Enthusiastic LPN graduate eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills. Clear understanding of medication administration and patient care, with additional training in phlebotomy and CPR. Motivated to learn, grow and excel in patient care.
I accrued over a year's clinical experience throughout my time in the LPN program at ASU Three Rivers. This experience was spread over several different types of facilities such as long-term care, med-surg, OR, Dr.'s office, public school, and mental health. Within each facility, I acquired the following experiences and skills:
Assist residents with taking their medications, request new orders for medications when the cart is low, perform narcotic count at the beginning and end of each shift, as well as delegate appropriate tasks to CNA's. As a lead in this facility, I had the responsibility of hand-over-assisting in passing medications. This demands strict attention to the 7-rights of medication administration:
1. Right patient
2. Right medication
3. Right dose
4. Right time
5. Right route
6. Right documentation
7. Patient's right to refuse
My responsibilities also include:
This is where I really honed not only my customer service skills, but mainly my ability to multi-task efficiently without error. My responsibilities included the following:
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