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Include These Hospital Porter Skills
- Knowledge of hospital departments and operations
- Emotional stability and stamina
- Infection control and health promotion
- A caring personality and bedside manners
- Being able to witness distressing situations
- Being able to work under pressure
- Time management
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Dear Mr. Piatt:
As a skilled medical professional with solid experience providing comprehensive services and support in hospitals to facilitate patient care, I am pleased to present the enclosed resume. My background and skill set has prepared me to substantially assist Trinity Hospital in meeting and exceeding its healthcare goals.
My experience includes performing a variety of functions and tasks to maintain seamless functioning of busy hospitals while simultaneously ensuring outstanding patient care. From moving patients and equipment and delivering meals to offering emotional support and comforting patients experiencing distress or discomfort, my ability to coordinate hospital equipment/services and enhance patient experiences positions me to excel in this role. Moreover, my superior communication and interpersonal talents are certain to make me an immediate asset to your hospital, as well as to the lives of your patients.
Highlights of my experience include the following:
Serving as a Hospital Porter with St. John’s Medical Center, moving vital and expensive medical equipment and paraphenalia across wards/units/departments swiftly and efficiently, as well as transporting patients from one area to another using wheelchairs, trolleys, and medical beds.
Thriving in continually evolving, varying, and interesting situations and circumstances, calming sometimes difficult and/or obstinate patients and leveraging my compassionate personality to quickly build trust and ease anxieties.
Working in oftentimes physically and emotionally taxing environments, performing additional duties outside of the scope of my normal tasks’such as moving deceased bodies to the mortuary and cleaning hazardous wastes and harmful substances—while ensuring full compliance with all regulations and guidelines.
Demonstrating an unwavering commitment to advancing overall patient health and wellbeing.
With my strong experience in supporting care and treatment for a variety of patient types in busy hospital settings, I am confident in my ability to significantly contribute to your facility. Additionally, my innate sense of advanced responsibility and flexibility will ensure my capacity as a key asset to your team. An opportunity to discuss your need and my qualifications in more detail would be most welcome.
Thank you for your consideration.
William E. Mason