MICT / Paramedic

Robert M. Hayslip

241 Jack Ln

Honolulu, Hawaii  96817

Phone: (808)772-3048

E-mail:  HYPERLINK "mailto:rohayslip@yahoo.com"rohayslip@yahoo.com




To obtain a Full-time position that allows me to utilize my medical and people skills toward work as a member of the Rescue Systems team to benefit my employer and the public.




Kapiolani Community College

4303 Diamond Head Road, Honolulu, HI  96816

Associate of Science in Mobile Intensive Care Technician Program, received August 2010

Certificate of Achievement in Emergency Medical Technician Program, received May 2006


September 2000 – May 2005, Hawaii Pacific University, Honolulu, Hawaii (Previously pursued a Bachelor of Science in Nursing)


Computer Skills and Health Certification


Computer Software: Microsoft Word, Excel, and Access.  

Certification: Completed fundamentals course in nursing at Hawaii Pacific University which meets the requirements of a certified nurse’s assistant, CPR Healthcare Provider, First Aid, AMLS, ACLS, PALS, EPIC, and Paramedic certified through NREMT and the State of Hawaii.


Work Experience


Paramedic, City and County of Honolulu, September 2009 – present

Responds, treats and transports ALS calls and supervises and trains the EMT on BLS calls for the City and County of Honolulu 911 system.  


Emergency Medical Technician, City and County of Honolulu, September 2006 – August 2009

Responded to, treated and transported basic life support (BLS) calls and assisted the Paramedic in advanced life support calls for the City and County of Honolulu 911 system.


Nurse Aide, Straub Hospital, July 2005 – present

Work as a float in medical/surgical, telemetry, and the burn unit.  Classified as a Nurse Aide 3 which allows me to give straight catheters, foleys, tube feedings, disconnect IVs, and other essential direct care patient duties.  Took EKG and burn classes as well.


Front Desk Help, 24 Fitness - Hawaii Kai, April 2004 – September 2004

Assisted in directing people to the correct equipment, performed daily tasks such as ringing up customer purchases and answering telephone inquiries regarding the club, helped individuals with various exercises, took care of inventory.


Military Liaison, U.S. Navy - Pearl Harbor Military Police, August 2002 – February 2004 

Assisted the Honolulu Police Department with military arrests outside of the military bases, involved public relation skills with the arrestees commanding officers. 


Military Police, U.S. Navy - Pearl Harbor Military Police, February 2000 – July 2002

In charge of the harbor patrol unit for the Pearl Harbor Navy base, trained new officers on required patrol practices.


Aviation Electrician, U. S. Navy, March 1994 – January 2000

Maintained the electronic systems on the P3 and A6E Intruder aircrafts, involved troubleshooting, inspecting, and updating of the electonic systems and wiring.


Personal Strengths


Prompt, good motivator, hard worker, attentive to detail, excellent team player, dedicated to quality care, good people skills.




Belinda Lee, Paramedic, City and County of Honolulu, ER Nurse at Straub Hospital, Hawaii Community College Instruction (EMT Instructor), Honolulu, Hawaii



Chris Coloma, Paramedic, City and County of Honolulu, Honolulu, Hawaii

(808)620-8679  HYPERLINK "mailto:colomanati@yahoo.com"colomanati@yahoo.com


Jeff Zuckernick, EMT Instructor & Paramedic, Kapiolani Community College, Honolulu, Hawaii

(808)778-1053  HYPERLINK "mailto:CODE900@aol.com"CODE900@aol.com


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  • Location: Honolulu, HI , 96817

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