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Registered Nurse Practitioner

Las Vegas, NV
December 27, 2020

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Motivated and driven with a background in emergency medicine. A natural leader in the workplace who others turn to for support and problem solving. Enjoys cultivating peak performance that leads to the vision and long term direction of the organization. Seeking employment opportunities with a growth oriented company that allows full utilization of my education and skills.


Post Graduate Certificate – Liberty University Aug 2021

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

Master of Science in Nursing – Chamberlain University Apr 2020

Family Nurse Practitioner Specialty Track

Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Chamberlain University Oct 2018 President’s Honors

Associate of Science in Nursing – Hawaiʻi Community College May 2011 Honors; Certificate, Hawaiian Lifestyles

Certificate, Healthcare Administration – University of Hawaiʻi West Oʻahu Dec 2011

Certificate, Respiratory Care – Concorde Career College Apr 1999


[FNP-C] Family Nurse Practitioner – American Association of Nurse Practitioners Exp. Jun 2025

[APRN] Advanced Practice Registered Nurse – NV State Board of Nursing (832591) Exp. Jun 2025

[RN] Registered Nurse – NV State Board of Nursing (RN76038) Exp. Aug 2022

[RN] Registered Nurse – CA State Board of Nursing (843022) Exp. Sep 2022

[TNCC] Trauma Nursing Core Course – Emergency Nurses Association Exp. Oct 2020

[PALS] Pediatric Advanced Life Support – American Heart Association Exp. May 2021

[ACLS] Advanced Cardiac Life Support – American Heart Association Exp. May 2021

[BLS] Basic Life Support – American Heart Association Exp. May 2022

[RCP] Respiratory Care Practitioner – National Board of Respiratory Care Exp. N/A

International Association of Forensic Nursing Adult/Adolescent SANE Training (40.0 hrs.) Mar 2015 Kona Community Hospital, Emergency Room RN Didactic Course (200.0 hrs.) May 2012 Encino-Tarzana Regional Medical Center, NICU RCP Didactic Course (64.0 hrs.) Nov 2005


Family Health Clinic – Maj. J. Delgado, NP, Mike O’Callaghan Fed Med Ctr. (Nellis AFB) 126.1 Hrs.

Internal Medicine – Dr. Aseem Peterson, Mike O’Callaghan Fed Med Ctr. (Nellis AFB) 128.9 Hrs. Women’s Health – Christopher Moore, NP, Red Rock Medical Center, (Las Vegas, NV) 128.1 Hrs. Urgent Care – Dr. Karanvir Gupta, Pahrump Urgent Care (Pahrump, NV) 125.9 Hrs. Pediatrics – Dr. Diane Goebel, St. Rose Pediatrics (Las Vegas, NV) 125.0 Hrs.


Registered Nurse, Covid 19 Relief – Maxim Travel Nursing (Manhattan, NY)

March – April 2020

Provide emergency Covid-19 relief to area hospitals in Manhattan during pandemic

Critical care nursing of Covid-19 patients to include peritoneal dialysis, ECMO, aquapheresis, heliox ventilation, mixing and management of cardiac medications, antiplatelet therapy, central line management, arterial line management, and chest tube management

Adheres to strict PPE guidelines as set for the by the organization and CDC to reduce the transmission of highly infectious disease

Adheres to guideline regarding proper disposal of contaminated waste, post mortem care, and environmental decontamination

Willingness to float to different areas of hospital based on need

Registered Nurse, Emergency Room – Mike O’Callaghan Federal Medical Center (Las Vegas, NV) Nov 2015 – Present

Registered Nurse in the Emergency Department at the Mike O’Callaghan Federal Medical Center (MOFMC)

Provides comprehensive nursing care for pediatrics (<16), young adults (16-39), adult (40-64), older adult (65-74), and geriatric (75+) age groups by using in-depth knowledge of the interrelatedness of body systems and pathologic conditions associated with medical disorders/health problems

