Erin Michelle Metcalf
**** *** ***. *** *****, CA 92103
Qualifications: Over 9 years of experience as a registered nurse in both acute care settings and outpatient settings. Over 800 hours of internship as a family nurse practitioner student. Proficient in managing patient visits, following standardized procedures for each facility, great interpersonal skills, knowledge of when to consult supervising physician, and eager to continuously learn adequate patient care. Education:
January 2015 – November 2017
University of Phoenix, Ontario, CA
Masters of Science in Nursing/Family Nurse Practitioner program GPA: 4.0
August 2004 – May 2008
Kent State University, Kent, OH
Graduated: May 2008 Bachelors of Science in Nursing GPA: 3.2
Skills and Accomplishments:
Experienced with several electronic health record programs
Types 55-60 words per minute
Voted 2011 Nurses’ Week representative for Grant Emergency Department Internship History:
May 2017 – November 2017: Family Nurse Practitioner Student at University of Phoenix
Company: Kaiser Permanente
Adult/Geriatric – 350 hours of primary care visits with a variety of patient complaints and health maintenance. Includes but not limited to managing infectious diseases, orthopedic complaints, headaches, etc. Outpatient management and referral to specialty as needed. Upkeep preventative health maintenance. Proficient with laboratory findings i.e. urine analysis, and extensive practice with radiology readings.
Pediatric – 190 hours of well-child visits, acute illnesses, and extensive education to parents. Knowledgeable on current vaccination guidelines. Great interaction with all age groups and knowledgeable on appropriate age-related care and anticipatory guidance.
Women’s Health – 150 hours of both obstetrics and gynecology visits. Comfortable with managing prenatal visits including appropriate anticipatory guidance, labs, etc. Experience with IUD placements and over 100 well- performed pap-smear with proper testing for age and health history. Employment History:
November 2017 – present: Registered Nurse
Company: Kaiser Permanente (San Diego) Cold and Flu Advice
Triage members over the phone who present with cold and/or flu-like symptoms. Offer appropriate medications, including prescription medications
(signed off by providers), schedule same-day appointment as necessary, or advise to seek immediate. This position allows me to practice to my full-scope as a registered nurse that will likely prepare me for future practitioner roles. May 2017 – present: Registered Nurse
Company: Kaiser Permanente (San Diego) Interventional Radiology
Responsible for review of patient’s medical history, allergies, and medications. Medication administration, sedation, and monitoring of patients undergoing invasive radiology procedures i.e. biopsies, reperfusion of AV fistulas, abscess drainage. Frequent documentation of status and ongoing care during procedure.
April 2015 – present: Registered Nurse
Company: Kaiser Permanente (San Diego) Outpatient Cardiology
Evaluate and screen the need and outcomes of those patients who are ordered to rule in or rule out cardiac etiology for their symptoms or current conditions. Proficient with electrocardiogram (EKG) readings. Conduct exercise stress tests, stress echocardiograms, and Dobutamine stress echocardiograms.
February 2013 – February 2014: Registered Nurse (American Mobile Healthcare)
See Kaiser Permanente (San Diego) Emergency Department description below February 2014 – May 2016: Registered Nurse
Company: Kaiser Permanente (San Diego) Emergency Department
One year as a traveling nurse, then staff member. Stroke center and exceeds expectations for sepsis treatments. 94 bed emergency room has prepared me to work at a fast pace with high volume of patients and high acuity of conditions. Accomplished critical thinking skills. August 2012 – February 2013: Registered Nurse
Company: American Mobile Healthcare (White Memorial Medical Center Los Angeles, CA Emergency Department)
Experienced a high volume of stroke patients. Skills in handling acutely sick people became stronger throughout this assignment. Other major illnesses included CHF, alcohol withdrawal, pneumonia, respiratory distress and failure, etc. The fast track portion of the ER included fractures, lacerations, URIs, etc. January 2011 - August 2012: Registered Nurse
Company: Ohio Health, Columbus, OH: Grant Medical Center Emergency Department
Level 1 trauma hospital in the center of downtown Columbus. As a trauma facility, stroke center, and STEMI certified. My practice as an emergency nurse began at a fast pace with a wide range of patient diagnosis. Grant is also Magnet Certified, so I was privileged to be a part of a strong nursing foundation.
November 2008 - January 2011: Registered Nurse
Company: Ohio Health, Columbus, OH; Grant Medical Center Medical Specialty Telemetry Unit
Patients ranged from end-stage renal disease requiring dialysis, heart failure, pneumonia, to cellulitis, asthma, and diabetes. My skills in monitoring telemetry, administering medications, and offering compassionate and safe care to patients was initiated and strengthened here. I was privileged to gain charge nurse experience as well on this unit.
January 2006 - August 2008: Lifeguard/Manager
Company: Cuyahoga Falls Parks and Recreation, Cuyahoga Falls, OH
Lifeguard instructor (LGI) certified, lifeguard, and manager. Basic CPR certifications maintained. Involved in several water rescues during peak season.
Licenses: (initial date)
California NP: January 2018
California RN: August 2012 (initial) August 2016 – 2018 (current) Ohio RN: November 2008 (expired)
Qualification/Certification: (initial date of certification) January 2018: ANCC American Nurses Credentialing Center, San Diego, CA exp. 2023
August 2012: CEN Emergency Nurses Association Los Angeles, CA exp. 2021 November 2008: BLS American Heart Association Columbus, OH exp. 2018 March 2010: ACLS American Heart Association Columbus, OH exp. 2018 June 2012: PALS American Heart Association Columbus, OH exp. 2018 November 2011: TNCC Emergency Nurses Association Columbus, OH expired February 2012: NIH Stroke American Heart Association Columbus, OH exp. 2019