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Family Nurse Practitioner

Columbus, Ohio, United States
December 03, 2017

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Jinal M. Patel, Family Nurse Practitioner, R.N., B.S.N., M.S.N.



Master of Science in Nursing 2013-2016

The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

• Family Nurse Practitioner Specialty (GPA 3.8)

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

The Ohio State University 2008- 2012

• Magna Cum Laude

• Honors Research Distinction in Nursing

Thesis: Lived Experiences of Adult Asian Indians in Central Ohio with Type Two Diabetes Hilliard Davidson High School, Hilliard, OH 2004-2008 Graduate with Honors Diploma

Professional Qualifications

APRN-Certified Nurse Practitioner July 2016-present American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Program

(FNP number: F0616643 Active 06/08/2021 to 06/07/2021) Registered Nurse Licensure July 2012-present

The American Association of Nurse Practitioners, Member January, 2016-present Sigma Theta Tau Honors Society of Nursing, April, 2011-present Epsilon Chapter Member

Languages spoken

• English, Spanish, Gujarati, Hindi

Work Experience

PrimaryOne Health, Family Medicine 2016-present (> 1 year) Certified Nurse Practitioner

• Provide primary care, evaluation and management of chronic and acute medical conditions, health promotion, and disease prevention, for children and adults.

• Primary care provider for infants and families doing well child checks, adult physicals, chronic disease management, and sick visits, often combination of visits in a busy clinic schedule working with underserved, immigrant, and refugee patients in a FQHC community health center.

• Take rotating after hour call.

• Attend professional conferences for continuing education. Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Primary Care and Ambulatory Care 2013-2017 Registered Nurse

• Nursing care of diverse underserved pediatric patients and families-float between 15 primary care centers, Healthy weight and nutrition, and complex care clinics

• Nursing care of multicultural adult and pediatric population in internal medicine-pediatric practice

• Volunteered at community outreach events through mobile clinic. The Ohio State University, Biomedical Informatics Department 2011-2012 Research Assistant

• Developed literature reviews, collected, organized, and analyzed data on Nursing research

• Presented progress of research to administrative and research team

• Collaborated in a team environment to assist with interdisciplinary conduct of research activities Professional Nursing and Volunteer Experience

Manav Sadhna NGO, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India December 2012-February, 2013 Nurse Volunteer

• Taught health classes on developmental and reproductive health, hygiene, and nutrition to adolescent girls in various slum communities

• Worked with malnourished children and their families to assess, educate, and develop plan of care to monitor growth of the children

• Led sessions on dental health in schools

• Conducted health screenings and education

MINDS Foundation NGO, Vadodara, Gujarat, India November, 2012 Nurse Volunteer

• Collaborated with village Hospital to provide holistic care to clients and families with mental illness from surrounding villages

• Studied perceptions of villagers regarding mental illness, stigma, and lifestyle

• Led health education sessions with villagers on women’s health, chronic illnesses, mental health, and developmental health

Koshish-Milap NGO, Vadodara, Gujarat, India October, 2012 Nurse Volunteer

• Provided nursing care at the NGO’s primary care clinic in MujMahuda slum

• Educated clients and families on health promotion and disease prevention

• Assisted in developing a knowledge sharing platform for NGOs across India

• Organized, planned, and conducted health education sessions with community members SAHAJ Shishu-Milap NGO, Vadodara, Gujarat, India October, 2012 Nurse Volunteer

• Learned intricacies of running an international NGO using evidence based practice

• Collaborated with community health workers

• Researched, designed and conducted health education sessions in a slum on health promotion topics Population Connection, Washington D.C. April, 2012 Student advocate

• Lobbied at Capitol Hill for increasing aid for international family planning and women’s health programs.

• Attended conferences with different NGOs on global health Honduras medical mission trip, Choluteca, Honduras March, 2012 Nursing student

• Provided nursing care to rural and urban communities in primary care/community settings

• Taught Culturally competent diabetes education in Spanish Helping Hands Free Clinic, Columbus, Ohio January, 2012-2013 Volunteer

• Worked with an interdisciplinary team of volunteers to provide free health care NSPIRE, Columbus, OH 2011-2012

-Diabetes foot clinics-Nursing Student volunteer

• Performed Hypertension and Diabetes screening and education for underserved and homeless population COSI Science Center, Columbus, Ohio 2011-2012


• Educated guests on science and health related topics from different developmental stages College of Nursing Honors Program, Columbus, Ohio September, 2009-2012 Honors student

• Gained deeper awareness of diversity and culturally competent nursing care through research

• Participated in small group Honors seminars to discuss Nursing research and evidence based practice

• Completed thesis: designed a research study, wrote proposals, obtained IRB approval, obtained funding, collected data through individual interviews with an immigrant population in multiple languages, analyzed data, wrote thesis, presented thesis and poster at research fair, and published on University Knowledge Bank Red Cross

American Red Cross, Columbus, Ohio 2009-2011

Indian Red Cross, Gujarat, India 2013

• Volunteered with malaria education and prevention Thank you for reviewing.


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