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Family Nurse Practitioner

Location:
Spencer, Oklahoma, United States
Salary:
90,000
Posted:
May 27, 2018

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KATHERINE MAYNE

**** ***** **.

Spencer, OK *****

Cell: 405-***-****

EDUCATION

California State University, Fresno

Master of Science, Nursing; Family Practice, Primary Care, 1998

Magna cum Laud

Bachelor of Science, Nursing, 1982

University of California, 1976-1979

Engineering and pre-nursing

Fresno City College, Fresno, CA

Summer 1980, Political Science

Summer 1994, Spanish

CREDENTIALS AND CERTIFICATIONS

APRN License, Oklahoma (2004) and California (1998)

RN California, 1982

Basic Cardiac Life Support, expires 11/2019

Spanish Language, somewhat fluent

French Language, somewhat fluent

EXPERIENCE

Urgent Care Travel March-April 2016 and April-August 2017

Locum Tenens: DOT physicals and urgent care of children through geriatrics. Wrote prescriptions.

Passport Health November 2015 to January 2016

Traveled the state doing wellness exams. Patient education with diagnosis of

diabetes, hypertension, and dietary advice.

Family Practice and Urgent Care December 2014 to June 2015

Family practice of all ages and urgent care of temporary illnesses, chronic

diseases with exacerbations, and accidents.

Prevention Plus April 2011 to February 2015

Treated pain with deep muscle machines. Ordered physical therapy and nail

care for diabetics. Wrote prescriptions.

Servant Living Center April 2010 to April 2011

RN at long term care facility. Passed medications and gave treatments. Initiated CPR. Assisted CNAs.

Home Businesses April 2009 to April 2010

Seamstress, horse training, horse riding lessons.

Medford Family Clinic April 2008 to April 2009

Family practice and urgent care of all ages. Ordered labs and x-rays. Wrote

prescriptions.

Physician's Urgent Care May 2005 to April 2007

Family practice and urgent care of all ages. Ordered labs and x-rays. Made

referrals to many specialists. Casted, sutured, wrote prescriptions.

Northern Oklahoma College August 2004 to May 2005

Adjunct Clinical Instructor-Practicum instructor for maternal/child and

medical-surgical sophomore community college students. Provided input in course

materials, assigned practicum grades, graded written work, educated and advised

students.

United States Postal Service April 2004 to January 2005

Post Master Leave Relief: Functioned as Post Master when assigned Post

Master was unable to be at the Post Office. Managed and sorted mail, managed

rural carrier, sold stamps, sold money orders, prepared and submitted daily financial accounting work, and maintained daily paper work.

Mayne Event Videos 1992 to 2005

Photographer and videographer; digital editing; photography editing,

development and printing; and digital printing. Serving horse shows, sport teams,

TV commercials, and educational endeavors.

Horse Trainer and Riding Instructor 1994 to 2016

Trained young horses and provided riding instruction for children and adults.

Northern Oklahoma College August 2004 to May 2005

Individual and group tutoring of community college students in English,

Spanish, French, reading, writing, history, government, computer concepts, biology, chemistry, math, geometry, algebra, physiology, anatomy, and nursing.

Orosi Family Medical Care; Orosi, CA March 2000 to March 2001

Rural Health Clinic, Family Nurse Practitioner

Sole practitioner for primary, secondary and tertiary care of rural families,

primarily Medi-Cal or uninsured. Performed CHDP and CCS services, including

physical exams. Provided care for infants through elderly, largely Spanish-speaking, Hispanic clientele. Experienced with diabetes, obesity, cardiovascular diseases, respiratory diseases endocrine diseases, male and female exams, casting and suturing.

Primary Care Consultants June 1998 to December 1998

Family Practice, Private Practice, Family Nurse Practitioner

Primary, secondary and tertiary care of family practice clients in three

clinics. Assumed care of diabetic and asthmatic clients. Performed monthly and

annual physical exams of convalescent home clients. Participated in night and

weekend call on a rotating basis.

Community Health System; Fresno, CA February 1998 to April 2000

Clovis Community Hospital, RN, Maternal/Child Department

Cared for premature, ill, and normal newborns in the Special Care Nursery

(Level 2). Stabilized unstable infants for transportation to a Level 3 nursery at

Valley Children's Hospital. Provided post-partum care of new mothers and their

newborns.

Interim Healthcare; Fresno, CA February 1995 to February 1998

Nursing Registry, Staff Relief RN (when local acute hospitals were short staffed)

in medical-surgical departments, emergency departments, postpartum,

special care nursery, and long-term care facilities.

Hinds Hospice Services; Fresno, CA June 1994 to January 1995

Home Hospice RN--On-call RN, nights and weekends, for case manager RNs.

Fielded all telephone calls from clients and their families, initiated home visits for

each phone call, performed home hospice care and education, provided

social/emotional support for clients and their families, and phone consultation with physicians, pharmacists, and mortuaries.

Central California Blood Center; Fresno, CA September 1992 to September 1995

Charge Nurse, Mobile Blood Drives

Managed community blood drives in five counties. Supervised staff and

volunteers, Initiated and managed blood donations, problem solved, educated

clients, responsible for quality assurance and standards.

Community Dialysis Center; Fresno, CA April 1993 to April 1994

Charge Nurse

Managed staff and clients of a 17 station outpatient, chronic hemodialysis

clinic. Organized patient scheduling and patient flow, performed sterile technique,

managed dialysis crises, educated and counseled clients, organized paperwork for

state audits.

