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Nurse Practitioner Registered

Location:
Rockville, Maryland, United States
Posted:
November 26, 2017

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Jiao Feng, NP-C MSN

301-***-****; Email: ac3hob@r.postjobfree.com

Summary

Seeking for a position as a Nurse Practitioner in a Health Care facility where I can make the most of my nursing education and training, in addition to my interpersonal skills to provide the highest level of patient care

License and Certificate:

Current Active Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Certification No.: AG10170215 (October 31, 2017 through October 30, 2022)

Current Active Registered Nurse License in District of Columbia (License #: RN1030191 Expire: 06/30/2018)

Current Active Registered Nurse License in Maryland (License #: R207902 Expire: 1/28/2018

Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification (07/31/2013 to present)

Core Qualifications:

Skilled professional Registered Nurse with 2 years working experience in the United Sates in subacute care unit, ICU, and Med-Surge Unit. One and half years’ Clinical practice as Nurse Practitioner student in Washington DC Veteran Affairs Medical Center (primary care, neurology clinic, community living, and psychiatric unit).

Equipment used:

Defibrillator, Electrocardiogram monitor, Infusion pump, G-tube feeding pump, Bladder scan machine, BiPAP/CPAP machine, Suction machine, Ventilator, Wound vacuum machine, Chest drainage machine, Nebulizer, cooling blanket, Stethoscope, Fundoscopy, Thoracentesis Kit, PICC dressing kit

Work and Practice Experience:

03/2017-05/2017

INOVA Fairfax Hospital PACE program

Nurse Practitioner Student

01/2017-05/2017

Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Washington, Dc

Nurse Practitioner Student

Unit: Mental Health/Psychiatric inpatient unit

Duties:

Collecting history of present illness, comprehensive (head-to-toe) or problem focused physical exam/assessment, review labs, medical records, consultation with preceptors, attending physicians, specialist for plan and future follow up, providing education to patient’s and family members

Conducting Mental Status Examination, depression assessment, CIWA, and medication review.

Priority: safety issue and health maintain

Patients: usually hospitalized with multiple psychiatric disorders (bipolar, schizophrenia, depression, anxiety, suicide ideation, substance abuse-alcohol) and multiple medical problems (CKD, HTN, hyperlipidemia, DMII, heart disease, CAD, COPD, obesity, hepatitis, HIV, OSA, gout, arthritis, migraine, anemia, alcohol withdraw/toxicity etc.)

Case handled: SI/HI prevention, substance abuse.

08/2016-01/2017

Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Washington, DC

Nurse Practitioner Student

Unit: Neurology Unit and Primary Care Clinic

Duties in Neurology Unit:

Collecting history of present illness, comprehensive (head-to-toe) or problem focused physical exam/assessment, review labs, medical records, consultation with preceptors, attending physicians, specialist for plan and future follow up, providing education to patient’s and family members.

Performing comprehensive neurology physical examination (cognitive function, gait and balance, sensory function, muscle strength, tone, and bulk, reflex)

Priority: providing evidence based clinical practice, and improve patient’s quality of life.

Patients: usually comes with neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, stroke, TBI with other multiple medical problems (CKD, HTN, hyperlipidemia, DMII, heart disease, CAD, COPD, obesity, hepatitis, HIV, OSA, gout, arthritis, migraine, anemia)

Case handled: lumbar puncture and adjusting intrathecal baclofen infusion pump.

Duties in Primary Care Clinic:

Collecting history of present illness, comprehensive (head-to-toe) or problem focused physical exam/assessment, review labs, medical records, consultation with preceptors, attending physicians, specialist for plan and future follow up, providing education to patient’s and family members.

Performing problem focused clinical visit within limited time focus on the patient’s chief complain.

Patients: usually comes with multiple chronic medical problems such CKD, HTN, hyperlipidemia, DMII, heart disease, CAD, COPD, obesity, hepatitis, HIV, OSA, gout, arthritis, migraine, anemia.

05/2016-08/2016

Washington DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center

Washington, Dc

Nurse Practitioner Student

Unit: Subacute and long-term care living center

Duties:

Collecting history of present illness, comprehensive (head-to-toe) or problem focused physical exam/assessment, review labs, medical records, consultation with preceptors, attending physicians, specialist for plan and future follow up, providing education to patient’s and family members.

Performing palliative care or end of life care

Priority: improve patient’s quality of life,

Patients: usually hospitalized as subacute or long-term care patients, with multiple medical problems (CKD, HTN, hyperlipidemia, DMII, heart disease, BPH, IBS, CAD, COPD, obesity, hepatitis, HIV, OSA, gout, arthritis, migraine, anemia). Some of them will develop stage 2-4/unstageable pressure ulcers, UTI, sepsis, aspiration pneumonia, opioid caused constipation, changed mental status.

Case handled: A patient with ALS felled and broke his head.

01/2015-05/2016

First year in NP program (study core courses Pharmacology, health assessment, statistics, women’s health, the well child).

03/2015-03/2016

Bridgepoint Hospital

Washington, Dc

Staff Nurse

Unit: ICU and Med-Surge Unit

Duties:

Conducts an individualized patient assessment, prioritizing the data collection based on the patient’s immediate condition or needs within timeframe specified by facility’s policies, procedure or protocols.

Conducts ongoing assessments as determined by the patient’s condition and/or the facility’s policies, procedures or protocols and reprioritizes care accordingly.

