Alexis E. Scott
Bowie, Maryland 20720
Objective: Seeking a position as a Registered Nurse.
Summary: Registered Nurse offering a combination of diverse experience, academic excellence, leadership, compassion, and strong interpersonal skills. Dedicated to providing quality and evidence-based care to help patients achieve optimal outcomes.
Skills and Abilities:
2-years experience in nursing
Proficient with computers and hospital programs.
Ability to work with patients ranging from infants to geriatric.
A strong willingness to learn
Excellent communication and customer service skills.
Excellent interpersonal and patient education skills.
Ability to work in a team or independently.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Graduated May 2018
The George Washington University
Registered Nurse: Endoscopy Unit August 2019 to Present
Location: George Washington University (GWU) Hospital
Full Time: 40 hours per week. Salary: $34/hour.
Assisted the physician with interventions as indicated (positioning, preparing specimens, GI tract tattooing, etc.)
Worked closely with anesthesia attendings and nurse anesthetists to give excellent patient care.
Assumed charge nurse responsibilities after less than one year from hire date.
Completed required documentation in an accurate and timely manner while complying with evaluation, treatment and documentation guidelines described.
Prepared for procedures as appropriate and operated instruments, supplies, and equipment in a manner that is cost effective without compromising quality of care.
Registered Nurse: Endoscopy Unit July 2018 to July 2019
Location: Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) Hospital
Full Time: 40 hours per week. Salary: $24/hour.
Assessed and readied inpatient/outpatients for procedures in a fast-paced environment.
Administered conscious sedation medications to patients and monitored patients during endoscopies and other minor procedures.
Organized in maintaining patient paperwork: history and physicals, physician orders, vital signs, progress notes, patient consents, discharge documents.
Recovered patients after endoscopic procedures.
Provided patient education regarding Endoscopic procedures and patient expectations as well as discharge instructions.
Maintained endoscopic scopes.
U.S. Army: Animal Care Specialist January 2013-2017
Locations: Fort Polk, LA; South Korea
Enthusiastically conversed with customers about needed purchases, answered questions about products and concerns, and made sure all questions were answered.
Supervised, provided care, and treatment for animals with a primary responsibility of prevention and control of diseases transmitted from animal to man and comprehensive care for government owned animals.
Supervised and managed a facility of stray animals by processing all animals that entered the facility as well as prepare the animals for adoptions and/or facilitate them to Rescue Centers.
Initiated and maintained over 800 animal health records, immunization records, animal registration files, animal bite case reports, and other administrative office files.
Performed physical examinations to detect obvious abnormalities and report findings to a veterinarian.
Assisted veterinarians in over 150 surgical procedures.
Performed routine diagnostic laboratory tests such as fecal smears, urinalysis, blood counts, and chemistries in order to provide the necessary care.
Awards and Achievements:
Army Achievement Medal (Strong work ethic)
Good Conduct Medal (Exemplary behavior, efficiency, and fidelity)
Novice Nurse Exemplary Practice
Raju Chakranarayan, GWU Endoscopy Unit Manager, 240-***-****, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ailyn Cervantes, GWU Endoscopy Registered Nurse, 703-***-****
Gregory Sykes, GWU Endoscopy Technician, 202-***-****
Mary Beth Clemens, VCU Endoscopy Unit Coordinator, 804-***-****, Email: email@example.com
Kori Mimms, VCU Endoscopy Unit Secretary, 804-***-****, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Shawn Mogenson, VCU Endoscopy Registered Nurse, 769-***-****, Email: email@example.com