Valley Medical Center; Fresno, CA January 1992 to August 1992

Staff and Charge Nurse

Managed staff, responsible for shift scheduling, nursing care of postpartum

mothers and normal newborns, and postpartum and newborn care education.

XLNCAP Accounting 1982-1992

Manager, Computerized accounting

Managed computerized accounting business, solicited customers, data entry,

managed accounts receivable and accounts payable, provided year-end statements and W-2 forms for clients.

Tutor, self-employed 1982 to 2004

Individual and group tutoring of ages 5 to adult in Spanish, French, English,

reading, writing, history, government, computer concepts, biology, chemistry, math, geometry, algebra, physiology, and anatomy.

AWARDS

Employee of the Year, Fresno Mayor's Committee for Employment of Persons with

Disabilities, October, 1998

National Multiple Sclerosis Foundation Scholarship recipient, 1995

San Joaquin Valley Health Consortium, President's Scholarship recipient, June 1993

Nurse of the Month, June 1992

Dean's List, 1978-1979, 1981-1982

California Scholarship Federation Lifetime Member, 1976

Kiwanis Club Scholarship recipient, 1976

National French Contest, 4th place, 1976

ADDITIONAL TRAINING, SEMINARS, AND WORKSHOPS

To Breathe Freely! Asthma and Allergy for the Primary Care Physician (June

2001) Medical World Conferences; Visalia, CA

Diabetes Epidemic:A Central Valley Perspective (May 2001), California Central

Valley Chapter of Diabetes Educators; Fresno, CA

To Breathe Freely! Asthma and Allergy for the Primary Care Physician

(September, 2000), Medical World Conferences; Fresno, CA

Diabetes Update (March 2000), University of California, San Francisco; San

Francisco, CA

Introduction to MS Word (February, 1999), ExecuTrain; Fresno, CA

Suturing Workshop (February, 1999), California Coalition of Nurse Practitioners;

Fresno, CA

Basic Cardiac Dysrhythmia (ACLS) (June to July, 1998), Dina Kassell, RN, MSN,

Community Health System; Fresno, CA

Assessment of the Knee and Ankle (May, 1998), Rebecca Starr, MS, Department of Kinesiology, California State University, Fresno; Fresno, CA

Inter-professional Collaboration Seminar and Practicum August, 1997 to June,

1998), California State University, Fresno; Fresno, CA

Anger Management Workshop (May, 1998), Ellen Ramsey, RN, MSN, Community

Health System; Fresno, CA

Listening Skills (April, 1998), Ellen Ramsey, RN, MSN, Community Health System; Fresno, CA

Neonatal Pharmacology: Facts and Fallacies (April, 1998), O. Barry Magnun, Pharm D, Community Health System; Fresno, CA

Communication Skills/Conflict Resolution (April, 1998), Ellen Ramsey, RN, MSN,

Community Health System; Fresno, CA

Seminar in Delegation (March, 1998), Ellen Ramsey, RN, MSN, Community Health System; Fresno, CA

Volunteer Training (October to November, (1997), Fresno County Department of

Mental Health; Fresno, CA

Multicultural Retreat for Student Leaders (January, 1994), California State

University, Fresno; Fresno, CA

Tutoring Workshop (August, 1992 to January, 1993), Department of English, California State University, Fresno; Fresno, CA

Male and Female Examinations (November, 1993), Department of Nursing,

California State University, Fresno; Fresno, CA

Southeast Asian Cultural Values Seminar (April, 1997), Valley Medical Center;

Fresno, CA

Spanish Language Classes

California State University, Fresno, CA, (Fall, 1994)

Fresno City College (Summer, 1994)

University of California, Davis (1978-1979)

French Language Classes

University of California, Davis (March, 1979 to June, 1979)

El Camino Real High School. Woodland Hills. CA (September 1973 to June, 1976)

Sepulveda Junior High School, Sepulveda, CA (September, 1972 to June, 1973)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Sigma Theta Tau, International Nursing Honor Society, 1994 to present

California Coalition of Nurse Practitioners, Region 9 and California State Member, 1992 to 2004; Treasurer (May, 1998 to September, 1999)

Clovis Community Hospital, Maternal/Child Department, Moral Committee Member

Multicultural Awareness Club, California State University, Fresno; previous member

Disabled Student Services, California State University, Fresno; previous member, Treasurer and President

Caduceus, Pre-medical Club, California State University, Fresno; previous member, treasurer, and vice-president

PRESENTATIONS, PUBLICATIONS, AND PROJECTS

Diabetes Among American Indians: Incidence and Treatment. Comprehensive

examination of Master of Science degree, Department of Nursing, California State

University, Fresno; May, 1998

Genetically Engineered Animals and Foods. Paper and presentation, Department of Biology, California State University, Fresno; December. 1996

You Can Do It, Too. Panel member (televised) Reentry Student Office, California State University, Fresno; October, 1996

Experiential Research Scholarship Project. National Multiple Sclerosis Foundation,1995

Hypertension: What You Can Control. Paper and presentation, Department of Nursing, California State University, Fresno; May, 1995

The United States Health Care Crisis. Paper and presentation, Department of Nursing, California State University, Fresno; October, 1994

Exercise Across the Lifespan. Paper and presentation, Department of Nursing,

California State University, Fresno; October, 1994

Comparison of Self-Esteem of Hemodialysis vs. Peritoneal Dialysis Clients. Paper and presentation, Department of Nursing, California State University, Fresno; May, 1994

Sexual Health Knowledge and Practices of College Students. Paper and presentation, Department of Nursing, California State University, Fresno; May, 1994



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