Jan Wheat, BSN, RN, MS, FNP-C
McKinney Pediatrics 2007-present
Family Nurse Practitioner Certified
• Full time as a FNP-C assessing, diagnosing, and treating common childhood illnesses.
• Preceptor for numerous PNP and FNP TWU students since June 2007.
• Billing over $1.2 million in Medicaid each year since 2009
TWU Adjunct Professor-FNP course 2012-present
• FNPI course work and clinical hours, lecture
• Preceptor class 2012-support and guidance for graduating students during their preceptorships
Childrens and Community Health Services in McKinney December 2011-present
• Volunteer for the county free clinic-providing medical management for adult patients
• Assessing, diagnosing, and treatment for Well Check ups, HTN, Hyperlipidemia, IDDM and DM Type II, gynecologic exams, Diabetic clinic, etc as a Family Nurse Practitioner
Pediatric After Hours 2007-2010
• PRN FNP-C assessing, diagnosing, and treating common childhood illnesses.
Baylor University Medical Center/Dallas
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Educator 2006-2007
• Implemented and coordinated ongoing staff education program.
• Facilitated internship program for new graduate and experienced Registered Nurses within the metroplex.
Turning Point 2000-2004
Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner
• Certified by the Office of the Attorney General )OAG)
• S.A.N.E. kit (Verbal statements, specimens from victim such as hair clippings, saliva, vaginal secretions, nail clippings, assessment of the female sexual organ, PAP smears)
• Expert witness for the Turning Point and the State of Texas.
McKinney Independent School District 2000-2004
• Assessment of the Elementary School Aged child (K thru 5th grades)
• Caring for asthmatics and diabetics, monitoring, assessing and administering prescribed medication.
• Educating staff regarding diabetic signs and symptoms, establishing guidelines and plan of care for the diabetic and asthmatic child in the school setting/ CPR Instructor
Baylor University Medical Center 1994-2000
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit/ Registered Nurse/ Charge Nurse/ Care Flight Transport Nurse
• Assessment of the preterm infant requiring intensive care. Delivery team; Newborn assessment, Apgars; skill requirements for Neonatal Intensive Care and transport flight RN
• Clinical skills include thorough head to toe physical assessments, anticipatory guidance, collection of cultures, assessment of laboratory data, and use of evidenced based medicine to assess, diagnose, and treat common childhood illnesses and refer those needing special treatments.
• Associate Degree Nurse (1993) Austin Community College, Austin Texas
• Bachelor of Science, BS (2005) Texas Woman’s University, Denton Campus
• Master of Science, MS (2006) Texas Woman’s University, Denton Campus
• Started Doctorate of Nurse Practitioner (summer 2008) Graduate Statistics Texas Woman’s University, Dallas Campus
Licensure and Certification
• Registered Nurse (RN), State of Texas 1994
• Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP-C), State of Texas 2007
• References available upon request