I like my work ethics to be, proficient, accurate, on time, fast and manageable. Not only work ethics but providing and applying the right ethics to the daily duties. I demonstrate responsibility in my everyday core values. I have used problem solving in every career path I have chosen. It has taught me to use different approaches to any situation at hand. Working in the funeral service field, it has taught me to be compassionate and emphatic with clients. Along with working in the nursing field. I have empathy for many lives I come into contact with, on a daily basis. Lastly, no one can perform a satisfactory job without a team behind them. The support and work a team brings together makes the job tasks easier and sufficient. I strongly believe in working as a team, and communicating especially to solve problems in the field.
License Practical Nurse: 201602351LPN Exp. 06/2016 CPR certified through American Heart Association and First Aide: Exp. 12.2016
Therap charting (1 year)
Excel (2 years)
Word (10 years)
Customer Service (10 years)
Documentation (2 years)
Fax (10 years)
Hiring (1 year)
Knowledge Management (Less than 1 year)
Leadership Development (2 years)
Management (2 years)
Medical Terminology (2 years)
Office Management (Less than 1 year)
PowerPoint (10 years)
Receptionist (2 years)
Training (2 years)
Typing (10 years)
Team Building (2 years)
Vital Signs (2 years)
Windows (10 years
Medication administration expert
Strong medical ethic
Diabetes, Hospice and Stroke Patient Care
Body mechanics knowledge
Staff development expertise
Employee training and development
Deer Meadow Assisted LivingMay 2016 to July 2016Licensed Practical Nurse Sheridan, OR
Coordinated all department functions for team of 18 employees. Maintained detailed administrative and procedural processes to improve accuracy and efficiency. Improved communication efficiency as primary liaison between departments, clients and vendors. Check in orders daily, work closely with Coumadin clinic for PT/INRs that are due and new orders for Residents that need to be addressed immediately; update service plans, admit new residents, set up appointments, set up rides for residents, meet with outside agencies; i.e. Home Health, nurse, PT/OT, hospice nurses. Check weekly skin logs, daily alert charting, progress notes, work one on one with mental health professionals, weekly clinical, medication room audits, medication aide audits, resident assistant audits, hire employees, as well as terminate, give evaluations for promotions or raises, provide extra training for staff, lead mandatory monthly meetings, work the floor as a medication aide and resident care giver when needed, train new staff, coordinate with RN to set up delegation times for new employees. Recorded patients' medical history, vital statistics and test results in medical records. Delivered high-quality and compassionate treatment to indigent and low-income patient community. Assisted patients with multiple chronic diagnoses including COPD and asthma. Took and recorded patients' temperature, pulse and blood pressure. Utilized strong assessment skills to determine necessary patient care. Worked as part of team to ensure proper care of body mechanics and safety of patient. Tested glucose and administered injections. Maintained patient charts and confidential files.
Deer Meadow Assisted LivingSeptember 2015 to May 2016Medication Aide Sheridan, OR
Administer medications, orally, topically, rectal.
Apply patches, administer medication to, eyes, ears, and noses.
Administer medication through inhalers, nebulizers or tubes.