LiveCareer-Resume

lpn resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
  • H: (555) 432-1000
  • C:
  • resumesample@example.com
  • Date of Birth:
  • India:
  • :
  • single:
  • :
Summary
Highly motivated Sales Associate with extensive customer service and sales experience. Outgoing sales professional with track record of driving increased sales, improving buying experience and elevating company profile with target market.
Skills
  • Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) registration
Experience
LPN, 07/2006 - 01/2019
Buckingham Valley Rehab And Nursing Center Inc. Newtown, PA,
  • Documented patient intake and dietary requirements and assisted with feeding.
  • Responded to patient alarms and needs-assessment requests to identify course of treatment.
  • Documented patient intake information, including medical histories, current symptoms and vitals such as height and weight.
  • Cleaned and sanitized rooms and equipment using aseptic technique to prevent infection and cross-contamination.
  • Promoted patient satisfaction by assisting with daily living needs such as bathing, dressing, toileting and exercising.
  • Delivered high-quality direct and indirect nursing care to up to 25 patients per day.
  • Educated clients, patients and caregivers on medical diagnoses, treatment options, chronic disease self-management and wound management.
  • Worked with healthcare team, including social workers, physical therapists, and speech therapists, to assess patient needs, plan and adjust plans of care and actualize nursing interventions to promote and restore patient health.
  • Collected and documented vital signs to track current patient conditions.
  • Assisted physicians with conducting examinations and patient scans during diagnostic processes.
  • Evaluated patient status and re-assessed clients' nursing needs every 8 hours.
  • Administered patient care to [Type] patients by initiating preventative and rehabilitative interventions, assisting patients with activities of daily living (ADL), positioning, mobilization and personal hygiene support.
  • Communicated concerns regarding clients' status, care and environment to nursing supervisors, clinical care supervisors and case managers.
  • Answered patient and family questions to educate on optimal treatment procedures.
  • Counseled clients, patients and families and provided emotional and psychosocial support.
  • Followed rehabilitation and treatment care plans to accelerate patient recovery, minimize pain and optimize patient outcomes.
  • Prevented drug interactions and contributed to correct diagnosis by recording patient health information, monitoring vitals and updating patient files with [Software].
  • Guaranteed exceptional care quality by correctly administering medication, inserting and caring for catheters, dressing and changing wounds and assisting with personal hygiene.
  • Observed, charted and reported developments in patient health condition in [Number]-bed hospital.
  • Monitored patient's respiration activity, blood pressure and blood glucose levels in response to medical administration.
LPN, 06/2000 - 06/2006
Buckingham Valley Rehab And Nursing Center Inc. Newtown, PA,
  • Managed wound care, gave respiratory treatments and helped with non-invasive procedures.
  • Documented patient intake and dietary requirements and assisted with feeding.
  • Responded to patient alarms and needs-assessment requests to identify course of treatment.
  • Researched and studied client diagnoses to identify care needs, effectively contributed to nursing plan developments and facilitated patient education.
  • Documented patient intake information, including medical histories, current symptoms and vitals such as height and weight.
  • Cleaned and sanitized rooms and equipment using aseptic technique to prevent infection and cross-contamination.
  • Promoted patient satisfaction by assisting with daily living needs such as bathing, dressing, toileting and exercising.
  • Delivered high-quality direct and indirect nursing care to up to 5 patients per day.
  • Educated clients, patients and caregivers on medical diagnoses, treatment options, chronic disease self-management and wound management.
  • Worked with healthcare team, including social workers, physical therapists, and speech therapists, to assess patient needs, plan and adjust plans of care and actualize nursing interventions to promote and restore patient health.
  • Collected and documented vital signs to track current patient conditions.
  • Assisted physicians with conducting examinations and patient scans during diagnostic processes.
  • Evaluated patient status and re-assessed clients' nursing needs every hour.
  • Administered patient care to [Type] patients by initiating preventative and rehabilitative interventions, assisting patients with activities of daily living (ADL), positioning, mobilization and personal hygiene support.
  • Communicated concerns regarding clients' status, care and environment to nursing supervisors, clinical care supervisors and case managers.
