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Jessica
Claire
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(555) 432-1000,
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
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Professional Summary

An educated and exceptionally reliable nurse that brings forth over 35 years of vast experience managing everything from patients to managing multiple departments. Afforded the opportunity to expand my skills and grow as a leader. A strong knowledge base to share with others and have worked in many areas within the nursing field. Worked with as few as 6 and as many as 120 employees. Nurtured and grown many nurses during my nursing career. Organized and dependable with excellent verbal and written communication skills. Worked to improve processes, managed talented team members, and embraced challenges to make a positive impact within nursing. Team player and encouraged teams to be engaged and bring forth their innovative ideas. Very approachable with an open-door policy.

Skills
  • Loyal, dependable employee
  • Very team oriented
  • Administrative Oversight
  • Administrative Leadership
  • Knowledge with Kronos and ADP
  • Knowledge with T System software.
  • Knowledge of Meditech
  • Payroll
  • Problem solving
  • Process improvement
  • Quality Improvement
  • Staffing/developing schedules
  • Supervisor
  • Knowledge of Swing Beds
  • Knowledge of Telemetry
  • Chair of multiple teams within the Healthcare System.
  • Budgetary processes
  • Mentoring
  • Knowledge of insurances and Infection prevention measures
  • Policy review and implementation
Education
Western Governors University Salt Lake City, UT Expected in 10/2018 Master of Science : Nursing Leadership And Management - GPA :
Central Pennsylvania School Of Nursing Philipsburg, PA, Expected in 05/1985 RN Diploma : Nursing - GPA :

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Western Governors University Salt Lake City, UT Expected in 05/2017 Bachelor of Science : Nursing - GPA :
Certifications
  • CPR
  • ACLS
  • BLS, ACLS Instructor
  • In the process of obtaining my Nurse Executive Certification.
Accomplishments
  • Collaborated with team the Senior Leadership team and individuals from the Rural Health Design Center, CMMI, and the Pa office of Rural Health to become part of the Rural Health Model and develop a Transformation Plan to change our outlook from volume to value.
  • Listened to concerns of my staff and helped enact changes within the department and with procedures to creat better efficiency and improve staff satisfaction.
Work History
Camp Recovery - Chief Nursing Officer /ADON/Unit Manager
Austin, TX, 04/2017 - 01/2021

CNO

July 2019- Present

  • Work collaboratively with the Senior Leadership team to develop a Transformational Plan as a condition of participation in the Rural Health Model.
  • Work with the Nursing management team to develop and implement a CHF and COPD registry, new discharge processes and informational packets for our CHF patients.
  • Provided education to the Management team regarding Health literacy and incorporated the Social Determinants of Health in the admission data base to help reduce potentially avoidable utilization to move from volume to value.
  • Maintained proper staff levels within budget parameters to deliver high levels of care to every patient.
  • Chair the Team Management meeting.
  • Chair the Policy Advisory Committee.
  • Chair the Transformation Team.
  • Act as the Swing Bed Coordinator.
  • Report monthly to the Board of Directors.
  • Budgetary processes.
  • Member of the COVID task force in Blair County.
  • Member of the SART (Sexual Assault Response Team)
  • Participation in meetings with representatives and Senators to assist them in passing legislation regarding physical assault of nurses.
  • 11 departments that report to me.

Assistant Director of Nursing/Manager

April 2017- July 2019

· In that role, I was responsible for evaluation of patients for Swing Beds, discharge plans, insurance authorizations/updates, and completion of CMS requirements for those Swing Bed patients.

· During 2008 thru 2010, I was also responsible for Case Management duties.

· In May of 2010, I took on the position of Manager for the Surgical/Pediatric Unit.

· In addition to my Swing Bed responsibilities, I was responsible for approximately 50 employees, evaluations, discipline, budgetary processes, and managing to productivity.

· During my employment at Clearfield Hospital I co-chaired the QM Committee.

· I was chair of the Policy/Procedure Committee, and just prior to the end of my employment there, I was part of the ”Committed To Caring” Committee.

· Participated in management team meetings.

· Evaluated work performance of 20 plus nursing staff on a yearly basis in the ED and SPU departments.

· Recruited and developed quality individuals to develop accountable top quality staff.

· Worked with staff to Identify department issues and aid in the correction of those issues.

· Collaborated with staff, management and outside agencies to coordinate and improve patient care.

· Implemented the use of pledgets for eye surgeries.

· Resurrected the Medical Command program and Emergency Department Committee.

· Encouraged respectful and team-oriented units.

· Worked closely with the charge nurses to develop their respective unit schedules and provide the resources needed to perform in their charge roles.

