Kateri Hendrickson Wall, NJ • firstname.lastname@example.org
Simmons University • Boston, MA Expected October 2018
Master of Science in Nursing Concentration: Family Nurse Practitioner
Sigma Theta Tau
Ocean County College • Toms River, NJ May 2013
Associate Degree Nursing, Science of Nursing
East Carolina University • Greenville, NC December 2009
Bachelors of Arts Degree Psychology
State of New Jersey Registered Nurse License # Expires June 2019
American Heart Association BLS/CPR Certified Expires June 2019
American Heart Association Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Certification August 2017
PROFESSIONAL NURSING EXPERIENCE
Bayada Home Health July 2014–present
Care for home bound patients with both long term and short-term home nursing care with needs ranging from medication administration, bowel programs, ventilator support, etc.
Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Pediatric Unit October 2014–present
Registered Nurse; Pediatric Unit
Patient population includes newborn-22 years with a wide range of diagnoses including step down patients requiring a higher level of care.
I am also qualified to work on the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Medical Surgical July 2013–October 2014
Registered Nurse; Pulmonary Medical-Surgical floor
Patient population includes general medical patients with respiratory diagnosis, patients on ventilators with cardiac monitoring, long term tracheotomies and patients required negative pressure rooms.
Barnabas Health Behavioral Health Center February 2010–Present
Mental Health Associate, Saint Barnabas Unit
Successfully utilize skills in diplomacy and problem-solving to effectively handle patients and defuse potential explosive situations
Coordinate and facilitate daily meetings with adult psychiatric patients that are based on difficulties related to depression, social and interpersonal problems, anxiety and addictions
Coordinate and facilitate daily meetings with adult geriatric patients that help increase cognitive awareness, promote social interactions and increase mobility
Monitor patient’s emotional and physical safety and security while on the unit