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Nurse Practitioner Registered

Location:
Oxford, MS
Posted:
April 21, 2020

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Barbara McLaurin, MSN, APRN, FNP-C

**** ******* ****** • Oxford, MS • 38655 • adcwpz@r.postjobfree.com • 662-***-****

MSN, APRN, FNP-C

Administration • Senior Care • Nursing • Emergency Care •

Accomplished health care professional with broad experience in several disciplines including full site administrative responsibility for medical and business operations. Decisive leader with proven success in management, assessment, and provision of medical and psychological care for patients. Training and experience in several medical disciplines. Highly motivated and independent leader with 19 years in the health care industry.

I am seeking a position as an FNP in a clinical setting.

Core Competencies

FNP-C

Registered Nurse

Community and Public Relations

Budget Development and Management

Professional Experience

July 2019 to Present

Matrix Medical Network Duties:

Perform in-home health evaluations for major insurance companies contracted through Matrix Medical Network.

April 2018 – May 2019

Decatur County Community Hospital and Magnolia Medical Arts Clinic-Parson, TN

FNP-C provided care to patients in the primary care clinic. Magnolia Medical Arts Clinic is affiliated with Decatur County General Hospital.

Jan 2018 – April 2018

MediQuik Clinic: Grenada Mississippi

FNP-C Provided medical care for patients across the life span. Worked to complete the required 720 hours independent practice for the State of MS.

July 2017 – Sept 30 2017

Preparing for AANP certification

Sept 2014 – July 2017

Sedgwick CMS

R.N. Triage Clinical Consultation for a major workman's compensation insurance company. Triage interviews are conducted over the telephone and the nurse makes a recommendation concerning the most cost effective treatment for the employee.

April 2012 – Sept 2014

Baptist Memorial Hospital North Mississippi, Oxford Mississippi

Staff nurse in ICU – Step Down. Duties include assessment of physical and mental abilities of all patients under my care. Management of patient’s daily care including medication administration, continuous monitoring, reassessing needs as conditions change. Coordinated patient's care and activities while in Intensive Care Step Down.

2007 – 2012

Community Hospice, Inc. Batesville,

Director of Operations-Managed the daily operations of a 45 to 60 patient census hospice. Staffing, On Call,

Scheduled RNs and Aids, Admissions

2008 – 2010

Five Star Senior Living – Hermitage Gardens of Oxford, Oxford, MS (64 bed facility of a Fortune 500 company)

Executive Director

Organization Development including management and staff employees. Directed all aspects of medical and psychological care. Approval of physical assessments. Worked with physicians, residents, and families to assure best possible care and quality of life. Responsible for marketing and advertising. Developed and managed the annual budget. Oversight of facility, safety, and security. Interaction with multiple levels of management including executive directors. 100% residency census

2007 – 2008

Tri-Lakes Medical Center, Batesville, MS Director of Senior Care Unit

Staffing responsibility for the unit. Directed all aspects of medical and psychological care for patients. Worked with physicians to insure requirements support provided. Recruited patients to insure census count to plan.

2001-2007

Baptist Memorial Hospital, North Mississippi Registered Nurse

Surgery: Staff nurse – Circulator General Surgery, Dental surgery, Orthopedic surgery and Vascular surgery

Emergency Department: Staff nurse – Active in all Emergency Department cases, Shift Leader assuring work flow within the nursing staff, care decisions, worked closely with E.D. Physicians, as well as, Staff Physicians.

Home Health and Hospice – Hospice Case Manager I had the unique opportunity to teach, pray with, and care for patients and families in crisis

2000-2001

Mississippi State Veterans Nursing Home, Oxford, MS

Shift Supervisor- Scheduled and managed 20 staff members. Supervised care and safety of 150 residents. Oversaw documentation required by the State and Medicare for long term care facility operations

Education

8/12/14 – 8/30/17

South University Masters in Nursing - FNP program board certified September 28. 2017

2012

Bachelor of Science Nursing - Mississippi University for Women

1999

Associate Degree Nursing – New York State

1986

Ultrasound Technician Certification - Tulane University Hospital School of Medicine

Training and Certifications

09/2017

AANP - FNP Certification

10/ 2010

American Lung Association – Tuberculosis Surveillance and Skin test Certification

04/2018

ACLS

04/ 2018

PAL

08/17

Mississippi Nursing Law

08/1998

Gulfcoast Ultrasound Institute – Abdominal, OB/GYN, and Endovaginal Senography

References:

Bill Renick

154 Main St. S.

Ashland, MS. 38603

02/10/2020

RE: Letter of Recommendation

Barbara McLaurin

To Whom It May Concern:

I write to give a recommend for Barbara McLaurin, FNP to work in a family practice setting. I have known Barbara professionally since 1993. At that time, I served as the Administrator of Holly Springs Memorial Hospital in Holly Springs, Mississippi. Barbara at that time was an employee working in the Radiology Department as an X-ray tech with her main emphasis on Ultrasound.

