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Las Vegas, NV
March 18, 2019

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**** ****** **** ******, *** Vegas, NV 89141

C: 714-***-****

March 13, 2019

To Whom It May Concern:

My name is Ronald Reny Dampog, a certified nurse practitioner for a year with almost a decade of experience as a registered nurse working in high acuity intensive care as well as medical surgical unit. I am excited to inform you why I believe I will be an ideal candidate for your position.

Having work both in an acute hospital and clinic setting, it has provided me unique set of outlook and skills that allowed me to be an asset in either setting. The first of these is my ability to manage time, coordinate with various teams around the hospital, and digest information under stressful circumstances. It has exposed and allowed me to care for patients along the full spectrum of health from regular visit check up to acute patients. Thus, having both acute and chronic care experience, makes me unique and well-rounded and developed clinician.

The other reason I believe I am a great candidate for your practice is my willingness to learn, grow, and team player attitude that seeks not only the best for the patient but for the practice as well. Although I have more to learn in a slightly different profession, with different levels of responsibilities, I am quick to learn, and will be a valuable contributor to your practice.

The last reason that I will mention, due to time and space constraints, is my passion for my work, and the patients that I am responsible for. I care deeply about the work we do, our responsibility to patients, their families, and the effect that health can have on their lives.

Thank you for your time and consideration!


5420 Tartan Hill Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89141

Cell Number 714-***-****

Email address:

Professional Summary and Objectives:

I am a certified Nurse Practitioner with a year experience and extensive background working as an RN in a hospital setting in surgical intensive care unit including recovery of fresh open-heart patients as well any surgical acute patients including neuro-surgical, ortho and abdominal surgical patients for the past 7 years. Providing critical evaluations of heart failure and neurological patients and managing complex medication and treatment regimens have been my specialties this past decade. In addition, also have approximately about the same number of years working in a medical unit functioning as a staff nurse to a charge nurse managing chronic care of patients in a correctional facility. I am looking to move on in my career in a setting where I can use my new skills as an APRN, in conjunction with my strong skills from both the ICU and chronic care setting to work in a clinical setting where I can further develop and become a contributing member to a viable practice.


•Advanced Practice Registered Nurse License: APRN002825

National Provider Identification: 152*******

Controlled Substance: CS28457

DEA #: MD4737865

• Registered Nurse License number : RN71824

•Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certification 2013 to present

Pediatric Advance Cardiac Life Supports (PALS): in the process



Booking/Intake Medical Provider 330 S. Casino Center Boulevard / April 2018 – present

•Assess, diagnose and treat patient related to chronic and acute medical issues while housed in the detention center

•Order laboratory test and interpret result

•Set up consultation and referral if needed.


Registered Nurse 620 Shadow Lane, Las Vegas, NV February 2013 – Current

• Assessed need for, ordered, obtained and interpreted appropriate lab tests.

• Chronic patient care in med-surgical unit, adeptly handling all aspects of treatment from medication to wound care to monitoring for 6 - 8 patients per shift.

• Pharmacological and non-pharmacological management and treatment of various disorders and diseases.

• Managed care for post-operative patients through discharge. • Performed lab tests and communicated results.

• Liaised between patients and physicians to ensure patient comprehension of treatment plans.

• Instructed patients and family members on proper discharge care.

• Closely monitored acute conditions.

• Ensured HIPAA compliance.

• Care and treated patients with chronic and acute health problems such as MI, arrhythmias, asthma, COPD, pneumonia, hemorrhagic or embolic stroke, bowel perforation, all type of circulatory shock and more.

• Developed and implemented nursing care plans.

• Developed patient care plans, including assessments, evaluations and nursing diagnoses.

• Followed infection control procedures.

• Monitored fluid intake and output levels.

• Measured urine and delivered specimens to lab.

• Assisted residents with bathing, dressing, feeding, lifting and transferring.

• Collected blood, tissue and other laboratory specimens and prepared them for lab testing.


Registered Nurse/Charge Nurse 330 S Casino Center Blvd, Las Vegas, NV June 2012 - Dec 2015

• Assessed need for, ordered, obtained and interpreted appropriate lab tests.

