Personal Cell: 226-***-****
Capable of dealing with unexpected, intermittent, high levels of stress.
Able to work both independently or as a productive member of the team.
A dynamic and energetic approach fed by the rush of working within a fast-paced environment, and physically fit to handle the demands of the job.
Dedicated and compassionate nursing candidate with a hospital and clinical training.
Extremely dependable; constantly seeking opportunities to assume ownership or provide coverage for critical functions.
Fully committed to following directions and regulations. Passion for learning within a dynamic healthcare environment.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of Windsor, June 2016
BLS 10/2/18 - 10/2/20 TNCC 06/22/18 - 06/22/22 PALS 02/12/19 - 02/12/21 NIHSS 04/15/20 - 04/15/21
ACLS 01/22/19 - 01/22/21 ENPC 08/23/18 - 08/23/22 MAB 04/15/20 - 04/15/21 CPI 04/15/20 - 04/15/21
Staff Nurse at Henry Ford Emergency Department – Level One Trauma Center in Detroit, MI
April 24, 2017 – March 4, 2019
Travel Nurse at Memorial Medical Center – Level Two Trauma Center in Modesto, California
March 25, 2019 – June 20, 2019
Travel Nurse at Beaumont Hospital – Level One Trauma Center in Royal Oak, MI
July 25, 2019 – April 18, 2020
Duties by system:
Cardiovascular: Monitored patients with LVAD, ICD, pacemakers, hypotension, cardiogenic shock, DVT, those with previous history of MI, CAD, arteriosclerosis and post-op recoverees such as CABG by assessing cardiovascular status through observation and monitoring changes (i.e. V-tachs, PVCs, STEMIs, and mental status change); Involved in numerous code activation and CPR initiation. Monitoring lab values i.e. CBC, BMP, BNP, and troponin levels.
Neuro: Monitored patients who presented with neurogenic shock, stroke, those with post-op complications such as VP shunt malfunction that required continuous observation of mental status changes via GCS scale; administering TPA and performing hourly check of neurological status (i.e. facial symmetry, pronator drift, slurred speech, expressive/receptive aphasia etc.)
Respiratory: Monitoring patients that present with shortness of breath as a result of various complications such as: PE, pneumonia, those with history of COPD, asthma, bronchitis, cystic fibrosis and requiring interventions such as the administration of albuterol, prednisone, oxygen delivered supplementation via nasal cannula, venti mask, non-rebreather mask, cpap, bipap and those requiring intubation. Monitoring lab values i.e. ABG, VBG, Spo2, and O2 saturation,
Endocrine/Nephrology/GI/GU: Monitored those with DKA, nephrolithiasis, nephritis, pancreatitis, dialysis, prostatitis, appendicitis, c-diff, UTI, diverticulitis, those with colostomies, nephrostomy and suprapubic catheter. Assessing bowel sounds/movements and monitoring I&O.
Available upon request.