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FNP

Location:
Grand Junction, CO
Posted:
June 28, 2021

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RAELYNN HILGENFELD

**** ** **.

Fruita, CO. ***21 970-***-**** adne15@r.postjobfree.com

OBJECTIVE

EDUCATION

Walden University

**/**/**** – 05/16/202

Master’s of Science in Nursing- Advanced Practice Nursing

FNP license Active

Walden University

08/2017- 11/2018

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Graduated Magna Cum Laude

Colorado Mesa University

08/2012-12/2015

Associate Degree in Nursing

Work Experience

Colorado Mesa University

June/2020- Present

Instructor of Nursing

Shaping the young nurses of tomorrow. Participate in education from a clinical and didactic viewpoint in areas of Obstetrics, Mental health, fundamentals.

Human Touch Home Care

Sept/2012- Present

Home Health Case Manager

Provide care to patients throughout the life span as directed by a primary physician or specialty physician.

Venipuncture and lab draws

Wounds care including wound vacs

Medication reminder carousel refills including many different types of reminder carousels.

Assess and report changes in status to physician and implement treatment orders.

Heritage Colorado Care

12/2019-09/2019

Case Manager

Assist patients and physicians with establishing benefits.

Directing patients to the appropriate provider based on tiering through insurance benefits.

24/7 triage assistance for patients with non-acute complications

Mind Springs Hospital

08/17-12/2019

Admission Nurse

Triage potential referrals for admission to MSH

Collaborate with outer resources to gather health history.

Utilization of Software such as QHN for patient history

Obtaining orders from physicians for medications and admittance

Performing complete head to toe assessment on admission.

Collaboration with medical team regarding medical conditions

HopeWest

03/2015-08/17

Case Manager Blue Team RN

Responsible for case managing care for pts on an assigned case load

Executing physician orders in the community

Venipuncture for labs

Accessing port-a-cath site for IV medication administration

Providing active listening and emotional support to pt and family

Comfort Keepers

03/2014-03/15

Home Health LPN

Managing patient care, on a case by case basis

Coordinating care for patients with different

Collaborating with doctors and other care givers to manage patient care

Monitor patients for exacerbations or new health care conditions

Assess patients with specific conditions that need focused

Blood draws/labs, Venipuncture

Supervisory visits to assess care givers

Medication refills in different types of medication organizers

Colorado Injury and Pain

03/2014-03/2016

Admitting nurse/ L.P.N.

Case management of individual patients

Admit for procedures

Head to toe assessments

Establishing I.V. Site for cervical procedures and fluids maintenance for procedures requiring sedation.

Medication administration

float to PACU

Employee health maintenance: TB testing, administering vaccines.

Other responsibilities involve scheduling and patient teaching.

St.Mary's Hospital.

2007-2013

C.N.A./ Unit Clerk: Labor and Delivery

Performed vital signs

Filed, charted and documented information efficiently

Assisted R.N. with examinations and procedures

Answered phones using appropriate transferring procedures

Registered births for the state of Colorado

Performed basic C.N.A. Responsibilities

Other Relevant Skills

During my clinical experience for my FNP certificate, I independently have performed many skills, including:

Joint injections, wound care, biopsies-both punch and excisional.

Assessment and diagnosis as well as treatment of many disease including: hypertension, diabetes, thyroid dysfunction, CHF.

As an RN, I am proficient in the following skills:

Venipunctures

Medication Administration

Experience in fast paced setting

Establishing

Intravenous access

Urinary Catheterization

Wound care

Paper and electronic charting

Proficient typing and computer skills

References

Chelsea Arata, Psychiatric N.P, West Springs Hospital, Grand Junction, CO. 614-***-****

Jenifer Hector, Mind Spring Admissions coordinator, Grand Junction, CO. 970-***-****

Marcie Moore, Psychiatric NP, West Springs Hospital (Currently VA employee) Grand Junction, CO. 269-***-****

James Varnell, Nurse house supervisor, West Springs Hospital (currently VA employee) Grand Junction, CO. 970-***-****

VOLUNTEER ACTIVITIES

Volunteer for activities at church often.

Awards

Graduated Magna cum laude for my BSN degree.

A personal mission/vision statement

As an MSN and FNP, I understand that I will oversee staff and delegate many interventions to staff for patients that I am caring for. As such, I intend to be a strong, dependable and effective leader to empower the nurses on my team and provide as much patient autonomy as possible. I will use evidenced based practice when creating treatment plans for my patients and will not ask nurses to perform duties outside of their scope of practice. My goal is to someday have my own practice with a focus on population health, which provides primary care across the life span, to patients in their home if necessary. The leadership that I hope to provide, is one of compassion, competence and effective communication. Discovering my strengths is the first step in becoming the leader I hope to be. My primary aim for care is to provide the type of care that encourages autonomy of the patient, education and information about all possible treatments, education about possible outcomes and side effects and then allowing to the patient to ultimately decide on the next steps. I fully understand the responsibility I will have as an FNP, whether I am overseeing care, directly treating, or providing education to future nurses. I do not take this responsibility lightly and will utilize all available tools to ensure whatever I am doing, it results in the best possible outcomes.

I am a Colorado native and have lived on the Western Slope my entire life. I have been in healthcare my entire adult life and have worked my way through licensing and degrees, starting with my CNA license. I currently hold my FNP license in Colorado and am hoping to find a position that allows me to use my license to serve my community. As a recent graduate, I know that I am more of a risk than others, but I also know that I offer a wealth of knowledge and experience from my years as a nurse.



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