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Nurse Practitioner Board Certified

Location:
St. Louis, Missouri, United States
Posted:
February 23, 2018

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LUCIJA SADL MSN, AGPCNP-BC, NP-C

**** ****** **** ***** ***** Louis, MO 63125 314-***-**** ac4la6@r.postjobfree.com

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Advance Practice Registered Nurse graduate of Goldfarb School of Nursing: Adult Gerontological Primary Care Nurse Practitioner program August 2017. Completed dual board practitioner certification in November 2017.

Critical care nurse with 21 years of hospital experience serving the Cardiac/Cardiothoracic/Medical ICU & telemetry departments.

Consistently commended for delivering patient centered, quality critical care now moving into advanced practice.

Dedicated staff member known for excellent clinical skills, ability to remain calm under pressure and strengths in making swift and accurate decisions in emergency situations.

Maintained organization and exhibited team leadership skills in a rapidly changing environment.

Advocated for patients and family members on daily basis.

Ability to grow in learning situations known in a teaching facility by partnering in collaborative teams to benefit patients healing and care.

Languages spoken: English, Croatian/Bosnian.

EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS

GOLDFARB SCHOOL OF NURSING AT BARNES-JEWISH COLLEGE Saint Louis, MO

Adult Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner: May 2015- August 2017

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), Summa Cum Laude GPA: 3.97/4.0

Dual Certification with National Nurse Practitioner Board November 2017

AMERICAN NURSES CREDENTIALING CENTER -Adult Gerontology Primary Care

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF NURSE PRACTITIONERS- Adult Gerontology Primary Care

SAINT LOUIS UNIVERSITY Saint Louis, MO

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Magna Cum Laude May 1996

GPA 3.8/4.0

Member of Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society 1995-2000 & 2017- present

*Curriculum Vitae Link: Curriculum vitae 2018.docx

PRECEPTED NURSE PRACTITIONER CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

Christian Family Medicine

Aubra Houchin, D.O.; Lisa Burnitt, DNP, ANP-BC St. Peters, MO

202 hours, Internal Family Medicine May- August 2017

David Mitchell, M.D. Family Medicine Shiloh, IL

288 hours, Internal Family Medicine September 2016- April 2017

Downtown Urgent Care, STL HealthWorks St. Louis, MO

Rachel Myers, FNP-C; Stephanie Bingham FNP-C; Dr. Sonny Saggar M.D. October-November 2016

95 hours, Acute Care and Minor Injuries

Barnes Jewish Hospital Center for Preoperative Assessment and Planning St. Louis, MO

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis Department of Anesthesiology August 2017

Kathy Lobello, ANP-BC

20 hours, Preoperative assessment, In- patient hospital postoperative care.

LUCIJA SADL MSN, AGPCNP-BC, NP-C

3525 Forest Dale Drive Saint Louis, MO 63125 314-***-**** ac4la6@r.postjobfree.com

Clinical Procedures and Skills Performed:

Provide direct patient care, obtaining patient history, patient assessment and examination.

Order, perform and interpret diagnostic studies and initiate specialty consults per patient needs.

Provide direct treatment for acute and chronic disease processes along with follow-up of post-operative patients.

Collaborate with supervising physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses and the patient to assess, diagnose, treat and plan care for patients, utilizing ICD-10 and CPT billing codes.

Perform local anesthetic injections, suturing, I &D’s, digital rectal exams, pelvic exams, interpretations of EKGs, labs, radiographs, CT scans and ultrasound studies.

Participate in quality improvement initiatives to enhance patient outcomes and increase professional development of staff.

Professional nursing Experience

DES PERES HOSPITAL, TENET HEALTH SYSTEMS Saint Louis, MO

STAFF RN, CARDIOTHORACIC/MEDICAL-CARDIAC ICU, May 2015- current

Provide culturally competent direct nursing care to 2 highly critically ill patients including sepsis, shock, cardiothoracic and abdominal surgery including coronary bypass grafting, carotid endarterectomy, resection and gastric bypass.