· Responsible for to budgets for the departments.

· Assisted the CNO with projects and sought guidance to improve my management skills.

· Collaborated with the Senior Leadership team.

· Assisted with Emergency Preparedness exercises.

Lifescape - Clinical Supervisor
Rapid City, SD, 01/2011 - 04/2017
  • Lead and directed team of 100 plus clinical personnel and support staff.
  • Developed and adjusted work schedules for Medical/ Oncology staff.
  • Identified nurses' and staff training needs and provided education to improve their skills.
  • Maintained compliance with patient care standards and infection control in all areas of operations.
  • Worked with the Unit Director to develop nursing staff through education, evaluation, performance management and competency improvement.
  • Responded to crisis situations with calm and professional approach to optimize support.
  • Acted as a resource for the staff.
  • Ensured the smooth running of the unit during my shift.
  • Collaborated with the interdisciplinary team to determine appropriate care and discharge plans.
Clearfield Hospital - Registered Nurse
City, STATE, 08/1985 - 11/2010

Unit Manager, Swing Bed Coordinator

August 2005- November 2010

  • In that role, I was responsible for evaluation of patients for Swing Beds, discharge plans, insurance authorizations/updates, and completion of CMS requirements for those Swing Bed patients.
  • During 2008 thru 2010, I was also responsible for Case Management duties.
  • In May of 2010, I took on the position of Manager for the Surgical/Pediatric Unit.
  • In addition to my Swing Bed responsibilities, I was responsible for approximately 50 employees, evaluations, discipline, budgetary processes, and managing to productivity.
  • During my employment at Clearfield Hospital I co-chaired the QM Committee.
  • I was chair of the Policy/Procedure Committee, and just prior to the end of my employment there, I was part of the ”Committed To Caring” Committee.

Unit Manager

January 2001-January 2005

· Oversaw delivery of care for all patients on 34 Bed Medical/Telemetry Unit and the 33 bed Surgical/Pediatric Unit providing direct care to up to 67 patients, delegating nursing assignments and supervising team comprised of RN's, LPNs, CNA's and unit clerks.

· Overall management of these units, approximately 100 employees and evaluations, discipline, and budgetary processes.

· Collaboration with all members of the Healthcare team.

· Handled complaints from patients and families and immediately took steps for quick resolution and to prevent reoccurrence.

· Budgetary processes.

· Quality improvement projects.

Case Management/Discharge Planning

January 1996-January 2001

· I worked in the Discharge Planning Department which evolved into Case Management.

· I was responsible for discharge planning and also had some Utilization Review responsibilities.

· Arranged Home Care services and assisted patients in acquiring needed DME.

· Arranged transfer and admission to Assisted Living, Personal Care Homes, and skilled Nursing facilities.

· Assisted in setting patients up and determining insurance coverage for outpatient antibiotic therapy.

· Gained knowledge about insurances and obtaining insurance authorizations.

· Collaboration with outside agencies and the interdisciplinary team to ensure the best possible discharge plan.

Staff/Charge Nurse

August 1985-January 1996

· Collaborated with physicians to quickly assess patients and deliver appropriate treatment while managing rapidly changing conditions.

· Educated patients, families and caregivers on diagnosis and prognosis, treatment options, disease process and management and lifestyle options.

· Reported patients' status and delegated nurse assignments to achieve optimal outcomes.

· Mentored new nurses.

· Audited charts and reviewed clinical documents to verify accuracy and quality.

· Accurately documented all elements of nursing assessment, including treatment, medications and IVs administered, discharge instructions and follow-up care.

· Provided direct patient care, stabilized patients and determined next course of action.

· Monitored patient condition, including interpreting and tracking EKG readings, identifying irregular telemetry readings and updating team members on changes in stability or acuity.

· Explained course of care and medications, including side effects to patients and caregivers in easy-to-understand terms.

· Administered medications and treatment to patients and monitored responses while working with healthcare teams to adjust care plans.

Spending time with my family, camping, Church activities

I am a very dedicated and involved member of the Sanborn Church of God and my community. My church family is as important to me as my immediate family. They are very supportive caring. I enjoy spending time with them on our community projects.

I enjoy camping with my husband and family. It is very relaxing and provides time to interact more with extended family as well.

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School Attended
  • Western Governors University
  • Central Pennsylvania School Of Nursing
  • Western Governors University
Job Titles Held:
  • Chief Nursing Officer /ADON/Unit Manager
  • Clinical Supervisor
  • Registered Nurse
Degrees
  • Master of Science
  • RN Diploma
  • Bachelor of Science