Rodesia Ashanta Woodson, MSN, FNP-C
Compassionate, dedicated, resourceful, and knowledgeable Family Nurse Practitioner with over 8 years of experience as a registered nurse with majority of work experience in emergency and critical care nursing. Proven ability to assess, diagnose, evaluate, and plan optimal course of treatment, while implementing evidence-based knowledge for pediatric, adolescent, adult, and elderly patients.
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Master of Science in Nursing – Family Nurse Practitioner 10/2019
South University – Savannah, GA
Bachelor of Science in Nursing 05/2015
Albany State University – Albany, GA
Associate of Nursing 05/2011
Darton College – Albany, GA
Advanced Practice Registered Nurse
Family Nurse Practitioner Certification, AANP, #F01200754
Registered Nurse, GA, #RN218227 Renewal Due: January 2021
ACLS, BLS, TNCC, ASLS, CPI, and PALS certified
FAMILY PRIMARY CARE NURSE PRACTITIONER CLINICAL PRACTICUM EXPERIENCE
Advanced Health & Physical Assessment, CareHere Community Clinic, Andrea Whiddon, FNP 60 hours
●Performed and reviewed comprehensive medical history of adult, pediatric and elderly patients in a primary care setting. Conducted physical and psychological assessment of client signs and symptoms and pathophysiologic changes. Ordered and interpreted appropriate screening and diagnostic tests in order to formulate and effectively communicate differential diagnoses. Educated patients and their families regarding tactics for improving well and betterment of health. Made appropriate referral to emergency rooms, specialty clinics, and other healthcare professionals as necessary. Developed a solid understanding of psychosocial variations of the client including individual, family, and community.
Practicum I: Family Health – Adults & Gerontology, Medical Associates of Albany, Dr. Michael Satchell 180 hours
●Enacted the role of the FNP through didactic and clinical experience. Performed and documented comprehensive medical history and physical examinations. Ordered pertinent labs and diagnostic test. Educated patients on health and wellness. Ordered and prescribed appropriate medications under preceptor’s supervision and approval. Implemented and documented plan of care for adult and elderly patients.
Practicum II: Women’s Health, Albany OBGYN, Dr. Andrew Michas 180 hours
●Managed the primary health care of women from menarche to senescence under preceptor’s supervision. Focused on health promotion, disease prevention, and clinical management of referral of common, recurring health problems of women. Identified normal physiologic alterations associated with reproductive health. Conducted prenatal visits and performed vaginal exams with wet prep. Analyzed vaginal cultures under microscope. Developed diagnosis and prescribed appropriate mediations under preceptor’s supervision and approval. Observed sonograms, colposcopies, C-sections, and hysterectomies. Communicated effectively with nurses and staff. Evaluated 15-20 patients per day.
Practicum III: Pediatrics, F M Himada and Pediatric Associates, Martha Raburn, FNP 180 hours
●Conducted and documented well child exams, sports physicals, and completed health histories for pediatric patients of all developmental states. Ordered and interpreted laboratory screening tests and immunizations under preceptor’s supervision. Diagnosed acute diseases and illnesses. Assisted in managing the care of children and adolescents with chronic disease. Provided anticipatory guidance to pediatric patients and their families concerning areas such as vaccine administration, growth and development milestones, nutrition, hygiene, and safety. Addressed parents’ concerns and educated families on health and wellness. Evaluated 20-25 patients per day.
Practicum IV: Primary Care, CareHere, Andrea Whiddon, FNP 180 hours
●Maintained all aspects of patient care under preceptor’s supervision and guidance including; health education, disease prevention, and screening, diagnosis and management of acute and chronic disease through evidenced based goal directed therapy. Made appropriate referrals to emergency rooms, specialty clinics, and other healthcare professionals. Evaluated 20-25 patients per day.
AGENCY NURSE (Per Diem and Contract) 11/2018- Current
Work as supplemental staff for area hospitals in South Georgia and Middle Georgia for Emergency Centers and Intensive Care Units.
Emergency Nurse 10/2012-11/2018
Team Leader 05/2017-11/2018
Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital– Albany, GA
●Strong leadership for nursing personal assigned to my team. Provided exceptional nursing care at a fast-paced emergency center and specialized in initial assessments, intervening, stabilizing a variety of illness, and prioritizing care based on medical need. Assisted in the care of multiple traumas, cardiac arrests, stroke, MI, GI bleed, and conscious sedation. Provided care to patients across the life span with different conditions from infants, children, pregnant women, and elderly. Administered and managed critical IV medications and monitored side effects, inserted INT’s and nasogastric tubes, accessed porta caths, interpreted EKG’s and performed CPR and resuscitation procedures. Delegated and evaluated patient care rendered by LPN’s and technicians.
Tift Regional Medical Center- Tifton, Ga 09/2011-10/2012
Provide compassion to family members ensuring optimal levels of comfort and privacy. Collaborate with doctors and emergency staff in the assessment, planning and implementation of patient treatment. Monitor current patients, identify issues, explore alternatives and deploy solutions. Document diagnosis and progress on medical records, maintain high levels of readability and accuracy. Perform specialized, lifesaving treatments such as CPR, advanced cardiac life support and neonatal resuscitations. Observe signs, symptoms and behaviors of patients and communicate issues to emergency room team. Perform specific patient tasks as assigned by Physician’s written orders. Administer medications and physical treatments. Adhere to proper safety and sterilization protocols and techniques to ensure proper infection control. Provide clerical support and documentation for admissions, transfers and discharges. Manage logistics of mobile medical equipment such as diagnostic devices, X-ray equipment, EKG’s, Scans, IV machines and monitors.
Dr. Wael Azer 201-***-****
Phoebe Putney Emergency Center Physician
Work with for 4+ years
Dr. Mana Kasongo 646-***-****
Crisp Regional Hospital Emergency Center Physician
Work with for 8+ years
Willie Lattimore 229-***-****
Phoebe Putney Emergency Center Nurse Practitioner
Worked with for 8+ Years
Taylor Gamble 229-***-****
Family Nurse practitioner