Yasmin K. Sealey MSN, FNP-BC
Boynton Beach, FL 33426
Motivated recent graduate Family Nurse Practitioner with over 13 years nursing experience. Expansive clinical experience in critical care, telemetry and leadership. Flexible, self-starter who acclimates quickly to diverse settings. Detailed oriented professional committed to providing exceptional patient centered healthcare. Licensure
APRN, Florida December 2017 December 2019
Registered Nurse, Florida October 2005 April 2019
06/08/2013- Present Lead Clinical Operations on a fast paced 45 bed Telemetry Unit consisting of Registered Nurses, Patient Care Assistants, Monitor Technicians in an Acute Care setting.
Conduct daily status now action planning for each patient to ensure appropriateness of hospital transition based on individual need for Skilled Nursing, Home Health or Rehabilitation services. Collaborate with physicians and case management in order to facilitate necessary treatments and services required for quality care. Serve as clinical resource for all staff as well as manage emergent procedures necessary for prompt stabilization of changes in patients condition.
10/08/2012-06/13/2013 Registered Nurse, ICU, Palm Beach Gardens Center, FL Deliver a comprehensive range of direct nursing care to acute and chronically ill. Applied the nursing process as a continuum of practice within the Intensive Care Unit. Act as a patient advocate to promote the restoration of health through a collaborative approach. Document assessment data and utilize information to provide safe, continuous care and ensure the highest level of patient satisfaction while practicing as a travel nurse.
06/11/2012- 06/08/2014 Registered Nurse, PACU, ENDOSCOPY, MHC Staffing, FL Applied the nursing process to identify patient needs for continuous assessment in the outpatient setting. Monitored patients following surgical procedures ensuring hemodynamic stability, intervention and pain management. Communicated procedural documentation and continuation of treatments and follow up care. Communicated effectively among the interdisciplinary team and families to assure patient safety and satisfaction.
10/05/2009-06/08/2012 Registered Nurse, Cardiac Care Unit, Holy Cross Hospital, FL Facilitated the care of critically ill clients of various disease processes. Responds to Codes as per hospital guidelines and ACLS protocols. Educated clients using resource materials and technology; evaluate the need for reinforcement or support, utilizing various teaching styles. Assumed leadership role as charge nurse for clinical staff and served as a resource during the Electronic Medical Record transition. Served as a council member for practice improvement within a MAGNET facility.
09/01/2007-10/01/2009 Registered Nurse, Critical Care Northwest Medical Center, FL Assured a high level of quality care by adhering to therapeutic standards; measuring health outcomes against patients care goals and standards. Follow hospital policy and procedures as well as the standards of care required for patients in the ICU and set by the facility.
04/11/2002-08/28/2007 Registered Nurse, ICU Broward General Medical Center, FL Utilized scholarship opportunities within the institution to complete a nursing degree and advance from patient care technician onto graduate nurse. Received Essentials of Critical Care Core Curriculum and applied the fundamentals of nursing once licensed as an RN. Applied the theoretical basis of the nursing process for administration of clinical treatments. FNP-Student Attained over 540 clinical hours performing patient examinations, obtaining health histories and assigning differential diagnoses. Education
08/19/2017 Master’s Science Nursing Nova Southeastern Univ, FL 08/05/2010 Bachelor of Science Nursing, Nova Southeastern Univ, FL 08/10/2005 Associates of Science Nursing, Broward College, FL Credentials
12/2017 ANCC Board Certified
03/2018 Advanced Cardiac Life Support
04/2019 Basic Cardiac Life Support
Military Service 1st Lieutenant, Army Nurse Corps. 345th CSH St. Petersburg, FL 09/2013- 2017 Basic Officer Leadership Course, Nov 2014 Uphold the responsibilities and values of the United States military required to serve as a leader in the army reserves. Credentialed and trained to function as an 66H8A, critical care army nurse. Mentor soldiers for career advancement and soldier readiness.