Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Professional Summary

Compassionate Registered Nurse with over 4 years of experience in offering comprehensive patient care in dialysis environments. Work well with diverse patient population and foster trusting relationships to improve outcomes. Efficiently coordinate with healthcare professionals to advance patient care.

  • Infection Control and Aseptic Procedures
  • Chronic Disease Management
  • Infection Control Measures
  • Intravenous Therapy
  • Preventative Health
  • Setting Up Referrals
Work History
Home Health RN Case Manager, 10/2020 to 04/2021
Bethesda HealthRock Hill, MO,
  • Provided complete care to home health patients, including physical assessments, medication and chronic disease management.
  • Advised and coached patients progressing from hospitals, rehab facilities and other medical organizations to at-home treatment settings.
  • Documented patient vitals, behaviors and conditions to communicate concerns to supervising [Job title].
  • Took samples such as blood and urine to complete diagnostic and routine assessment tests.
  • Protected patients and healthcare team members from infection by sterilizing equipment and reusable supplies.
  • Delivered oral medications, intramuscular injections and IV fluids to mitigate or resolve patient symptoms.
  • Introduced changes to patient care plans based on regular evaluations and patient changes.
  • Determined and addresses individual home care needs by completing detailed assessments and reviewing documentation.
  • Responded to patient requests with appropriate clinical and personal assistance.
  • Performed ongoing assessments to evaluate mental health needs, working with multidisciplinary team to develop, initiate, manage and modify individualized plans of care.
  • Followed all personal and health data procedures to effectively comply with HIPAA laws and prevent information breaches.
  • Explained course of care and medications, including side effects to patients and caregivers in easy-to-understand terms.
REGISTERED NURSE, 04/2019 to 09/2020
Lynn UniversityBoca Raton, FL,

Maintained in-depth understanding of individual patient care plans

• Oversee all patient on treatment floor ,address abnormal vital signs and notify MD after all interventions are done
• Identify ,prevent and manage any emergencies that may occur during hemodialysis
• Monthly foot checks ,medication review ,CIA AND POC
• Address labs that needs rescheduled and follow up
• Address all abnormal labs and notify the MD
• Coordinate with other nurses and PCT s what needs to be done and accomplished and accomplished that day
• Please describe the skills that you as a Registered Nurse use each day in your area.
• Pre and post dialysis head to toe examination specific to renal patient
• Medication Administration – to include iv,im,sc,po
• IV and blood taking skills
• Wound care –specific to cvc care,avf avg only
• Evaluate patient fluid volume ,I,e estimated dry weight ,interdialytic weight gain

  • Prioritized patient care assignments based on patient condition, responding to unanticipated interruptions while delegating care to achieve optimal, safe and effective outcomes

Guided patients' loved ones and caregivers in such tasks as pain management, wound care, and medication dosing

  • Consulted with licensed practitioners to evaluate, plan and implement patient care plans

Coordinated with other healthcare professionals to assess, plan and implement patient care plans

Observed patient health and side effects from treatments and medications, noting all details in patient chart

RN, Dialysis, 09/2017 to 01/2019
Intermountain HealthcareMckay-Dee Hospital, UT,

• Head to toe examination to asses edema around the periorbital, jugular, sacral area and both the upper and lower limbs, pallor, chest auscultation, percussion and palpation.
• Competencies gained in this area are weight gain and hemoglobin estimation calculation of ultra-filtration volume, identification, and prevention of impending emergency cases that might arise during hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis. Care of patients before and after kidney transplant
• Administration of prescribed medication – through oral, cvc, subcutaneous and intravenous routes.
• Attending to HD emergencies during dialysis
• Assessing intra dialytic and inter dialytic weight gain prior to commencing HD session
• Lias with the nutritionist on proper nutrition intake of the patients
• Oxygen administration via nasal cannular,face mask,non rebreather and venture mask
Monitoring the hemodynamic status of the patient and correctly interprete the results during hemodialysis
• Threading and priming the HD machines
• Care and maintenance of the HD machines
• Commencing hemodialysis.
• Monitoring of patients through the dialysis process
• Giving proper general health education
• Diagnostic studies such as blood glucose,ECG,
• Wound care – catheter exit site care to include permanent catheters and temporary catheters, care of arteriovenous fistulas
• IV fluid administration and transfusion of blood and blood products during hemodialysis
• Proper needling of the arteriovenous fistulas for hemodialysis
• Infection prevention control in the renal unit

  • Sterilized, cleaned, and maintained dialysis machine and equipment
  • Administered different therapies and medications in line with physician orders and treatment plan
RN MED SURG, 03/2010 to 08/2016
Amita HealthBedford, IN,
  • Collaborated with physicians to quickly assess patients and deliver appropriate treatment while managing rapidly changing conditions
  • Kept optimal supply levels in treatment rooms, triage and other areas to meet typical patient loads
  • Led successful-person team comprised of RNs, LPNs and ancillary staff
  • Facilitated therapeutic communication, conflict resolution and crisis intervention by redirecting negative behaviors and helping patients regain or improve coping abilities to prevent further disability
  • Adhered to strict safety measures by carefully determining proper dosages before administering medications
  • Monitored patients before, during and after surgical operations to evaluate patient care and maintained aseptic techniques
  • Managed nurses and nursing activities in 70-bed hospital by providing comprehensive nursing guidance and maintaining outstanding patient satisfaction and care standards
  • Maintained highest levels of patient satisfaction, generating referrals to maintain productivity levels for rehabilitation unit
  • Delivered medications via oral, IV and intramuscular injections, monitoring responses to address new concerns
  • Administered medications and treatment to patients and monitored responses while working with healthcare teams to adjust care plans
  • Performed triage on all incoming patients and determined severity of injuries and illnesses
  • Started intravenous fluids, administered medications and documented patient charts by recording food and fluid output and intake
Associate of Science: RENAL NURSING, Expected in 2017
Associate of Science: REGISTERED NURSE, Expected in 2010


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