Tiffany Gardner, MSN-FNP-C
Tyler, Texas 75705
To obtain a position as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
I have obtained certification through AANP and currently awaiting licensing. I have completed 675 hours of hands on clinical hours. These hours include pediatrics, adult/gerontology, psychiatric and women’s health. I have also maintained a 3.68 GPA throughout my graduate school coarse work. I have worked in labor and delivery and prior spent 9 years as a Respiratory Therapist in ER, ICU, and general floor. As part of my training I additionally have experience in operating room procedures as a circulating nurse, this also includes pre-operative and post-operative care experiences. I am experienced with EPIC computerized charting.
2002-2004 Associate of Arts, Temple College
2004-2006 Associate of Science Respiratory Care, Temple College
2013-2015 Bachelor of Science Nursing, University of Texas at Tyler
2016-2018 Master of Science Family Nurse Practitioner, University of Texas at Tyler
2015-current Registered Nurse, CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Hospital
Assessed, plan and evaluate patient care needs before, during and after pregnancy including obtaining patient history and assessing for labor risk factors. Along with care of the newborn and necessary teaching.
Provided care for patients utilizing fetal and maternal monitoring equipment.
Managed the patient's pain including epidural and patient-controlled analgesia administration.
Assisted physician during delivery, treatment, examination and surgical procedures including cesarean, cerclage, d&c.
OR experience as circulating RN, with care from pre-operative stage through post-anesthesia care.
Insertion IV catheters and all required laboratory blood draws
2007-2015 Registered Respiratory Therapist, Trinity Mother Frances Hospital
Set up and operate devices such as mechanical ventilators, therapeutic gases administration apparatus, aerosol generators, following specific parameters of treatment.
Provide emergency care, including artificial respiration, and assistance with cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
Prepare and assisted with bronchoscopy procedures and perform some pulmonary testing.
Determine requirements for treatment, such as type, method and precautions to be taken, and medication and dosages, compatible with physicians’ orders.
Monitor patients’ physiological responses to therapy, such as vital signs, arterial blood gases, and blood chemistry changes, and consult with physician if adverse reactions occur.
Teach, train, supervise, and utilize the assistance of students, respiratory therapy technicians, and assistants.
Utilize electronic charting/charging program
CERTIFICATES AND AWARDS
2-2015 Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
1-2020 Exp. BLS for Healthcare Providers
1-2020 Exp. Advance Cardiac Life Support
2-2020 Exp. Pediatric Advanced Life Support
3-2020 Exp. Neonatal Resuscitation Program
12-2017 UT Tyler Capstone- Nursing Communication Handoff: Impact of an Evidenced-Based Intervention on Nursing Satisfaction
Tiffany Jordan, RRT 903-***-****
Kandice Updegrove, BSN, RN 903-***-****
Carla Teal, MSN-FNP-C 713-***-****