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Nurse Practitioner State University

Location:
Lubbock, Texas, United States
Posted:
October 25, 2016

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Emalie M. Endsley

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Lubbock, TX 79424

Telephone: 806-***-**** Fax: 806-***-****--Cell

Education

Corinth High School, Corinth, Mississippi. September, 1963-September, 1967.

Ripley High School, Ripley, Mississippi. Received High School Diploma.

September, 1967-May, 1968.

The Northeast Mississippi Junior College, Booneville, Mississippi. Associate of

Arts in Secretarial Science. September, 1968-May, 1970.

Delta State University, Cleveland, Mississippi. Bachelor of Science in Business

Education. September, 1970-May, 1972.

Delta State University, Cleveland, Mississippi. Master of Education. June, 1972-

May, 1973.

Bossier City Community College, Bossier City, Louisiana. Obtained pre-requisite

courses in order to enter nursing school. September, 1976-August, 1977.

South Plains College, Lubbock, Texas. Received Vocational Nursing Diploma.

September, 1976-August, 1977.

Methodist Hospital School of Nursing (now Covenant School of Nursing). Lubbock,

Texas. Received Graduate Nursing Diploma. August, 1983-May, 1985.

University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas. Graduate Study in Nursing.

September 1989-December, 1989.

West Texas State University (now West Texas A & M University), Canyon, Texas.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, December, 1991.

West Texas A & M University, Canyon, Texas. Master of Science in Nursing.

August, 1995.

West Texas A & M University, Canyon, Texas. Pursued courses to complete Family Nurse

Practitioner Certification. January 1999-2000. Completed.

Work Experience

The Northeast Mississippi Junior College, Booneville, Mississippi. Employed as a

college work-study student for sophomore level English Instructor.

September, 1968-May, 1970.

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Tippah County Hospital, Ripley, Mississippi. Employed as a unit secretary on the

weekend and during the summer months. December, 1968-August, 1970.

Delta State University, Cleveland, Mississippi. Employed as an office assistant

15 hours per week on the college work-study program for Dr. John Gibson,

Dean of the College of Business. September, 1970-May, 1972.

Delta State University, Cleveland, Mississippi. Employed as a Graduate Assistant

approximately 10-15 hours per week in the Department of Business Education

under the direction of Dr. Sidney Eckert. August, 1972-May, 1973.

Marvell Academy, Marvell, Arkansas. Business Education Teacher. Taught General

Business, Bookkeeping, Typewriting, and Shorthand classes. September, 1973-

May, 1974.

Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas. Secretary to the Director of

Institutional Research, Dr. Farris Wommack. June, 1974-February, 1975.

Arkansas State University Beebe Branch. Teacher. Taught Typewriting I two

evenings per week at Jacksonville Air Force Base, Jacksonville, Arkansas to

military personnel and military dependents. June, 1975-December, 1975.

Pulaski County School District Adult Education Division, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Teacher. Taught Shorthand I to employees of the state two afternoons per week

during spring and summer terms, 1975.

Bossier Parrish Community College, Bossier City, Louisiana. Teacher. Taught Office

Machines course two evenings per week for two summer terms, 1975.

Trinity Heights Christian Academy, Shreveport, Louisiana. Teacher. Taught sixth,

seventh, and eighth grade science. November, 1977-May, 1978.

Friendship Academy, Shreveport, Louisiana. Teacher. Taught sixth grade and

Shorthand I for a teacher that retired after the school year began. October, 1978-

May, 1979.

St. John Berchman School, Shreveport, Louisiana. Teacher. Taught self-contained fifth

grade and seventh grade reading. September, 1979-May, 1980. Moved to Lubbock, Texas.

Methodist Hospital (now Covenant Health System), Lubbock, Texas. Employed as an

on-call nurse in the areas of pediatrics, nursery, and post-partum. Worked as a

Graduate Vocational Nurse and a Licensed Vocational Nurse. March, 1983-

August, 1983.

Methodist Hospital (now Covenant Health System), Lubbock, Texas. Employed on a

Medical-Surgical floor as a graduate and Registered Nurse 40 hours per week.

