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Registered Nurse Practitioner

Hemet, CA
April 23, 2021

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Recently licensed Family Nurse Practitioner, and experienced Registered Nurse with a multitude of experiences including overseeing the drug detoxification of patients ensuring a safe experience in addition to experience in the Neonatal ICU at a rural community hospital planning and coordinating the daily care for the neonates.


Master of Science in Nursing – Chamberlain University February 2020

Family Nurse Practitioner Specialty Track

Graduation Honors: Cum Laude; Dean’s List

Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Grand Canyon University December 2014

President’s Scholarship

Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences – The University of Rhode Island May 2002

Dean’s List


[FNP-BC] Family Nurse Practitioner, Board Certified – Accrediting Board (95015078) June 30, 2021

[RN] Registered Nurse – States of California (95085789) May 2021

[ACLS] Advanced Cardiac Life Support – American Heart Association December 2021

[BLS] Basic Life Support – American Heart Association February 2022

[NRP] Neonatal Resuscitation Provider September 2021

[POPS] Pediatric Orthopedic Practitioners Society July 2021

Suboxone Waiver

NP/PA 24-Hour Waiver Training (DEA License Number Pending)


Internal Medicine – Manikanda Raja, MD, Hemet Valley Medical Center (Hemet, CA) 425 Hours

Pediatrics – Timothy Mackey, MD, Pediatric Medical Group (Riverside, CA) 100 Hours

Obstetrics and Gynecology Care – Manikanda Raja, MD, Hemet Valley Medical Center (Hemet, CA) 100 Hours

NP Skills include:

Analyze and interpret patient histories, symptoms, physical findings, and diagnostic information

Education patients about self-management of acute or chronic illnesses ensuring that the information is tailored to the patient’s specific circumstances

Order, perform, and interpret the results of diagnostic tests

Recommend interventions to modify behavior associated with health risks

Diagnose and treat chronic health care problems such as high blood pressure and diabetes

Diagnose and treat acute health problems, such as illnesses, infections, or injuries

Perform routine physical examinations

Coordinate patient care and support staff activities to ensure high quality patient-centered care

Assist patients or caregivers with locating and connecting with health care resources

Successful at gently persuading patients to change their minds or risky behaviors

Perform systems analysis to determine how a system should work and how improvements would affect outcomes

Service oriented

Perceptual speed to quickly and accurately compare similarities and differences among the patterns that patients display to ensure appropriate diagnosis

Oral comprehension

Deductive reasoning to apply general rules to specific problems to attain outcomes that make sense

Inductive reasoning to combine pieces of information to form conclusions regarding patient care


REGISTERED NURSE, Detoxification – Hemet Valley Recovery Center (Hemet, CA) July 2016 – Present

Responsible for the close monitoring and treatment of 41 patients in a detoxification setting

Ensures nightly chart audits are performed and that all medication is administered as per treatment protocol

Assists with patient intake including insurance authorizations, medical assessments, notification of providers

Assists in the behavioral management of patients including verbal redirection and active listening offering reassurance and comfort during the detoxification process

Administers methadone and suboxone as per treatment protocols, monitoring patients CIWA and COWS, and provides patient education about detoxification

REGISTERED NURSE, Neonatal ICU – Riverside Community Hospital (Riverside, CA) May 2016 – Present

Plans and coordinates the daily patient care activities ensuring appropriate clinical practice while ensuring the caregivers understand the status and current condition of their child

Ensured adherence to established clinical policies, protocols, regulations, and standards while ensuring the comfort of the neonates

Serves as a clinical resource for the NICU unit

Collaborates across disciplines providing clinical support to improve patient care and patient outcomes

REGISTERED NURSE, Neonatal ICU – Lovelace Women’s Hospital (Albuquerque, NM) February 2015 – April 2016

Response for the total nursing care of infants diagnosed with congenital defects, delivery complications, and premature birth

Administer medications, perofrm complex procedures, worked with complicated technology, and consulted with an interdisciplinary healthcare team to coordinate all aspects of a patient’s care

Comforted patients and provided education and reassurance to families

Formulated nursing care plans that included the assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of the effectiveness of treatments in the nursing care plans

REGISTERED NURSE, Post Surgical and Post Trauma Telemetry – University of New Mexico (Albuquerque, NM) December 2014 – April 2015

Provided professional nursing care, competently ensuring positive patient outcomes while engaging in patient-centered care

Assessed patient’s condition, planned patient care, and administered ordered medications and treatments

Recorded patient observations and reported responses to drugs and treatments while offering comfort

Assisted with examinations and prepared instruments and equipment prior to treatments and procedures


Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Phi Pi Chapter – January 2020

American Association of Nurse Practitioners – July 2019

National Student Nurses’ Association August 2013

Student Nurses’ Association of New Mexico August 2013

Served as the Director of Programming for the SNA August 2013

Service Recognition Aware—100 Hours of volunteer work in the community

Ronald McDonald House, Volunteer

PB&J Family Services, Volunteer

Crossroads, Volunteer

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