Medical Consultant CV

With the growing exploring opportunities in the healthcare industry, Medical Consultant, also referred as Healthcare Analyst are hired and employed by health care organizations for the examination and maintenance of their organization’s profits, functioning and services. From recruitments to organizing medical camps to design new structures buildings and to maintain the records, a Medical Consultant has to perform and take care of tons of tasks to contribute in the field.

Sample Medical Consultant CV 


Rachel Melly

567, Marine Blvd

Laredo, Texas

Phone number – 887 985 3423

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Professional Summary

Want to utilize my knowledge and capabilities to amorously serve the mankind by working as Medical Consultantwith a number of challenging and divergent patients.

Career Objective

I am an ardent and desirous Medical Consultant who wants to have an internship in a well-established renowned hospital and utilize my impersonal skills to motivate co-workers in serving the mankind.

Core Strengths

  • Excellent motivational, administrative and leadership qualities.
  • Fully and thorough knowledge of medical terminology.
  • Thorough knowledge of computer basics.
  • Professional and highly goal oriented.
  • Punctual and disciplined.
  • Stress tolerance and can handle work pressure.
  • Service support and quality assurance

Work Experience

Medical Consultant, 2008-till date

City Hospital, Texas


  • Responsible for handling individual projects for hospital.
  • Organized many hospital authorities meetings.
  • Maintained all records of the hospital and keep back-ups.
  • Organized many free healthcare check-ups for public welfare.
  • Provided many valuable advices for the benefit of hospital.
  • Staff recruitment and conducting interviews.
  • Helped in the designing of new wing constructed in the hospital.

Education Qualification

  • Diploma in Healthcare Assistance, University of Texas, 2008
  • Masters in Biological Science, University of New Jersey, 2007
  • Bachelors in Biological Science, University of Texas, 2005


Available on request

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