To maximize my skills as a nurse and patient advocate. To provide efficient and quality patient and family care.
CERTIFICATE 11/17 OAKLAND UNIVERSITY- CONTINUING EDUCATION
·Curriculum: license practical nurse
05/16 CENTER FOR THE CHILD BEARING YEARS (DONA INTERNATIONAL CERTIFIED)
·Curriculum: Birth Doula
ASSOCIATES 05/16 OAKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE
·Major: General Studies and Liberal Arts
·Related coursework: public speaking, pre-nursing courses
DIPLOMA 06/10 PONTIAC HIGH SCHOOL
·Major: Honors Courses
·Related coursework: AP Biology, Chemistry, & Calculus
Skills & Abilities
·Finished all treatments and Medication passes in a timely manner. In addition to Medication passes I also assisted in completing Activities of Daily living and assisted in feeding patients who needed the help efficiently.
· I have taken a public speaking class. Have always kept up a good repour with nursing and nursing assistant staff, doctors and with patients and their families.
·Also has a great rapport
·In my current position I am in charge of delegation of the staff under me (CAN) and their room assignment. Giving ang receiving report from the nursing staff. I take initiative and I don’t need to be told what to do once my current task is done I can find something important to do.
LICENSE PRACTICAL NURSE REGENCY AT WATERFORD 7/18-5/19
·Long-Term care nursing. I care for multiple residents (30) and I am responsible for medicare charting, medication administration, wound care, treatments, and assisting residents with ADLs. Point Click Care experience.
LICENSE PRACTICAL NURSE BOLUVARD HEALTH CENTER 3/19-6/18 CURRENTLY EMPLOYED
·Long-Term care nursing. I care for multiple residents and I am responsible for medicare charting, medication administration, and assisting residents with ADLs. This job has also provided me with trach, PEG tube, and ostomy care experience. SigmaCare experience.
LICENSE PRACTICAL NURSE CENTRIA HEALTH CARE 1/18 CURRENTLY EMPLOYED
·Private duty nursing. I care for a client with a spinal cord injury. I am responsible for getting him dressed, doing his morning exercises (passive range of motion), feeding the client, medication administration, physical assessments, documentation, and trach and vent care. I have also had some experience in feeding tubes and medication administration with those