Moodley - Phlebotomist - Pretoria, GP, South Africa

Keith Moodley

Pretoria, GP, South Africa




Ils paramedic and phlebotomist

Work History


Lancet Laboratory

From March 2010

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Phlebotomist taking blood samples

Lancet Laboratory

May 2008 - October 2009

Duration contract 01May 2008 to 31October 2009

Employed at Nu Shifa Hospital as a Phlebotomist taking blood samples for testing, HIV, Uric acid, blood sugar, Mantoux, baby bleeds etc doing Arterial Blood gasses, Bleeding time, injections, short medical test for Insurance companys.

Ambulance Supervisor

Armed Forces Hospiatl -Saudi Arabia

February 2007 - August 2007

Southern Region, Khamish Muyshait.
Duration February 2007 to August 2007
Position Ambulance Supervisor
Reason for Leaving I was forced to resign due to my
mum getting sick.
Type of Procedure Emergency Response
Equipment Used ECG Monitors, Pulse Oximeter,
Mechanical Ventilator, Suction Units,
Ambu. Bags
Rescue Equipment Generators, Lighting equipment
All Holmatro Extrication Equipment

Duties and Responsibilities
Based at Armed Forces Hoospital I had To ensure the smooth running of the ambulance department and base iat King Faisel hospital. I had a data base of 48 staff and 2 Emergency Care Physicians.We had a fleet of 2 Advanced Life Support ambulances and 8 Basic Life support ambulance.The 2 Advanced Life support ambulances were also used for Royal Escort. Once a week we had inservice training where the staff had the opportunity to present a topic which was given by myself.( Arabic & English)I also taught the staff how to extricate patients using basic equipment. I lectured to all new employees

on The Disaster Management of the hospital. represented the hospital on the Disaster committee for the Abha airport and also conducted Emergency Care lectures to the Saudi doctors and nurses on emergency evacuation and triage. Once a month I undertook disaster training for the hospital. I undertook inter hospital transfers with the Royal Saudi Medivac. During emergency I assisted in the Blood Bank and Casuslty.

Emergency Medical Technician-Int

King Fahd Military Medical Complex

January 2001 - January 2005

Dhahran - Saudi Arabia
Duration January 2001 - January 2005
Position Emergency Medical Technician-Int.
Reason for Leaving End of Contract
Type of Procedure Emergency Response
Equipment Used ECG Monitors, Pulse Oximeter,
Mechanical Ventilator, Suction Units,
Ambu. Bags
Rescue Equipment Generators, Lighting equipment
All Holmatro Extrication Equipment

Duties and Responsibilities
KFMMC is a 328 bed hospital in Dharan, Eastern Province.
I worked at King Fahad Hospital as an emergency Medical Technician. We provided an
Emergency services to all the staff and the military staff together with their families on the
Complex. We also responded to all the road traffic accidents in the area. We undertook
All transfers of patients to and from King Fahad either by Saudi Medivac or by road (dead
Body transfer). On a number of occasions I had the honor of escorting the Princes of
Saudi Arabia. We were responsible for stocking of all the ambulance that went to Mecca.
During the War in Iraq we worked round the clock to ensure we had the stock on hand
And vehicles ready for response.
I had the opportunity of designing a Disaster Bus for Mass Casualty Incidents. I also
designed a Mobile Command Centre Unit for the Hospital. Our fleet of vehicles
Comprised of 3 Advanced Life Support Units, 1 Disaster bus, 1 Command Unit
(Communications) and 32 Basic Life Support Ambulances.


Durban Metro Police

Up to February 2008

to date(part time)
Type of procedure Taking blood samples

Senior Emergency Care Practioner

Ambulance and Medical Services

October 1989 - December 2000

Reason for Leaving Contract offered to Saudi Arabia
During my employment I was fortunate enough to work in all divisions viz:

Operational Staff on Ambulance
Attend to emergency calls, stabilize patients and provide transportation to hospital. Includes the use of ECG monitors, resuscitators, suction units and ventilators. The job function entails administration of Intravenous therapy, Nebulising, Thorocenthesis, Cricro thyrothomy, Obstetrics pediatrics and suturing.

Rescue Team Leader
Includes Light and Heavy Motor vehicle accidents, Steep Slope Rescue, High Rise Rescue, Aquatic Rescue & Trench Rescue. I was trained in the use of various extrication equipment and other equipment require by this division.

Helicopter Duties - Air Ambulance (Bell Long Ranger)
Respond to Emergency calls, stabilizing patients as well as providing air transportation when required.
Inter-Hospital transfer were also undertaken. I also worked on the John Rolf Sea Rescue Helicopter.

Paramed Ground Unit
Proceed on outstanding emergency calls when ambulances were not available.
Stabilize the patients and hand them over to the ambulance crew for transportation to hospital.

Metro Control Centre
Receive emergency calls and dispatch these cases to the nearest available ambulance.
Update the Fire Department, South African Police, City Police and other Emergency Services of Incidents.

Vehicle Maintenance Division
Monitor all the Emergency Vehicles (Ambulance & Response Units) and ensure they are serviced and repaired on time. Collision reports of Ambulance and third parties involved in accidents.
Monitoring the fuel and oil used by the ambulances, and marking of all new vehicles.

Hospital Duties
R K Khan Hospital: Assisted in the Maternity Ward
King Edward V111: Assisted in the Casualty and Trauma Units.
King Fahad Military Medical Complex: Assisted in Casualty and Trauma (Saudi Arabia)
Armed Forces Hospital: Assisted in Casualty, Trauma and Blood Bank (Saudi Arabia)

Operational Ambulance Staff

First Aid League

August 1988 - September 1989

Reason for Leaving Promoted to NPA Staff

Qualifications & Certifications


College of Emergency Care


Clairwood High School

Cape Town Technikon

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