Develops plan of care that is individualized for the adult or elderly patient reflecting collaboration with other members (PT, OT, Dietitian, Social workers, Attending primary Physicians, nephrologist, ID doctor, cardiologist, pulmonologist, nurse practitioners, etc.) of the healthcare team.

Performs appropriate treatments as ordered by physician in an accurate and timely manner.

Performs therapeutic nursing interventions as established by individualized plan of care patient and his/her family.

Provides individualized patient/family education customized to patient and his/her family.

Documents patient assessment findings, physical/psychosocial responses to nursing intervention and progress towards problem resolution.

Initiates emergency resuscitative measures according to adult resuscitation protocols.

Maintains confidentiality in matters related to patient, family and client facility staff.

Provides care in a non-judgmental, non-discriminatory manner that is sensitive to patient’s and family’s diversity, preserving their autonomy, dignity and rights.

Reports patient condition to appropriate personnel during each shift.

Equipment used:

oDefibrillator, Electrocardiogram monitor, Infusion pump, G-tube feeding pump, Bladder scan machine, BiPAP/CPAP machine, Suction machine, Ventilator, Wound vacuum machine, Chest drainage machine, Nebulizer, Stethoscope, Fundoscopy, Thoracentesis Kit, PICC dressing kit

Procedure performed:

oTaking/giving report, admission/discharging/transferring patient, obtain vital signs, pain level, BMI, head-to-toe or problem focused physical assessment, draw blood, sputum culture, urine culture, wound culture, reviewing and taking critical labs, communicating with attending/covered physician, taken care of doctor’s order (including telephone order), and providing high quality nursing care. Doing rounds with nursing colleagues and physicians, make the assignment for LPN for their group and tasks.

oNursing to patient ration: ICU is 1:3, med-surge is 1:5-1:7, time management with all the tasks need to be done.

oBasic skills: IV start, intravenous medication/fluid start, change and stop, Blood transfusion, NG-tube insertion, Foley catheter insertion, Wound vacuum dressing change, Chest drainage machine change, Neb treatment, Peritoneal dialysis, CPR, ACLS

oPatients most commonly seen: respiratory and pulmonary failure which requiring mechanical ventilation, patients with complex wounds and serve infections. stroke, TBI, COPD execration, alcohol withdraw, post-surgical, DM, HTN, CKD on hemodialysis, BPH, hyperlipidemia, arthritis, CAD. Some of them on Ventilator, and Tele-monitoring.

Case handled: code blue, rapid response, patient with sepsis, respiratory distress, heart attack, alcohol withdrawal, orthostatic hypotension, changed mental status related to UTI, decubitus ulcer, aspiration pneumonia. Assistant with surgeon for intubation, with pulmonologist for thoracentesis, assistant for PICC insertion.

09/2013-08/2014

Washington Center for Aging Services

Washington, Dc

Staff Nurse

Unit: Skilled Unit and long term care unit

Duties:

Conducts an individualized patient assessment, prioritizing the data collection based on the patient’s immediate condition or needs within timeframe specified by facility’s policies, procedure or protocols.

Conducts ongoing assessments as determined by the patient’s condition and/or the facility’s policies, procedures or protocols and reprioritizes care accordingly.

Develops plan of care that is individualized for the adult or elderly patient reflecting collaboration with other members (PT, OT, Dietitian, Social workers, Attending primary Physicians, nurse practitioners, etc.) of the healthcare team.

Performs appropriate treatments as ordered by nurse practitioner in an accurate and timely manner.

Performs therapeutic nursing interventions as established by individualized plan of care patient and his/her family.

Provides individualized patient/family education customized to patient and his/her family.

Documents patient assessment findings, physical/psychosocial responses to nursing intervention and progress towards problem resolution

08/2011-08/2013

Enrolled and Completed Nutrition Science (Graduate level)

During this time, prepared and passed NCLEX exam

06/2010-06/2011

Qingdao Hospital Center Clinical Rotation

Qingdao, Shandong Province, China

New graduate Nurse

Unit: Clinical Rotation

Duties:

Completed 1920 hours of clinical work under the direct supervision of Nurse Instructors. Practicing in the following field: Acute and subacute care nursing, Medical-Surgical Nursing, Maternal/Infant Nursing, Gynecology, Nursing Care of Children, Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing, Neurology, Community Health Nursing, Geronotology/Geriatric Nursing, Long-term Care Nursing.

Education:

January 2015-July 2017: Catholic University of America

Study Nurse Practitioner Master of Nursing

Aug 2011-May 2014: University of the District of Columbia.

Study Nutrition Science Master of Science Degree

Sept 2006 – July 2011: Medical College of Qingdao University.

Study Nursing with Bachelor of Science Degree

Honors:

Thesis published in University of the District of Columbia: Effects of Omega-3 fatty acids on Alzheimer’s Disease and Mild Cognitive Impairment.

Excellent Student Award in Junior High School in every year of the three-year study (2001, 2002 and 2003)

Excellent Student Award in High School in every year of the three-year study (2004, 2005, and 2006)

High Academic Achievement Award, High School, June 2005. The award included a certificate and monetary award to cover the cost for visiting high class universities in Beijing.

Second place in English Contest organized by Qingdao University, May 2007.

Secondary Award for Excellent Students, Qingdao University School of Medicine, 2007 and 2008.



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