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Nurse Practitioner Registered

Location:
Port Richey, FL
Posted:
September 27, 2020

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James Boyd Calcut *****

Meredith Lane Port Richey,

FL, 34668 Mobile:(813) 358-

4005

Email: adgf8x@r.postjobfree.com

Highlights

Currently Employed in a Level 2 Trauma Center Emergency Department treating main ER and fast track patients.

APRN - Licensed in the State of Florida Emergency

Nurse Practitioner (ENP) certified

ATLS Certified

Masters in Nursing (University of South Florida) 4 years ER experience (RN)

7 years military experience (US Army) - Infantry and Special Forces (Weapons Sergeant). I work hard

I care about the patients I serve I am

loyal

Hello, my name is James Calcut. I am a United States Army Veteran that is presently working as a Nurse Practitioner in the Emergency Department of Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point. I served in the Army for 7 years as an infantryman and Special Forces Weapons Sergeant, which means I have an excellent work ethic, and work well in a team environment. I am highly motivated, competent, and professional. My licensure is with the State of Florida andI have a Master’s degree in nursing from the University of South Florida. I am also Emergency Nurse Practitioner (ENP) certified, which is essentially board certification for NPs. I also speak a moderate amount of Spanish and am working toward fluency. I am happily married with four children and looking for a nice place to settle down and lay some roots.

WORK EXPERIENCE:

Regional Medical Center Bayonet Point, Hudson, FL 12/2018 - Present Advanced Practice Registered Nurse

Working as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, I am in charge of providing emergency medical care to our patients under the direct supervision of the attending physician. I record detailed histories and perform physical examinations. I create patient care plans and contribute to existing plans. I consult specialists and primary care physicians to assist in patient care. I perform necessary procedures such as suturing, incision and drainage, reductions, etc. I order and analyze diagnostic tests. I prescribe medications to treat medical illnesses and provide referrals as needed in accordance with treatment plans.

Palms of Pasadena Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL 07/2017 - 12/2018 Emergency Department (Charge Nurse)

Working as an Emergency Department Charge Nurse, I am in charge of every day duties in the emergency department, to include safe patient triage, through put, and patient satisfaction. In addition to charge nurse duties, I am responsible for triaging, assessing, monitoring, and delivering therapeutic interventions to walk-in and ambulance arrival patients. I deliver care in accordance with hospital policy and the State of Florida’s nurse practice acts. I put in IV’s, deliver IV medications, perform EKGs, place Foley catheters, apply temporary casts, and assist the physician with intubations and central line insertions. In addition, I routinely work with vasopressor medications, and treat patients with acutely critical conditions such as; ST elevation myocardial infarctions and SEPSIS. I work very hard, while maintaining empathy and compassion.

James A. Haley Veterans Administration Hospital, Tampa, FL 01/2017 – 07/2017 Emergency Department (Registered Nurse)

Working as an Emergency Department Staff Nurse, I am responsible for triaging, assessing, monitoring, and delivering therapeutic interventions to walk-in and ambulance arrival patients. I deliver care in accordance with hospital policy and the State of Florida’s nurse practice acts. I put in IV’s, deliver IV medications, perform EKGs, place Foley catheters, apply temporary casts, and assist the physician with intubations and central line insertions. In addition, I routinely work with vasopressor medications, and treat patients with acutely critical conditions such as; ST elevation myocardial infarctions and SEPSIS. I work very hard, while maintaining empathy and compassion. Palms of Pasadena Hospital, St. Petersburg, FL 07/2014 – 12/2016 Emergency Department (Registered Nurse)

Working as an Emergency Department Staff Nurse, I am responsible for triaging, assessing, monitoring, and delivering therapeutic interventions to walk-in and ambulance arrival patients. I deliver care in accordance with hospital policy and the State of Florida’s nurse practice acts. I put in IV’s, deliver IV medications, perform EKGs, place Foley catheters, apply temporary casts, and assist the physician with intubations and central line insertions. In addition, I routinely work with vasopressor medications, and treat patients with acutely critical conditions such as; ST elevation myocardial infarctions and SEPSIS. I work very hard, while maintaining empathy and compassion. Florida Hospital Tampa, Tampa, FL 07/2013 – 06/2014 Monitor Technician (Cardiac Telemetry Monitoring)

Working as a Monitor Technician, I am responsible for on-going surveillance of patient cardiac monitors and with providing RNs and other clinicians with immediate notification of any changes in cardiac rhythms. I deliver telemetry to monitored units and perform monitor hook- up/discharge, patient preparation, and teaching related to the telemetry monitor. Additionally, I perform 12-lead ECG’s as needed in support of RN’s and clinicians on the floor. Florida Hospital Tampa, Tampa, FL 11/2012 – 07/2013 Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)/Nurse Tech

While working as a Nurse Tech on a medical/surgical floor at Florida Hospital Tampa, my duties included; monitoring patient’s vital signs, blood glucose levels, and safety. I was also in charge of drawing blood for the various lab tests that needed to be performed on a daily basis. Additionally, I was in charge of assisting patients with bathroom and comfort needs. I changed and washed incontinent patients, re-positioned total care patients, provided patients with food and liquids in accordance with the doctor’s orders, and transported patients as needed. I am extremely familiar with electronic charting, as the hospital that I serve at uses Cerner. I was also required to apply 5 lead heart monitors to patients as needed.

