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Nurse Practitioner Medical

Wilbraham, Massachusetts, United States
August 12, 2018

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Rebecca M. Gurney

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Wilbraham, MA *1095

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H: 413-***-****



May 2009 to Masters of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner

May 2013 University of Saint Joseph

West Hartford, CT

Summer 2004 Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Cum Laude

To May 2006 Elms College

Chicopee, MA

August 1990 Diploma in Nursing

To May 1993 Baystate Medical Center School of Nursing

Springfield, MA

1989 to Springfield Technical Community College

May 1991 Springfield, MA

Continuing education requirements towards a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 24 semester credit hours.

1988 to 1990 University of Connecticut

Storrs, CT

Science and Liberal Arts courses in the School of Nursing,

54 semester credit hours

1984 to 1988 College Preparatory Diploma

Minnechaug Regional High School

Wilbraham, MA


Monson Medical: Main Street, Monson, MA

(September 2012 – May 2013) Under the supervision of Dr. Lori Trask for my clinical rotations of Advanced Clinical practicum (180 hours) and Pediatric rotation (180 hours) for a total of 360 hours I saw patients ranging in age from newborn to age 21. Performed Well child check-ups, collaborated with physician to make diagnoses and treatment recommendations, ordered appropriate medications, immunizations, labs and diagnostic tests, performed sick visit evaluations, updrafts, wart removals, parent and patient education, as well as psychosocial evaluation. In addition, I also went to the hospital to assist with newborn checks.

Fitzpatrick, Moran,

Costa & Haag-Rickertt: Carew Street, Springfield, MA

(May 2012 – August 2012) Under the supervision of Dr. Robert Costa for my clinical rotation of OB-GYN (total of 60 hours). Observed and performed women’s yearly pelvic exams, as well as prenatal visits. Collaborated with the physician to make diagnoses and treatment recommendations to the patient. Observed placement of IUD’s and discussed best forms of birth control. Assisted with patient education. In addition, I worked with midwives at Family planning clinics: Tapestry Health in Holyoke and Caring Health Center in Springfield under Dr. Robert Costa’s supervision.

Hartford Healthcare

Medical Group: North Main Street, Manchester, CT

(January 2012 – April 2012) Under the supervision of Dr. Michael Underwood for my Adult clinical rotation I spent a total of 180 hours seeing patients ages 18 and over. In collaboration with the physician, as well as, another Nurse Practitioner, I saw patients, performed exams, and assisted with diagnoses, ordering medications, labs, diagnostic studies, and assisted in patient education.


May 21, 2018 to Nurse Practitioner – Full time

Present Shriners Hospital for Children, Springfield, MA

Pre-admission testing which includes: history and physical for surgical patients, discussing surgical consents, blood transfusion consents, as well as general hospital consents and drawing any needed blood work for upcoming surgery on children of all ages. In addition, obtain any family history which may affect the patient during surgery.

March 2017 to Nurse Practitioner – Pediatric Practice/Part-time

May 11, 2018 Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, Wilbraham, MA

Examination and assessment of pediatric patients: newborn to age 22. Perform well child checks, sick visits, behavioral health visits, problem visits. Ordering of diagnostic studies (x-rays, ultrasounds, MRIs, labs, and referrals to specialists as needed). Perform small procedures such as cryotherapy on warts and small incision and drainage. Rotate on call hours as well as weekend hours with the other providers in the office .

August 2016 Adjunct Faculty – Family Nurse Practitioner Program

To Present University of Saint Joseph, West Hartford, CT

Performing site visits for the FNP students to evaluate the student during their clinical rotations in order to make sure the student is performing up to standards of a future NP, evaluate the preceptor to make sure the student is getting the experience they need to fulfill the requirements needed for their rotation.

December 2015 Nurse Practitioner – Pediatric Practice/part-time 3 days a week

To February 16, 2017 Westfield Pediatrics, Westfield, MA

Examination and assessment of pediatric patients: newborn to age 22. Perform well child checks, sick visits and problem visits. Ordering of diagnostic studies (x-rays, ultrasounds, labs, referrals to specialists as needed). Small procedures such as cryotherapy on warts and the release of ingrown/infected toe nails.

July 2015 Nurse Practitioner – Per Diem

To April 2016 Wing Emergency Services, Palmer, MA

Examination and assessment of urgent care/fast track patients of all ages, ordering of appropriate diagnostic studies (X-rays, labs, EKG’s, etc.), suturing of lacerations, incision and drainage of abscesses, splinting of fractures, ordering of medications, counseling, patient education, referrals as needed, and follow-up appointments based on diagnosis.

November 2013 Sales person - temporary

To May 2016 Quinn’s Fine Jewelry, Wilbraham, MA

Responsible for aiding with the opening and closing of the store which involves the set-up and dismantling of the jewelry; assisting customers with jewelry selection, as well as cash and credit transactions, intake of jewelry repairs, input of repairs into computer system, tracking inventory, and assisting customer with special orders.

