London W9 2 AE
A conscientious, NMC Registered Nurse with 18 years in experience with expertise in the provision of exemplary care to maintain the health, safety and development of all adult medical and surgical patients with complex health care needs. With extensive knowledge of health care services is highly experienced in the delivery of individual care plans whilst working in conjunction with diﬀerent nursing sector and nursing ﬁelds. Demonstrate strong leadership qualities with the ability to conduct patient assessment, supervise the provision of safe and compassionate care and evaluate care eﬀectiveness. Acts with integrity and in the best interests of patients while ensuring compliance with the Trust policies and NMC guidelines to promote working unit eﬃciency and delivery of operational excellence.
. Adult Nursing . Health Promotion . Patient care
. Communication Skills . Clinical leadership . Ward Management
. Neurology OPD . Medical Surgical Procedures . Cannulation EXPERIENCE
Staff Nurse, Neurology OPD, Medical Surgical; University College London Hospital — 2011- Present.
Consult and coordinates with health care team members to assess,plan, implement and evaluate patients care plan.
Prepares and administers(orally, subcutaneous, intramuscular, intravenous) and records prescribed medications in accordance to Hospital Trust policy. Educates patient and family on surgical and medical procedure. Records patient vital sing and medical information. Provide bedside care for a wide variety of medical patients including pre and post surgery patients.
Performing mentally challenging tasks despite interruptions by outside inﬂuences.
Communicating and supporting distressed, anxious and worried patients and carers.
Responds to life saving situation based upon nursing standards and protocol. Senior Staff Nurse, Imperial College Healthcare, Hammersmith Hospital; London- 2004-2011.
Responsible for the assessment of care needs and development, implementation and evaluation of programmes of care of the patients to ensure the delivery of high standard of care.
In the absence of ward sister or deputy, take charge of the ward for the management of daily responsibilities including work allocation, deployment and supervision of staﬀ to ensure smooth running of the unit. Taking an active intervention in patient care during emergency or cardiac arrest, performing cannulation and administration of medication intravenously. Preparing, monitoring and managing treatment plans and leasing with ward teams including bed managers and discharge coordinators. Staff Nurse, Barnet Primary Care Trust; London- 2002-2004 Provide direct and individualised nursing care to older patients base on the application of scientiﬁc principles.
Prepare in administers(orally,subcutaneous and intramuscular injection) and records prescribed medication.
Assesses patients ability to do routine daily task. Records patient medical information and vital signs. Assist patient such basic needs, dressing,eating and bathing and encourage patients to do things themselves to remain feelings of independent and self esteem.
Registered Nurse, Accident and Emergency, Dagupan Medical Centre;Philippines- 1995-2001
Immediately attend to patient injuries and illness. Obtaining medical history and personal information and seeking a doctors evaluation immediately for life threatening issues. Administering oral and intravenous medication as prescribed by the physician Cannulating patients for intravenous access and simultaneously taking blood samples.
Monitor patient condition regularly such as vital signs, pain score and neurological status and report it to the attending physician.