Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Patient-driven, compassionate nurse with over nineteen years of specialty experience in maternal child health with an emphasis on leading, supervising, training, and caring for the special care neonate. Highly skilled in applying interventions to improve quality of life and achieve patient and family outcome goals. Demonstrated leadership and precepting skills that guide nursing teams towards successful recovery objectives combined with strong ability to foster relationships with patients and family.

  • Time management
  • Relationship development
  • Process improvement
  • Communications
  • Problem resolutions
  • Organization
  • Eager and quick learner
  • Planning and coordination
  • Attention to detail
  • Critical Thinker
Work History
  • Responsible for the planning, organizing, implementing, and evaluating patient care of an 8-bed labor and deliver unit, a 9-bed mother baby unit, a special care nursery, and a 4-bed pediatric unit.
  • Ensures all administrative duties such as evaluations, schedules, and staff recognitions are completed in a timely manner, while continuously monitoring units’ budget, supply use, and patient volumes.
  • Lead Neonatal Resuscitation Program instructors for the organization.
  • Maintains clinical skills through staffing and simulations.
  • Leads organization in OB and NICU simulations.
  • Facilitated training of surfactant administration in the stabilization of pre-term newborns in 2015 with continued quarterly surfactant competencies.
  • Increased staff engagement scores from 60th percentile in 2013 to the 90th percentile in 2017, and remained in the 90th percentile in 2019.
  • First nursing unit to receive the hospitals Annual Safety Award in 2017 and 2019.
  • Staff safety engagement scores were in the top 5 percentile.
  • Instituted mother baby care-rooming in to include but not limited to Neonatal abstinence syndrome and phototherapy newborns in 2015.
  • Achieved North Carolina Breastfeeding Friendly five-star designation in 2017.
  • Instituted skin to skin in all deliveries including the OR and PACU 2017.
  • Participates annually in the PQCNC initiatives; Postpartum hemorrhage initiative led to new order-sets, policy, algorithms, and a decrease in time from order of blood to administration from average of fifty minutes to ten minutes.
09/2001 to 10/2014 Staff Nurse, Maternal Child Health Carteret Health Care | City, STATE,
  • Foster strong relationships with my patients and their families in order to create a trusting environment in order to provide optimal care.
  • Collaborated closely with the interdisciplinary team to ensure safe patient care is provided.
  • Trained and mentored new RNs on best practices, hospital policies and standards of care.
  • Lead Neonatal Resuscitation Program instructors for the organization.
  • Recognized as a leader and resource in the care of special care neonates, including but not limited to those with umbilical venous catheters, peripheral intravenous access, cardiac and respiratory monitoring, feeding tubes, and assisted with the change of practice from Oxyhoods to CPAP and High-flow oxygen.
  • An integral member of the Crisis Response Team for obstetric emergencies.
  • Served as Charge nurse ensuring AWHONN standards for staffing were followed and staff were supported.
  • Participated on the Hiring and the Quality Control committees.
  • Implemented OB simulations within our organization and continued as the OB simulation coordinator.
  • Birthing class instructor.
  • Completed the Perinatal Continuing Education Program in 2002 and 2015.
01/2001 to 05/2001 Staff Nurse, Orthopedic/Neurology Post-Surgical Sacred Heart Health System | City, STATE,
  • Performed all aspects of direct patient care including medication administration, dressing changes, telemetry, blood transfusions and all other aspects of nursing care.
  • Learned quickly to prioritize using critical thinking skills to become a proficient care giver for a fast-paced 43-bed unit with a 1:6 nurse to patient care.
  • Earned a reputation for excellence in service delivery as evidence by letters written by patients stating, “She epitomizes the nursing profession.
  • Capable, confident, tender, pleasant, and efficient.
  • Sacred Heart Hospital is most fortunate to have an individual in their employ who so well represents the best in the nursing profession.”.
Education and Licensure
Expected in 08/2000 Associate of Science | Nursing Pensacola Junior College, Pensacola, FL, GPA:

Registered Nurse in state of North Carolina #176688

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