Clinical Perfusionist CV

Clinical Perfusionists are healthcare professionals who are state-certified to operate external cardiopulmonary machines to maintain this function while patients undergo open heart surgery involving heart transplants or valve bypass.  These machines take over these functions to sustain the patient’s life when the patient’s heart is deliberately stopped to facilitate surgical treatment.

Certified Clinical Perfusionist CV Format


Joseph E. Paredez

Broad St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Phone:  (215) 724-8933

Career Objective

To work as a Clinical Perfusionist in a private hospital with focus on cardiopulmonary surgical services

Professional Experience

2004 – Present:  Clinical Perfusionist, Cardiology Dept., Good Samaritan, LA

  • Prepare and operate the hospital’s cardiopulmonary bypass appliances during open heart or lung surgery
  • Coordinate with cardiologists and finalize any special procedures specified for the team in undertaking open heart surgery.


1998 – 2004:  Pediatric Nurse, Good Samaritan Hospital, LA

  • Provide nursing care to the hospital’s pediatric ward and infant care unit.
  • Assist the Ob/Gyne in caesarian and normal delivery
  • Supervise and mentor incoming intern nurses in the pediatric section.

Skills and Qualification

  • Passed the exams administered by the American Board of Cardiovascular to become a certified perfusionist
  • Passed the NCLEX to become a Registered Nurse in the state of Tennessee in 1998 and Pennsylvania in 2004
  • Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills


Received hospital management citations in 2003 and 2007 for dedicated patient care excellence and perfect attendance



1998 – Present:  Continuous in-hour training on emergent heath care trends

1995 – 1998:  BS in Nursing, Vanderbilt University, Tennessee

Professional and Character References

To be furnished upon request

Category: Medical CV

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