May 2008 Clinical Application Specialist

To January 2012 MD Solutions, Inc., Boston, MA

Responsible for all clinical aspects of the Allscripts EMR including: template builds, training of all end users either in a group classroom or a one on one setting, support of the end users (clinical staff: MD’s, PA’s, NP’s, RN’s, LPN’s and MA’s), aid in the development of training manuals for the end user, documentation of current state workflows to assist in future state/electronic workflows, attend meetings to assist in keeping the project on track, meet with technical staff in order to convey the needs of the end user and assist where needed. Assist on the client help desk in resolving tickets that are of a clinical nature. Work with the physician champion as needed in order to guarantee that the clinical end users’ needs are being met and there is nothing further that can be done to make their experience a more positive one. Observe the workflow to ensure a smooth running environment. Make modifications to the workflow, where needed in order to provide patient satisfaction as well as to give the providers a greater return on investment. Assist with the development of the current electronic workflow to ensure efficiency and user accuracy. Attend EMR/compliance meetings to guarantee that any policies and safeguards set forth by the organization would be followed within the electronic chart as they had been in the paper chart. QA of reports and documents. Write policies and procedures to help safe guard patient safety during their care.

February 2006 Clinical Systems Systems Specialist

To May 2008 GE Healthcare Strategic Sourcing, Wilbraham, MA

Responsible for the clinical coordination, planning, design, development, implementation, and maintenance of the Allscripts Electronic Medical Record (EMR). Consult with the Physician Champion on a weekly basis to discuss the needs of the physician users. Collaborate, on a weekly basis, with both the client and the EMR Team that includes managers of I.T. departments and various upper level management representatives. Communicate to both client and team members the issues and resolutions of the EMR Project. Train all clinical personnel (in a group or a one on one setting), which includes physicians, PA’s and NP’s, nurses, and medical assistants on the use and functionality of the EMR. Documented clinical workflows using Visio to aid in the design of the EMR. In addition, developed training material for physicians and trained them on how to bill electronically for services rendered via iPAQ’s (PDA’s) or desktop computers. Task management for clinical and administrative users on the EMR. Process edited encounters to ensure clean claim submission within the IDX system. Work with internal staff and external clients for resolution of issues. Certified as a trainer on Centricity Physician Office EMR for both Set up and Functionality of the system.

January 2005 School Nurse

To February 2006 Hampden-Wilbraham Regional School District, Wilbraham, MA

Float school nurse for school age children from pre-school through high school. I provided care for both their physical and psychological well-being.

September 1993 Registered Nurse

To December 2005 Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, MA

Full-time, part-time, and per-diem staff nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Provide primary care/family-centered care nursing to a very culturally diverse population. Teach family members to care for infants’ medical and nutritional needs at home. Assist physicians and nurse practitioners with procedures, provide daily care, and distribute medications to newborns. Helped with the collection of specimens or data for the providers who were conducting any research studies. Certified in Neonatal CPR and as a transport nurse. (September 1993 – October 1996 was full-time, October 1996 – August 1999 was part-time, August 1999 – January 2001 was per-diem, January 2001 – March 2004 was part-time, and then March 2004 – December 2005 was per-diem. All positions were worked on the 7p – 7 am shift.)


September 2011 to University of Saint Joseph

May 2013 West Hartford, CT

(Graduate assistantship position 6-8 hours a week)

Responsibilities: Teaching Assistant for the Advanced Health Assessment course for the graduate students (fall of 2011). Assist with setting up for the lab, aid the students in their assessment skills as well as answer any questions they may have regarding performing a head to toe assessment from a NP perspective. Assist the professor with any other coursework as needed. TA for the undergraduate Health Assessment class (spring of 2012). Assist with the lab and aid the students with perfecting their skills. Work in the nursing department office assisting on various tasks, such as aiding in clinical placement for the NP students, filing, and other various assignments as needed.

AWARDS: General Federation of Women’s Clubs of Massachusetts Memorial Education Fellowship for Graduate Study - 2012

Baystate Medical Center Nursing Excellence Award – 2006

Baystate Medical Center School of Nursing Alumni Scholarship for continuing education - 1993

LICENSURE: RN MA License # 20414

NP-C MA License # 20414

NPI # 126*******

DEA# MG3525411

RN CT License # 88068

NP-C CT License #6737

CERTIFICATION: AANP Certification # F1014660

CPR and AED certified

ORGANIZATIONS: Member of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International

Member of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (# 1620133)


SERVICE: Volunteer for the committee for the Western Massachusetts Arthritis Walk in 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2012.

INTERESTS: Spending time with my children, swimming, running, walking my dogs, and reading.

FAMILY: I have been married since July 1994. I have three daughters: 20, 19, and 18.

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