• Medication Administration Pharmacological and non-pharmacological management and treatment of various disorders and diseases.

• Developed and implemented nursing care plans.

• Delegated staff-nurse duties.

• Followed infection control procedures.

• Assisted patients with daily functions.

• Monitored fluid intake and output levels.

• Supervised personnel in the smooth and effective patient and nurse relationship in cooperation with correctional officers. Ensured HIPAA compliance.


• Santa Rosa Urgent Care

Preceptor: Rowena Panganiban MSN, APRN NP-C Las Vegas, NV 702-***-****

• Associated Medical and Surgical Specialist

Preceptor: Dr. John Nowins M.D., F.A.C.O.G. Las Vegas, NV 702-***-****

• Valley Pediatric & Specialty Center

Preceptor: Dr. Teresita Melocoton M.D., F.A.A.P. Las Vegas, NV 702-***-****

• Apollo Medical Group

Preceptor: Homer Tuazon MSN, APRN NP-C Las Vegas, NV 702-***-****


Master of Science in Nursing– Family Nurse Practitioner

Purdue University Global (formerly Kaplan University) Davenport, Iowa 2017

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

St. Dominic Savio College Caloocan City Metro Manila, Philippines 2011

Professional Affiliation/Membership:

•American Nurses Association (ANA)

•American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)


Emergency Boot Camp

-Center for Medical Education December 13-16, 2018 Las Vegas, NV


• English, Tagalog, Spanish, Visayan,

REFERENCES (Available upon request)

Personal Philosophy

Man, by nature are driven to aspire to the things we do not have. As men are born into

this world, they are all created equal. Barring the inequalities of life and congenital

abnormalities, babies are born alike. Born with eyes to see and appreciate the beauty of the

world, ears to listen the songs mother nature sing, skin to protect from the outside world and

feet the roam the lands.

Yet man, are easy to neglect what he already has. In the pursuit of things that one

considered precious, one often neglects the things bestowed unto him upon birth. One

acquires money, land, and properties but often at the detriment of one’s health.

Being born in a family of professionals, some in business, law and medical field, I can’t

help but be proud of my ancestors but nothing makes me feel prouder than those in the

medical field for successes often is hard and fleeting. In business, when one loses money, one

could always regain it later. If one loses a case in court, one could appeal and have it later

overturned. But in the field of medicine, if one lost a life such loss is often permanent.

Such losses make me value life more and prouder for the people, doctors, nurse

practitioners, nurses and more, behind them. One might say, the body is resilient but once one

losses life or went asystole, seldom could we get it back.

Having said that, I want to be a part of that group of professionals who worked tirelessly

to protect and try to gain most out of life through good health. As they say, what good is

money when one’s body is down the drain to enjoy it. One would rather have, a mediocre life

but healthy. Being able to heal the sick and get them back unto their feet is one noble and

fulfilling profession.

NP Role Definition

Nurse practitioner role have evolved to what it is now with a very colorful history. Some

would say it started during a period where there was shortage of pediatrician but, it started

way earlier. Nurses, caring as their profession calls for, advocate and even initiated visiting the

patients with certain protocol orders and instruction in the rural areas. This are said areas

where doctors have less time left after having prioritized their high paying patients in the city.

Now in several states and more following suit, the nurse practitioners are recognized as

primary care provider. Having been educated far more, than the regular registered nurses, they

are now accepted as medical providers able to diagnose, treat and prescribed medications for

their patients. Although not replacing the role of specialist, nurse practitioner knows the limit

of their education, hence if any medical issues beyond their training, nurse practitioner acts as

collaborator in getting the best resource and treatment for their patients.

A nurse practitioner, except a few, are first and foremost nurses in the first place. They

may have much greater responsibility and role in the care of their patients as they transcend

from mere following orders to giving orders to treat their patient, they are still registered

nurses. Hence, even with their new role, as leader in the care of the patient, they still have and

will not forego of their core role which includes being a caregiver, communicator, teacher,

patient advocate, counselor, change agent, manager and many more with just a wider role and

responsibility. With advanced knowledge, they are given authority by both the board and law

to care for patient not just at the bedside level but in the treatment and diagnosis as well.

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