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Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000, resumesample@example.com
Summary Statement
Respected leader with 10 years of critical care experience with the past two years serving as Patient Care Supervisor.  Exceptional communicator who is able to set forth clear expectations.  Demonstrates integrity in both decision making and actions by maintaining honesty and accountability with staff and fellow leaders.  Enjoys cultivating an atmosphere of idea sharing, support, and ongoing learning and development of staff enabling them to provide high quality and compassionate nursing care to patients and families.
Licenses
Registered Nurse in the State of Minnesota, 2007 to present
Registered Nurse in the State of Missouri, 2005 to 2009
Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Certification 2005 to present
Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification 2001 to present

Skill Highlights
  • Strong critical care experience
  • Knowledgeable of regulatory standards
  • Exceptional leadership skills
  • Developed effective working relationships across department throughout the hospital
  • Previous experience with implementation of new equipment and/or processes to promote patient safety and improve patient outcomes thereby ensuring financial reimbursement
  • Self driven, able to work independently and multi-task effectively, flexible in a fast paced, ever changing, high demand environment
  • Reviews all Patient Visitor Safety Reports and provides feedback, education, and coaching as needed
  • Experienced with Human Resources and the Allina disciplinary action process
Professional Experience
08/2013 to Current BSN, RN, Patient Care Supervisor PB2000 Espanola Public Schools | Espanola, NM,
Primary job functions include daily supervisor of the unit, serve as a compassionate and reasonable liaison between patients, families, and staff when issues or concerns arise, be an available a resource when needed, ensure equipment is available and functioning, a role model of professional nursing practice, and a leader of change.  Other responsibilities include:
  • Interviewing/Hiring high quality applicants for RN/PAC/NA positions
  • Timely performance evaluations for RN/PAC/NA
  • Ensuring all staff maintain competency related to there job description and providing education and training as needed
  • Providing timely feedback and informal/formal coaching, or disciplinary action as warranted based on performance issues
  • Review all PVSRs and provide appropriate education or coaching
  • Maintain balanced par levels of materials and linens on the unit to reduce waste
  • Maintain par levels of special order items
  • Monitor all LOA/FMLA for status and compliance
  • Assign preceptors and develop orientation schedules
  • Assist with the development, implementation, and promotion of new initiatives
  • Ensure ongoing regulatory readiness
  • Complete monthly audits/BLITZ/unit cleaning audit/hand hygiene
  • Participating member on multiple committees including but not limited to: Dr. Blue Committee, PDEC, Patient Centered, ICU & PB2000 OQC, CLABSI, Infection Prevention, General Medicine Breakthrough, Critical Care Leadership, SPM, etc.
  • Served as Interim Patient Care Manager of the Critical Care Float Pool and Rapid Response team, March 2015 to June 2015
01/2008 to 08/2013 BSN, RN Abbott Northwestern Hospital | City, STATE,
Employed as a staff RN in the Medical/Surgical/Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit.  Continued to develop skills and advance critical care knowledge.
  • Trained in specialty therapies of Flotrac, Coolgard, Peritoneal Dialysis, Swan-Ganz Catheters, and CRRT.
  • Trained as unit Charge Nurse, Circulator, and Preceptor
  • Excellent communication skills and organization.
  • Noted by peers to be a knowledge resource on the unit when questions arose. 
11/2005 to 10/2007 BSN, RN Boone Hospital Center | City, STATE,
Trained in the Medical Intensive Care Unit as a new graduate nurse.  Gained experience providing care to a variety of critically ill patients.
  • Completed the national ECCO Modules for Critical Care Nurses.
  • CPR and ACLS certified, proficient with basic dysrhythmias.
  • Proficient with basic nursing skills such as the placement of IV's, NG's, Foley catheters, and their associated care and maintenance.
  • Developed skills regarding the use and maintenance of Central Lines, Arterial Lines, Swan-Ganz Catheters, hemodynamic monitoring, and other various types of equipment used in the ICU setting.
  • Obtained training in the management of a patient undergoing IABP and CRRT therapies.
  • Served as charge nurse and preceptor.
11/2001 to 03/2005 Nurse Assistant Bothwell Regional Health Center | City, STATE, Nursing assistant in the Rehab, Orthopedics, and Emergency Department throughout nursing school. Frequently floated to the medical/surgical floors and Critical Care Unit.  Advanced my learning with hands-on experience while providing personal cares to patients and assisting with ADLs.
Education and Training
Expected in 2005 Bachelor of Science | Nursing University of Missouri, Columbia, Missouri GPA:
Minor in Human Development and Family Studies
Member of Sigma Theta Tau
Recipient of the H.W. Harris and Fingland scholarships for academic excellence.
3.5 GPA

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