I am an enthusiastic, energetic, detail oriented team player with a dedicated work ethic. My nursing experience has been in Pediatric Home Health, Correctional nursing and currently I am working in Postpartum and Labor and Delivery at Capital Medical Center. Kaiser Permanente has an impeccable reputation for providing exceptional care to their patients and their employees. My mother, Barbara Cutter works in Labor and Delivery at Sunnyside Medical Center and raves about working for Kaiser and the exceptional care team in L&D and Postpartum. I believe my enthusiasm, energy, work ethic, and desire to work night shift would be an asset to your team. Thank you for your consideration and I look forward to hearing from you.
Accurate assessment of term and late preterm newborns
Accurate, detailed documentation in the EMR
Proficient use and implementation of policies and procedures
Effective, complete discharge assessments and planning
Prioritize patient care according to acuity level
Perform newborn screenings: (TCB, hearing screens, Bili lights, lab draws, PKU, glucose management, temperature instability interventions)
Lactation education and breastfeeding assistance
Postpartum hemorrhage prevention/management
Post surgical care of cesarean section and gynecological patients
Labor and delivery, newborn and postpartum care
Capital Medical Center- Olympia, WA June 2019 to Current
Capital Medical Center Women Services is an LDRP unit. My current responsibilities include assessments, prioritizing, planning and implementing care for obstetrical patients and their newborns. One may see some of my skills noted above under the skills heading.
Clark County Correctional Facility- Vancouver, WA August 2018 to January 2020
My responsibilities included charge nurse, patient triage, initial intake assessments, utilization/implementation of detox protocols, patient transfers, lab draws, performing EKGs and collaborating with clinicians. As the charge nurse, I was responsible for assessing medical emergencies and implementing appropriate interventions for inmates and/or staff.
Pediatric Services of America- Vancouver, WA April 2018 to August 2018
Primary RN caring for medically fragile children with complex diagnoses. Administer medications and treatments per order via G-tube, J-tube and IV. Monitor seizure activity and administer PRN medications based on assessments.
Sumner College (Portland, OR) March 2018
Associates Degree in Nursing
Clark Community College (Vancouver, WA) 2016
Associate of Applied Science Degree