June, 1985-October, 1985. Employed on post-partum as a Registered Nurse 40

hours per week. October, 1985-March, 1989. Employed as a staff Registered Nurse

on the Coronary Care Unit. March, 1989-July, 1992. Employed as a clinical critical care

instructor and as a mental-health instructor for Methodist Hospital School of Nursing (now

Covenant School of Nursing). July, 1992-August, 1995.

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Texas Medical Foundation, Lubbock, Texas. Review Coordinator for 20 hours per

week for the Peer Review Organization for the State of Texas. Audited Medicare

and Champus charts for quality and for accuracy of coding under the Prospective Payment

System using the ICD 9-CM. July, 1989-August,1990.

South Plains College, Levelland, Texas. Employed as a nursing instructor, August, 1995 in

the Department of Nursing and Allied Health. Promoted to Professor of Nursing in

August, 1998. Taught the didactic and clinical portions of Fundamentals of Medical-Surgical

Nursing, the clinical portion of Psychiatric Nursing, and the didactic and clinical portions of

Medical-Surgical Nursing III, which included critical care. August, 1995-January, 1999.

Brownfield Regional Medical Center, Brownfield, Texas. Employed as a home health

nurse during the summer months of June, July, and August, 1997.

University Medical Center, Lubbock, Texas. Employed as an on-call and part-time field

nurse and case manager in the areas of adult and pediatric nursing. April 1999-

August, 2000.

Texas Cardiac Center, Lubbock, Texas. Employed as a Family Nurse Practitioner for

Fawwaz M. Shoukfeh, M. D. February, 2001-November, 2001. I made rounds on the

patients in the hospital each day; examined and assessed patients in the hospital

emergency room prior to admission; wrote orders and prescriptions per the physician;

and dictated history and physicals, consultations and discharge summaries. My mother

was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer and Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at which time

I resigned to move her to Lubbock from Mississippi to care for her until her death

approximately one year later.

Cardiologists of Lubbock, Lubbock, Texas. Employed as a Family Nurse Practitioner for

Robert, Wey, M. D. (now deceased) January, 2002-September, 2002. Dr. Wey and I

spoke via the telephone each morning after he had made initial rounds on each patient. I

then made another round on each patient, wrote orders, prescriptions and discharged

patients under Dr. Wey’s direction. I dictated history and physicals and discharge

summaries. Dr. Wey retired early September, 2002 and all of his staff was let go. Later,

Dr. Wey came out of retirement and began work again.

Planned Parenthood, Lubbock, Texas. January, 2003-August, 2004. Worked approximately

two days a week as a Family Nurse Practitioner performing well-woman exams, STD testing

and treatment and educated women on contraception, wrote prescriptions for contraception,

prescriptions for mammography, obtained pap smears, and treated genital warts as needed.

Physicians Network Association. Employed as a Family Nurse Practitioner in Correctional

Medicine at Reeves County Detention Center in Pecos, Texas, Dickens County Correctional

Center and the Lubbock County Jail January, 2004-March-2009. Inmates were given

physical exams and treated for various physical ailments. Labs were drawn and

prescriptions were written as necessary. Suturing and wound care given as needed.

Detailed written notes were kept as was excellent physician collaboration maintained.

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Physicians Network Services, Lubbock, Texas. Worked part-time as a Family Nurse

Practitioner for Mike Rice, M. D. (now deceased). December, 2003-December, 2004 and

December, 2005-October, 2007. Dr. Rice was an Internal Medicine Physician. I saw

patients in the office for routine physicals, initial visits and for urgent visits. Labs were

ordered, prescriptions written, follow-up visits scheduled, and discussions with the

clinic physician were maintained as needed. All previous labs were reviewed with the

patient each visit. Mammograms were ordered and pap smears were performed per

protocol.

Free First Health Clinic, Lubbock, Texas. Employed as a Family Nurse Practitioner June,

2006-March, 2009 for a groups of businesses owned by the Parker Group. I performed

physical exams, well and sick exams on Parker Group employees and their family

members greater than 2 years of age. I ordered diagnostic tests, labs, obtained pap

smears, prescribed medications and sutured wounds as necessary. I interpreted lab and

diagnostic tests and made referrals as necessary. I collaborated with a supervising

physician frequently. I worked part-time two days a week. I resigned to take a full-time

position with benefits.

