Clerk, Medical Office, Cashier, Clerical

Regina Fahnestock

Cell: 602-715-4014   email:

I am interested in securing a permanent position where my educational background
and skilled experience makes me a competitive candidate.  I can offer a genuinely unique and variable

My attendance, reliability and dependability has always been exceptional.  A problem solver skilled in accomplishing
tasks with a team player directive with little or no supervision.  I am detail oriented, resourceful and skilled
at learning quickly.  I have greeted, interacted and communicated with individuals from varying backgrounds

My enlistment time in the United States Army allowed me to fine tune my skills, to
further develop as a leader and strengthened my “can-do” attitude.  It was truly a memorable and exciting

I look forward to meeting with you to further discuss the available opportunities
with your organization.  Please feel free
to contact me at 602-715-4014.

Respectfully submitted,

Regina Fahnestock


Strong organizational, supervisory, administrative, medical, clerical, and computer
skills with attention to detail.  A creative and organized individual who is an experienced                                                                                       and goal-oriented professional with high ambition to succeed
in any given environment. Extensive experience in Microsoft Word, Lotus 123,
WordPerfect and various Windows based programs, with a typing speed of 58wpm
and a 97% accuracy.  Proficient in all office machines, medical records and personnel records,                                                                            adhering to confidentiality and HIPPA laws.  Motivated and willing to learn, with excellent                                                                             interpersonal communication and management skills.


Customer Service Representative - Consumer Cellular, Inc., Phoenix, Arizona

Jan 2011 to Feb 2012 - Answered
incoming sales calls for cellular service. 
Data entry of service changes or payments over the phone for current and
new cellular service.


Administrative Assistant – Equal Employment Opportunity
Commission, Phoenix, Arizona

Aug 2008 to
Sept. 2010 - Worked
part-time through AARP, providing administrative and clerical duties for all
office personnel in the Phoenix District Office, Denver Field Office and
Albuquerque Area Office. Ordered and distributed supplies and equipment
individuals in District, Area and Field offices.  Transcribed taped investigative interviews.  Organized and issued federal ID’s and badges
to new employees.  Copied, scanned and filed
various documents.  Setup various spreadsheets
and databases.  Packaged and mailed
outgoing items to individuals and offices. 
Sorted and distributed packages/mail/faxes as well as stamped all
outgoing mail.  Set up, organized and updated
personnel files and travel expenses for employees. 


Convenience Store Clerk – Gate Petroleum,
Greensboro, NC

Dec 2001 to
Jan 2003 - Worked
stocking shelves and performed cashier duties.


Administrative Assistant – Executive Records Services,
Orlando, Florida

Sept 2001 to Jan
2003 - Ensured
all medical records were processed per state statutes, agency policy and HIPPA
compliance.  Ordered supplies for office
and field staff.  Sorted and distributed
packages/mail/faxes as well as +

all outgoing mail.  Collected from
Attorneys and clients.  Established a
collection format and prepay status through a computer system exclusive to
Executive Records Services.  Compiled a
book of state statues for field staff in the various facility locations.


Medical Assistant Supervisor – Drs. Pascarella, Hoover,
& Finkelstein DPM, Altamonte
  Springs, Florida

June 1993 to
Aug 2001- Supervised
11 employees in 7 offices for 7 doctors. 
Processed disability forms for Workman’s Compensation and insurance
companies.  Filled in for absent
employees in all 7 offices.  Assisted
doctors in office surgeries and nursing home visits.  Performed venipuncture, vitals and
injections, including local anesthetics. 
Monitored all controlled medications and samples.  Assisted indigent patients in procuring
medications through pharmaceutical companies. 


Medical Assistant – Dr. James Baker, FAACS, Winter Park, Florida

Jan 1993 to
June 1993 - Assisted
in all office surgeries and procedures. 
Instructed patient in pre-op and post operative care.  CPT/ICD9 coding.


Medical Assistant – Dr. Jeffrey Rocker, DO, Oviedo, Florida

Jan 1992 to
Jan 1993 - Assisted
in all office procedures and medical duties. 


Bookkeeper – Walker Construction, Piqua, Ohio

May 1985 to
June 1992 - Worked
part-time preparing accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll.  Typed proposals and sorted mail.



Emergency Medical Technician – Shelby County Life Squad, Piqua,

1981 to May 1984 - First responder to emergency scenes in Shelby County,
Ohio.  Arranged various training meetings
through the local utility companies and Fire Departments.  Trained in large disaster situations and
hazardous materials safety.  Certified to
assist medical personnel on CareFlight helicopter rescue. 





Nursing  – Edison State Community College, Piqua, Ohio

 Attended 1988-1989


United States Army - enlisted 1984

- Honorable Discharge


EMT – State of Ohio – Montgomery County JVS

rescue training – Electrical, river, farm, large disaster, hazardous materials
and medical helicopter certified.





Gray – Phoenix District Resource Manager – Equal Employment Opportunity

            Phoenix District Office Supervisor


Cruz – Investigator – Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

            Phoenix District Office Co-worker










  • ID#: 79150
  • Location: Phoenix, AZ , 85015

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