Education: Master Degree in Nursing, Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program
Wayne State University, Detroit Michigan
Graduation: May 2013
Bachelor Degree in Nursing
Kaplan University, Online Program
Graduation: January 2010
Associate Degree in Nursing
Henry Ford Community College, Dearborn Michigan
Graduation: May 2002
Certifications: Board Certification as Acute Care Nurse Practitioner through ANCC Certification # 201-***-****
Nurse Practitioner License in State of Michigan License # 470-***-****
Registered Nurse License in State of Michigan License # 470-***-****
Nurse Practitioner License in State of Illinois Pending
Registered Nurse License in State of Illinois License # 041.431112
ACLS, BCLS, ADLS, BDLS
October 2015 through Current
Employed as a Nurse Practitioner through OSF-Peoria, Illinois for Critical Care Services. Responsibilities include Acute and Critical care of the critically ill adult with conditions of stroke, cardiac arrest, respiratory arrest, septic shock. Skills include management of adults requiring vasopressor support, mechanical ventiliation, thrombolytic therapy, management of infectious disease. Credentialed through Peoria Medical Society
May 1, 2014 through October 2015
Employed as a Nurse Practitioner through Team Health, working at Oakwood Taylor Emergency Department in Taylor Michigan. Responsibilities include care of the Emergency patient including assessment, evaluation, managing orders, evaluating results, clinical decision making and disposition for patients of all ages, ethnic backgrounds and care needs. Credentialed through Oakwood Healthcare system
December 2012 through May 2014
Employed as a RN through Trinity Health System, for St. Joe Canton Urgent Care. Responsibilities included nursing care for patients with minor emergencies and some acute emergencies.
Reason for leaving was to work as a Nurse Practitioner
February 2005 through October 2012
Employed as a RN through Garden City Hospital as an RN, Emergency Nurse Educator, and Hospital Stroke Coordinator. Emergency Department responsibilities included nursing care of Emergent patients of all ages. Emergency Educator included education and oversight of all new employees in the Emergency Department, yearly evaluation, monthly chart audits, development and management of policies and procedures, local community involvement for disaster preparedness, and collaboration with other hospital educators. Stroke coordinator responsibilities included development and oversight of the hospital stroke program, data analysis, monthly reporting and successful accreditation as a stroke center through HFAP. Reason for leaving was layoff.
April 2003 through May 2005
Employed as an RN through Detroit Receiving Hospital Level 1 trauma center as an RN for the adult patient. Responsibilities included nursing care for the critical injured or critically ill adult patient.
Reason for leaving: desire to work closer to home due to a ill relative.
September 2002 through April 2003
Employed as an RN through University of Michigan Level 1 Trauma Center in the Trauma/Burn Unit. Responsibilites included nursing care for the critically injured burned patient, including initial assessment upon patient arrival to the burn unit, including burn management, ongoing burn dressing care and maintenance of burn and trauma patient needs.
Reason for leaving: desire to work in an Emergency Department
Education: RN-ADN Undergrad: Henry Ford Community College 5101 Evergreen, Dearborn MI 4818, Graduation May 2002
BSN :Kaplan University Online: 550 West Van Buren Chicago, IL 60607 Graduation: January 2010
Grad School-MSN-ACNP: Wayne State University 5057 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI 48202
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital-Pre-op Assessments: 40 hours of performing head to toe clinical assessments for patients to be cleared for surgery
St. Joseph Mercy Canton Urgent Care: 180 hours of clinical training for the care of the patient presenting to the urgent care including HPI, ROS, Clinical exam, Clinical Decision making, procedures; suturing, pelvic exams, splinting, diagnosing and forming clinical impressions, writing prescriptions under the preceptor, transferring patients to a higher level of care center, reviewing CT scans and Radiograph imaging
Henry Ford West Bloomfield-General Surgery and Colo-Rectal surgery: 180 hours of clinical training for the general and colo-rectal surgical patient admitted to the hospital; care including HPI, ROS, Clinical Exam, developing plan of care including labs, medications, requesting consults from specialty services, wound evaluation, reviewing lab results and planning care on outcomes, discharge planning, re-evaluation, clinical decision making, rounding, and reporting to next mid-level provider.
Henry Ford West Bloomfield ICU: 180 hours of clinical training for the ICU patient, medical and surgical, including HPI, ROS, Clinical Exam, Clinical decision making and maintaining the critically ill patient; procedures of training including insertion of Arterial lines, Central lines, Cardiac monitoring, adjusting medications based on labs, radiographs and nuclear imaging; Vent management, collaborating with varying specialty medical services based on patient clinical presentation, rounding, transferring from ICU to step down units, reporting to next mid-level provider