MARILYN ALEXANDER BARNES, R.N.C., M.S.N., F.N.P.-C
*** ***** ******* *****; MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE 19709
Phone: 302-***-**** e-mail: email@example.com
EDUCATION: Master of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner.
Wilmington College (Now University)
New Castle, DE (May 1998)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Delaware State University, Dover, DE (May 1992)
Associate Degree in Nursing, New Mexico State University, Carlsbad, (Las Cruces – main campus), NM (May 1983)
Bachelor of Science in Biology, Delaware State University Dover, DE. 19901 (May 2005)
ADVANCE PRACTICE EXPERIENCE:
Fort Bliss Soldier Resilience and Readiness Center – El Paso, Tx
October 2012 to present; Sterling Medical employer
Current position includes giving care to those who are well, sick and wounded in the "SRP/SRRC site under the supervision of William Beaumont Army Medical Center. Position entails interviewing service members as part of a medical records overview in preparation for the service member’s mobilization or demobilization to/from oversea tours. Clinical services provided as part of a Primary Care rotation.
ALLIED HEALTH GROUP OF NORCROSS, GA,
October 2011-July 2012
Full-time assignment included rotation for ten months with William Beaumont Army Medical Center at Fort Bliss. Quick Care Clinic assignment was under the direct supervision of the Emergency Medical Chief of Medicine. Responsibilities included fast tract, orthopeadic care and care to children/adults.
FAMILY HEALTH OF DELAWARE
July 2010-July 2011
Employed full time with privately owned family practice. Dr. Tonwe was collaborating physician as well owner and founder of this practice. Responsibilities included primary care of children as well as adults. Full hospital privileges and rotation of on call and daily patient rounds to the med-surg floors, intermediate step down and routine rounds on newborns, excluding high risk neonates. Emergency hospital admissions and discharge of patients. H&P dictation upon admission as well as discharge.
CHU: COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE CENTERS INCOPORATED OF NEW JERSEY:
December 2007-July 2012:
Services include management of acute and chronic illness for all ages. Services provided to various ethnic groups. Services mainly geared to preventive medicine, which include basic gynecological services
KENT COUNTY COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER/DELMARVA RURAL MINISTRIES:
December 1998-December 2001
Fulfilling service in caring for the poor and indigent population. The majority of full-time employment was to render primary care, which included basic gynecological care and referrals for abnormalities.
BAYHEALTH MEDICAL CENTER-Alternative care
March 2002-January 2007:
Per-Diem Advanced Nurse Practitioner. Responsibilities included, urgent care need and urgent care assessments, as well as temporary treatment for immediate chronic conditions such as hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia. Occupational health care was major task in this institution as well. School physical were included as well as gynecological exams for STD's.
CHRISTIANA HEALTH CARE SYSTEM:
January 2000-April 2002.
FAMILY HEALTH OF DELAWARE, INC:
December 1998-November 2003.
DELMARVA RURAL MINISTRIES (now called KENT COMMUNTY HEALTH CENTER)
December-1998-December- 2001, care was given to the indigent and poor.
DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY
February 2004 – June 2004.
Relief FNP (PRN only) for Student Health Care Center as a relief employee. Provided urgent and chronic care needs. Per Title X grant, addressed gynecological needs for females, provided treatment for male and female sexually transmitted diseases, birth control and abstinence counseling.
UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND MEDICAL CENTER:
July 2004-August 2004. A temporary assignment as a traveling Nurse Practitioner.
PLANNED PARENTHOOD OF DELAWARE, DOVER, DE:
REGISTERED NURSE EXPERIENCE:
U.S NURSING STAFF
Jan 1999 – present
Most recent experience: Dec 2004-Jan 2005 St. John’s Mercy Hospital; St. Louis, MO
Rotations included ICU, CCU, E.R., Labor and Delivery, Women's Health, and Endoscopy.
September 2004-Decmber 2004: Methodist Hospital; Philadelphia, PA – Telemetry assignment
January 1997: Woman and Infants Hospital; Providence, RI – Labor and Delivery assignment.
