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Nurse Practitioner Registered

Denver, CO
October 26, 2018

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Isa Jo, FNP, RN, MSN

Contact Information

Mailing Address: 700 Colorado Blvd #420

Denver, CO 80206

Phone: 720-***-****


Personal Information

First name: Isa

Last name: Jo

Birth Date: June 27th, 1985

Work Experiences

September 2015 –

Current: Medical Director/NP

General Health Medical Center, Colorado Springs, CO, USA The applicant started her own practice in Colorado Springs, CO, in September 2015 which offers Family Medicine/Primary Care and housecall visits to assisted living facilities in Colorado Springs and Pueblo. September 2014 –

September 2015: Family Nurse Practitioner

Rocky Mountain Senior Care, CO, USA

Worked as a house-call primary care provider at Rocky Mountain Senior Care visiting the patients in independent livings, assisted living facilities, and nursing homes to treat patients.

September 2012 –

September 2014: Family Nurse Practitioner

WNY Medical, Buffalo, NY, USA

Worked in medical office and nursing home setting as primary care provider. Offices located in Amherst, Buffalo, Depew, Hamburg, and Derby.

August 2011 –

December 2011: Nursing Instructor

Niagara County Community College, NY, USA

Taught freshmen college students on nursing skills and hands-on experience in nursing clinical in nursing home setting. May 2010 –

June 2011: Registered Nurse

Elderwood at Heathwood, NY, USA

A staff nurse in respiratory unit. Part-time evening shift. January 2010 –

April 2010: Registered Nurse

Delaware Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, NY, USA Part-time, 30-40 hours a week. Worked in a subacute/rehab unit October 2007 –

March 2009: Nursing Assistant

Brothers of Mercy Nursing Home, NY, USA

Worked part-time while in nursing school in a long-term care facility. November 2005 –

January 2007: Freelance Translator

Korea Interpretation & Translation Center, Seoul, Korea Translated books and documents from Korean to English and English to Korean.


December 2011: D’Youville College, NY, USA

A master’s degree in Family Nurse Practitioner (MS) was conferred on December 31st, 2011. Nurses titled with FNP can work as primary care providers in various health care settings.

May 2009: D’Youville College, NY, USA

Conferred a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing (BS). This is the second Bachelor’s degree of this applicant. Graduated on May 16th, 2009. June 2007: State University of New York at Buffalo, NY, USA A Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Sciences (BS) was conferred on June 1st, 2007.

Licenses & Certificates

June 2014: Family Nurse Practitioner, Colorado, USA Has a full prescriptive authority to practice as an independent provider and PCP.

April 2012: ANCC Certified Family Nurse Practitioner Passed the ANCC FNP certification exam on April 3rd. This certification is widely accepted across the country to certify applicants as competent practitioners.

February 2012: Family Nurse Practitioner, New York, USA License and certificate issued by the New York State law upon the graduation.

February 2010: Registered Nurse,ON, Canada

Passed the CRNE exam taken on June 2nd, 2010. Full registration as RN is attainable with an actual employment in Ontario, Canada. July 2009: Registered Nurse, NY, USA

Passed the NCLEX-RN exam on July 14th. Registered as RN in New York State.

June 2010: Basic Life Support Certificate, NY, USA Certified by American Heart Association. Effective until July 2012. June 2007: Certified Nursing Assistant, FL, USA

Passed the written and the clinical exam in Miami, FL and was registered in Florida as CNA.

June 2007: Certified Nursing Assistant, NY, USA

Certificate was successfully acquired by reciprocity. Honors & Awards

January 2009 Dean’s List

D’Youville College, NY, USA

Students are named to the Dean’s List when they earn a minimum GPA of 3.75 with full-time credit hours.

May 2005 Dean’s List

State University of New York at Buffalo, NY, USA

Students are named to the Dean’s List for each semester in which they earn a minimum GPA of 3.6 and have completed 15 credit hours or more of coursework during the semester.


November 17, 2009

& Nov. 16, 2010: Discussion on North and South Korea D’Youville College, Buffalo, NY, USA

A presentation was given to public as one of the programs of the International Week at D’Youville College. The purpose of the presentation was to help the public to understand the two Koreas better. Professional Organization Membership

January 2010 –

January 2011: Professional Nurses Association of WNY, District 1 New York State Nurses Association, Inc., NY, USA

This association is to promote high standards of nursing practice, the professional and educational advancement of nurses, and the welfare of nurses to the end that all people will benefit as a result of the subsequent excellence in nursing care.

Leadership Experiences

January 2009 –

May 2009: International Student Club Officer: Treasurer D’Youville College, NY, USA

International Student Club is one of the official associations in D’Youville College. One of the major works of the club officers were to prepare the annual international festival week in April. Other Experiences

July 2011 Medical Mission to Haiti

Port-au-Prince, Haiti

A team of 28 members from New Hope Presbyterian Church in Buffalo went to the capital city of Haiti for relief work. As the only licensed RN, helped Dr. Jun, who was a general surgeon, to run a temporary medical clinic and directed two other nursing students for the 7-day mission.

August 2008 –

February 2012: Simultaneous Interpreter

New Hope Presbyterian Church, NY, USA

Interpreted sermons from Korean to English helping English-speaking church members to understand the sermons transmitted through the radio receiver in the sanctuary.

August 2009 –

December 2009: Media Team Staff: Sound System

New Hope Presbyterian Church, NY, USA

Served as staff at church. The media team (sound) is in charge of work related to installation of instruments, amplifiers, projectors, and other equipments.

January 2009 –

May 2009: Korean Language School Teacher

New Hope Presbyterian Church, NY, USA

Korean Language School was established in the late 90s in New Hope Presbyterian Church. Since then, the school has been funded by the Korean government, New Hope Church, regional development funds, and students’ tuitions. The students are primarily Korean American children and adults who need help in speaking and reading their native language. September 2007 –

December 2007: Physics Tutor

D’Youville College, Buffalo, NY, USA

Tutored students who need help in studying physics. Worked at the Learning Center at D’Youville College.

January 2007 –

April 2007: Research Assistant

Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY, USA

Worked as a volunteer in the microbiology laboratory at the hospital. The lab was specialized in cancer treatment. Learned how to do streaking on cultures. Read patients’ bacteria culture results and checked inventory of the lab supplies.


English Fluent

Korean Native

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