CYNTHIA M. HEWITT
11204 Baumler Pl, Louisville Kentucky
40291, (910) 703-1511
Medical Laboratory Scientist
2013-2015 Bachelors of Science in Medical Laboratory Science from University of
Kentucky. Certification in Medical Laboratory Scientist (ASCP).
2015 Participated as a student intern at the Lexington Kentucky Veterans hospital.
Successfully completed all four mandatory clinical rotations in order to complete my degree.
2016-current: MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST: Provides services of both a technical and non-technical
nature in the laboratory service areas. Performs routine and complex lab tests in the endocrinology
department to provide physicians with rapid and accurate laboratory test results. Duties include
preparation of specimens for processing in the laboratory; performance of waived, moderate, and highly
complex analytical process; establishing performing and documenting quality assurance, quality control,
and equipment maintenance; recognizing problems and identifying causes; developing alternatives and
determining solutions; confirming and verifying results through an in-depth knowledge of techniques,
principles, and instruments; correlating and interpreting data based on knowledge of factors affecting
test results; data handling and input.
2011-2012: MEDIC/ CLINIC TECHNICIAN: As a medic, I was assigned to Robinson Clinic at
FT. Bragg providing medical care for all soldiers in my brigade. I worked directly under a
Physician’s Assistant. My duties included managing patient charts, scheduling, diagnostics, and
assisting in localized medical procedures.
2009-2011: MEDIC IN BRIGADE MEDICAL COMPANY: As a medic in my battalion, I trained as a
part of a medical company in the rapid deployment of aid stations and treatment of casualties in a field
environment. I served in both ambulance evacuation and treatment platoons. During this time, I
conducted multiple live tissue trauma training classes in preparation for my brigades deployment to
Iraq. In spring 2010, my brigade was deployed to Haiti as part of a humanitarian relief force following
an earthquake. During my four month deployment, I was stationed at the main treatment hospital for the
capital city, Port au Prince. I assisted doctors and nurses with the medical treatment of severe injuries
including, amputations, terminal diseases, and gunshot wounds. My job required the ability to follow
orders and operate as a part of a larger team. Additionally, I was required to act decisively to situations
that were life and death in nature.
2008-2009: SOLDIER: During this time, I received my training as a medic and paratrooper in order to
be a fully operational medic in the 82nd Airborne Division.
Four months conducting humanitarian aid missions in Haiti following an earth quake in
Observed and assisted in numerous trauma and surgical operations
EMT Certified (currently out of date)
CPR Certified (currently out of date)
68W Army Combat Medic School
Possessed Security Clearance (secret)