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Nurse Practitioner Family

Location:
Clay Center, KS
Posted:
April 27, 2021

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Curriculum Vitae

Chandra Schwab, APRN

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Clifton, KS. 66937

Phone: 785-***-****

adlzvl@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION:

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Master of Science in Nursing-Family Nurse Practitioner

GPA-3.7

8/2008 to 5/2010 Baker University School of Nursing-Topeka, KS.

Bachelor of Science Nursing

Cum Laude

8/2002 to 5/2005 Kansas State University-Manhattan, KS.

Bachelors of Science

Clinical Sites:

Ellsworth County Medical Center, Ellsworth, KS. 90 clinical hours

Managed care for patients with diabetes, hypertension, thyroid disorders, hyperlipidemia, pulmonary hypertension, and atrial fibrillation to include education and self-management.

Conducted well women care, including pap smears and educated patients on self-breast examination, and conducted breast exams during a visit.

Performed seven adolescent sports physicals and educated patients and families on patient safety, healthy lifestyles, and disease prevention.

Procedures include wound debridement and dressing changes, toenail removals, wart removals, shave biopsies, diabetic nail care, shoulder and knee injections, and suture repairs.

Ascension Via Christi Behavioral Health Clinic, Manhattan, KS. 30 clinical hours

Managed care for patients with atrial flutter, hypertension, diabetes, cellulitis, and cysts to include education and self-management.

Procedures include incision and drainage of cyst, several wound debridement and dressing changes, suture repair, ECGs, and nuclear stress tests.

Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Center, Manhattan, KS. 45 clinical hours

Conducted orthopedic assessments on 119 patients.

Managed follow-up care on 5 shoulder replacements, 19 knee replacement patients, and 6 hip surgery patients.

Managed care for patients with osteoarthritis for 11 knees, 6 CMP joints, 4 hands, and 2 ankles/feet.

Diagnoses, managed, and created plan of care for a variety of bone fractures and displacements, tendinitis, bursitis, and torn ligaments or tendons.

Assisted with aftercare for diabetic ulcers.

Taught patients self-care exercises for injuries.

Procedures included assistance with 15 joint injections, removal of implants, debridement and wound changes, and application and removal of casts and splints.

The Women’s Health Group, Manhattan, KS. 45 clinical hours

Managed care for patients anogenital warts, gestational diabetes, herpes, depression and anxiety, hypertension, drug and alcohol dependency, atrophic vaginitis, sexually transmitted diseases, Hidradenitis suppurativa, acne, epidermal cyst, bacterial vaginosis, and hirsutism to include education and self-management.

Conducted well women care, including 25 pap smears and educated patients on self-breast examination, and conducted breast exams during a visit.

Conducted 15 prenatal and 5 postpartum visits to include education on decreased maternal infant morbidities and mortalities.

Educated patients on safe birth control methods.

Procedures include implant removals, assisting implant insertions, and LEEP procedures.

Family Medicine of Washington County, Washington, KS. 105 clinical hours

Managed care for patients with diabetes, hypertension, thyroid disorders, hyperlipidemia, migraines, CHF, and Hepatitis C to include education and self-management.

Conducted well women care, including two pap smears and educated patients on self-breast examination, and conducted breast exams during a visit.

Completed simple and comprehensive physical assessments on children and adults.

Procedures include knee injections, skin biopsy, mole removal with cryotherapy, and ECGs.

Via Christi Health Care, Manhattan, KS. 90 clinical hours

Managed care for patients with diabetes, hypertension, thyroid disorders, hyperlipidemia, migraines, CHF, and Hepatitis C to include education and self-management.

Conducted well women care, including two pap smears and educated patients on self-breast examination, and conducted breast exams during a visit.

Completed simple and comprehensive physical assessments on children and adults.

Procedures performed: knee injections, skin biopsy, mole removal with cryotherapy, and ECGs.

Stone Creek Family Physicians, Manhattan, KS. 90 clinical hours

Managed care for patients with squamous cell carcinoma, lymphoid leukemia, neoplasm of the pituitary gland, anemia, Alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, atrial fibrillation, COPD, kidney disease, and osteoarthritis to include education and self-management.