Ms. McLaurin was a very dedicated employee working diligently to serve our clientele. We did

not have the luxury of having very many employees and Ms. McLaurin understood the

team effort that it took to meet our obligations of operating a 24 hour, 365 day per year, acute

care hospital. She was a hard worker, willing to accept her role on the team and even willing

to take on extra tasks as were assigned without hesitation or complaint. She was willing to take on the role of teaching and mentoring new nurses and other employees. She taught continuing education throughout the facility and the community. With all the duties she was executing, Ms McLaurin was determined to continue and expand her education in the

medical field and became a Family Nurse Practitioner. She was very involved in improving

the health and welfare of our citizens in our community.

In my capacity as a former Mayor, Mississippi State Senator, Chief-of-Staff to a Lt. Governor and a Governor, I have been asked many times to write letters of recommendation for various people. I have never felt more comfortable recommending someone for a position than I do supporting the application of Barbara McLaurin for employment at your urgent care clinic. You will not find anyone more deserving or willing to dedicate herself to your program and ultimately to the service of her fellowman than Ms. McLaurin.

If I may answer any questions concerning my knowledge of Ms. McLaurin's character or her

work ethic and history, please let me know. I will be happy to cooperate.

Sincerely,

Bill Renick

Ashland, Mississippi

adcwpz@r.postjobfree.com

662-***-****

02/14/2020

To whom it may concern,

I am pleased to write this recommendation for Barbara McLaurin. Barbara is a nurse practitioner colleague of mine. I have known Barbara for more than 20 years and have worked with her in both a nurse capacity as well as preceptor capacity.

Barbara and I first worked together in the OR. She was an excellent preceptor and was always willing and eager to share her vast knowledge of nursing with new nurses and techs. Her clinical skills were excellent, and she exhibited a caring nature for patients.

I also served as preceptor for Barbara while she was attending Nurse Practitioner school. Barbara displayed caring and desire to provide quality care for our patients. As a nurse practitioner, one of our main focuses is to provide education to our patients. Barbara dedicated a great deal of time to ensuring our patients received the education they needed. She was also very good to educate our LPN staff so they were able to learn new information which allowed them to provide better care as well.

Barbara has excellent interpersonal skills. She is always a team player and wants to work together to obtain the best outcomes. Barbara also has excellent organizational skills as well as excellent computer skills.

Barbara would be an asset to your team. I would consider her an integral part of any team. Please contact me if you have any questions.

Sincerely,

Cathy Wilburn, FNP-BC 712 Hwy 334

Oxford, MS 38655

adcwpz@r.postjobfree.com 662-***-****

DECATUR COUNTY

GENERAL HOSPITAL

Progressive Medicine

969 Tennessee Ave S, P.O. Box 250 Parsons, TN 38363

To Whom It May Concern,

I am pleased to provide Barbara McLaurin with a letter of good standing and a recommendation for employment. In her position as the FNP at our clinic, (Magnolia Medical Arts) she demonstrated critical skills that would make her an excellent provider and educator.

Barbara did an excellent job in her position and was an asset to our organization during her tenure. She has excellent communication skills, is extremely organized, can work independently, and is able to effectively multi-task to ensure that all tasks are completed in a timely manner. She was a mentor and teacher to the staff at the clinic as well as taught formal classes in the hospital as need arose. She always enjoyed teaching and never misses an opportunity to serve in that copacity.

She was always willing to offer her assistance and had an excellent rapport with the staff as well as the patients that were seen in our office. She would be an asset to any employer, and we hated to see her go, but understood she needed to be with her family at the time. I wholeheartedly recommend her for any endeavor she chooses to pursue and trust her with mine and my family's health. Please let me know if you have any further questions.

In Service,

Jeremy R. Lansing Chief Operating Officer

Decatur County General Hospital adcwpz@r.postjobfree.com

731-***-****

901-***-****



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