Outcomes:

Advanced nursing care for patient population include: hemodynamic monitoring, intra-aortic balloon pump, Impella ventricular assist devices, heart failure, myocardial infarction, continuous venous hemodialysis, ventilators, tracheostomies, COPD exacerbation, continuous IV medications, narcotics, vasopressors, chest tubes, wound management, care of the demented geriatric patient, drains and surgical protocols.

Provide excellent nursing care with hourly rounding, coordinating patient care with interdisciplinary team members (MDs, NPs, medical and surgical residents, therapy professionals, pain management and palliative care).

Deliver pertinent patient and family education for an efficient and effective discharge.

SSM-ST. MARY'S HEALTH CENTER Saint Louis, MO June 1995-March 2015

STAFF RN, MEDICAL/CARDIAC ICU October 1997 – March 2015

Provide nursing care to highly critically ill patients resulting from events such as cardiac arrest, pulmonary failure, surgery, stroke, drug overdose, shock, and heart attack. Assess and stabilize patients with accuracy using numerous ICU protocols and high alert IV medications.

Outcomes:

Display expert clinical skills in managing the critical care of all categories of the intensive care patient.

React effectively in critical scenarios, demonstrating sound decision-making saving patient lives.

Supervised and acted in role of preceptor to new hires.

Acted as shift leader for the unit supervising 12 patients and RN unit staff.

Proficient at MD assistance of bedside procedures which included, insertion of venous triple lumen, temporary pace maker, swan-ganz catheter with fluoroscopy, abdominal pressure monitor, arterial lines, intubation, chest tubes, continuous dialysis catheter and hypothermia therapy.

SSM-ST. MARY’S HEALTH CENTER, SAINT LOUIS, MO

PRN STAFF RN, SPECIAL PROCEDURES RADIOLOGY May 2006 – August 2008

Served as a member of another SSM health care team working under sterile technique with Radiologists and staff while still maintaining my ICU position. Learned on the job training of instruments and protocols of highly specialized interventions.

Closely monitored procedural patients, performing conscious sedation and assisting the doctors. Fully recovered patients.

Outcomes:

Efficiently provided RN monitored care for all radiology patients, administering sedatives, narcotics and

benzodiazepines. Assisted staff in starting IV's, arterial line pressure readings and fibrin lytic therapy.

LUCIJA SADL MSN, AGPCNP-BC, NP-C

3525 Forest Dale Drive Saint Louis, MO 63125 314-***-**** ac4la6@r.postjobfree.com

SSM-ST. MARY’S HEALTH CENTER, SAINT LOUIS, MO

STAFF RN, TELEMETRY UNIT May 1996 – October 1997

Provide nursing care to 7-8 patient assignment with efficient assessment and organizational skills.

Proficient in differentiating EKG interpretations and their impact on cardiac patients recovering from MI and cardiac cath.

Mastered effects of multiple medications and their effect on patients with several comorbidities

Additional Certifications, licenses & Affiliations

Registered Nurse (Missouri) since August 1996

Registered Nurse (Illinois) since August 2016

American Heart Association ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) January 2018-2020

American Heart Association BLS (Basic Life Support) January 2018-2020

Member of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society 1995-2000 & 2017-present

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (Certified Member) June 2017-present

American Nurses Association (Member) June 2017-present

American Nurses Credentialing Center (Certified Member) 2017-present

SKILLS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

Proficient in English and Croatian/Bosnian language

Graduate literature review on medical interpretation efficacy and patient satisfaction (Goldfarb School of Nursing, Spring 2017).

Third place winner for poster presentation on medical interpretation efficacy and patient satisfaction (Goldfarb School of Nursing, Spring 2017).

Deans Scholarship Recipient (Goldfarb School of Nursing, Summer 2017)

Missouri League of Nursing Scholarship First Place Winner (Spring 2017)



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