Curriculum Vitae by LCWJ40O


									                              Angela B. Bray PA-C
                             1055 Candlewood Circle, Pensacola, FL 32514

                                      850-982-3767        cell

I would like to submit my CV for a quick introduction, to a varied medical background.

Twenty-three years ago I began the medical field as a vital signs technician for a medical
research firm then started an EMT course in 1989 then Paramedic School graduate in 1992 to
Corpsman to Marine Corpsman to PA-C running the night shift ICU in Iraq, back home
pain management, family practice and then back to war in Afghanistan locals adult and
child medicine.

Currently I am working two part time jobs: Emergency Department “fast track” and
Internal Medicine house calls for incapacitated patients.

My civilian and military background is evidence of the variety and dedication needed in
medicine. The long version of my resume covers the extracurricular events that have been
tucked in for the “lighter side of life”.

I appreciate the time you’ve taken to brief at my CV, and look forward to including this in
my experience list of my career.

Thank You in advance for the time you have spent.

ABBray PA-C, MPAS                                 A.B.Bray                   850-982-3767
Angela B. Bray PA-C
(850) 982-3767

Civilian Work History
4/2010 – Present Comfort Care Medical Group: Physician Assistant visiting incapacitated home bound
patients for internal medicine house calls. H &P’s, Procedures, Diagnostics, Evaluation and treatments.

11/2009 – Present Sacred Heart Emergency Room: PRN shifts, Fast Track Unit called EmergiCare Unit.
Performing H&P treating acute trauma, illnesses and dental emergencies. Procedures and diagnostics.

06/2007 – 11/2009 Veteran Administration Health Systems: Physician Assistant in the Compensation and
Pension department. Reviewing, evaluating and defining acute verses chronic illness and injury.

01/2005 - 6/2006 Century Family Practice and After-hours Urgent Care Clinic. Part-time Employment.
Physician Assistant. 7600 Mayo St, Century, FL 32535
Two Provider Clinic, Duties include: Assessing, Diagnosing, managing, and treating acute and chronic
illnesses for pediatric, adult and the geriatric population. As well as encouraging health maintenance and
promotion in a rural and underserved area. Obtaining medical histories and physicals a wide range of age
groups children to the geriatric population with autonomy and excellent support.

10/2004-5/2007 Complete Pain Management. Part-time Employment. Physician Assistant. 545 Brent Lane,
Pensacola, FL
Two-provider clinic, Duties include: New patient assessments- history and physicals, diagnosis and treatment.
Initially tasks included CESI, LESI, SI injection series as well as trigger point injections.

9/1999-2/2000 Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital. Urgent Care Clinic. Physician Assistant. Binghamton, NY.
Position Eliminated under good terms.
Two-provider clinic, Duties include: history and physical, assessment, diagnosis and treatment. Responsible
for suturing wounds, debridement, splinting and casting, prescribing treatments and medications pertinent to
visit and formularies; Ordering evaluating and interpreting diagnostic studies (i.e. labs and X-ray).

Military Work History
7/1993 – 9/2010 U.S. Navy, Medical Service Corps, Physician Assistant, Various Locations. Retired.
Provide comprehensive health care (Acute/Chronic illness, Health Maintenance and Health Promotion) to active
duty and their family members and other eligible beneficiaries. Obtain medical histories and physicals on
dependants (from two month old children to the geriatric population) and retired veterans. Teaching residents
and medical students hands-on procedural skills including performing minor surgical procedures; EIC, Basal &
Squamous Cell excisional biopsies and endometrial biopsies. Providing Health Maintenance as a goal in care.
Prescribing medications, dietitian counseling, physical therapy referrals and other treatment modalities. Preceptor
for Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant and Medical students.
     Collateral Duties:
     Afghanistan Native Medicine Deployment.
     Lecturer at the Diabetes Home Management Class/Survival Skills Course, “Long-Term Complication of
     ICU night coverage for Fleet Hospital Three (FH3) during Operation Enduring/Iraq Freedom. (Kuwait and
     Smallpox Response Team – Fleet Hospital Representative compiling response team personnel for training
       and vaccination administration
     Peer Review Committee.
     Research for Pediatric Optimization from like-sized facilities and communities.
     EMS Assistant to Department Head (Acting Interim Department Head of the DOD EMS May 02 – Nov 02,
       Assistant to present)                                         A.B.Bray                                850-982-3767
     Fleet Hospital Provider – Specialty Treatment deployment and change of job scope.

9/1994-3/2000 US Navy Reserve, 4th Marine Division 8th Tanks Battalion, Headquarters and Support. Fleet
Marine Force (FMF) Corpsman.
4th Marine Division 8th Tanks Battalion, Headquarters and Support. Fleet Marine Force (FMF) Corpsman.
Field Corpsman and training petty officer for the duty corpsman. Created and evaluated mock injury scenarios
during exercises. Directed the remedial weight management and fitness training program for the Marines:

Other Work History
11/2008-05/2009 National Registry EMT instructor. Central Texas College Europe branch. Teaching civilians and
military members while deployed National Registry Emergency Medical Technician.
7/2000 Seabee Unit 414 - Job site safety officer and assist the training department with updates to the Seabee
Automated Mobile Management (SAMMS) system. Annual Training (AT).
5/2000 Guest lecturer at Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY. Orthopedic Review Seminar for the Master’s
program of Physician Assistants.

National Commission Certification of Physician Assistants #1042108
Florida (PA 9102817) Medical Board Licensed
Advance Cardiac Life Support – 4/2012
Basic Life Support since 1989

Membership and Professional Associations
American Academy of Physician Assistants, Fellow
Florida Academy of Physician Assistant
Daughters of American Revolution - Recognized 1996
American Academy University Women - Current
Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society - Recognized 1996

University of Nebraska, Masters in Physician Assistant Science, August 2008.
Harrington University Masters of Science, Health Care Administration, May 2000
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), B.Sc.-Physician Assistant, May 1999
Rochester Institute of Technology, Health Systems Administration Certificate, Mar 1999
Finger Lakes Community College (FLCC), Associates in Science, Canadaigua, NY May 1996
Austin Community College (ACC), Associate Health Science-Paramedic Technology, May 1992

     Homestead Farmer – consumer of all naturally home grown meats and vegetables, current
     RIT - Varsity Crew Team, President of Veterans Club, Financial Committee for the Physician Assistant
        Student Association, Program Manager and Communications Director for the Off Campus Student
        Association, Volunteer in the “Faces of Change” mentoring program.
     FLCC - Varsity Softball Team and Phi Theta Kappa
       “A” School - Educational Petty Officer, Class Honorary, Project White Hat Volunteer
     ACC - Committee of Allied Health Education Administration, Wilderness Rescue Texas State
        Competition- Team Captain, President of the Student Paramedic Association.

Other Education Related Activities
PA Internship 1999 –   Eight Standard Rotations:
                         Orthopedic Surgery, Family Medicine, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics,
                         General Surgery, OB/GYN Women Health, Psychiatry.

                         Two elective rotations: Cardiology and Hematology/Oncology.                                         A.B.Bray                               850-982-3767

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