Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
  • H: (555) 432-1000
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Master of Science: Family Nurse Practitioner, Expected in 12/2020
University of Cincinnati - Cincinnati, OH

Current GPA: 3.838

Bachelor of Science: Nursing, Expected in 12/2003
Pacific Lutheran University - Tacoma, WA

GPA: 3.63

Associate of Science: General Requirements And Nursing Pre-Requisites, Expected in 06/2001
Olympic College - Bremerton, WA
GPA: 3.75
  • Care Plan Management
  • Patient Care (Direct and Indirect)
  • Patient Management, including care standards, patient safety and assessments
  • Staff Performance, education and training
  • Clinical Training
Work History
Charge Nurse, Family Birth Center, 12/2008 - Current
Ohio Health Worthington, OH,
  • Monitoring daily efficiency of the department to maximize patient satisfaction while achieving productivity goals.
  • Organizing, prioritizing and delegating work flow, including making daily patient assignments.
  • Providing guidance and assistance in decision making for staff members and acting as a resource in emergent situations.
  • Communicating effectively with physicians and midwives to provide an optimal level of patient care.
  • Communicating effectively with Hospital House Supervisor and Family Birth Center Director regarding clinical issues.
  • Scrubbing for cesarean sections when scrub tech is not available.
  • Working with families and patients to determine best options for treatment, diagnosis and prevention.
  • Training new nurses in proper techniques, care standards, operational procedures and safety protocols to optimize performance and safety.
  • Administering medications and treatments to patients as ordered by physician, maintaining accountability for accurate narcotic count every 24 hours.
  • Overseeing operations, including admissions and discharges and scheduling of nursing staff.
  • Performing real-time chart audits for all patients ensuring accuracy and completeness of information while capitalizing on opportunities for process improvement.
  • Maximizing team performance by monitoring nursing care, including patient assessment processes and treatment implementations.
  • Prioritizing urgent and non-urgent patient needs calmly and effectively.
  • Build rapport with patients and family members to deliver exceptional care.
  • Coordinating with registration staff, medics, ER staff and ER physicians to cut time between admission and treatment, improving patient outcomes and delivery of care.
  • Precepting student nurses and orienting new hires, providing guidance and mentorship when teaching on hospital policies, emergency procedures and nursing best practices.
Staff RN, Family Birth Center , 06/2005 - Current
Catholic Health Initiatives City, STATE,
  • Admitting patients for labor, inductions, C-sections and conducting continuous maternal-fetal assessments during labor.
  • Providing all nursing care and support to patients while utilizing pharmacological as well as non-pharmacological pain management.
  • Providing care to high-risk maternity patients and stabilization of preterm patients for possible/actual transport to a higher level facility.
  • Providing patient/family education in collaboration with the physician.
  • Documenting patient care and patient status in accordance with standards of care and policies of facility.
  • Assisting with stabilization and transition of the normal newborn at delivery.
  • Circulating for cesarean sections and providing care for post-surgical patients.
  • Assisting anesthesia with insertion of epidural catheters and providing care to patients with regional anesthesia.
  • Communicating effectively with providers to provide an optimal level of patient care.
  • Administer medications and treatments to patients as ordered by physician, and continuously monitor responses to medications.
  • Strengthen unit care standards and policies with focus on patient safety and dignity.
  • Complete clinical tasks in accordance with hospital policy.
  • Deliver oral medications, intramuscular injections and IV fluids to mitigate or resolve patient symptoms.
  • Build rapport with patients and family members to deliver exceptional care.
  • Document medications administered and treatments and procedures performed on appropriate records to protect privacy and confidentiality of patient information.
Staff RN, Medical-Surgical, 02/2004 - 06/2005
Catholic Health Initiatives City, STATE,
  • Admitted and discharged patients as well as provided a safe, healing environment for medical/surgical patients.
  • Provided all nursing care to patients as assigned and performed all related duties as required, including preparing patients for surgery.
  • Collaborated and communicated effectively with the physician and interdisciplinary team.
  • Delivered medications via oral, IV and intramuscular injections, monitoring responses to address new concerns.
  • Conferred with physicians to discuss diagnoses and devise well-coordinated treatment approaches.
  • Worked within interdisciplinary health care team to develop, implement and make adjustments to patient care plans, individualizing strategies and methods to improve health and meet recovery goals.
  • Assessed medical status of patients pre and post-operation by checking vital parameters and supervising food intake.
  • Identified patient care requirements by establishing personal rapport with patients and families.
  • Monitored patients' conditions and reported changes in physical ability, appearance and behavior to discuss treatment with physicians.
  • Observed and reported patient condition, progress and medication side effects to accurately document updates.
  • Managed elements of patient care, from admission to discharge or transfer to other units, using nursing expertise to conduct assessments, administer medications, initiate nursing and emergency interventions, contribute to care plan development and educate patients.
  • Collected blood, tissue and other laboratory specimens and prepared for lab testing.
  • Started intravenous fluids, administered medications and documented patient charts by recording food and fluid output and intake.
  • Performed various nursing interventions such as wound dressing and vital sign monitoring.
  • Nitrous Oxide Monitoring Certified (no expiration)
  • BLS Certified, expires 09/2021
  • STABLE Certified, expires 12/2020
  • ACLS for Obstetrics Certified, expires 12/2021
  • NRP Certified, expires 12/2021
Additional Information
  • Expected graduation: December 2020
  • Expected board exam: January 2021

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  • University of Cincinnati
  • Pacific Lutheran University
  • Olympic College

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