This temporary traveling assignment last three weeks.
BEEBE MEDICAL CENTER
May 1992-October 1999
Full-time (as employee of Beebe Medical Center): September 1997-October 1999:
Women’s Health Pavilion: Professional expertise included the care of the expectant mother during antepartum, labor and postpartum period. Care of the newborn immediately after birth until discharge. Clinical experience included NST fetal monitoring, rhogam injections, level 1 nursing, transportation of high-risk moms an their neonates from Beebe to Christiana NICU and Bay Health NICU.
Part-time (as employee of Interim Health Care of Delaware): May 1992-September 1997:
Various rotations throughout the hospital included, E.R., ICU step down, pediatrics, and med/surg.
DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY
August 1992-MONTH 1997
January 1994-January 1997
Department Of Nursing Education: Admissions Coordinator, Lab Skills Coordinator & Freshmen Orientation Instructor for Nursing Majors
August 1992-May 1994.
Student Wellness Center: Provided sports screenings and physicals, standard treatment protocols, and assisted with management and treatment of acute attacks, immunizations, TB screenings, and referrals.
BAY HEALTH MEDICAL CENTER
January 1986-October 1992
Staff R.N. on busy medical-surgical floor. Alternated as charge nurse. Participated in new graduate nurse preceptorship
INTERIM HEALTH CARE OF DELAWARE, INC
November 1990-September 2007
Opportunities have included rotation to various long-term care facilities, various hospitals.
Kent Count. Counseling Services:
Methadone dispensing RN with primary focus on heroine addicted patients.
CLINICAL HOURS COMPLETED: 607
Wilmington College, New Castle, Delaware
MSN, Family Nurse Practitioner Internship
David Birch, D.O., Private Family Practice, Rehoboth, Delaware
June-Aug 1994; Feb-June 1995; July 1995, October 1995, Apr-June 1997; July-Aug 1997, Jan-Apr 1998
Adolescent Resource Center of Delaware –Christiana Health Care Services
Planned Parenthood of Delaware; Wilmington, Delaware
Willis Boyd M.D. Private OB-GYN "Health Care for Women", Lewes, Delaware.
Pediatric Cardiologists of Delaware: Dr's Septimus, Bhat, Kane; Christiana, DE.
Teresa Little M.D., Central Delaware's Family Practice; Dover, DE.
Department of Public Health and Social Services –James Williams State Service Center.
Delaware Healthcare Network, Seaford, DE.
Julia Pillsbury, D.O., Private Pediatric Practice, Dover, DE.
Georgetown Public Health Department, Georgetown, DE.
Millard Willbanks M.D. Internal Medicine(Gastroenterology); Rehoboth, DE.
Awarded 1991 Delaware State University Nursing Departmental Monetary scholarship for academic excellence.
Freshmen Orientation: Focused on incoming freshmen nursing students. "Learning to Learn" was the focus for those academic years, 1995-1997 at Delaware State University. #12-101-15&16.
Physical Assessment: Emphasis upon the physical aspect of the human body and some of its basic abnormalities. Focus on anatomical and physiological aspects. #28-211-13&22. 1995-1996 at DSU.
COMMUNITY SERVICE, CHURCH AUXILIARY SERVICE AND EVAGELISM.
*Membership is current at the Bibleway, Temple COGIC
*Accepted the call to the ministry 1995
*Completed recommended courses prior to examining board
*Completed and passed necessary examination
*Attendance to multiple local, district, state and national functions.
*Attendance to multiple medical continuing education courses as well as national spiritual meetings.
*Current President of the Bibleway Temple C.O.G.I.C. WOMEN'S CHOIR.
*Also participation in all choir's@ my local church except for the men's choir. And member of the District, State and participation in the National C.H. Mason Memorial International Choir.
*Assisted and ministered in several revivals.
*Served as President of the State nursing auxiliary for several years for the Delaware Churches of God in Christ Jurisdiction. This service included rendering emergency Medical services to the sick during times of state meetings as well as participating and organizing workshops for the Adults, teens and children in regards to their health And well-being.