  • Answered patient and family questions to educate on optimal treatment procedures.
  • Cleaned and sterilized instruments and equipment to protect staff and patients from infection risk.
  • Started, monitored and managed intravenous medication to stabilize patient heart and blood pressure.
  • Scheduled appointments for evaluations and scans for office with [Number]+ active patients.
  • Counseled clients, patients and families and provided emotional and psychosocial support.
  • Followed rehabilitation and treatment care plans to accelerate patient recovery, minimize pain and optimize patient outcomes.
  • Prevented drug interactions and contributed to correct diagnosis by recording patient health information, monitoring vitals and updating patient files with [Software].
  • Guaranteed exceptional care quality by correctly administering medication, inserting and caring for catheters, dressing and changing wounds and assisting with personal hygiene.
  • Used sterile techniques, including [Technique] and [Technique] to prepare patients for procedures.
  • Observed, charted and reported developments in patient health condition in [Number]-bed hospital.
  • Monitored patient's respiration activity, blood pressure and blood glucose levels in response to medical administration.
LPN, 06/1980 - 08/1997
Camp Recovery Magee, MS,
  • Managed wound care, gave respiratory treatments and helped with non-invasive procedures.
  • Documented patient intake and dietary requirements and assisted with feeding.
  • Triaged patients by phone and provided general assistance for basic and advanced needs.
  • Responded to patient alarms and needs-assessment requests to identify course of treatment.
  • Researched and studied client diagnoses to identify care needs, effectively contributed to nursing plan developments and facilitated patient education.
  • Documented patient intake information, including medical histories, current symptoms and vitals such as height and weight.
  • Cleaned and sanitized rooms and equipment using aseptic technique to prevent infection and cross-contamination.
  • Promoted patient satisfaction by assisting with daily living needs such as bathing, dressing, toileting and exercising.
  • Delivered high-quality direct and indirect nursing care to up to 20 patients per day.
  • Educated clients, patients and caregivers on medical diagnoses, treatment options, chronic disease self-management and wound management.
  • Worked with healthcare team, including social workers, physical therapists, and speech therapists, to assess patient needs, plan and adjust plans of care and actualize nursing interventions to promote and restore patient health.
  • Collected and documented vital signs to track current patient conditions.
  • Assisted physicians with conducting examinations and patient scans during diagnostic processes.
  • Evaluated patient status and re-assessed clients' nursing needs every 1 hour.
  • Administered patient care to [Type] patients by initiating preventative and rehabilitative interventions, assisting patients with activities of daily living (ADL), positioning, mobilization and personal hygiene support.
  • Communicated concerns regarding clients' status, care and environment to nursing supervisors, clinical care supervisors and case managers.
  • Answered patient and family questions to educate on optimal treatment procedures.
  • Cleaned and sterilized instruments and equipment to protect staff and patients from infection risk.
  • Counseled clients, patients and families and provided emotional and psychosocial support.
  • Followed rehabilitation and treatment care plans to accelerate patient recovery, minimize pain and optimize patient outcomes.
  • Prevented drug interactions and contributed to correct diagnosis by recording patient health information, monitoring vitals and updating patient files with [Software].
  • Guaranteed exceptional care quality by correctly administering medication, inserting and caring for catheters, dressing and changing wounds and assisting with personal hygiene.
  • Used sterile techniques, including [Technique] and [Technique] to prepare patients for procedures.
  • Observed, charted and reported developments in patient health condition in [Number]-bed hospital.
  • Monitored patient's respiration activity, blood pressure and blood glucose levels in response to medical administration.
Education and Training
LPN: Nursing, Expected in 03/1976
-
Pueblo Community College - Pueblo, CO
GPA:
Status -

By clicking Customize This Resume, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Your data is safe with us

Any information uploaded, such as a resume, or input by the user is owned solely by the user, not LiveCareer. For further information, please visit our Terms of Use.

Resume Overview

School Attended

  • Pueblo Community College

Job Titles Held:

  • LPN
  • LPN
  • LPN

Degrees

  • LPN

By clicking Customize This Resume, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

*As seen in:As seen in: