identify key information. Use of bulleted list also solves the purpose of retaining formal look, and makes the resume legible. You may also observe uniformity of pattern followed and simplicity of the resume, which make it stand out of the lot. Thus, the key to drafting an effective and professional health programmer resume is to keep it precise, simple and concise.
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Health Care Programmer Resume Sample
(A candidate with prior relevant experience) [Chronological]
Glenn T. Robinson
55 S. Bailey Ct.
Baton Rouge, LA 70332
||Professional with eight years experience in the health care industry, including marketing, project management, needs assessment and education. experienced in developing programs and budgets, coordinating and training volunteers, and securing grants. Skilled in media and public relations, including creating brochures and writing press releases. Proficient in computer graphics software.
||Marketing director, Center for Hand and Foot Surgery, Peoria, IL
Developed and maintain referral base of physicians and other health care providers. Develop annual work plan and budget for marketing areas. Orient new staff on office procedures and computerized scheduling system.
- Coordinate and negotiate contracts with managed care networks, resulting in an increased network of care-givers who must meet specific professional standards
- Developed tools for patient satisfaction and outcomes measurement, which has led to three new successful programs to address patient needs
- Serve as primary contact for all media-related and public-awareness projects
- Coordinate support groups and professional education seminars
- Produce flyers and brochures to inform patients and the public about the center's services, and educate the public about qualified health care
|Feb 1990-May 1993
||Vice President, Programs and Services, Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, Illinois Chapter, Peoria, IL
Developed annual objectives and budget for program-related areas. hired and supervised program assistant. Served as primary contact for all media-related projects and press conferences.
- Designed new volunteer recruitment program, which increased the number of volunteers statewide by 40%
- Trained more than 200 volunteer instructors annually for MS programs
- Wrote and edited monthly press releases and quarterly newsletters
- Secured financial underwriting for projects, including annual telethon, which helped finance state education programs, free clinics and special events
|Oct 1987-Feb 1990
Health Education Consultant, Crawford County Health Department, Westin, IL
- Secured grants for and coordinated community health needs assessment, which identified three major areas of concern
- Designed programs to address assessment needs and organized appropriate health education programs and volunteers throughout the county
- Conducted follow-up assessment, which found nearly 75% improvement in two of the identified areas and 55% improvement in the third
||B.A. in Public Health, University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign, IL (1987)
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