Jason Tully 310-408-8295
25337 Bani Ave. Lomita, CA, 90717 JTullyPhoto@gmail.com
Self-motivated professional with 6 years supervisory experience and 15 years medical experience looking to become an integral part of a winning team.
Professional Skill Set
Skilled in the use of most 35mm, Large Format, and Digital Cameras.
Proficient in the use of computers for all business, research, and communication functions as well as knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook), and Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom.
2015 Special Olympics World Games – Staff Photographer
2013-Present Ultimate Fighting Championship – Contract Photographer
2014 ESPN “NFL Family Dynasties” Short – Photographer’s Assistant
2008-2013 Emergency Dept Tech, Torrance Memorial Hospital – Torrance, CA
- Collect and document data related to the health status of patients and communicate this information to the RN/MD.
- Complete portions of the Emergency Department Nursing Assessment Form that address patient history, or objective data relative to the patient's health problem. Perform CPR when needed hospital wide, obtain vital signs, perform EKG’s within the Emergency room, assess orientation to person, place, time and event, collect past medical history, home medications, immunization status, Allergies and direct quotes from patient or family describing their perception of the health problem.
1997-2008 Military and Emergency Medicine Combat Medic, Sergeant, United States Army
- Responsible for the health, welfare, safety, training and supervision of fifteen Soldiers
- Provide technical guidance, first-rate medical care and support for the Troop with a population of over 380 soldiers.
- Responsible for the accountability and serviceability of equipment with an estimated value of over $900,000.
- Coordinate training and operational activities to ensure a productive work environment for up to 350+ Soldiers.
- Establish individual performance benchmarks and evaluate and report on job performance for soldiers under command.
- Implement safety and security rules and procedures to ensure a safe work environment.
- Provide emergency medical treatment, force health protection, and evacuation in multiple austere combat and peacekeeping environments from point of injury or illness through the continuum of military healthcare.
- Administer emergency and routine medical treatment to battle and non-battle casualties
- Assist with outpatient care, treatment, and supervise field and clinical medical facilities under the supervision of a physician and physician assistant
AWARDS AND LICENSES (Supporting documents can be provided at request)
2007 Army Commendation Medal
1999-2002 Army Achievement Medal (x5)
2005 Iraqi Campaign Medal
2005 Global War on Terrorism Service Medal
2005 Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal
2002 Kosovo Campaign Medal
2002 NATO Service Medal (Kosovo)
’00, ’03, ’06 Army Good Conduct Medal (x3)
2001 National Defense Service Medal
Basic Life Support (Instructor)
Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (Instructor)
Trauma Airway, Intubation, Medications, and Shock (Instructor)
2016 B.S. Art Institute of California – Photography
2009-2013 Los Angeles Harbor College, Major – Emergency Medicine/Nursing
2003 7th Army Non-Commissioned Officer Academy – Leadership
2002-2005 University of Maryland, Major – Emergency Medicine
Art Institute of California
Dean’s Honor Roll – Fall ’14 – Present
Best of Quarter – Winter ’13; Spring ’13; Summer ’13; Fall ‘13; Winter '16
Los Angeles Harbor College
Dean’s Honor Roll – Fall ’09; Spring ’10; Fall ‘10
7th Army Non-Commissioned Officer Academy