Knowledgeable in the care of non-urgent and urgent medical, surgical, cardiac, neurological, pediatric, neonatal, orthopedic, general surgery, women’s health, EENT, and urology patients Ensures that nursing processes, disease progress, acknowledgement of teaching, and follow up discharge care are documented promptly, using ESSENTRIS and CHCS/AHLTA record systems Responds to Rapid Response/Code Blues around the medical center, performing up to ACLS standards; knowledgeable of emergency and resuscitative measures and the ability to interpret, evaluate, and diagnose actions based on physiological tests and laboratory findings when physician is not at bedside

Performs rapid triage and assigns appropriate triage category under ESI guidelines Participates in in-service training on the unit, as well as necessary required continuing education programs to perform essential tasks on the floor

Perform charge nurse duties; facilitating patient flow to meet the unit’s patient disposition goal of six hours per patient

Uses effective oral and written communication in a positive, courteous, and friendly manner with patient, families, visitors, and other staff

Contributes in a manner that facilitates teamwork, providing and receiving guidance from other staff

Collaborates patient status in a concise manner to mid-level practitioners and physicians Skilled in setting up, operating, and monitoring cardiac monitors, intravenous infusion pumps, and defibrillators

Prepare, mix, and administer prescribed medications orally, intramuscularly, subcutaneously, intravenously, topically; knowledgeable in preparing medications in codes

Registered Nurse, Infusion Clinic – McKesson Specialty Health/Intrafusion (Las Vegas, NV) Nov 2016 – Dec 2019

Provides friendly and professional service in person, over the phone and through written communications

Demonstrates empathy and understanding to establish a rapport with patients and caregivers

Initiates and maintains IV/Port access for infusions

Safely and accurately administers medications, without errors, including oral, IM, SQ, and IV products

Performs ongoing patient assessments and notifies the supervising clinician of all abnormal findings

Uses technology to thoroughly document all patient care activities and interventions according to organizational policy and procedure

Accurately performs necessary nursing responsibilities including, but not limited to obtaining performing vital signs,

Demonstrates appropriate storage and handling of drug products

Counsels/advises patients regarding symptom/side effect management during therapy and within the scope of practice

Responds appropriately to anaphylactic reactions per protocol and informs supervising physician immediately.

Teaches patients and family members regarding the treatment care plan and what to expect and thoroughly documents the teaching and response to teaching

Communicates clearly and effectively with patients, coworkers, and other healthcare professionals

Collects and records all patient data as required per the care plan and/or other protocol and analyzes patient trends and outcomes


Corrections Nurse, Medical Unit – Corrections Corporation of America (Pahrump, NV) Sep 2015 – Apr 2016

Infusion Nurse, Home Healthcare – Arizona Visiting Nurses (Las Vegas, NV) Nov 2014 – Aug 2016

Registered Nurse – Hangover Heaven (Las Vegas, NV)

Oct 2015 – Dec 2016

Clinical Director – AA Medical (Las Vegas, NV)

2014 – July 2014

Registered Nurse – RCM Health Care Services (Honolulu, HI)

Apr 2013 – Dec 2013

Registered Nurse, Emergency Room – Kona Community Hospital (Kealakekua, HI) Aug 2011 – Mar 2013


AVIATION ELECTRICIAN – United States Marine Corps, Honorable Discharge

Feb 1984 – Feb 1987


In Omnia Paratus Award, Nellis AFB, Jan 2019

Gratis membership-International Association of Forensic Nurses, Mar 2015

Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society for Two-year Colleges and Academic Programs, Mar 2009

Employee of the Month, Nellis Air Force Base, Oct 2018

IAFN Foundation Scholarship, Jan 2015

Employee of the Month Hangover Heaven, Mar 2015

Academic Achievement Award, 2009-2010

Aloha Care Scholarship Nursing, 2008-2009

Employee of the Month Encino Tarzana Regional Medical Center, Aug 2005

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