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Family Nurse Practitioner Board Certified

Location:
Las Cruces, New Mexico, United States
Posted:
November 13, 2017

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COVER LETTER

November **, ****

Dear Sir:

I am a new Family Nurse Practitioner graduate from Walden University and

have recently passed the AANP certification. I am applying for the position you

advertised on the Internet for a Family Nurse Practitioner opening in your facility.

I have eight years of nursing experience. My previous medical background and clinical

experience makes me a perfect match for the position. My clinical experience has

provided me with the skills and confidence I need to practice as an FNP. I don’t

need further commendation of myself as my resume will speak for itself.

Enclosed is my resume for your review. I am looking forward to hear from you and

will be available for an interview at your most convenient time.

Respectfully Yours,

Bettina Cordova FNP

RESUME

Bettina Cordova, FNP BC

E-mail address: ac3av2@r.postjobfree.com

Tel. No. 505-***-****

EDUCATION:

Masters In Nursing Family Nurse Practitioner 2017. Walden University. Minneapolis, USA

Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing 1998. Masbate Colleges, Masbate City, Philippines.

Residency Training In Pediatrics 1996. De La Salle University Medical Center. Cavite, Philippines

Doctor of Medicine 1987. De La Salle Emilio Aguinaldo College of Medicine. Cavite, Philippines

Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology 1982. Manuel L. Quezon University. Manila, Philippines.

LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS:

New Mexico Registered Nurse License- Active and Current

AANP FNP Exp 10/31/2022

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

American Nursing Association

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society Of Nursing

LANGUAGES:

Fluent in English and Tagalog. Some Spanish and Arabic

PROFESSIONAL RN WORK EXPERIENCE

August 25, 2014 to July 2017. Civilian Registered Nurse Ob-Gyn/Postpartum unit William Beaumont Army Medical Center 5005 N. Piedras, El Paso TX 79920. I provide care to mothers who have given birth via normal vaginal spontaneous delivery or Caesarian section. Monitor vital signs, takes note of any delivery complications, such as postpartum bleeding, hypotension, increase blood pressure and refer them to the provider on duty. I administer IV fluids, IV/oral antibiotics and pain medications per doctor’s order. I assist Moms with breastfeeding and assist them with newborn care. I do blood extractions for Moms and newborn such as CBC, PKU, and bilirubin determination for jaundice. I perform ALGO hearing screen and blood glucose monitoring as well. I do physical examination of the newborn, and inform Pediatricians of any newborn problems. I also perform phototherapy with proper precautions at the postpartum unit as ordered by the Pediatrician. I do provide care to antepartum and gynecologic patients who underwent hysterectomy, tubal ligation, and other gynecologic procedure. I do health teachings to patients with regards postpartum care, breastfeeding and care for their babies.

March 11, 2013 to Feb 2014. Registered Travel Nurse for Rapid Temps in contract with Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center in 2669 Scenic Drive Alamogordo, New Mexico. Postpartum/Nursery unit. I give care to mothers who have given birth via NSD or Caesarian section after they have been stabilized at the recovery room. I also provide care to patients who underwent operations like D&C, TAHBSO, AP repair, BTL etc. I also worked at the hospital’s Geriatric/Psychiatric unit and do nursing assessments, mental status examination, evaluation of a patient’s suicide status, and be of support to geriatric patients with aggressive, suicidal behavior, personality and mood disorders. I do crisis management interventions and de- escalation techniques.

September 1, 2012 to March 10, 2013 I stopped working and concentrated full time on my studies for MSN Family Nurse Practitioner Program at Walden University.

November 15, 2010 to August 31, 2012 Registered Nurse for STG International under contract with the Dept. of Homeland Security Immigrations Health Services 99 Canal Center Plaza, Suite 500 Alexandria, VA 22314. I provide medical care to detainees who are pending removal/deportation from the US while being housed in the El Paso facility. Performs health screenings to identify any existing medical condition, intake of medications, as well as past medical history. The clinic also serves as an ER for emergency services where we perform emergency management procedures such as management of severe allergic reactions, acute attacks of asthma, trauma and other medical emergencies. If patients need to be admitted to the hospital, I facilitate their admission. Over all I see to it that each detainee receives quality medical care while being housed at El Paso facility. Reason for leaving: I was laid off from the job since our employer did not get the contract.

November 2, 2009 to August 25, 2011 Registered Nurse/ University Medical Center, 4815 Alameda Avenue, El Paso, TX 79905. Provides routine newborn care for babies at the nursery and mothers who have given birth via normal vaginal spontaneous delivery or Caesarian section.

