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Registered Nurse Practitioner

Location:
Tampa, FL
Posted:
September 13, 2019

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CHIMERE E.M. BRANTON, MSN, FNP-C

Email: adacf3@r.postjobfree.com Mobile: (813) 360 – 9698

Residence: Tampa, Florida 33606

SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

CAREER PROFILE: Passionate, highly resourceful, and Advanced Practice Registered Nurse offering experience in areas such as health promotion, disease prevention, health education, and acute and chronic care management. Noted throughout career for applying educational and practical experience in clinical diagnosis, communicating common disorders and diseases, managing administrative responsibilities, assessing patients’ health conditions and developing treatment plans. Highly adept at displaying skills such as critical thinking, efficiency, attention to detail, and institutional mitigation. Overall goal is to expand my career brand by obtaining a position as a Family Nurse Practitioner, where my strong educational and clinical background can by utilized to achieve healthcare goals and success for patients. LICENSES AND CERTIFICATIONS

BLS, S.T.A.B.L.E, PALS, ACLS, and NRP

Member of American Association of Nurse Practitioners

Skills: Cerner, Epic, E-Clinical Works Office Pro and Athena Electronic Medical Records

Types of Care: Patient Centered Care, Newborn Care, Pediatric Care, Adult are, and Geriatric Care

GRADUATE STUDENT CLINICAL ROTATIONS

Florida Wellness Clinic – Primary Care (180 hours)

Held accountable for providing primary care for all ages by performing physical assessments, obtaining patient histories, ordering and reviewing diagnostic labs and EKG’s and lab results as well as case management and medication management.

Prescribed treatment regimens monitored efficacy of treatments and provided health education and preventative services.

Bloomingdale Pediatrics – Pediatrics (180 hours)

Provided care for newborns, children and adolescents including immunizations, sick child visits, well child visits as well as physical examinations.

Suncoast Community Health Center – Women’s Health/Obstetrics (180 hours)

Family Planning clinic with largely uninsured patients. Provided Well Woman’s exams, Prenatal care, Gynecological exams, IUD insertion and removal and STI screening and treatment. Parkview Medical Center – Adult and Gerontology (180 hours)

Provided physical assessment’s, obtained patient histories, prescribed treatment regimen, health education and preventative services for predominantly minority, indigent, undocumented sociologically disadvantaged population for adolescents, adults and geriatrics.

Parkview Medical Center – Advanced Physical Assessment (60 hours) AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Leadership and

Supervision

Preventative Care

Specialist

Staff Training and

Developmental

Milestones

Prenatal Assessments

and Evaluations

Health Promotion and

Screenings

Administering and

Managing Medications

Family Counseling and

Strategic Planning

STI Treatment and

Counseling

EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT

Master of Science in Nursing, Major: Family Nurse Practitioner – South University, Tampa, Florida (June 2019)

Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society Member

Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Major: Registered Nursing – South University, Tampa, Florida (December 2014)

Cum Laude

Si

NURSING EXPERIENCE AND CAREER PROGRESSION

Advent Health Tampa, Florida

Registered Nurse (PACU) Women’s Center December 2018 to Present

Achieves goals by educating patients on health lifestyles, disease prevention, and health promotion as well as processing the discharge education and formalities of the patients.

Held accountable for assessing the patient’s condition by checking the vital signs of the patient, taking and recording the patient’s temperature, checking for any signs of pain, monitoring the respiratory system etc.

Verifies medical histories, physical exams, lab interpretation for preoperative preparation and also recovery.

Efficiently performs task such as changing bandages, dressing surgical wounds, and managing fluid and blood transfusions (including drawing specimens).

Ensures that the post-operative part of the body is clean and properly sanitized as well as oversees intervention duties in case of postoperative emergencies.

Demonstrates efficiency by following guidelines for patient monitoring, drug administration, and protocols for dealing with complications and emergencies.

Collaborates with health team members to facilitate positive patient care outcomes as well as provide emotional support and advocate for patients and family’s needs.

Successfully achieves relationship building goals by establishing and maintaining long-term, quality relationships with relatives of patients throughout the facility to effectively communicate every important aspect of the health care. St. Josephs Women’s Hospital Tampa, Florida

Registered Nurse (Neonatal ICU) Level III May 2016 to December 2018

Worked collaboratively as a charge nurse with surgeons, cardiologists, and interns to provide the necessary medical care to critically ill infants in a level 1-3 NICU.

Performed pre- and post-op care, interventions and teaching as well as delegated tasks to other team members and collaborate with different disciplines.

Successfully cared for infants endangered through premature birth, defects, neurologic, cardiac and renal issues; infants requiring advanced ventilation and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, and cooling

Held accountable for assisting newborn providers with neonatal care coupled with performing triage, admitting, and discharging patients.

Achieved goals by conducting educational in-services on new procedures and policies as well as precept new employees and nursing students.

Reviewed charts and ensured nursing tasks were correctly implemented as well as reported changes in patients’ conditions to doctors.

Skills: medication administration, wound care, intravenous care, blood draws, insertion of Foley catheters, blood transfusions, admissions and discharges.

Tampa General Hospital Tampa, Florida

Registered Nurse (Neonatal ICU) Level III November 2014 to June 2017

Worked collaboratively as a charge nurse with surgeons, cardiologists, and interns to provide the necessary medical care to critically ill infants in a level 1-3 NICU.

Achieved healthcare goals by providing care for neonates and infants requiring HFOV, CPAP, and Vapotherm as well as infants with tracheostomy.

Cared for infants endangered through premature birth, defects, neurologic, cardiac and renal issues; infants requiring advanced ventilation and extracorporeal membrane oxygenation, and cooling.

Documented observations, assessments, and changes in patient conditions as well as provide patient education to family members for home care and discharge planning of NICU infants.

Attended high risk and problematic deliveries for infant resuscitation purposes and served patients' vital signs and implemented interventions based on critical thinking and assessment skills.

Demonstrated critical thinking skills, specific judgment, and organization skills while prioritizing tasks and calculating and administering medications.

Organized care for adult observation, medical patients, pre- and post-op care, as well as interventions and teaching.

Skills: medication administration, wound care, intravenous care, blood draws, insertion of Foley catheters, blood transfusions, admissions and discharges.



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