Henriette Kamgang-Noubissi, CRNP
Damascus, MD 20872
To serve as a board certified nurse practitioner in a family centered environment. To provide holistic, competent and compassionate care to a diverse patient population with an emphasis on health promotion and disease prevention
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
·Master of Nursing (MSN) with specialization as a family nurse practitioner.
·Extensive knowledge and skills in Orthopedic and cardiac care procedures, cardiac medications, and equipment with twelve years of clinical experience.
·Function as a preceptor and mentor to new registered nurses, and travel nurses
·Proficient in working under pressure; strong observational, verbal, and communication skills
·Careful attention to detail, with an excellent organization and time management skills.
·Outstanding professionalism and interpersonal skills while working with other staff members, patients, and their loved ones.
·Computer proficiency & experienced in EMR system.
Master of Science in Nursing 2018 Walden University, Minneapolis, MN
Bachelor of Science in Nursing 2014
Frostburg State University, Frostburg, MD
Associate Degree – Nursing 2004
Montgomery Community College, Rockville, M
LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS
Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner, State of Maryland, license
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS), American Heart Association
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), American Heart Association
Basic dysrhythmia (Telemetry) Certification Stroke Certification Bilingual (English/French) Certification Progressive Care Certified Nurse (PCCN) Certification
Staff Nurse Adventist Hospital, Rockville, MD 2006 - present
·Worked in collaboration with colleagues and other healthcare providers for 12 years, closely monitoring patients with complex cardiac issues, and other health conditions such as chronic pain, renal failure, and cognitive impairment
·Administer and manage IV drugs to individual patients to control irregular heart rhythms during and post procedure.
·Serve as unit skin champion; attend professional seminars and workshops on skin prevalent studies at least ones every month and report back to the unit
·Serve as relief charge nurse, supervising 5-6 nurses and 3 nurse’s assistants per 12hour shift, caring for 38 patients on cardiac monitor, educating patients’ family on disease process, treatment plan, and providing discharge education.
·Serve as hospitals “supper user” helping doctors, colleagues and other staff with the hospitals computer system.
Staff Nurse Hamot Medical Center, Erie, PA 2004 − 2006
·work in conjunction with orthopedic doctors and surgeons to treat individual patient with issues such as fractures, joint replacements and arthritis,
·Monitoring neurovascular status, performing external fixation care, casting and continuous motion therapy, create and enact individual patient care plans,
·Help patients cope and improve their quality of life with common problems such as chronic pain related to injury or illness
·Communicate effectively with other providers, patients and family to determine treatment plan.
·Maintain treatment notes, while monitoring patients for signs of drug abuse, dependence or other symptoms.
·Coordinate between other medical facilities as patient may simultaneously be treated by various specialists
·Provide education to patients and families on post-operative expectations and therapeutic regimens such as the steps to take to manage pain, and how to avoid post-surgical infections
·set up follow-up post-op care to monitor surgical site, pain management, and dressing change
·Mentored nursing students from a local community college and state university during their clinical experiences
Ten Year Service Award 2016
Year Service Award 2011
Employee Compassionate Award 2013
REFERENCES available on request