Resourceful bedside nurse with 4 years of experience in acute care medicine.
Bilingual in Russian and English.
Leadership skills as charge nurse.
Enterprising teacher for nursing students as an experienced clinical preceptor.
Compassionate professional, with proficient nursing skills as honored by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Magnet Hospital for clinical excellence.
Helpful educator for patient and their family.
High HCAHPS scores in regard to patient satisfaction, safety, and nursing care.
Very flexible and adaptable.
Barnes Jewish Hospital – Acute Medicine Unit 10200
January 2014 – Present
Address: 1 Barnes Jewish Hospital Plaza,
St. Louis, MO 63110 314-***-****
Responsible for: Performing physical exams and health histories. Providing health promotion, education and counseling to patients and families. Administrating medications, wound care, and various other personalized interventions. Interpreting pertinent information and making critical decisions. Coordinating care while collaborating with a wide range of health care professionals. Leading the unit as a charge nurse with a 18-26 patient population.
Masters in Family Nurse Practitioner: Maryville University (Class of 2017)
oCumulative GPA 4.0 on a 4.0 scale
Address: 650 Maryville University Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63141
Bachelors of Science in Nursing: Saint Louis University (Class of 2013)
Address: Saint Louis University School of Nursing
3525 Caroline Street
St. Louis, MO 63104
(314) 977- 8900
NP-C Missouri certified January 2018
RN BSN Missouri certified November 2013
AANP Certified Family Nurse Practitioner - January 2018
Critical Care - May 2013
Interprofesional Health Care - May 2013
Nurse Residency Program -July 2014
Professional Nursing Development Program - March 2017
Magnet Hospital recognition at Barnes Jewish Hospital - for excellence in patient care in the clinical setting.
Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honors society in 2016 and 2017 – for being in the top 35 percentile of Maryville University’s Graduate Nurse Practitioner Program and maintaining a 4.0 GPA through out the entire graduate program.
Professional Nursing Development Program
Upholding a lifelong interest of expertise in the health profession, and opportunities to experience professional growth and advancement. Promoting constructive innovations to the clinical nurse setting in order to deliver excellent, high quality patient care and safety.
1.Rick Hummel, MD. (Adult/Geriatric Clinical Preceptor)
314-***-**** Personnel Cell
2.Ashell Smith, RN, BSN, MSN. (Acute Care Medicine Manager -Barnes Jewish Hospital)
765-***-**** Personnel Cell