Check out a sample resume from someone who is in the field you are applying for. It will give you a better sense of what you should be listing and the words you should using.
But don’t exaggerate!
There was a time I got to read quite a few resumes for potential staff. This was before I was in fitness, but there is one really important lesson I learned: be very careful of your grammar, and your spelling. It is so easy to miss something. I think a lot of us are used to forums where minor grammatical errors, and less formal language is quite fine (such as this one), but with a CV it is standing in for you. (For example ‘is’ is singular, and ‘words’ is a plural).
It is also good to rewrite a few times to make sure things are said with an economy of words (my blog goes on the opposite principle I think, but with professional correspondence I try to be more careful). If you are too wordy you will loose their attention before they get to the end of the document.
Avoid being too creative in typeface and style. I know quite a few doctors, and I used to know quite a few people in the arts. There are some places where creativity in self representation is important, but my sense, on the whole, is that in the medical community your background and your professionalism will stand you in better stead than creativity.
Your credentials and background look really solid. Good luck with whatever new opportunity you are seeking.