Senior Medical Solutions, Lubbock, Texas. Employed as a Family Nurse Practitioner March,

2009-August, 2009. I performed evaluations for urinary incontinence under the

direction of Jorge Brothers, M. D. This business found it difficult to be successful much to

my surprise after I came on board with the company. Dr. Brothers resigned due to the

difficulties encountered by the business. All other employees involved with direct patient

care resigned due to poor and ineffective management and being given multiple checks

with insufficient funds in the bank. I was the last person to resign so that I could complete

patient paper work.

Coon Memorial Hospital Occupational Health Clinic, Dalhart, Texas. I did locum tenens April-

June, 2009; December 31, 2013; April 4-5, 2014; and February 4, 5, and 6, 2015 as a Family

Nurse Practitioner. I performed DOT physicals and issued the appropriate length of

re-certification. I saw patients with occupational health injuries as needed and I treated

their injuries appropriately. I travelled with a clinic staff person to the Texline Health

Clinic, Texline, Texas a sister clinic and performed sick visits in that clinic. The

Texline Health Clinic is a family medicine clinic that sees patients from infancy to

geriatrics. I was telephoned by a headhunter from Nevada concerning the correctional

position in Plainview, Texas and took the position.

Covenant Medical Center-Plainview in Plainview, Texas. Employed as a Family Nurse

Practitioner from July, 2010-May, 2011 at the Formby and Wheeler Correctional Units.

I performed evaluations and physicals on state inmates as well as monitored and treated

their needs such as diabetes, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, COPD, and asthma. I treated

for the usual colds, allergies, pharyngitis, and tonsillitis appropriately. I ordered and

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monitored lab work, x-ray’s and referred to the appropriate physician or facility

accordingly. I treated wounds with the appropriate antibiotics using a formulary and

gave wound care and sutured as necessary. I worked very closely with my supervising

physician who was available at the prison one day a week and always readily

available by phone when necessary. I had bilateral foot surgery after resigning from the

facility with a recuperation time of over 3 months. I also stated in my resignation letter

I needed more time for my family at that time.

Texas Tech University Correctional Management. Employed as a Family Nurse

Practitioner from March, 2012-April, 2012 at the Smith Unit in Lamesa, Texas and the

Rudd Unit in Brownfield, Texas. While travelling to the Smith Unit in Lamesa, Texas,

during the early morning hours when it was still very dark outside, I had a tragic automobile

accident and caused cataracts to grow exponentially. I had to have bilateral cataract

surgery and bilateral lens implants as a result of the automobile accident.

West Texas Intermediate Sanction Facility, Brownfield, Texas. I was employed as a Family

Nurse Practitioner in this prison facility March 31, 2014-March 20, 2015. I performed

evaluations and physicals on state inmates as well as monitored and treated their needs

such as diabetes, hyperlipidemia, hypertension, COPD, and asthma. I treated for the usual

colds, allergies, pharyngitis, and tonsillitis appropriately. I ordered and monitored lab work,

x-ray’s and referred to the appropriate facility accordingly. I collaborated with the staff

physician. I treated wounds with the appropriate antibiotics using a formulary and gave

wound care and sutured as necessary. I had back surgery March, 2015 and another nurse

practitioner filled in while I had surgery and continued on at the facility. A different

management company is now running the facility than the company that initially hired

me.

Employed PRN by Veterans Evaluations Services a privately owned company based in

Houston, TX. March, 2016 I can still work PRN for this company. I conducted

compensation and pension exams to help determine whether a Veteran”s condition is

service related (so necessary treatment will be covered by the VA) or whether a service

related condition has worsened. Exams were conducted and the VES sends the

Veterans to a hospital or clinic in their area to attend diagnostic testing to support their

claims. Tests were ordered as needed and faxed to the facility and appointments were

made when necessary.

References

Mrs. Alyce Morton, Family Nurse Practitioner, 1600 north Highway 70, Cottonwood Springs

Guest Ranch, Pampa, TX 79065; 806-***-****-cell.

Mrs. Neva Wilson, Assistant Professor of Nursing Retired from South Plains College,

1311 9th Street, Levelland, Texas 79336; 806-***-****.



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