Resume.matthew hambletonpdf
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

Resume.matthew hambletonpdf

on

  • 684 views

Resume

Resume

Statistics

Views

Total Views
684
Views on SlideShare
681
Embed Views
3

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
4
Comments
0

2 Embeds 3

https://www.linkedin.com 2
http://www.linkedin.com 1

Accessibility

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Resume.matthew hambletonpdf Document Transcript

  • 1. Matthew D. Hambleton, MSA, AT, ATC121 E. Jolly Rd. D3 Lansing, MI 48910 (517) 449-1835 mhambletonatc@hotmail.comACCOMPLISHED HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL AND ADMINISTRATOR Licensed and certified healthcare professional with 12 years of combined, commensurate education and experience seeking an opportunity to take initiative, advance, and promote the goals and mission statement of an exceptional healthcare organization. Lead author of healthcare study, presently in publication process, concluding the implementation specific preventative measures could simultaneously create over 700 self sustaining jobs while saving the state of Michigan and healthcare insurance companies as much as $23,042,981 per year in healthcare costs.PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Orthopaedic Rehab Specialists, P. C. Jackson, Michigan Athletic Trainer, January 2000 – April 2008. Head of Jackson area high school sports medicine programs chosen to prevent, treat, and reduce sports related injuries. Leader of sports medicine division in producing patient referrals and profits for private healthcare clinic while challenged to proficiently manage a sports medicine program despite a limited budget. Developed and won school support for implementing a curriculum approved sports medicine program where students are granted class credit toward graduation. Directed, organized, and trained 30+ students per year enrolled in one of the largest sports medicine programs in the state. Effective in avoiding all actual or potential litigation threats due in part to diligence of detailed evaluations, treatments, referrals, and proper medical documentation and administration of all injuries and medical aspects. Entrusted to build rapport and confidence with area physicians and other medical professionals. Able to effectively engage in conflict resolution while engaged in delicate disputes. Southwest Little League Incorporated Jackson, Michigan Director of Safety, November 2003 – 2005. Produced and presented “A Safety Awareness Program” safety plan and manual to the forty-team membership of Southwest Little League officials of Little League Baseball Incorporated resulting in reduced insurance premiums for the organization. Physiotherapy Associates Lansing, Michigan Athletic Trainer, January 2001 – July 2002. Supervised, administered, and led numerous patients concurrently through their variant exercise rehabilitation plans in a fast paced clinic environment. Community Choice Michigan Okemos, Michigan Medical Insurance Processor, May 2000 – January 2001. Processed medical insurance authorization request claims utilizing ICD-9 codes for HMO Medicaid patients. Received delegated authority to formulate judgments to accept or deny insurance claims and to communicate correspondence to physicians’ offices.EDUCATION Central Michigan University Mount Pleasant, Michigan Master of Science in Administration, December 2010 GPA: 3.80 / 4.00 Eastern Michigan University Ypsilanti, Michigan Bachelor of Science in Sports Medicine: Athletic Training, April 2000 GPA: 3.69 / 4.00
  • 2. RELEVANT COURSEWORK Graduate level coursework includes Health Services Administration, Integrative Analysis of Administration, Information Resources Management, Collective Bargaining and Labor Law, Communication in Conflict Management, Financial Management, Research Methods in Administration, Quantitative Applications in Decision Making, Marketing Administration, Public Personnel Administration, Critical Appraisal of Medical Literature and Evidence-Based Medicine, and twenty-four courses in General and Preventative Medicine. Received HIPAA training.NOTABLE CAREER ACHIEVEMENTS AND ACTIVITIES Selected to provide sporting event medical coverage for: NCAA Division 1 Wrestling Championships (nationally televised on ESPN); AAU Folk style Wrestling World Championships; and Tony Dungy’s (NFL Coach of the Super Bowl Champions, Indianapolis Colts) Mighty Men of Valor Youth Football Camps. Leader in the organizing, event planning, and undertaking of the “First Annual High School Sports Medicine Games,” an event which garnered national attention.CONFERENCES AND SEMINARS Concussion: ImPACT on your Mind; ImPACT, The Best Approach to Concussion Management; Concussion in Athletes Seminar; Fundamentals of Spinal Evaluation and Management; Management of Potentially Catastrophic Injuries in Athletics, Sports Medicine Concepts; Perform Better Functional Training Summit; Great Lakes Athletic Trainers’ Association (GLATA) conferences; Michigan Athletic Trainer’ Society (MATS) conferences.PUBLICATIONS Hambleton, M. (2005, September). SOAP notes and H. I. P. Fun. L. S. N. S. NATA News, 35. Hambleton, M. (2004, October). Mobile athletic training room, NATA News, 30. Hambleton, M. (2003, November). Wrestler headgear pad relieves cauliflower ear. NATA News, 32.FEATURED ARTICLES Hunt, V. (2007, November). Games build rapport, impart knowledge. NATA News, 38. Jackson, T. (2006, June). Medicinal purposes. Jackson Citizen Patriot, p. A5. Hunt, V. (2005). Awards pile up across districts. NATA News, 54-55. Pryson, M. (2005, August). Coaches, players, tackle heat concerns. Jackson Citizen Patriot, p. A1. Kissman, T. (2005, July). Fit features. Healthy & Fit, 6. Mundy, C. (2005, July). Athletic trainer at Jackson honored. Jackson Citizen Patriot.HONORS AND AWARDS Michigan High School Athletic Trainer of the Year 2005 “For Exceptional and Unique Contributions to the Profession of Athletic Training within The State of Michigan;” Cambridge Who’ s Who; The National Dean’s List (two) (The country’s top 1% of 1%); Golden Key National Honor Society; Chloe Todd and Elton J. Rynearson Scholarship; EMU Dean’s List (six times); EMU Undergraduate Scholar Awards (two); EMU Academic Excellence Citations (three); Richard Schaible Memorial Scholarship.LICENSE AND CERTIFICATIONS Licensed Athletic Trainer (AT); Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC); CPR; First Aid; Automated External Defibrillator (AED); Advanced Cardiac Life Support; Pediatric Advanced Life Support; Phlebotomist (CLPlb); Health Fitness Instructor; and Michigan High School Athletic Association Body Fat Assessor.Curriculum Vitae and Portfolio available upon request.