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Phone: 386-***-**** E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Committed to the art and science of the profession of advance nursing, with pursuit of progressive opportunities; focusing on both quality leadership and exceptional clinical skill, with a passion to make a difference in the lives of others.
“Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises.” Demosthenes
•Current Graduate Student: Family Nurse Practitioner, Jacksonville University (est. April, 2018)
•Bachelor of Science in Nursing, University of Central Florida (2012)
•Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Central Florida (2010)
•Associates of Arts, with honors, Daytona State College (2009)
•Degree- Certified Nursing Assistant, Daytona Beach Community College (2002)
Licensures and Certification
•Application to sit for AANP Certification submitted; status pending program completion
•Registered Nurse, State of Florida RN9350372 (7/2018)
•Basic Life Support Certification, American Heart Association
•Florida Hospital New Smyrna- Transitional Care Coordinator (November 17, 2013-Present)
Coordination of Hospital Assistive Program(s), focusing on Charity management: billing for all inpatient and outpatient services provided to patients without coverage; acquiring agreements/contracts with outpatient providers for necessary medical services, as needed; and direct patient assessment when concern for psychological stability rises at in-network outpatient facilities.
•Stewart Marchman Act, Crisis Stabilization- Pinegrove (February 20, 2013-Present)
Emergency Services Department: triage and nurse screening. Roles and responsibilities include admission assessment and full preliminary diagnostic impression- both physical and psychological. Hospital patient packet review- labs, history and physical, and general review of medical management. Case Management; placement at facilities per patient's medical needs, with consideration of insurance and continuity of care.
•Western Governors University, Clinical Coach- Pinegrove (August, 2013- 2014)
Adjunct instructor via Pinegrove Emergency Services. Clinical instruction with a focus on patient care- assessment and diagnostic impression. Student evaluations.
•Stewart Marchman Act, RAP- Adolescent Inpatient Program (September, 2013-2014)
Medical management of inpatient population; case management- appointments, parent notification, and allocation of care per client needs.
•South Seminole Hospital, Behavioral Health (Oct. 1, 2012-March 2013)
Working within the scope of nursing, with the majority of hours spent in ILOC- intensive level of care. Responsible for medication management; assessment, with applicable interventions implemented as necessary; constructing a plan of care, and following through with adjustments that expedite discharge and patient treatment; collaborating with other staff and working as a team with care provided; advocating on patients’ behalf, and facilitating outpatient resources; counseling patients and redirecting as necessary; diffusing hypervigilant behavior, and taking the necessary precautions to prevent potential behavior before escalation. Patient population served ranges from geriatric to children, with adults being the primary demographic, and their diagnoses being equally variable.
Family Nurse Practitioner: Clinical Hours
Course and Hours
NUR 501 Advanced Health Assessment 48
NUR 503 Adult Health Promotion 70.2
NUR 509 Pediatric Primary Care 77
NUR 515 Women's Health 64
NUR 517 Mental Health and Crisis Intervention 30
NUR 553 Advanced Role Practicum 258.5
*At program completion, total hours will be >/=600
Professional/Academic Organization Involvement
•American Association of Nurse Practitioners
•Golden Key International Honors Society
•Psi Chi National Honor Society