MVM Inc. Ashburn, VA 12/2010 - 8/2012

Security Officer

While working as a Security Officer for MVM, I was in charge of maintaining security and safety of people and property in my assigned area by patrolling areas on foot and enforcing my company's rules and regulations. I received up to date training from Physician's Assistants on modern first aid techniques. I was also required to maintain active first aid and CPR certifications, and an active Secret security clearance. (Contact Supervisor: Yes, Supervisor's Name: Steven Vance, Supervisor's Phone:

(571) 223- 4500)

Fitness Together Oldsmar, FL 4/2010 - 10/2010

Personal Trainer

While working as a personal trainer at Fitness Together, I conducted fitness consultations and assessments for current, and prospective clients. I developed individualized programs that ensured client safety, and enhanced our client’s fitness goals. Furthermore, I assisted, monitored, and instructed our clients in the effective use of our company’s gym equipment and weight machines, maintaining a safe training atmosphere at all times.

United States Army-7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) Ft. Bragg, NC 7/2006 - 10/2009

Special Forces Weapons Sergeant

While serving as a Special Forces Weapons Sergeant I received extensive training and practical application of the latest combat trauma training available. Our Special Forces Medical Sergeants who are trained for 3 years to become medics trained our team. They are the best trauma medical officers in the US Army, and perform emergency room clinical rotations in Tampa Bay and Richmond Virginia to receive real world experience before even entering the field. While training with them I performed IV implementations, needle decompressions, and crycothyrotomies on live tissue, all under very strenuous conditions.

United States Army-25th Infantry Division Schofield Barracks, HI 8/2002 - 6/2006 Infantryman

While serving as an Infantryman in the 25th Infantry Division, I was qualified for 4 years as a Combat Lifesaver, and 2 years as a Squad First Responder. Combat Lifesavers are in charge of treating soldiers who have become wounded on the battlefield. We received intensive training on hemorrhage control, tourniquet application, intravenous (IV) fluid implementation, caring for spinal and head injuries, mouth-to- mouth resuscitation, first aid for bleeding, shock, fractures, and nerve agent injuries, and transportation of casualties (ambulation). Squad First Responders receive the next level of training. We received extensive training on advanced IV implementation, to include administering IV's in the dark while wearing night vision goggles, advanced airway control, to include the use of nasal pharyngeal tubes, oral pharyngeal tubes, and crycothyrotomies, and the treatment of tension pneumothorax via needle decompression. After training, we were called to use these skills in our units, performing countless practical field exercises.

McDonalds Newark, DE 7/2001 - 7/2002

Cashier

While working as a cashier at McDonald's, I entered purchases into cash register to calculate total purchase price, accepted cash, checks, or bankcards for payment, and completed check and bankcard transactions according to established procedure. I counted money, gave change and issued receipt for funds received. I calculated discounts or references, and requested customer identification for certain discounts and receipts as required. I maintained sufficient amounts of change in cash drawer, balanced cash drawer and receipts, and documented discrepancies. I also trained new cashiers, assisted customers in locating specific items, kept register area neat and stocked with necessary supplies, and assisted in other areas of the store, such as cleanup, shelf-stocking, and keeping merchandise displayed in an orderly manner. EDUCATION/CERTIFICATIONS

APRN Licensure-APRN9384322

Masters of Nursing - University of South Florida

Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Thomas Edison State College Emergency Nurse Practitioner certified - AANP

Certification for Emergency Nursing – Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing Advanced Trauma Life Support - American College of Surgeons ID: 764628 Exp. 11/08/2023

Southeastern College Registered Nursing Program (ASN) Graduated April 25th 2014 Maintained a 4.0 GPA and was awarded an academic award for having the highest GPA in class. ACLS Provider- FL 05269 Exp. April 2022

PALS Provider- FL 05269 Exp. April 2022

Fundamentals of ECG & Basic Dysrhythmias with Assessments (Echelon)- 50-4008 Certified Nursing Assistant: Certification Number-269-889 Exp: 31 May 2015 BLS for Healthcare Providers (CPR and AED) (American Heart Association) TC ID# FL05264 Exp. November 2021

Hillsborough Community College-49 Semester Credit Hours, 4.0 GPA

(At Hillsborough Community College I completed 49 credit hours of general electives, including: College Algebra, Speech Communications, English I and II, and Introduction to Computers. Introduction to Computers went into depth on how to efficiently use Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.)

LANGUAGES

English-Fluent

Spanish-Intermediate/Basic Conversation

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

I am extremely efficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. I can type 71wpm.



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