Conducted well men exams to include testicular exams and consultations for vasectomies.

Procedures include incision and drainage of abscesses, skin lesion removal via shave/excision/cryotherapy, joint injections, trigger point injections, and ECGs.

Clay Center Family Physicians, Clay Center, KS. 135 clinical hours

Managed care for patients with atrial flutter, hypertension, diabetes, cellulitis, cysts,

Procedures include incision and drainage of cyst, wound debridement and dressing changes, suture repair, ECGs, and nuclear stress tests.

Student Experiences:

Patient seen per Care Settings:

538 Primary Care

119 Orthopedic patients

43 Mental Health

89 OB-GYN

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

2012-Present

Clay County Health Department, Clay Center, KS.

Nurse Coordinator for the Maternal Child Health and Immunization Programs

Coordinate and plan county wide COVID vaccine program.

Contact Tracing for Communicable Diseases.

Coordinate county Health Fairs.

Participate with Clay County Emergency Management.

Manage immunization program and foreign travel consultations.

Train new employees.

Ensure all county employees’ health records are maintained and up-to-date.

Perform pre-employment, adult, daycare, and KAN Be Healthy physicals.

Obtain laboratory specimens for the screening and/or the diagnoses of communicable diseases.

Evaluate each client’s immunization status and determine appropriate action based on written protocols.

Manage TB Program.

Supervises and evaluates Healthy Start Home Visiting and the Maternal & Infant Social Worker.

Implemented, coordinate and teach March of Dimes, “Becoming A Mom”

Prenatal classes and Baby & Me Tobacco Free Program

Provide case management for High Risk Perinatal mothers and families.

Created the Clay County Perinatal Coalition.

Breast Feeding Certified Educator.

Implemented Trauma Informed Care into the community.

Awarded $100,000 of medical grants for Clay County.

Assists to maintain Health Department Policy and Procedures Manual.

Participate in the Clay County Bio-Defense planning team.

Participate in assigned Accreditation.

July 2010 to November 2012

Geary Community Hospital, Junction City, KS.

Staff Nurse- OB-GYN Unit

Provided care for women and neonates during the Antepartum, Intrapartum, and Postpartum periods.

Taught natural childbirth techniques.

Interpret normal vs. abnormal findings.

Assist with vaginal and C-section deliveries.

Provided bereavement support.

Assisted with developing education programs for the county.

February 2011 to March 2012

Cloud County Health Center, Concordia, KS.

Staff Nurse-OB-GYN and Medical Surgery Unit

Assess patients and work with a dynamic health care team for qualitative care.

Participated in peer reviews.

Developed and supervised Breast Feeding clinic.

Conducted home visits when indicated

May 2009 to May 2010

Veteran Affairs Hospital, Topeka, KS

Selected as Valor Scholar PACU (Post Anesthetic Care Unit) Nursing Student Technician for 1400 hours in the management of complex care for patients.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners

2013 to current President of the Clay County Perinatal Coalition

2013-2019 Secretary of the Clay County Resource Counsel

Member of Clay County Middle and High School Positive Addictions

Member of Clay County Early Head Start and Head Start Medical Advisory

Member of Clay Counts-Drug and Alcohol Education Program

LICENSURE:

State of Kansas Registered Nurse Issued: 6/7/10 Exp.: 8/28/2021

American Association of Nurse Practitioners Testing: May 17, 2021

Trainings:

Trauma-Informed Systems of Care

Wichita State University

Baby & Me-Tobacco Free Program Facilitator Training

Baby& Me- Tobacco Free Program

Perinatal Mood Disorders: Components of care

Postpartum Support International

Current Drug Trends & Prescription Drug Abuse

Wichita State University

Emergency Preparedness

Wichita State University

FEMA

Infectious Disease Outbreak detection and Response in Kansas

Wichita State University

Period of Purple Crying

Kansas Children’s Service League

Teeth for Two: Oral Health for Pregnancy

Kansas Cavity Free Kids

Bloodborne Pathogens

Kansas Department of Health

High 5 for Mom & Baby

Kansas Department of Health

Packing & Shipping of Category A & Category B Infectious Substances

Kansas Department of Health

Vision Screening & Assessment Workshop

The University of Kansas Medical Center



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