Abigail J. Wilson-Nieters, FNP-c
**** **** ***** *****, *********, Mo. 63050
Family Nurse Practitioner
Medical Surgical ICU Hospital Administration Level I Trauma Emergency Home Care
Proactive and industrious provider seeking a position as a Family Nurse Practitioner. Took on various roles throughout career, versed in many aspects of nursing with twenty years of hospital experience. Noted for ability to prioritize and stay up to date on evidenced base practice. Years of Level I Trauma experience contributes to the skill of identifying toxic versus nontoxic patients. Culturally diverse and fluent in German language.
August 1990-June 1993 Lutheran Medical Center School of Nursing-Worked in hospital associated with school and mentored by graduates same program.
August 2006-June 2008 Missouri Baptist University School of Nursing-Initiated self-directed projects regarding nursing care, hospital ethics and nursing theory while obtaining Bachelor of Science degree
August 2012-July 2015 Maryville University- Family Nurse Practitioner AANP board certified. 2 rotations of Adult Care clinicals at St Joseph Medical Group Primary Care clinic under Dr Wahied Gendi, OB/GYN/ Women’s Health clinical with Dr. Louis Ojascastro, rotated in ER/Urgent Care with Marianne Flesch, ANP, and performed Pediatric hours in the ER at Christian Northwest with Megan Connick, MD (board certified in pediatrics and immunology).
1993-1996 St. Alexius Hospital Medical Surgical, ICU, ER
1996-2004 Lutheran Medical Center Medical Surgical floors, ICU, ER, and Hospital Administration
2011- 2013 St Clare Hospital Fenton ER PRN staff RN
2004- 2010 full time and 2013-Oct 2017 as PRN staff RN St Louis University Hospital Level I Trauma ER-Stroke Center, teaching facility, worked closely with military CSTARS training soldiers to treat trauma overseas.
2010-2016 Veterans Affairs John Cochran Medical Center-ER
May 2016-October 2017 Blessing Hospital, Quincy, Illinois. ER FNP responsible for duties as provider in triage ensuring CMS core measures are met. Duties as provider in fast care included performing minor procedures such as reduction of fractures splinting, suturing, dental blocks, eye exams. `
Oct 2017 to present St. Louis University Affiliate Faculty Emergency Medicine. NP in triage and Clinical Decision Unit (CDU) involved in developing new CDU where extended stay ER patients (chest and abdominal pain, and various other pathology) required workup or observation and care to decide on admission versus discharge. Worked closely with various specialties to coordinate care and follow up. As provider in triage, job duties include medical screening exams, initiating orders for patients waiting to go to ER and fast care for lower acuity patients, eye exams, fracture care, suturing.
February 2017 to present Mercy ER and urgent care. FNP in ER and urgent care at Mercy Lincoln facility in Troy, Missouri. Responsibilities include care of pediatric and adult patients presenting to urgent care or ER. Involved in an ER pilot program where Mercy used telehealth ER physician as collaborating to coordinate care and transfers to their facility in St. Louis.
1990-2012 retired US Air Force Reserve Major-Trauma ER nurse, monitored credentials and education, responsible for deploying medical personnel into zones of conflict, communicated with headquarters to assess need for personnel.
References provided upon request