Reason for leaving: I transferred to STG International.

March 2009 to October 31, 2009 Registered Nurse/Providence Memorial Hospital 1900 N. Oregon St., El Paso, Texas 79912. I provide routine newborn care to infants, to and mothers who have given birth via NSD or Caesarian section.

Reason for leaving: transferred to UMC El Paso for better retirement benefits.

MEDICAL BACKGROUND

January 1990 to December 1992 ER CHIEF RESIDENT PHYSICIAN at MEDICAL CENTER PARANAQUE, Philippines. Emergency room physician for general medicine, pediatrics, surgery, ob-gyn, ophthalmology, neurology and psychiatry. There is a lot of trauma cases in the ER like vehicular accidents, gunshot wounds, stabbing injuries, fall, poisoning, fractures, and lacerations which needs suturing and repair. These exposures gave me the confidence to manage patients at the emergency level. I also admit patients, diagnose, and prescribe medications to patients. Examines newborns in the nursery, performs emergency vaginal deliveries, circumcision, suturing of lacerations, incision and drainage, foley catheter insertion, management of burns and change of dressings. Assists in operations like C/S delivery, appendectomy, and cholecystectomy. Accompanies patients at the ambulance if transfer to another facility is needed.

Reason for Leaving: I started my residency training in Pediatrics

January 1993 to December 1996 RESIDENCY TRAINING in PEDIATRICS at DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER Dasmarinas, Cavite, Philippines. My training involves diagnosis and management of patients in all fields of pediatrics, cardiology, pulmonary, infectious diseases, pediatric surgery, neurology, gastroenterology, nephrology and hematology. Performs pediatric procedures such as umbilical cannulation and IV insertion, NGT insertion, Foley catheter insertion, blood extractions. Interprets laboratory results. Trained in the proper use of CPAP and pediatric mechanical ventilators. Examines newborn infants at the nursery and made decisions if there was a need for them to transfer to the Neonatal Intensive Care. As a doctor, makes decisions if patients need to be referred for surgery. All of these decisions were coordinated with our Pediatric consultants.

As Pediatric resident in a teaching hospital, I am trained to teach medical students and interns, give lectures, and did patient rounds with the students to discuss disease entities and management of patients. Also trained in Research. As one of the requirements of training, submitted two Pediatric researches at the end of training. I also rotated in other Specialty hospitals:

Philippine Heart Center for Asia for Cardiology training

Research Institute for Tropical Medicine for Infectious Diseases

Philippine Children's Medical Center for Neonatal Intensive Care training

AWARDS RECEIVED DURING RESIDENCY TRAINING:

December 1996 First prize for Hospital Interdepartmental Research Contest at De La Salle University Medical Center, Philippines

January 1997 Second Prize for Inter Hospital Research Contest in Pediatrics at Perpetual Help Medical Center

Title of Research: Maternal Factors for Determinants of Early Termination of Breastfeeding In A Rural Tertiary Hospital.

November 1996 Second Prize for Pediatric Residents Research Contest

Neonatal Outcome of Elderly Primigravidas at De La Salle University Medical Center, Cavite, Philippines

April 1999 to April 2001 PEDIATRICIAN SPECIALIST at AL HAMMADI HOSPITAL, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Manages pediatric patients in the emergency room, nursery, pediatric ward and neonatal intensive care unit. Performs emergency pediatric procedures such as umbilical cannulation, IV insertion, nasogastric tube insertion, foley catheter insertion, lumbar tap, endotracheal intubation, administers pulmonary surfactant to premature neonates. Knowledgeable in the use of Pediatric Baby Log 8000 ventilators. Performs blood extractions for ABG's. Examines neonates at the nursery and observes for any abnormalities. Decides if newborns need to be transferred to the neonatal intensive care unit for management. Makes decisions if the patients need to be referred for surgery. Interprets laboratory results of patients like ABG's, CBC, blood chemistries, and based on this make the corresponding management for the patient. Accompanies patients at the ambulance if transfer to another facility is needed.

Reason for leaving: End of contract. I was on the 6th month of pregnancy and migrated to the United States

References:

1. Linda Benedict FNP Candelaria Medical Center El Paso, TX

Tel No. 915-***-****

2. Genie Minott RN Professor El Paso Community College El Paso, TX

Tel No. 915-***-****

3. Nidia Kraft Tel. No. 915-***-**** Family Nurse Practitioner US Public Health Service



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